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Eero wrote:
HEY man!
I have been browsing through all my Queen stuff and didn"t really visit you for a while, but now when I did....everything is changed radically, this new site is excellent!

I have an idea....I"m not sure if it"s easy to do, but you should make a list of maybe some of the most stunning shows ever bootlegged by Queen and than again maybe a list of occasions where you find the BEST live rendition of certain Queen song. Like I"m In Love With my Car (Copenhagen 1978...not exactly true, but only an example)
I just listened through Kobe 1975 and MAN I was blown away. That gave me this insane idea.
keep it cool
Date: 07.12.2002 17:58:41

Mike wrote:
Hey Mr. Scully
Mike here in Vancouver Canada. What happened to the old site? Seems I"m a little behind. I was reading some old postings about someone shutting you down! Bastards! I"m glad I got in early. Thanks for all those shows man. I still listen to them and have made many a trade with them. You should have been given a medal!
Hope you enjoyed that old Buffalo "78 show I sent you on video. Remember? the 3 minute no sound one? I"m still gonna hold on to my "78 and "82 ticket stubs tho!
Take care. I"ve made sure I"ve bookmarked this site.
Mike
Date: 03.12.2002 06:59:56

marma wrote:
I"m from Genova, Italy

Good work, keep on!

marina
Date: 24.11.2002 22:57:21

Laura wrote:
I"m from Finland, and I love Queen.
It"s the best band ever, I think.
Date: 21.11.2002 12:00:04

Laci wrote:
East or west,Queen is the best!

From Hungary with love...
Date: 18.11.2002 20:43:51

mikie t wrote:
Looking for the exact date Queen played the Mid-South Coliseum in Memphis , Tenn, in Summer of 1980. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Date: 12.11.2002 21:52:30

xxxxx wrote:
Zajebista strona szczegolnie dzial z biletami.I"am from Poland end I love QUEEN.Cool side. Excuse me but my english is hopeless.
Date: 11.11.2002 00:26:18

roy staniforth wrote:
hope to get some music
Date: 10.11.2002 23:42:50

Thomas wrote:
Hi
Fantastic side, i love it. I saw Queen 2 Times in Germany 84 & 86. And also the Cross. Check my Page for the Cross Tickets from 88 & 90 in Dortmund

http://people.freenet.de/breakout-jovi/MYTICKETSside1.htm

Thomas
Date: 03.11.2002 21:08:48

Pal wrote:
Amazing site.
Only one small mistake (and I think it is considered to be a mistake only by Hungarian fans):
It is always mentioned in Queen-related bookks, articles etc that the tickets for the Budapest concert in 1986 were only sold to certain people in special places, I also read in a book that the prices price was more than a monthly average salary. Please believe, these informations are not true. Me and my brother bought the tickets at the cassa of the stadium together with the other 70 thousand people for about 500,- Hungarian forints, which was not cheap at all, but at that time my father"s salary was about 11.000,- Forints. I know it sounds exotic that behind the "iron curtain" it was something very special, which is true, but please don"t forget that Tina Turner, Elton John and Dire Straits also played in Budapest before Queen. In 1986 before and after Queen"s concert Rod Stewart, Iron Maiden and the Scorpions played here, in 1987 the Genesis played in the same stadium, so Queen"s concert was a huge event, but not a unique one. However, it is true that Queen was the first major band to play in Nepstadion (the name of the national stadium).
Date: 30.10.2002 09:04:37

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