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Posted: 14 Mar 19, 17:33 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

You've never been to a gig so your opinion isn't valid

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Posted: 14 Mar 19, 17:56 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

My opinion is valid because i do not have to go and see to make my mind up that Lamtit is shit.
I would not insult my high standards by going to waste my money on that pretender.

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Posted: 14 Mar 19, 18:09 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Vocal harmony wrote:

You've never been to a gig so your opinion isn't valid


I have never seen Britney SPears or Justin Bieber or alikes in Person. But I have seen Videos and heard songs. I know I would absolutely hate it. WHy should it be different with Lamebird when you have eyes and ears?????

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Posted: 14 Mar 19, 18:44 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

These Lamturds are off there heads with there crazy views. I never saw Freddie live at first but i knew he was bloody brilliant so it is the same about Lamturd i know
he is fake and crap. He does Queen fans no service at all.

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Posted: 14 Mar 19, 20:47 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

“He cannnot do what Freddie used to do.”

So what did Freddie do that Adam cannot do? Be specific!



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Posted: 14 Mar 19, 21:25 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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“He cannnot do what Freddie used to do.”

So what did Freddie do that Adam cannot do? Be specific!



Write great songs
Sing
Playing instrumentsowning an audience in the palm of his hands
being creative
being humurous and tongue in cheek without being ridiculous

need I go On???
Nothing -. i repeat _ NOTHING of the above is Lameturd in any fshape or form capable of. He is a wannabe rock star acting his role in a bad way. And his voice is an annoying whining lil girls voice. And he looks like a trans asian Ladyboy


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Posted: 14 Mar 19, 21:46 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

So...how is everyone?

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Posted: 15 Mar 19, 00:34 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

One can never be sure which orifice Brian May uses when he speaks to the press, but either way it stinks to high heaven ...

“Paul was a hero to Freddie and us when we were starting out.”— Queen’s Brian May
www.goldminemag.com/articles/rock-stars-worship-the-work-of-paul-rodgers

5th November 2008 Quote: "FREDDIE (MERCURY) was a huge PAUL RODGERS fan, (he) absolutely adored his voice. He was a different animal, but he would have loved to be able to sing like that." Brian May insists late rocker Mercury would have approved of Queen's replacement for him. http://www.contactmusic.com/brian-may/quotes

May said that Lambert’s so good in the role, Mercury would have been jealous. “Freddie would love and hate him, because Adam has a real gift from God,” May told Yahoo.
www.nme.com/news/music/queens-brian-may-says-freddie-mercury-would-love-and-hate-adam-lambert-2372810




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Posted: 15 Mar 19, 04:02 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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One can never be sure which orifice Brian May uses when he speaks to the press, but either way it stinks to high heaven ...

“Paul was a hero to Freddie and us when we were starting out.”— Queen’s Brian May
www.goldminemag.com/articles/rock-stars-worship-the-work-of-paul-rodgers

5th November 2008 Quote: "FREDDIE (MERCURY) was a huge PAUL RODGERS fan, (he) absolutely adored his voice. He was a different animal, but he would have loved to be able to sing like that." Brian May insists late rocker Mercury would have approved of Queen's replacement for him. http://www.contactmusic.com/brian-may/quotes

May said that Lambert’s so good in the role, Mercury would have been jealous. “Freddie would love and hate him, because Adam has a real gift from God,” May told Yahoo.
www.nme.com/news/music/queens-brian-may-says-freddie-mercury-would-love-and-hate-adam-lambert-2372810




He hyped up PR as well. Wonder what the Glamberts here have to say about that ;-)

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Posted: 15 Mar 19, 07:35 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Brian May would hype up next doors car if he had too.
He has no shame giving all the hype to a nobody on a cheap talent show when the Freddie was the man that got him stinking rich.
No Freddie = no Queen and AL would be on the streets of the USA penniless.

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Posted: 15 Mar 19, 09:55 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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Brian May would hype up next doors car if he had too.
He has no shame giving all the hype to a nobody on a cheap talent show when the Freddie was the man that got him stinking rich.
No Freddie = no Queen and AL would be on the streets of the USA penniless.


You really do spout utter nonsense, first of all they all contributed to making Queen a success not just Freddie, imagine the band without Brian's unique guitar sound - would their music have sounded the same? And what about all the songs the others wrote, they all had hits not just Freddie. I'll answer, no it wouldn't, they may well have been a success but it wouldn't sound like Queen. Second Adam had already made over $6 million before he ever teamed up with Bri & Roger so no he wouldn't have been on the streets penniless.



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Posted: 15 Mar 19, 10:12 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Saint Jiub wrote:

One can never be sure which orifice Brian May uses when he speaks to the press, but either way it stinks to high heaven ...

“Paul was a hero to Freddie and us when we were starting out.”— Queen’s Brian May
www.goldminemag.com/articles/rock-stars-worship-the-work-of-paul-rodgers

5th November 2008 Quote: "FREDDIE (MERCURY) was a huge PAUL RODGERS fan, (he) absolutely adored his voice. He was a different animal, but he would have loved to be able to sing like that." Brian May insists late rocker Mercury would have approved of Queen's replacement for him. http://www.contactmusic.com/brian-may/quotes

May said that Lambert’s so good in the role, Mercury would have been jealous. “Freddie would love and hate him, because Adam has a real gift from God,” May told Yahoo.
www.nme.com/news/music/queens-brian-may-says-freddie-mercury-would-love-and-hate-adam-lambert-2372810



Brian has praised Paul and why not, just because they don't think he was perfect for Queen music (and he wasn't in a lot of songs) doesn't negate the fact he's a brilliant singer and hugely successful in his own right, the two things are separate issues, he can think he's great at his own music and even appreciate the fact that they toured together and like what they did but still think ultimately it wasn't a perfect fit for them.



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Posted: 15 Mar 19, 11:10 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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Saint Jiub wrote:

One can never be sure which orifice Brian May uses when he speaks to the press, but either way it stinks to high heaven ...

“Paul was a hero to Freddie and us when we were starting out.”— Queen’s Brian May
www.goldminemag.com/articles/rock-stars-worship-the-work-of-paul-rodgers

5th November 2008 Quote: "FREDDIE (MERCURY) was a huge PAUL RODGERS fan, (he) absolutely adored his voice. He was a different animal, but he would have loved to be able to sing like that." Brian May insists late rocker Mercury would have approved of Queen's replacement for him. http://www.contactmusic.com/brian-may/quotes

May said that Lambert’s so good in the role, Mercury would have been jealous. “Freddie would love and hate him, because Adam has a real gift from God,” May told Yahoo.
www.nme.com/news/music/queens-brian-may-says-freddie-mercury-would-love-and-hate-adam-lambert-2372810



Brian has praised Paul and why not, just because they don't think he was perfect for Queen music (and he wasn't in a lot of songs) doesn't negate the fact he's a brilliant singer and hugely successful in his own right, the two things are separate issues, he can think he's great at his own music and even appreciate the fact that they toured together and like what they did but still think ultimately it wasn't a perfect fit for them.



I truly believe Q+PR was more rock than Q+AL could ever hope to be. Ok, PR wasn't the best fit for the position of sales of Queen's music, but I still don't think AL is the best fit for Queen's harder rock music. Both have their pros and cons. At the end of the day, I still prefer Q+PR than Q+AL.

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Posted: 15 Mar 19, 11:24 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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Then Simon Cowell is like May & Taylor, he tells folk what they want to hear to sell the product and that is exactly what Brian did hyping Adam Lambert, and many kids believe
the hype and think if Brian says he is good he must be!
Believe me May & Taylor are crafty and know how to flog anything for money, even a lady boy.


You brought up Cowell and May to support your argument and then you criticise them, thus contradicting yourself. You really are thick as pig shit.


"Queen is the only band in the world that can play so heavily that your nose bleeds, then offer a silk handkerchief to clean up with."
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Posted: 15 Mar 19, 13:28 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Holly2003 Go back to sleep you dense bimbo. zzzzzzzzzzzzz

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Posted: 15 Mar 19, 13:43 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

You're a thick turd.


"Queen is the only band in the world that can play so heavily that your nose bleeds, then offer a silk handkerchief to clean up with."
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Posted: 15 Mar 19, 14:07 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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No Freddie = no Queen and AL would be on the streets of the USA penniless.


No Brian May plus Roger Taylor plus John Deacon plus Freedie = no Queen. If you're going to quote stupid equations. You need to quote the full sum and make clear the first two characters (numbers) that becomes the catalyst for the sum to work. Freddie on his own wouldn't have been Queen, neither would Brian and Roger, but Brian +Roger make up half the sum and were already a collective sum without the addition of Freddie.

Are you keeping up. . .

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Posted: 15 Mar 19, 14:39 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

VH Queen was a four band unit, So technically 2 members do not make up a whole band called Queen!

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Posted: 16 Mar 19, 00:14 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The Circle of Eidolon has been viewing this thread and feels a comment from us my add a little to it.

Mr UK your reply to Vocal Harmony does indeed prove that you are not keeping up.

Vocal Harmony does indeed state that Queen were a four piece band, you however in an earlier post seen to claim that there was only ever one member.

We will not suggest that you learn from this post because The Circle of Eidolon understands that you are incapable of learning and understanding. You have proved this over and over again through the views you have put forward.

The Circle of Eidolon has spoken there is no argument

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Posted: 16 Mar 19, 00:27 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

rockchic65 wrote:

Saint Jiub wrote:

One can never be sure which orifice Brian May uses when he speaks to the press, but either way it stinks to high heaven ...

“Paul was a hero to Freddie and us when we were starting out.”— Queen’s Brian May
www.goldminemag.com/articles/rock-stars-worship-the-work-of-paul-rodgers

5th November 2008 Quote: "FREDDIE (MERCURY) was a huge PAUL RODGERS fan, (he) absolutely adored his voice. He was a different animal, but he would have loved to be able to sing like that." Brian May insists late rocker Mercury would have approved of Queen's replacement for him. http://www.contactmusic.com/brian-may/quotes

May said that Lambert’s so good in the role, Mercury would have been jealous. “Freddie would love and hate him, because Adam has a real gift from God,” May told Yahoo.
www.nme.com/news/music/queens-brian-may-says-freddie-mercury-would-love-and-hate-adam-lambert-2372810



Brian has praised Paul and why not, just because they don't think he was perfect for Queen music (and he wasn't in a lot of songs) doesn't negate the fact he's a brilliant singer and hugely successful in his own right, the two things are separate issues, he can think he's great at his own music and even appreciate the fact that they toured together and like what they did but still think ultimately it wasn't a perfect fit for them.



Brian having an opinion is one thing ... However Brian ludicrously speaking for a dead man insisting that Freddie wanted to sing like Paul or that Freddie would have been jealous of Adam is dishonest hype.


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