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Return of the Champions (Live)


Download links and information about Return of the Champions (Live) by Queen + Paul Rodgers. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Rock, Glam Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop genres. It contains 27 tracks with total duration of 02:07:16 minutes.

Artist: Queen + Paul Rodgers
Release date: 2005
Genre: Rock, Glam Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop
Tracks: 27
Duration: 02:07:16
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No. Title Length
1. Reaching Out (Live) 1:06
2. Tie Your Mother Down (Live) 4:30
3. I Want to Break Free (Live) 3:59
4. Fat Bottomed Girls (Live) 5:45
5. Wishing Well (Live) 4:33
6. Another One Bites the Dust (Live) 4:02
7. Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Live) 4:35
8. Say It's Not True (Live) 4:15
9. '39 (Live) 4:38
10. Love of My Life (Live) 5:11
11. Hammer to Fall (Live) 6:45
12. Feel Like Makin' Love (Live) 6:20
13. Let There Be Drums (Live) 3:42
14. I'm In Love With My Car (Live) 3:36
15. Guitar Solo (Live) 6:59
16. Last Horizon (Instrumental) [Live] 4:42
17. These Are the Days of Our Lives (Live) 4:38
18. Radio Ga Ga (Live) 5:59
19. Can't Get Enough (Live) 4:22
20. A Kind of Magic (Live) 6:07
21. I Want It All (Live) 5:09
22. Bohemian Rhapsody (Live) 6:18
23. The Show Must Go On (Live) 4:33
24. All Right Now (Live) 6:54
25. We Will Rock You (Live) 2:35
26. We Are the Champions (Live) 4:30
27. God Save the Queen (Instrumental) [Live] 1:33



Although this double-length live set includes only two of three surviving Queen members (guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor, with Free/Bad Company singer Paul Rodgers providing lead vocals), Return of the Champions offers some sharply executed renditions of Queen hits, as well as a few gems from Rodgers' former bands. Rodgers, wisely, doesn't attempt to replicate the flamboyant charm of Freddie Mercury. Instead, he applies his gritty, hard rock-honed vocals to the group's heavier tunes, most notably the riff-happy "Tie Your Mother Down" and the automotive power ballad "I'm in Love with My Car." May is in top form here, particularly on his seven-minute solo, proving that he's still capable of the six-string pyrotechnics that made him a guitar hero.