Ah, stop it! Before Innuendo there were 13 albums with 10 songs each on average. We would all like to go to a concert where they play all 130 of them, but when you actualy are at the concert it really does not matter what they are playing. Even if they play Greatest Hits II and nothing else it will be great enough to be there. So please don't continuously spread misery of not playing some songs, but be happy that they play 30 songs each time!
Keep Yourself Alive
Brighton Rock (complete)
Stone Cold Crazy
Death On Two Legs
The Prophet's Song
Somebody To Love
Sleeping On The Sidewalk (perfect song for Paul's voice)
a 1981-like medley of Flash Gordon songs
Tear It Up
I Go Crazy
Who Wants To Live Forever
Was It All Worth It
Too Much Love Will Kill You (technically a pre-Innuendo song)
What about 'One year of love'? Obviously with Freddie singing. I think it would have the the same jaw dropping effect as WWTLF? 'Passing the open windows' and 'Man on the prowl' would have also be wicked.
Now I am the first to admit I am old but i do believe that Its Late was played on the NOTW tour because I am sure I witnessed it at Stafford's Bingley Hall...."Bless its cotton socks", to quote Brian from the NIA. Also I remember White Man being excellent.
Rain Must Fall, The Miracle, I Want It All, Was It All Worth It, Princes Of The Universe, Pain Is So Close To Pleasure, Gimme The Prize, and Freddie';s solo stuff besides the things he did with Time... I didn't like those duets on the musical too much, though In My Defence did have alternate lyrics.