Hyde Park 1976, no doubt about it. Maybe the most important gig for Queen ever?
But yeah, of course it will be Budapest. For the chaching (=sound of money, well sort of..)
I don't think EA or Houston will ever be released, due to many darks spots during the concerts.
We Are The Champions video shoot and concert.
I reckon this is some of the film footage that was found which greg was talking about at convention this year.
Actually, I'm very disappointed that we're not getting a DVD this year - even if it was Budapest.
Are EMI scared of "flooding the market"?
Why would they release an old concert when they're promoting a new album? If anything, wait until after the tour to release a new live DVD and bolster sales by including an old concert as disc 2.
And then have liner notes done by Steve Hackett.
I'd love to see Houston '77, Earl's Court '77, or Budapest '86 again, but if they do the Hyde Park gig then I think it would be cool to have a compilation of the '76 and the '06 shows each. My only issue with the Hyde '76 show is that annoying ruined tecnical breakdown on Freddie's repeats on Prophet's Song.
I'd also love a '79 Hammersmith release, but it absolutely MUST have that night's AWESOME performance of If You Can't Beat 'Em Join 'Em which I have only heard on the cd.
i read a while ago brian's post or something where he said that next queen dvd is gonna be budapest '86, it could be nice to have complete concert with great audio and video and some great bonus features like wembley, imo budapest is better concert than wembley. i have a dream that they will release it with q + pr budapest 2005 (i don't actually know was entire concert filmed or just part of it) but i know it won't happen, they wouldn't mix queen and q+pr concerts