No other concert I've seen will be able to top this. Period. I don't care if God himself appears at a concert, it will not be as good as this. Why? Because this is perfect. Perfect sound, perfect picture, perfect production, a perfect setlist, and a band that demolishes everything for 2 hours. Freddie Mercury is God here, able to hit every note, and run around stage, and command all of Wembley Stadium at the same time. Brian May's guitar work is crazy, with some of my favorite solos. John Deacon is a master, silently aiding to every song in the background. And Roger Taylor is a monster, destroying his drum set the whole night, and staying on pitch. Every one is untouchable here. No concert I've seen has been able to match this level of energy. Last year for my year end celebration I watched Metallica's "Binge and Purge Seattle". That is a very close second to this. Queen were on top of their game here, and they owned the world for one moment in time. This. Freddie Mercury would die 5 years after this, and what a concert to end on, what a tour to end on, what a legacy to leave behind. I say from the bottom of my heart, thank you. Thank you Freddie, thank you Brian, thank you John, thank you Roger. Thank you Queen.
R.I.P. Freddie Mercury
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