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    Freddie Mercury

    Alright... the greatest male vocalist of all time deserves a spot on the forum. I saw the remaining members with Paul Rogers in 2005 and although they were still good, the best part of the show was Bohemian Rhapsody. Basically the band played around old concert footage from 1986 and you can really see and hear what a talent Freddie was compared to Paul Rogers (no disrespect to Mr. Rogers, he's great with Bad Company). Overall I am glad they are still touring and keeping busy but I do miss Freddie.
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    There was some mention of him in the Dead in the 80s thread, but yes, of course, Freddie was amazing!

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    I love Freddie

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    Quote Originally Posted by firegilnotguns View Post
    There was some mention of him in the Dead in the 80s thread, but yes, of course, Freddie was amazing!
    Really? Freddie died November 24, 1991 (the same day as Eric Carr from kiss).
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    Yeah, I guess it was mentioned since Freddie/Queen were big in the 80's.

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    I just wish Brian and Roger would call it a day and enjoy their millions!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by death_hag_slag View Post
    I just wish Brian and Roger would call it a day and enjoy their millions!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I'm with you on that one...I was watching the Top 100 Most Annoying Moments in pop or something like that the other day and they had the moment where Brian May stood on the roof of Buckinham Palace and played "God Save the Queen" at the Queen's Golden Jubilee pretty close to the top. Definitely agree with them on that one. Barf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firegilnotguns View Post
    I'm with you on that one...I was watching the Top 100 Most Annoying Moments in pop or something like that the other day and they had the moment where Brian May stood on the roof of Buckinham Palace and played "God Save the Queen" at the Queen's Golden Jubilee pretty close to the top. Definitely agree with them on that one. Barf.
    lol. i went to see Roger in 1999 in Liverpool, but when you see them now, two pensioners performing as 'Queen' its like nooooooooooo

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    In some ways, I disagree. The last time Queen played my neck of the woods, I was 10 years old. I am a HUGE Brian May fan. I adore him. Love. Lurve. Lovey McLoversons... anyway, I digress...

    It was a huge thrill to see them in concert. Even though Freddie wasn't there, it was the closest that I will ever be able to get to seeing Queen in concert, and I'm darn grateful that I was able to see it.

    But.. to each their own...

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    Glad I got to see Queen live during the Play the Game tour. Freddie owned the stage, the arena, the crowd and most likely the ticket takers in the parking lot. Damn he was great!

    Although I'm a huge Queen fan, I wish that they hadn't played together without Freddie. Granted, George Michael did a very good turn for one song, nobody replaces Freddie.

    Scott, I want to thank you for your Freddie coverage. Especially the lengthy report from FAD Friend Anita. Rather touching.

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    The man was on FIRE...
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    I think I swallowed a bug.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fool Moon View Post
    Glad I got to see Queen live during the Play the Game tour. Freddie owned the stage, the arena, the crowd and most likely the ticket takers in the parking lot. Damn he was great!

    Although I'm a huge Queen fan, I wish that they hadn't played together without Freddie. Granted, George Michael did a very good turn for one song, nobody replaces Freddie.

    Scott, I want to thank you for your Freddie coverage. Especially the lengthy report from FAD Friend Anita. Rather touching.
    Agree! I am a huge Queen-but-mostly-Freddie fan..lots of good memories from those days. I am insanely jealous you saw them live--I never had the honor. I have mixed feelings on them without Freddie, but I'd probably go see it anyway.

    Nobody did it like Freddie, the consummate performer, and no one will again. I love his uniqueness.

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    I saw them live too think it may have been the same tour! you are so right no body did it better than Freddie!
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    I loved Freddie. he was the greatest live performer next to Mick Jagger. such a star. and that VOICE!! damn, that man could SING like nobody before or since. he could sing a balls out rocker, turn around and do a tear jerking ballad...then whip out some opera and MAKE IT WORK! he was a great man taken way too soon. but the music lives on. and so do the memories. we all know Brian and Roger are touring as Queen with Paul Rogers. but what ever happened to John Deacon? he sorta fell off the face of the earth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Death Hag Chris View Post
    what ever happened to John Deacon? he sorta fell off the face of the earth.
    I remember when John won the Garmmy for Another One Bites the Dust Roger escorted him up to the podium and while John looked excited, Roger made the acceptance speech. I've always wondered if John had some kind of aversion to public speaking or publicity in general. He seems so timid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fool Moon View Post
    I remember when John won the Garmmy for Another One Bites the Dust Roger escorted him up to the podium and while John looked excited, Roger made the acceptance speech. I've always wondered if John had some kind of aversion to public speaking or publicity in general. He seems so timid.
    that's a shame. John was a talent himself. I love Another One Bites The Dust and You're My Best Friend. and the guy was a wicked bass player too. VERY underrated. but I guess if you have to be in a band with Freddie and Brian, that's gonna happen. but thanks for the info. it's much appreciated.

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    Hi guys. I'm a Queen fan, although never been lucky enough to see them live.

    John Deacon pretty much withdrew from Queen after the Freddie Tribute concert, although he did join up with them again for the song No-One But You in 1997, the only new Queen song released since Freddie died.

    He was always very nervous and shy, and I've heard it said that he is agoraphobic. I've heard that when he was on tour he used to have some kind of therapy to deal with the anxiety but stopped that when he retired.

    He doesn't need to perform now anyway, with the royalties he's made.

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    Love Freddy! I like Paul Rogers with Bad Company, just doesnt work for me singing Queen.. But I guess I figure Freddy said it all with "The Show Must Go On" ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DietCokeofEvil View Post
    It was a huge thrill to see them in concert. Even though Freddie wasn't there, it was the closest that I will ever be able to get to seeing Queen in concert, and I'm darn grateful that I was able to see it.

    But.. to each their own...
    Yeah I'm with you on that one... for those that were either too small or got into Queen too late in the game the current tour is all we have. Although Freddie... Paul Rogers is not, it's the only way to see Brian and Roger do what they used to do and do it well I might add.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DietCokeofEvil View Post
    but what ever happened to John Deacon? he sorta fell off the face of the earth.
    John Deacon chose the quiet life, although he does approve of what Brian and Roger are doing (from what I have heard/read).


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    It's tough to replace the lead singer in a band. Freddie was an amazing talent. He is missed. There will never be another one like him thats for sure. I don't remember who but when Queen was inducted in the Hall of Fame someone fronted the band and did a good job. He wasn't up to Freddie's high standard but he did ok. I think it was the guy from the Foo Fighters.

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    I personally wish they had just stopped after Freddie's passing. It's not the same and its almost insulting ( at least in my eyes) to have Paul Rodgers get out there and try to replace Freddie. In the video posted above it seems that he was trying to dress like Freddie. I sure miss him

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    I don't know if this was a local Salt lake city thing but when Freddie passed some "jerk off" DJ kept playing Queen's "Another one bites the dust". He was referencing another AIDS patient biting the dust!

    I think it was just a local station here in Salt Lake...What an asshole DJ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Did anyone else hear about that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by xenaswolf View Post
    I personally wish they had just stopped after Freddie's passing. It's not the same and its almost insulting ( at least in my eyes) to have Paul Rodgers get out there and try to replace Freddie. In the video posted above it seems that he was trying to dress like Freddie. I sure miss him
    The only thing I personally find insulting is the fact they still use the name Queen... BUT in the end the name sells and it is a business so I guess I understand (sorta). I actually don't feel Paul Rogers is pretending to be Freddie, I think the guy took on a HUGE task and does it in his own way. I'm actually glad they didn't find some guy to look and sing like Freddie like they did with Journey. Again if they never toured again I would have never gotten the chance to see them (Brian & Roger) so I'm grateful for that and I honestly think they waited long enough and they are doing this thing as tastefully as they can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jason8478 View Post
    I'm actually glad they didn't find some guy to look and sing like Freddie like they did with Journey.
    I have to agree with you there - I REFUSE to listen to any of the "new" Journey stuff - since to me, Journey is with Steve Perry (altho the stuff they did BEFORE he joined the band is pretty good too!), but to hunt down a guy who sort of looks like him and almost sounds like him - is just pathetic.

    That guy has since left the group due to medical problems and they have another lead singer now - altho I don't know if HE sounds or looks like the other Steve replacement!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xenaswolf View Post
    I personally wish they had just stopped after Freddie's passing. It's not the same and its almost insulting ( at least in my eyes) to have Paul Rodgers get out there and try to replace Freddie. In the video posted above it seems that he was trying to dress like Freddie. I sure miss him
    I didn't like that either. You can't carry on like a cover band when a legend dies. Wasn't Scott Stapp doing shows with the Doors and there was a reality show to find a new singer for INXS? Just wrong.

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    Talking Mercury and Me anyone????

    Anyone else read "Mercury and Me" by Jim Hutton? I nabbed it off eBay not long ago and it was probably the best book I have read on Freddie

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    I liked Queen, especially Freddie.....but they returned to my radar when I watched a documentary about Jonny Kennedy, a guy in the UK who was nearing the end of a painful lifelong condition. The song, "Don't Stop Me Now" was his favorite & played at his funeral....it was soooo moving that I felt compelled to reaquaint myself with the music of Queen. I tend to think that Freddie, Jonny & I all also share in the message of "Who Wants to Live Forever?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by djdeath-hag View Post
    I liked Queen, especially Freddie.....but they returned to my radar when I watched a documentary about Jonny Kennedy, a guy in the UK who was nearing the end of a painful lifelong condition. The song, "Don't Stop Me Now" was his favorite & played at his funeral....it was soooo moving that I felt compelled to reaquaint myself with the music of Queen. I tend to think that Freddie, Jonny & I all also share in the message of "Who Wants to Live Forever?"
    ~DJ
    That sounds very moving...unfortunately, now every time I hear "Don't Stop Me Now" it just makes me think of that scene in the Winchester in Shaun of the Dead (well, not unfortunately, because I love that movie, but I'm sure you all know what I mean!) If you haven't seen the film though, it's definitely worth it even if it means you'll think of it every time you hear "Don't Stop Me Now."
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    "Queen" was on American Idol in March 2006. I actually like Elliott Yamin's version of "Somebody To Love" better!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tngirl1967 View Post
    Anyone else read "Mercury and Me" by Jim Hutton? I nabbed it off eBay not long ago and it was probably the best book I have read on Freddie
    I refuse. REFUSE to read that book. It is SUCH an invasion of Freddies last days- I happed to come across a copy and flipped through it. The part I read made we want to vomit. Would you like a loved one to tell everyone you were going blind and pissing yourself? Jim Hutton makes all these claims, and he is not very popular among Queen fans. If I ever met him, I'd pinch him in the nipple...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MIZIZVOGUE View Post
    "Queen" was on American Idol in March 2006. I actually like Elliott Yamin's version of "Somebody To Love" better!

    Elliot did a nice job with that song. It's hard to follow a legend, and he pulled it off with amazing skill. Elliot wasn't my favorite, but I had to hand it to him. He put a nice bluesy vibe to it, I think Freddie would have been proud (except Freddie would still know he was the one and anyone else is just a temporary stand-in!).

    Can you imagine Sanjaya doing that one? Horrors!

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    Quote Originally Posted by firegilnotguns View Post
    That sounds very moving...unfortunately, now every time I hear "Don't Stop Me Now" it just makes me think of that scene in the Winchester in Shaun of the Dead (well, not unfortunately, because I love that movie, but I'm sure you all know what I mean!) If you haven't seen the film though, it's definitely worth it even if it means you'll think of it scene every time you hear "Don't Stop Me Now."
    I love that scene!! Those guys must have been huge Queen fans to use "You're my best friend" during the credits.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DietCokeofEvil View Post
    I refuse. REFUSE to read that book. It is SUCH an invasion of Freddies last days- I happed to come across a copy and flipped through it. The part I read made we want to vomit. Would you like a loved one to tell everyone you were going blind and pissing yourself? Jim Hutton makes all these claims, and he is not very popular among Queen fans. If I ever met him, I'd pinch him in the nipple...
    This entire website is an invasion of last days... what kind of DEATH HAG ARE YOU!!!!?


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    I suppose it is ironic, given this forum- I have just always felt this way when it comes to Freddie.

    I think its more that Jim claimed all this crap about Freddie being in love with him blah blah blah and then he turns around and makes a buck off of his humiliating death. Just reeks of slimebag to me.

    What we see here, is more objective in nature, not Scott saying, "Hey I had a deep relationship with "insert name here", pay for my website and you can see his death pics.

    I think it's just me.

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    Mercury and Me, continued.....

    Kinda the reason I bought the book.....I enjoyed the invasiveness, in a weird way . It gave me a side of his life you don't get out of articles.

    And I'm holding on to it if the movie on his life with J. Depp comes out, I can re-eBay it for $$$$. Amazon has them for $105 at the lowest price right now as it is out of print. If I get a chance I'll nab another for resell. I guess I am guilty of peddling the dirt.........

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    Queen's music on commercials

    Quote Originally Posted by jason8478 View Post
    I love that scene!! Those guys must have been huge Queen fans to use "You're my best friend" during the credits.

    Love that movie myself. What do you guys think about the Queen music on the car advertisements lately????

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    Quote Originally Posted by tngirl1967 View Post
    Love that movie myself. What do you guys think about the Queen music on the car advertisements lately????
    Is THIS the ad you're referring to?

    I remember seeing a different ad with the same song about 2 years ago, when I first saw it I was kinda like... "hmm, I guess it's about time". Did it anger me? not really, I was more surprised that anyone (that isn't a Queen fan) would know of that song to be honest. Now the fact they drag "You're my best friend" and "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" through the mud is kind of annoying, but I still love the songs no matter how tastelessly they are used. I have an unconditional love for Queen I guess.
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    Funny how we don't hear about Freddie's best friend Mary.
    She got a huge shedload of pay in his will. I've never heard crap on her after she got most of his coin. She got his home n was made fan club pres.
    Kreeps me out how ppl still use famouse ppl long after death.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knothere View Post
    Funny how we don't hear about Freddie's best friend Mary.
    She got a huge shedload of pay in his will. I've never heard crap on her after she got most of his coin. She got his home n was made fan club pres.
    Kreeps me out how ppl still use famouse ppl long after death.
    Well Freddie actually loved her immensely and wanted her to be cared for after he passed. This is an interesting article you may like to read. Freddie actually had a relationship with Mary before realizing he was Gay but they always remained very close friends. The song "Love of my life" was actually about Mary; also Freddie was a business man before he was an artist and I am pretty sure he would want Brian, Roger, John, Mary and anybody else he cared about to make whatever money they can off of his memory and in turn keep his memory alive. Now as far as us knowing all the dirt on his last hours, he probably would have opted out on that one... but in my opinion it just brings us closer to the reality of what somebody with AIDS goes through at the very end and I find it extremely fascinating.
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    A small piece of useless trivia, every year an anonymus memorial message goes into Sydneys Daily Telegraph newspaperfor Freddie, now I hardly ever buy the newspaper but somehow I always catch this small inconspicuos ad every year. I guess it must be some unconcious thing that I do.
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    Question Music on ads

    Quote Originally Posted by jason8478 View Post
    Is THIS the ad you're referring to?

    I remember seeing a different ad with the same song about 2 years ago, when I first saw it I was kinda like... "hmm, I guess it's about time". Did it anger me? not really, I was more surprised that anyone (that isn't a Queen fan) would know of that song to be honest. Now the fact they drag "You're my best friend" and "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" through the mud is kind of annoying, but I still love the songs no matter how tastelessly they are used. I have an unconditional love for Queen I guess.
    That's it. I just hear it and every time I hope the money from it is going to those he cared about.
    I wonder about the Beatles' music that is being used on ads now. Do you know if those are some that Michael Jackson owns the rights to????

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    Quote Originally Posted by tngirl1967 View Post
    That's it. I just hear it and every time I hope the money from it is going to those he cared about.
    I wonder about the Beatles' music that is being used on ads now. Do you know if those are some that Michael Jackson owns the rights to????
    I would assume Michael Jackson is the one allowing them to be used primarily because he has no loyalty to them and it's easy money for him, plus he owns the Beatles Catalog. As far as Queen goes every time one of their songs is used the right people get the cash because the right people still own the rights of the music.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tngirl1967 View Post
    Anyone else read "Mercury and Me" by Jim Hutton? I nabbed it off eBay not long ago and it was probably the best book I have read on Freddie
    I love this book! Freddy was so talented and I still miss him. Last year on my birthday a friend gave me a framed poster of him...I introduced her to Queen ( she's in her early 20's). I saw them in 78-79 and still have a couple of my concert t-shirts from then. Fabulous art work!

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    I know they were in love but she wasn't the only love of his life. She suppusidly kept things that he gave to his boyfriends and then kicked them out of now her house when he died.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knothere View Post
    I know they were in love but she wasn't the only love of his life. She suppusidly kept things that he gave to his boyfriends and then kicked them out of now her house when he died.
    "Supposedly" being the key word. I never heard anything factual about that, but I have heard the rumors.


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    I know when Robbie Williams performed we will rock you for the Knights tale film, john refused to work saying something like He's no freddie..I like to think that John doesnt thinks there is anyone who can replace Freddie..which is true.

    Both Brian & roger...make me sooooooo annoyed with the constant self promoting queen appearances... i mean didnt they do a pepsi commercial with britney & beyonce?? I feel the years after freddies death have been vulgar. They advertise anything now with queens songs & appear on so many reality music shows. Why cant they retire gracefully? Ive lost any respect for them, I predict they will next do a reality show to find the new freddie like they did with rockstar inxs.

    Freddie was a one off & boy does the world miss him.

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    ya that was bad cheese of inxs
    i ll loose every ioda of respect if they do a reality get a new freddie

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    I just look at it as a business... not something to take personally, in business the objective is to keep the product moving and make a lot of money. Same thing applies to a band... Freddie died and Roger and Brian want to keep on going, I would like to think Freddie would be cool with that. As far as John Deacon goes I just think he wants an excuse to stay out of show business, he probably would have eventually ditched Queen if Freddie was still around... I don't think that guy ever expected to be in a band for 20 years and really wasn't comfortable (based on interviews) with most of what Show Bizz had to offer, he's the quiet family man type.

    But I totally understand how any of you would lose respect for them, I just love them so much I eat up whatever they are selling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jason8478 View Post
    Alright... the greatest male vocalist of all time deserves a spot on the forum. I saw the remaining members with Paul Rogers in 2005 and although they were still good, the best part of the show was Bohemian Rhapsody. Basically the band played around old concert footage from 1986 and you can really see and hear what a talent Freddie was compared to Paul Rogers (no disrespect to Mr. Rogers, he's great with Bad Company). Overall I am glad they are still touring and keeping busy but I do miss Freddie.
    I have to agree about Paul Rodgers.
    But then, I can't think of a single person who could fill those shoes.

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