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4 stars Queen at Wembley Stadium is by far their most succesful and most well known concert from entire career. recorded live at the Old Wembley Stadium, England on Saturday 12 July 1986 during Queen's Magic Tour and re release on DVD in 2004 with many intristing moments from behind the scene and interviews from the members. To me was a very good discovery , because I know Queens music for almost 20 years but never able to seen them live (on a VHs or DVd of course) until this one came in my hand. I've always knew that Queen is very powerful band on stage m their concerts are always very captivating giving to the public great performance by each member with a plus on Mercury of course the head of the band. This concert is legendary among all concerts from rock zone, because Queen were the at , maybe, their most succesfull moment from their career, they were hudge in that period. The set list is brilliant having pieces from thier most great albums, each piece , even the most unintristing ones here are very good. All 4 musicians interlude to each other very well, May is a great guitarist having some brilliant moments here like on One vion, A Kind Of Magic , Tie your mother down , etc. Mercury as always shines here, giving to the public some excellent vocal parts and energic scene acts. So a very strong Queen concert, among the best ever done by a band for sure with many highlits. Recommended 4 stars for sure.
b_olariu | 4/5 |


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