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be honest would you buy an album without Freddie?

(17 Posts)
2shoes Fri 19-Sep-08 23:01:53

just seen a advert for a new queen cd........with a Freddie stand in. who would buy that?

littlelapin Fri 19-Sep-08 23:03:02

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NoBiggy Fri 19-Sep-08 23:05:42

He's Queen's new singer, not Queen's new Freddie. Some people like him. Don't think he has mass appeal, that's my opinion.

thumbwitch Fri 19-Sep-08 23:06:22

no, wouldn't, couldn't.

2shoes Fri 19-Sep-08 23:07:22

queen without freedie?
no such thing
trouble is no one can replace him.
so end of queen

hecate Fri 19-Sep-08 23:08:57

No. Freddie WAS Queen.

They should have given up and gone and done something else. It can never work without him. He is what made them truly special.

harleyd Fri 19-Sep-08 23:09:52

is there a link, havent heard anything

NoBiggy Fri 19-Sep-08 23:09:55

Do they still have the bass player?

thumbwitch Fri 19-Sep-08 23:10:04

perhaps they should rename themselves Queenless?

2shoes Fri 19-Sep-08 23:11:46

that is good lol

MrsMcCulloch Sat 20-Sep-08 00:00:58

no, no, no, no, is this Paul Rogers? my dd (13) is mad about the fredster, it is wrong wrong wrong!

2wetshoes Sat 20-Sep-08 00:02:48

the late great Freddie

2wetshoes Sat 20-Sep-08 00:03:37

freddie singing about the pretender

tortoiseshell Sat 20-Sep-08 00:04:48

My bro has seen them live, said Paul Rodgers was v good.

No-one will replace Freddie though.

thumbwitch Sat 20-Sep-08 00:17:14

I always wondered what happened to the little bloke off Stars in their Eyes a few years back - he won it as Freddie and he had an excellent Freddie-like voice - they should have signed him up.

FanjolinaJolly Sat 20-Sep-08 00:20:24

No,its like the Beatles without John,or Nirvana without Kurt.Just not cricket.

MrsMcCulloch Sat 20-Sep-08 07:55:58

Bunnymen briefly with my hubby!

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