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Released in 1979 on 2LP and double cassette and released in 1986 on 2CD. The LP issue has
a gatefold sleeve and two printed innersleeves with a story on each innersleeve.|
I've once heard of a rumour that a picture disc (2LP, limited to 300 copies?) issue
exists, but so far I've never seen one.
Japan has a green and red vinyl edition (which was the normal issue, the black vinyl
edition was the limited one!).
Columbia has a 2LP issue with the first disc on blue vinyl, the second disc on black vinyl.
A version with two blue discs has also surfaced. It's unknown if this is a test or miss pressing or just another normal
Countries like Korea and Argentina omitted the track Get Down, Make Love.
New Zealand had a unique double cassette re-issue (from 1986 / 1987) with a unique sleeve.
The USA has a 1991 CD re-issue with no bonus tracks. Available with and without a longbox.
Re-issued on CD in Europe and Japan in 1993-1994.
Re-issued in Japan on CD in 2001 with improved sound quality.
Re-issued in September 2003 in Europe with the same quality as the Japanese 2001 re-issue.
Re-issued in Japan on CD in October 2004 with a card sleeve (using the 2001 remasters).
The package also includes a mini innersleeve like the original UK vinyl issue.
above: the front and back sleeves of the UK 2LP issue
above: the front sleeve and the green and red disc of the Japanese 2LP issue
above: the front sleeve of the Mexican cassette issue (part 1?)
above: the front and back sleeves of the Dutch 1986 CD issue
above: the front and back sleeves of the Dutch 2003 CD issue
above: the front and back sleeves and the discs of the Japanese 2004 CD issue
1. We Will Rock You (May) 3:18
2. Let Me Entertain You (Mercury) 3:15
3. Death On Two Legs (Dedicated To....... (Mercury) 3:31
4. Killer Queen (Mercury) 1:59
5. Bicycle Race (Mercury) 1:28
6. I'm In Love With My Car (Taylor) 2:01
7. Get Down, Make Love (Mercury) 4:31
8. You're My Best Friend (Deacon) 2:08
9. Now I'm Here (May) 8:42
10. Dreamers Ball (May) 3:44
11. Love Of My Life (Mercury) 4:57
12. '39 (May) 3:26
13. Keep Yourself Alive (May) 4:02
14. Don't Stop Me Now (Mercury) 4:28
15. Spread Your Wings (Deacon) 5:22
16. Brighton Rock (May) 12:13
17. Bohemian Rhapsody (Mercury) 6:02
18. Tie Your Mother Down (May) 3:40
19. Sheer Heart Attack (Taylor) 3:35
20. We Will Rock You (May) 2:48
21. We Are The Champions (Mercury) 3:27
22. God Save The Queen (Trad. Arr. May) 1:31
Our thanks to all involved with the tour including Harvey Goldsmith,
Tour Manager: Gerry Stickells,
Stage Manager: Jimmy Barnett,
Queen Stage Crew: Peter Hince, Chris Taylor, Brian Zellis and Brian Spencer,
Clair Brothers Sound Men: James Khalaf (Live Sound Mixer), James Devenney and Jim Ober,
TFA Lighting Men: Joe Travato (Lighting Director), Rick O'Brien, Dick Ollett, Gerry Mott, Alan
Maddams and Maurice Mulligan,
Riggers: Robin Elias and Charlie Boxhall,
Truckers: Henry Crallen, John Collins, Mick Conafray, Ted Winfield and Dave Conner,
On tour chefs: Dave Kebble and Disco Dennis Days,
Driver: Bob Collins.
Finnaly thanks to our organisation Pete Brown, Paul Prenter, Paul Korzilius, Doug Houck,
Dane Clark, Barbare Szabo, Melon, Amanda, Tommy, Victoria, Jeff & Angie. And to Mr Jim Beach.
Queen Are: Freddie Mercury, John Deacon, Roger Taylor & Brian May
The material for this album was recorded by John Etchells on the Queen European Tour
January-March 1979 using the Manor Mobile manned by Peter Greenslade, Ken Capper, and Steve Cater.
Mixing was done at Mountain Studios, Montreux. Assistant engineer David Richards, and assistance
from Aline and Andre. Mastered at Sterling Sound by George Marino. Sleeve concept by Queen. Sleeve
design Foster & Knowles Advertising and Ichikudo Printing Co., Ltd. Cover photo courtesy of
Love Of My Life (Live)
We Will Rock You (Live)
Thanks to Peter De Bruyne for the 2003 CD re-issue sleeves.
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