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Old 12-13-2004, 08:11 PM   #46
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I listened to Brian's "Back To The Light" CD a bunch when I got it...
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Old 12-14-2004, 01:12 AM   #47
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I also like Brian May's vocals! Specially on I Want It All. Yeah, he's defenitly not Freddie but I think he can handle some songs. I read somewhere that his solo records were pretty good.
His solo records are pretty good! Not a bad thing to say about them. But Brian is only good at backingvocals and recording vocals in the studio. I have seen the Brian May Band live several times and he just can't sing most of the songs live. Try listening to the live album that the Brian May band released...
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I love Brian's solo stuff. THAT'S what he should stick to now. Not trying to re-form Queen. It cant ever happen, no matter what he says. I WILL NOT be attending one of these dates in the UK. No way. I really hope John sticks to his guns, and refuses to have any involvement in this.
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I like it how he said "Queen and Dave Rodgers".

I don't think he means it like "Queen again", but it's rather "a new Queen".

Of course Mercury (and Hutchence) were amazing singers and they are hardest to replace in bands, but if the rest of the members agree and if they do find someone who is a really good singer (I haven't heard Rodgers or whoever INXS will pick yet), I say, why not?

REM go on without Berry.
Doors go on without Morrison. (I like Astbury's voice)
The Who go on without Moon and Entwistle.
Metallica and Red hot chili peppers both lost members and they still play, to say nothing of Rolling Stones.

It doesn't have to end.
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No, it really isn't Queen without Freddie.
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I like it how he said "Queen and Dave Rodgers".

I don't think he means it like "Queen again", but it's rather "a new Queen".

Of course Mercury (and Hutchence) were amazing singers and they are hardest to replace in bands, but if the rest of the members agree and if they do find someone who is a really good singer (I haven't heard Rodgers or whoever INXS will pick yet), I say, why not?


Doors go on without Morrison. (I like Astbury's voice)
The Who go on without Moon and Entwistle.
Metallica and Red hot chili peppers both lost members and they still play, to say nothing of Rolling Stones.

It doesn't have to end.
Doors of the 21st century is a tribute band
The Who , Rolling Stones released their real stuff 20 / 15 years ago
Metallica and RHCP has the same core of players , + the spirit of those bands is more flexible ,
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AFAIK, Doors now is made of the same members they had in the 60's minus Jim Morrison, now Ian Astbury.
What do you mean tribute band? They even kept the name.

As for the rest, splitting hairs. Missing member is a missing member.
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How about Stevie Wonder as Freddies replacement?At least he would'nt realise what a knobhead Brian May looks like with that fuckin' crap hairstyle........get it cut Bri
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....or David Blunkett?

Ah...no that's in bad taste the way things are over here right now!
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AFAIK, Doors now is made of the same members they had in the 60's minus Jim Morrison, now Ian Astbury.
John Densmore is not involved either.
And they label themselves, "The Doors, 21st Century"
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But still, it's the Doors. Same name.
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Queen WAS Freddie Mercury. I consider Freddie to be a better singer than Bono, and that's saying something. You just cannot replace one of the best vocalists that ever lived.

Why can't they just change their name or perform another tribute concert? Calling the band Queen (after adding a new singer) without Freddie is just plain wrong. This is damaging the band's reputation.



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Freddie Mercury
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At least he would'nt realise what a knobhead Brian May looks like with that fuckin' crap hairstyle........get it cut Bri


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Queen were always a bit of a joke, so this news fits right in with their "career"




How are they a joke in your opinion?
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