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Status Quo: The Frantic Four Final Fling [Blu-ray]
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When the last notes rang out in the Dublin o2 on Saturday 12 April 2014, the 9000 fans packing the venue knew that they were witness to the end of something special. The reunion that nobody thought would ever be possible did happen, but now the itch was scratched and that particular book was closed.
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Love this, it's never out of the car, and you would never believe the quality of Lancasters voice unless you'd been to the concert, he was amazing just wish this isn't the 'end' that Rossi intimated, I have grown up with Quo and would feel a terrible sense of loss if they ever stopped touring......Long May Quo Reign!
The only sad thing about it is the extra program where Francis Rossi says he now wants to pack it all in.
It's too early for the end of the world as we know it.
What do you get?.. well its the same set list with 'Dont Waste My Time' being replaced with 'Caroline',they couldnt have left it out again and 'Gotta Go Home' tacked on at the end of '4500 Times'
So whats the difference ,well the passion from the crowd is reduced(no surprise.the initial reunion was carried along on raw emotion) but the bands performance is much better,the band tighter not as loose,they sound superb.
So its a great release,you pays your money your takes your choice and its nice to see the lads smiling in the booklet pic's.If it is the final fling then the boys done well.
Nothing could have prepared me for the performance of the frantic four.
This album really delivers the energy and feel of the "real" status quo performing. A real back to the future feel.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good but not the best. Although it's the original line-up, some of the vocals are starting to loose their edge and energy (especially Alan Lancaster) as old age creeps up on them. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Adrian Vincent
Really amazing live album from the last ever concert from the frantic four. Sit back, put your headphones on and play it loud:-)Published 6 months ago by Peter Martin
Where are the hits? Tracks such as 'In the Army now', 'Burning bridges' and 'I didnt mean it' are criminally overlooked. Surely one of the worst live Quo albumsPublished 7 months ago by Illusive Man