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Posted: 23 Sep 19, 02:03 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



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Posted: 23 Sep 19, 02:20 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The Game is probably their biggest album in America, and I don’t want a NOTW 40 like release. (although that would be cool) ANATO and SHA has concert releases for their 40th anniversary and seeing how there is a fair amount of concert footage from The Game Tour era. Seeing how the SABTD tour is the only series of shows that has a bootleg for each concert, it’s begging for a release. These are some things they could include in a box set for the SABTD.
-soundboards of every show
- SD Blu-rays of the 2nd Buenos Aires concert and the first São Paulo with bonus features such as a documentary with Brian May and Roger Taylor, news reports, or any extra footage of them during the tour.
- replica programs, posters, and backstage passes.
This maybe be asking to much, but this tour was a milestone in their live career and the audience interaction makes Wembley pale in comparison.

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Posted: 24 Sep 19, 01:17 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

GreatKingFairyFeller wrote:

The Game is probably their biggest album in America, and I don’t want a NOTW 40 like release. (although that would be cool) ANATO and SHA has concert releases for their 40th anniversary and seeing how there is a fair amount of concert footage from The Game Tour era. Seeing how the SABTD tour is the only series of shows that has a bootleg for each concert, it’s begging for a release. These are some things they could include in a box set for the SABTD.
-soundboards of every show
- SD Blu-rays of the 2nd Buenos Aires concert and the first São Paulo with bonus features such as a documentary with Brian May and Roger Taylor, news reports, or any extra footage of them during the tour.
- replica programs, posters, and backstage passes.
This maybe be asking to much, but this tour was a milestone in their live career and the audience interaction makes Wembley pale in comparison.


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