No not the song.....I am a massive fan and have been since 1975. My Queen collection cosists of everything they have ever released, including Smile, The Cross and all solo material. Christ I even have The Immortals 'There's no Turning Back'
I hate to think how much I have spent in the last 30 years, but I wouldn't mind knowing how much it is all worth now!!!
However, I am begining to feel that the boys may be be starting to take the piss now. This feeling began last year when I was charged £50 to see them in Newcastle. A little on the expensive side for the venue and only half of the original line up. After hearing Paul Rodgers murder AKOM, I think a 25% refund should have been the only course of action.
Now things have got worse!! As I have stated I have a very extensive collection and I believe Queen (Productions) are now preying on collectors such as me.
I have the album 'A Night at The Opera' in the following formats:
Original UK vinyl
On vinyl as part of The Complete Works
Original UK CD release
Japanese 'mini album' CD
30th Anniversary Collectors Edition CD & DVD
and now the f*ckers have just released Queen: The Making Of A Night At The Opera - Special Edition (2 Discs)DVD, that I have forked out for.
I realise that no-one is holding a gun to my head and forcing me to make these purchases however, how many times can they ask fans to dip into there pockets for the same material.
Roger, Brian listen up - it's time to give the fans what they really want - NEW MATERIAL followed by a tour WITHOUT employing a guest Vocalist. You don't need one, you're good enough on your own!!!
I know that this may come across as bitter and twisted, but do I have any support out there???
Over to you.
listen to the breeze, whisper to me please, don't send me to the path of nevermore.......