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London : United Kingdom | Feb 09, 2013 at 11:52 PM PST
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English fans at Wembley

British rockers Queen exploded onto the musical scene in the seventies and with the release of “Bohemian Rhapsody” their musical legendry was born.

In July 1986, the rockers with their flamboyant lead singer Freddie Mercury played two nights to sell out crowds at Wembley Stadium in London. It woud be some of the last concerts every played by the foursome in the United Kingdom. Those concerts have never been seen in their entirity, except for the fans who were thre,...until now.

On March 12, a two-disc DVD will commemorate the 25th anniversary of that concert event. The package will include both concerts in full along with some special features amd previously unreleased material. “Queen Live at Wembley Stadium” is being released as a DVD and in digital video formats. Included in the special features is a 2011 interview with Brian May and Roger Taylor reflecting back on the event and not realizing that they were nearing the end as a foursome.

Born Farookh Bulsara in Zanzibar, Tanzania, the man who would become Freddie Mercury met his future bandmates while in college. Mercury died on Nov. 24, 1991, just one day after revealing the secret that he had managed to keep even from his bandmates – that he had contracted AIDS.

Mercury has been gone for over 20 years and the surviving members of the band have never permanently replaced the flamboyant showman; but with video and DVD the music and the show will go on.

Track listing for “Queen Live at Wembley 25th Anniversary” DVD:
“One Vision”
“Tie Your Mother Down”
“In the Lap of the Goods...Revisted”
“Seven Seas of Rhye”
“Tear it Up”
“A Kind of Magic”
“Under Pressure”
“Another One Bites the Dust”

“Who Wants to Live Forever”
“I Want to Break Free”
“Impromptu”
“Brighton Rock Solo”
“Now I'm Here”
“Love of My Life”
“Is This the World We Created”
“(You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care”
“Hello Mary Lou (Goodbye Heart)”
“Tutti Frutti”
“Gimme Some Lovin'”
“Bohemian Rhapsody”
“Hammer to Fall”
“Crazy Little Thing Called Love”
“Big Spender”
“Radio Ga Ga”
“We Will Rock You”
“Friends Will Be Friends”
“We are the Champions”
“God Save the Queen”
Featurette “The Magic Tour”
Featurette “The Wembley Weekend”
footage of the band rehearsing

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The late Freddie Mercury during a concert at the Palais Omnisports de Paris Bercy on Sept. 18, 1984 (Image: AFP/Jean-Claude Coutausse)
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