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toowylde user not visiting Queenzone.com


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Posted: 29 Oct 05, 01:42 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I've been trying to download the last 4% of Queen 84-09-02.shnf for the last 3+ months (I started it on July 9!!!!). Is it possible that someone can open a window for just that last 4%?

I will reopen and/or reupload any of the following shows which I downloaded from this fabulous forum on request:

Queen-1975-03-22: Santa Monica Civic, USA (The Royal American Tour 1975) [flac]
QUEEN-1977-05-12: Broendby Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark
Queen - Milwaukee 7.03.1975
Queen - Paris 03.05.1982
Queen - Philadelphia 20.11.1978
Queen_29-03-76_Osaka_Afternoon-Show
queen_melbourne85
Queen-Paris-19-Sep-1984-FLAC

All of the shows listed are lossless... sound quality varies, but most of them were originally downloaded from this forum. (I think 1 or 2 may have come from DIME or TTD.)

Thanks in advance.

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Posted: 29 Oct 05, 06:36 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

If you mean Birmingham NEC then I have opened it and will seed for a while (though I don't see anyone out there as I write this). Is this the one you mean? Also, what does SHNF stand for? Sorry if this comes over as a daft question...

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Posted: 29 Oct 05, 11:17 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Yes, it's Birmingham, but NOT the mp3 version... I'm looking for the lossless version. (The .shnf means it is in .shn format which is one of the 2 lossless formats available -- .shn and .flac; currently .flac is the most common but there are still some .shn files floating around.)

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Posted: 29 Oct 05, 11:35 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The link to the lossless version of this show is: http://www.queenzone.com/queenzone/forumnew/forum_topic_view.aspx?Q=425043

It's called Birmingham A Real Dazzler...

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Posted: 31 Oct 05, 09:41 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Toowylde: I am afraid I cannot help you, but could you please help others (including me) and seed The Royal American Tour 1975 [flac]29/03/1975 for a while? We are all stuck at 98.6%

Thanks, help is much appreciated!

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Posted: 01 Nov 05, 13:15 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Walter B. wrote:

Toowylde: I am afraid I cannot help you, but could you please help others (including me) and seed The Royal American Tour 1975 [flac]29/03/1975 for a while? We are all stuck at 98.6%

Thanks, help is much appreciated!



...Yes! C´mon and don´t be one of those bloody leeches... share and seed... or go to hell!!!


Shoot for the moon... even if you fail you will land among the stars!

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Posted: 05 Nov 05, 16:31 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Bohemian<br><font size=1>777 wrote:

Walter B. wrote:

Toowylde: I am afraid I cannot help you, but could you please help others (including me) and seed The Royal American Tour 1975 [flac]29/03/1975 for a while? We are all stuck at 98.6%

Thanks, help is much appreciated!



...Yes! C´mon and don´t be one of those bloody leeches... share and seed... or go to hell!!!


Unfortunately the version of Royal American Tour 1975 (flac) that I have is different from the one that is torrented here. Mine came from DIME and the one here was ripped from a CDR by someone on this board. The file signatures don't match and therefore my opening it to seed will not help.

I would be glad to upload mine (comes with artwork as well) here separately and keep it open for the next 36 hours. If someone would like that, I'd be glad to do it. I'm sorry I can't help out any other way.