Awwww my last response to you as well then.AngelR wrote: ↑Mon Jan 04, 2021 8:01 pmdave4343palace wrote: ↑Sun Jan 03, 2021 9:07 pmYou quite clearly did compare Queen’s history with Q+AL in Australasia in one of your many apple v orange comparisons.AngelR wrote: ↑Sun Jan 03, 2021 5:30 pm
Adam Lambert is popular in Australia and NZ as a solo artist. It's a fact, even if you don't rate him. There were two OZ and NZ extremely successful Queen + Adam Lambert tours before the movie. There are sales numbers to confirm that. It's what happened in real life, not my 'crazy' imagination.
Also, #5 might be very good for Paul or Adam but not for Queen. We do not compare Queen vs QAL here but QPR vs QAL. How many weeks QPR's first live album was on the charts after its release? More than 12 or did it tank after Queen and Paul fans bought it on the release week? It will be a fair comparison then.....
I’m afraid your sycophantic approach to Q+AL makes even the likes of me cringe... and I travel the world on every tour to see them play.
My last response to you on the subject is that I have absolutely no doubt that if anyone offered Adam the career and credibility as a singer and musician when he reaches 70 years old that Paul enjoys today, he would bite their hand off.
No one even remembers about Queen tours with Paul apart from some odd fans with non-'sycophantic' approach to Q+AL like you. Strange that you take my observations about the last QAL tours numbers and Adam's popularity in Australia and NZ so close to your heart.
By the way, Live Around The World's charted at #28 in Australia last (the 13th) week.
Not sure why should Adam's future flop/great solo career make any difference to how his collaboration with Queen's been perceived from 2012 to 2020 anyway???
Some really sad announcements from our government now.....looks like there will be no tours this summer. Full lock down again.