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|1.||The Show Must Go On w/ Elton John|
|2.||Under Pressure rah mix w/ David Bowie|
|3.||Barcelona Freddie Mercury w/ Montserrat Caballe|
|4.||Too Much Love Will Kill You|
|5.||Somebody to Love w/ George Michael|
|6.||You Don't Fool Me|
|7.||Heaven For Everyone|
|8.||Los Palabras De Amor (The Words of Love)|
|9.||Driven By You Brian May|
|10.||Living on My Own Freddie Mercury|
|11.||Let Me Live|
|12.||The Great Pretender Freddie Mercury|
|13.||Princes of the Universe|
|14.||Another One Bites the Dust w/ Wyclef Jean|
|15.||No-one But You (Only the Good Die Young)|
|16.||These Are the Days of Our Lives|
|17.||Thank God It's Christmas|
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|From: Xenonmusic||Date: October 6, 2010 at 20:09|
|From: Doug||Date: February 22, 2012 at 16:56|
|Adam Lambert to perform with Queen at Sonisphere Festival at Knebworth Park in England. AWESOME pairing in my opinion. Lambert can really sing. I hope they do some recording together. Paul Rodgers was good fit, but Lambert is stronger singer (yeah I know old schoolers will scream over this comment, and I'm an old-schooler, but the guy can howl it).|
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