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Recorded live in Osaka, Japan, May 15th, 1985 except for: D5 & D6 live London 1974, D7 studio outtake 1972 Glossy gatefold cover. Matrix, Runout (A): 001-A. Matrix, Runout (B): 001-B. Matrix, Runout (C): 001-C. Matrix, Runout (D): 001-D. The recording of this album is definitely not perfect. Most would consider it terrible but what a piece to have in your collection! If you're a Queen fan you need to have this in your collection.
Queen formed in 1971 and in 1973 signed their first recording contract for EMI. That year they released their first album, Queen. The same year saw their first major UK tour, and in 1974 they released Queen II as well as making their first UK headlining tour. They made their first US tour, and in November released Sheer Heart Attack which was a hit on both sides of the Atlantic. In 1976 they toured the US and Japan and by spring all four albums resided in the UK Top Twenty. Later that year they released A Day At The Races, and gave a free concert in Hyde Park to an estimated crowd of 200,000 fans. The following year saw two major US tours, the band’s sixth album, News Of The World and the legendary double A side single, We Will Rock You and We Are The Champions.
Complete Queen live concertography from early 1970s until today. Should you find any mistake, please let me know. For a great list of cancelled and rescheduled concerts visit this site.
|Live At Budokan, Tokyo, Japan 9th May 1985|
|1-1||Intro: Machines (Tape)|
|1-2||Tear It Up|
|1-3||Tie Your Mother Down|
|1-5||Medley - Somebody To Love|
|1-6||Medley - Killer Queen|
|1-7||Medley - Seven Seas Of Rhye|
|1-8||Medley - Keep Yourself Alive|
|1-9||Medley - Liar|
|1-11||It's A Hard Life|
|1-12||Freddie's Crowd Communication|
|1-14||Now I'm Here|
|1-15||Is This The World We Created?|
|1-16||Love Of My Life|
|2-1||Guitar Solo ~ Brighton Rock|
|2-2||Another One Bites The Dust|
|2-3||Hammer To Fall|
|2-4||Crazy Little Thing Called Love|
|2-6||Radio Ga Ga|
|2-7||I Want To Break Free|
|2-9||We Will Rock You|
|2-10||We Are The Champions|
|2-11||God Save The Queen (Tape)|
|Live At National Yoyogi Stadium, Tokyo, Japan 11th May 1985|
|3-1||Intro: Machines (Tape)|
|3-2||Tear It Up|
|3-3||Tie Your Mother Down|
|3-5||Medley - Somebody To Love|
|3-6||Medley - Killer Queen|
|3-7||Medley - Seven Seas Of Rhye|
|3-8||Medley - Keep Yourself Alive|
|3-9||Medley - Liar|
|3-11||It's A Hard Life / Day-O|
|3-13||Now I'm Here|
|4-1||Is This The World We Created?|
|4-2||Love Of My Life|
|4-3||Another One Bites The Dust|
|4-5||Hammer To Fall|
|4-6||Crazy Little Thing Called Love|
|4-8||Radio Ga Ga|
|4-9||I Want To Break Free|
|4-11||We Will Rock You|
|4-12||We Are The Champions|
|4-13||God Save The Queen (Tape)|
|Live At Osaka-Jo Hall, Osaka, Japan 15th May 1985|
|5-1||Intro: Machines (Tape)|
|5-2||Tear It Up|
|5-3||Tie Your Mother Down|
|5-5||Somebody To Love|
|5-8||Seven Seas Of Rhye|
|5-9||Keep Yourself Alive|
|5-12||It’s A Hard Life|
|5-15||Now I'm Here|
|5-16||Is This The World We Created?|
|5-17||Love Of My Life|
|5-18||Guitar Solo / Brighton Rock|
|6-1||Another One Bites The Dust|
|6-3||Hammer To Fall|
|6-4||Crazy Little Thing Called Love|
|6-5||Saturday Night’s Allright For Fighting|
|6-7||Radio Ga Ga|
|6-8||I Want To Break Free|
|6-10||We Will Rock You|
|6-11||We Are The Champions|
|6-12||God Save The Queen|
NotesDisc 1 & 2: Recorded live at Budokan, Tokyo, Japan 9th May 1985.
54:37 / 53:32
Disc 3 & 4: Recorded live at National Yoyogi Stadium, Tokyo, Japan 11th May 1985.
FM stereo recording.
43:37 / 49:23
Disc 5 & 6: Recorded live at Osaka-Jo Hall, Osaka, Japan 15th May 1985.
61:50 / 47:17
First copies come with numbered sticker on the front.