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The tour with Lambert has started. I probably won't be updating my site until the US tour is over. I'm sick of this cooperation and the first concerts have sadly confirmed my worst fears. Lambert's vocal ad-libs (for example in WATC) are absolutely horrible, Killer Queen is visually something between a pop musical and a concert of Pink, Stone Cold Crazy is 30% slower and Brian can't play the rock part in BoRhap... OMG! Worse than I expected. The stage looks good, the lights are really good... but the guys would obviously need another month of rehearsals to get into shape (and a different singer, of course). There are a couple of strong spots there too - I do like the new version of Under Pressure or the Procession / Now I'm Here intro ('back to the roots'). But that's not enough to save the whole concert.

(I can't believe there's a Queen tour happening and I'm absolutely not interested...)

On this day... (22.07.)

Concert info 22.07.1986 - Concert: Queen live at the Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria

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