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In The Lap Of The Gods - Queen - Live In Budapest (VHS)


  1. Queen - In the Lap of the Gods Revisited (Live In Budapest / ) Lyrics. It's so easy, but I can't do it So risky, but I gotta chance it It's so funny, there's nothing to laugh about My money, that's all you want.
  2. Recorded live at The Nepstadium, Budapest, Hungary, 27th July, "On the 27th of July Queen performed the largest ever stadium concert in the Eastern block. 17 of Hungary's top film cameramen were there to record the event and follow the band relaxing in and around Budapest.
  3. A Live in Budapest a brit Queen együttes koncertfilmje, melyen az július i, magyarországi fellépésük látható. Az os Magic Tour egyik állomásaként a Népstadionban 70 ember előtt adott koncert teljes felvételét a filmen az együttes budapesti tartózkodása során készített jelenetekkel színesítették (pl. a megérkezést Budapestre Bécsből szárnyashajóval).
  4. This film is the first rock concert to be filmed by Mafilm, the famous Hungarian government film company. It was premiered on the 12th of December in Budapest's National Congress Hall and represents a unique insight into the Hungarian film making style adapted to western rock and roll.".
  5. Queen - God Save the Queen (Live from Budapest in ) Lyrics. God Save the Queen God save our gracious Queen, Long live our noble Queen, God save the Queen.
  6. It is also worth noting that different overdubs were done on Under Pressure for the Live Magic LP and Live In Budapest VHS releases. Roger's overdubbed vocal leading into the second chorus of Under Pressure is not heard on the release. VHS: Lineage: "God Save The Queen" (On Stage) silver In The Lap Of The Gods Revisited, Seven.
  7. Queen - In The Lap Of The Gods - Hammersmith Odeon, London - /12/24 by Zarastro Revisted/Seven Seas Of Rhye Live In Budapest '86 - Digitally Restored (HD) by QueenHDProductions.
  8. Sheer Heart Attack is the third studio album by the British rock band Queen, released on 8 November by EMI Records in the United Kingdom and by Elektra Records in the United States. Digressing from the progressive themes featured on their first two albums, this album featured more pop-centric and conventional rock tracks and marked a step towards the "classic" Queen sound.

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