TOKYO DOME 2024 - 2ND NIGHT

2 CDR

Label: Uxbridge 2152
Country: Japan.
Released: March 2024.
Recorded: Live at Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan  February 14th 2024.
Sound: Excellent audience recording. From original masters.
Comments:  From the 5 date Japanese tour in February 2024. Uxbridge label release a 4cdr with both Tokyo dates last month. This is a 2cdr from the second date. Uxbridge label spited the 4cdr release in 2cdr of 1st and 2nd date. All in all, just the 4cdr in 2x2cdr release.
The 2cdr claimed to be the 'definitive master'.
Sale price as new on a Japanese sale page was 1649 Jap Yen.
Roots: Audience recording.
Time:  


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 CDR 1
 1. Intro:  (sound on tape, 'Machines') ~
 2. Machines (Or 'Back to Humans')  (tape) ~
 3. Radio Ga Ga
 4. Hammer to Fall
 5. Fat Bottomed Girls
 6. Another One Bites the Dust
 7. I'm in Love With My Car
 8. Bicycle Race
 9. I Was Born to Love You
 10. I Want It All
 11. Love of My Life
 12. Teo Torriatte (Let Us Cling Together)
 13. Timpani Solo  (on video tape, Montreal 81)
 14. Drum Solo  (Roger on drums, Warren on timpani)
 15. Under Pressure
 16. Band Introductions
 17. Tie Your Mother Down
 18. Crazy Little Thing Called Love
 

 CDR 2
 
1. You Take My Breath Away  (intro only, on tape)
 2. Who Wants to Live Forever
 3. Guitar Solo
 4. Is This the World We Created...?
 5. A Kind of Magic
 6.
Band Introduction, support members
 7. Don't Stop Me Now
 8. Somebody to Love
 9. The Show Must Go On
 10. Bohemian Rhapsody
 - - - - - - - encore - - - - - - - -
 11. Ay‐Oh 
 (video tape of Freddie, Wembley 86)
 12. We Will Rock You
 13. Radio Ga Ga
 14. We Are the Champions
 15. God Save the Queen  (outro on tape)



 Lineup:
 Sir Dr. Brian May – electric and acoustic guitars, vocals
 Roger Taylor – drums, vocals
 Adam Lambert – lead vocals
 Spike Edney – keyboards, vocals (Spike Edney played keyboards with QUEEN on tour's in 1984, 85 and 86.
                            He was also a member  & played keyboards with Roger Taylor's band THE CROSS 87-91.
                           And also member & keyboards player in the Brian May band 91-98).

 Neil Fairclough – bass guitar, vocals
 Tyler Warren – percussion, additional drums, vocals


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Review from internet page.

This is the final chapter of the 5-concert tour in Japan for their second “THE RHAPSODY Tour” in 2024, and it is also the second and final day of their 2 consecutive performances on February 13th & 14th, which was their first time at the Tokyo Dome.
Complete recording of the live performance on the 14th for 2 hours and 18 minutes from the soundboard level digital audience master released by Taper. First of all, while various sound sources and video items are already in circulation, this title is of course an audience sound source that is completely different from the previously released ones, and the sound is definitely the best among pure audience recordings, apart from IEM interceptions. And, the sound quality that can't be expected from Tokyo Dome is at a level that can be passed as an official bootleg as it is.

The set composition is almost the same as the last time he came to Japan, and although the five performances this time are completely the same except for the first day, "Radio Ga Ga" will be played separately for the opening and encore, and "Fat Bottomed Girls" will be performed as a new repertoire. ”, “Is This The World We Created...?”, and “A Kind Of Magic” are three new songs, and the key point is that the development is different from the previous one.
Anyway, I'm happy to be able to see Brian and Roger in such good spirits again, but it's also said that this visit to Japan will be their last, and the final two consecutive nights in Tokyo are one of the most emotional performances out of all five. In particular, this day is also the final worldwide performance of "THE RHAPSODY Tour", and fans who visited the venue on that day will have a must-listen to this Japan-only commemorative item at Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan 14th February 2024