Date Venue City Country Running Time Image Quality Sound Quality
: 30.04.2002 : Museumplein : Amsterdam : The Netherlands : 65 minutes : A : A
Intro At The Airport Soundcheck Backstage Interviews Brian and Roger Interview Radio Ga Ga (Roger on vocals) Tie Your Mother Down (Brian on vocals) Another One Bites The Dust (Patti Russo on vocals) Under Pressure (Roger & Patti Russo on vocals) Hammer To Fall (Brian on vocals) The Show Must Go On (Patti Russo on vocals) No-One But You (Brian & Roger on vocals) We Will Rock You (Brian on vocals) We Are The Champions (Trijntje Oosterhuis on vocals) Backstage Interviews Outroduction
A surprise concert by Brian and Roger on the Museumplein in Amsterdam 2002. It was on the Dutch Queen's birthday party. The whole day various Dutch bands and artists played a small set and Brian and Roger were the big highlight of the day, but it was kept secret until the day of the concert. It was free for everyone with an audience around 100,000 who all saw that Brian and Roger played together again live on stage since many years. Unfortunately John Deacon was already retired, but the band was filled with other musicians. Spike Edney played on the keyboards, Steve Barnacle on bass guitar, Jamie Moses on backing guitar, Eric Singer (Drummer of KISS) on drums during several songs, Patti Russo on lead vocals during Another One Bites The Dust and The Show Must Go On. Dutch singer Trijntje Oosterhuis came on stage to take the lead vocals for We Are The Champions. Radio Ga Ga, Tie Your Mother Down, Hammer To Fall, No-One But You and We Will Rock You are sung by Brian and/or Roger. Under Pressure was a duet with Patti Russo and Roger. Note that Hammer To Fall is the slow/fast version, which was played live for the first time. No-One But You was played live for the first and only time. The whole concert was broadcasted live on Dutch TV and later it was completely re-broadcasted including backstage footage, soundcheck, interviews with the band members etc. All this is included on this special DVD version. The image and sound quality are both excellent. Many thanks for "ghostwithasmile" for making the transfer from his VHS to DVD and also many thanks for Pittrek as he corrected the image quality. No copy errors. Not sourced from VCD/SVCD.
PRO video master > VHS (0) > AVI > AviSynth (basic noise removal and colour correction, but still slightly too orange) > CCE > mpg2 > DVDLabPro > DVD (x)
Video compression mode: MPEG-2 TV system: 625/50 (PAL) Aspect Ratio: 4:3 Display Mode: reserved Source picture resolution: 720x576 (625/50) Frame Rate: 25.00 Source picture letterboxed: Not letterboxed Bitrate: Around 8.00Mbps
Audio Coding mode: Dolby Digital Sampling Rate: 48kHz Audio application mode: Not Specified Number of Audio channels: 2.0 Bitrate: 384 Kbps Number of Audio streams: 1