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Screen Goblin: Queen + Adam Lambert: live at the O2

Filed Under () by Adam Lambert on Friday, December 15, 2017

Posted at : Friday, December 15, 2017

While the long-awaited Freddie Mercury biopic hits another snag in production, the wait to see Queen on Screen Goblin is over thanks to band’s current world tour. The legendary rockers return with a show of truly epic proportions, featuring new front man Adam Lambert.

Onstage for well in excess of two hours, the band power through their enviable back catalogue, ticking off most of the favourites and a few of lesser-known numbers including Tie Your Mother Down and Stone Cold Crazy. The eye popping set design is based on the cover to 1977’s News of the World, incorporating the giant robot, with Lambert at one point appearing atop a metallic skull. You movie fans will be pleased to hear it even features Fritz Lang’s Metropolis, thanks to exerts from the Radio Ga Ga music video.
A genuine fan, Lambert appears to be having the time of his life, and is respectful of Mercury’s legacy while doing justice to his songs. Brian May and Roger Taylor’s status as the last original members allows them space for extended solos, both of whom remain at the top of their game. May, everyone’s favourite astrophysicist, animal rights campaigner and collector of Victorian 3D photography (look it up), is as special as his guitar would have you believe, and Taylor demonstrates more than just his percussive ability as he takes to the mic for A Kind of Magic.


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Nanbert said...

wonderfully complimentary of what Adam brings to Queen....his own unique stage presence...exuberance and humour...a new energy. Then it says......

"This isn't reheated leftovers, this is a band experiencing a second coming"....."May, Taylor and Lambert knocked it out of the park"!

Truer words were never spoken.