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We Will Rock You: Queen Live in Concert (1982)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Music | Video 1982
Film of Queen's live concert in Montreal, Canada 1981. Featuring Freddie Mercury, Brian May, John Deacon, and Roger Taylor.

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Film of Queen's live concert in Montreal, Canada 1981. Featuring Freddie Mercury, Brian May, John Deacon, and Roger Taylor.

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Freddie Mercury's lip sync is completely off during one shot from "Killer Queen" (apparently the picture and the sound were from different concerts in this case). However, this has been fixed in the new DVD release. See more »

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Written by Queen and David Bowie
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Queen at the Peak of Their Game
14 June 2002 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This is an arena concert performed in Montreal in the early 80's. At the time, Queen were riding high on the success of their album The Game; their peak of popularity in North America. The problem is, the crowd isn't as responsive as European crowds, and if you watch Live at Wembley '86 or listen to Live Killers, you'll see how into the show the crowd can be. So on this level, the crowd disappoints, because it seems they are there because Queen is the band of the day. Nonetheless, their popular anthems get a good spark from the crowd, and the performance is great because you get some songs performed live that were taken out of the set on later tours. So if you're in it for the music, this is a great show. If you want to see a huge concert, go to Wembley.


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