Queen: [1976] Hyde Park, London Trailer

Queen: [1976] Hyde Park, London Trailer (1976)

18 September 1976

Queen at Hyde Park, London, England A Day At the Races Intro Bohemian Rhapsody [Rock Section] Ogre Battle Sweet Lady White Queen (As It Began) Flick of the Wrist You're My Best Friend Bohemian Rhapsody Killer Queen The March of the Black Queen Bohemian Rhapsody [Reprise] Bring Back That Leroy Brown Brighton Rock Son and Daughter '39 You Take My Breath Away The Prophet's Song Death on Two Legs (Dedicated to…) Stone Cold Crazy Keep Yourself Alive Liar In the Lap of the Gods... Revisited

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