New Queen CDs Ripoff Scandal etc And does anyone listen to these delux re release anyway???

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Initial post: 7 May 2011 18:22:33 BDT
Looking at the new re issues of the old Queen albums and to me four track on the extra cd isn't exactly pushing the boat out! There musts be endless tapes live tracks the could stick on it!
Simon and Garfunkle put on there 40th year release of Bridge over troubled water a concert which had already been released.
Elvis Costello packs the tracks in but are mostly rubbish and shouldn't be heard! Are there any delux editions worth buying?

Posted on 8 Sep 2012 14:24:02 BDT
Got to admit the Queen remasters are desperatly disappointing. Sure the sound quality is better than their predecessors. But the bonus material is a shabby scam in most cases. On "The Game" there is already released live material as a bounus-which is fine unless you have it already. And contrary to popular myth there is masses of unreleased material including a gig recorded in 1974 at the Rainbow. I remember reading about this and this gig was also filmed. The film did the tours at the cinemas at the time but the album never saw the light of day.

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Sep 2014 23:48:16 BDT
every bit of queens music is always a pleasure to listen to a million times over if you dont then you are not a true queen fan
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