Label: Breakdown 742
Country: Japan
Released: November 2018
Recorded: Live at Palais Omnisports de Bercy, Paris, France  September 18th 1984
Sound: Excellent audience recording.
Comments:  If I remember correct, this is the first time this recording is released on a pro-bootleg label. I don't have this bootleg, but the recording has been out on the traders marked for a long time in excellent quality.
This is a complete concert.
A nice documentary of a QUEEN concert from 'The Works' 1984 European tour.
Roots: Audience tape recording.

Front cover

01. Intro: Machines (tape)
02. Tear It Up
03. Tie Your Mother Down
04. Under Pressure
05. Somebody To Love
06. Killer Queen
07. Seven Seas Of Rhye
08. Keep Yourself Alive
09. Liar
10. Vocal & Instrumental Improvisation
11. It's A Hard Life
12. Mustapha (intro part only)
13. Dragon Attack
14. Now I'm Here
15. Is This The World We Created?
16. Love Of My Life
17. Medley: Stone Cold Crazy
18.                 Great King Rat
19.                 Keyboards Solo
20.                 Guitar Solo
21.                 Brighton Rock  (end part)
01. Another One Bites The Dust
02. Hammer To Fall
03. Crazy Little Thing Called Love
04. Bohemian Rhapsody
05. Radio Ga Ga
06. I Want To Break Free
07. Jailhouse Rock
08. We Will Rock You
09. We Are The Champions
10. God Save The Queen

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Back cover

From the 84-year Europe tour after the release of Queen’s album “The Works”, France, Paris, Verse Performance on September 18 appeared in a complete set of high-quality audience recording master from the recording master! On this tour Freddie is still showing off the vibrant vocal performance that is still alive and overwhelming. “Tear It Up” decorating the opening of the latest album “The Works” at that time from the early numbers “Seven Shining Ships”, “Rock’n Roll of Fire” “Lyre” and the unusual “Great King Rat”, and A single hit such as “Radio GAGA” and “Break free”, as well as live shows to “It’s a hard life” “sad world”. It is a title of attention as a valuable live sound source that captured the late Queen!