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Queen: Hungarian Rhapsody - Live In Budapest [Blu-ray]  [Region Free]
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Coverage of the iconic rock band Queen's 1986 concert in Budapest, Hungary. The gig was notable for being played behind the Iron Curtain, with the crowd of 80,000 making it one of the largest music events held in Eastern Europe. With the band riding high on the wave of goodwill following their performance at Live Aid a year earlier, the gig arguably captures them at their peak. The songs performed include: 'Under Pressure', 'Bohemian Rhapsody', 'I Want to Break Free' and 'We Will Rock You'.
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Queen are at their peak & their performance of one of the best I have seen recorded, The cinematography is at the best,the positioning of the cameras the editing with top notch direction here is just outstanding...I have a large collection of DVD / BD Rock concerts , I must say this is one of the best rock shows ever to be recorded & put out on DVD /BD.
The re-mastering is also a triumph capturing Queen in their only venture into Eastern Europe, who knows how much further they could have gone if they had for instance played Prague open air.
10 out of 10.
Originally made in order to fit into a 90 minute video which is why the concert has so many cuts in it. Notable absences include only one verse being played on Tie Your Movie down and the omission of Another Bites The Dust aswell as Love Of My Life being cut short too. Thankfully the full concert has been preserved on it's audio so the major bonus for me was the 2 CD's which accompany the feature DVD. My review of the concert goes as follows.
The concert starts as it means to go on as Queen begin by belting out One Vision and from that moment you even get the feeling today that the band have won your attention within just a few seconds. This concert has many highlights, not to mention the fact that the sound and picture throughout is stunning. Freddie's voice is also at it's absolute peek and unlike Wembley he reaches all of the notes including the high one in Bohemian Rhapsody.
If you've never bought or seen a Queen concert then this is the one for you. This is Queen's last ever tour and it's clear for all to see that the late great Freddie bowed out in style.
If you are a Queen fan, for £16 it offers good value for money.
Queen's documentary `A Magic Year' shows the best of Queen through their `Show Stealing' performance at Live Aid on 13th of July 1985 to Freddie Mercury and Queen final live performance at Stevenage, Knebworth Park on 9th of August 1986 along with extracts from concerts from Stockholm (Sweden), Slane Castle, (Ireland), St James Park (Newcastle), the two legendary nights at Wembley Stadium, Maine Road, (Manchester), and the main concert itself Nepstadion, Budapest. The document is a showcase of interviews from John Deacon, Brian May, Freddie Mercury and Roger Taylor filmed in the spring of 1986 to promote their album `A Kind of Magic' and fore coming `Magic Tour'. This shows them as a tight nit group of people who enjoy touring rather than being stuck in a recording studio as show when they where recording `One Vision', the song that was a tribute to their `Live Aid' performance.
I would like to award this fabulous and glorious movie `5' stars and I hope it is also released on DVD format similar to Queen's two legendary Wembley Stadium concerts. As I mentioned in Queen Live at Wembley Stadium 25th Anniversary Edition review, I hope that release, re-construct, and digital re-mastered both Queen's 8th of March 1981 Argentina Concert and also their 18th January 1985 'Rock 'n' Rio' Concert in complete format for the Queen fans young and old.
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This was a better gig than Wembley 86 , live in budapest 86 , Freddie Mercury singing is alot betterPublished 8 months ago by Mr Paul Grey