News > Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert DVD details + release date released

Added on 10-Apr-2002

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"This is now planned for release on May 13th. it will consist of TWO discs, disc one is the second half of the show with a track listing as follows:

Intro piece - interview

Tie Your Mother Down - Queen & Joe Elliott

I Want It All - Queen & Roger Daltry

Las Palabras De Amor - Queen & Zucchero

Hammer To Fall - Queen and Gary Cherone

Stone Cold Crazy - Queen and James Hetfield

Crazy Little Thing Called Love - Queen & Robert Plant

Too Much Love Will Kill You - Brian May

Radio Ga Ga - Queen and Paul Young

Who Wants To Live Forever - Queen & Seal

I Want To Break Free - Queen & Lisa Stansfield

Under Pressure - Queen/David Bowie/Annie Lennox

All The Young Dudes - Queen & David Bowie

Heroes - Queen & David Bowie

'39 - George Michael & Queen

These Are The Days Of Our Lives - George Michael & Queen

Somebody To Love - George Michael & Queen

Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen/Elton John/Axl Rose

We Will Rock You - Queen & Axl Rose

We Are The Champions - Queen & Liza Minelli

Disc two features a documentary made by DoRo about the event, including backstage footage and rehearsals, and features an introduction by Roger filmed just a few weeks ago. There is also a short piece on the Mercury Phoenix Trust and still photos from fans and from the official photographers. The television version of the documentary will be broadcast on May 25th on Channel Four, and on June 15th on VH1."

Well, as you see, the concert itself is very incomplete (no "Innuendo" or "Now I'm Here"...). And the DoRo presentation will probably be crappy like everything else they've worked on.

Submitted by: inu-liger

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