Queen: [1977] Definitive Houston Trailer

Queen: [1977] Definitive Houston Trailer (1977)

11 December 1977

Queen at The Summit, Houston, TX, USA We Will Rock You [Slow/Fast] Brighton Rock Somebody to Love Death on Two Legs (Dedicated to…) Killer Queen Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy I'm in Love with My Car Get Down, Make Love The Millionaire Waltz You're My Best Friend Liar Love of My Life '39 My Melancholy Blues White Man The Prophet's Song Guitar Solo Now I'm Here Stone Cold Crazy Bohemian Rhapsody Keep Yourself Alive Tie Your Mother Down We Will Rock You We Are the Champions Sheer Heart Attack Jailhouse Rock God Save the Queen

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