Yeah Yeah I'd like to hope, I'd like to see Live in Paris 1979Ray wrote: ↑Tue Dec 08, 2020 8:52 am I just hope we'll some day still see a DVD release of the late 70s tours. I don't mind if the picture quality isn't super good, it will be good enough from what we know. I get why they won't release Hyde Park 76, but the two 77 concerts and the ones from 79... that's really great material that should be used for releases.
Friendly, general discussion about Queen
Right, I was only talking about video. No reason to not release the audio.
Um, I think it is you who needs to sharpen their senses. Your 'logic' is beyond mental. Why would Greg lie? All that would do is bring out those fans like you who moan about everything. Great. Makes perfect sense.TheMiracleMan wrote: ↑Mon Dec 07, 2020 6:48 pmMusicalProstitute wrote: ↑Mon Dec 07, 2020 2:34 pmUtter tripe.
It has already been confirmed by their archivist, who has stated it is 99 per cent done. So we all know it is real. You just need to have a little patience.
lol, you're so naive. If GB'll say that Queen Anthology is on the way and much much later he will say that it is 99 percent done you will be believe also?
You do not know what on earth you are talking about. Get some sleep.
For the sake of being a killjoy, I guess...
To be fair, I think that next year is a good possibility, keeping in mind that it's not a normal year (anniversaries), (and really, 50th birthday should be with fireworks for a band of such popularity), AND that we didn't have a pure original Queen new release this year. (And what have we got in 2019?)
I miss the old board. One guy I never saw again was Hollywood, you remember that poster? I even miss him But I digress.