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Queen - The Full Works: Live At The Budokan '85 - Import 2 CD

Queen - The Full Works: Live At The Budokan '85 - Import 2 CD

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December 20, 2023

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Catalog No.: VSCD4621

JAN/ISBN: 4540399323091

Number of Discs: 2

Country/Region of Manufacture: Import

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Queen

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From Freddie's 6th and last show in Japan, the second day of the 2-DAYS at Nippon Budokan, May 9, 1985, which is known as one of the best performances by Freddie's fans! Treasure Ark, a series that selects high-quality live recordings! The highlight of Freddie Mercury's sixth and last concert in Japan was the 2-DAYS at Nippon Budokan on May 8 and 9, 1985. Freddie's last performance in Japan on May 15 in Osaka was not so good, but the performance at the Budokan was brilliant and is known as a masterpiece among fans. The first and second days were at the Budokan, and the 11th was at the Yoyogi Olympic Pool, where a VHS and LD titled "Final Live In Japan" was released only in Japan in 1992. The final performance was at Osaka-jo Hall on the 15th. It is reported that the performance on the 8th was better than that on the 13th, but there are no good recordings of the two days at Budokan.In contrast, the quality of the performance on the 9th was not as good as the 8th, but it was not bad, and it fully conveyed the potential of the band Queen. Freddie's love for Japan is well known, and even on this day, in his opening speech, he said, "Konnichiwa! Ika ga desuka! and even his opening greeting was in Japanese. The audience sang along to the English songs as well, and even their voices were recorded during the acoustic guitar performance of "Love Of My Life," making the audience feel as if they were there in the audience and being moved. It is very clear how much they care about each other, both for Queen and for the Japanese audience, and this is something that comes through very clearly. This was the last time the four of us would perform at the Budokan. In many ways, this is the kind of soundtrack that makes one sentimental.

Tracklisting:

1.Machines
2.Tear It Up
3.Tie Your Mother Down
4.Under Pressure
5.Somebody To Love
6.Killer Queen
7.Seven Seas Of Rhye
8.Keep Yourself Alive
9.Liar
10.Impromptu Blues
11.It's A Hard Life
12.Day-O
13.Dragon Attack
14.Now I'm Here
15.Is This The World We Created?
16.Love Of My Life

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