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The Wonder Years’ Queen Set (Video)

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Nov 1, 2018.

  1. Melody Bot

    Your friendly little forum bot. Staff Member

  2. FrankieThe4th

    things have never been stranger Prestigious

    Really struggled with whether or not I wanted to try and make it out to this show so thank you to Mike Yablon for posting!
     
  3. theasteriskera

    Regular Supporter

    It was a really good show; I was a little skeptical on whether or not Soupy could channel his inner Freddie Mercury, but TWY killed it.
     
  4. MacbethSin

    Regular

    The ONLY way to cover Queen is to give it everything you've got. Looks like they nailed it
     
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  5. Buscemi knows best

    You owe me a Sausage McMuffin Supporter

    That kicked a whole bunch of ass.
     
  6. thegreatbenbino

    Be excellent to each other!

    This is pretty cool. Love that Soupy didn't really try to change his vocal delivery to be more "Freddie"f. Just went balls to the wall as usual.
     
  7. AWasteOfATime

    @awasteofatime

    Im certain this is better than Bohemian Rhapsody (2018, dir. bryan singer)
     
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  8. BradBradley

    Regular

    I was unsure how this would turn out, but it was great. I haven’t heard many bands do Queen covers, probably for good reason. I remember The Used doing a cover of Under Pressure, but that’s about as much as I can recall. This looked like it was so much fun.
     
  9. summertimejesus

    Birds and Guitar Supporter

    So glad I went to this last week! They killed it!
     
  10. russvanderhoof

    pizza.~

    wow.~
     
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  11. seanxwilliams

    Synthetic apparitions of not being lonely

    As amazing as the fancy dress and cover set is, it looks like Soupy sort of doesn't know what to do with himself throughout the songs?
     
  12. Bartek T.

    D'oh! Prestigious

    oh, this is quite stellar, though I was rather sceptical if it's gonna fit at all