Date Venue City Country Running Time Image Quality Sound Quality
: 11.05.2005 : Wembley Pavillion : London : England : 139 minutes : A- : A
It's A Beautiful Day (Tape) Lose Yourself (Tape) Reaching Out Tie Your Mother Down I Want To Break Free Fat Bottomed Girls Wishing Well Another One Bites The Dust Crazy Little Thing Called Love Under Pressure Say It's Not True '39 Love Of My Life
Hammer To Fall Feel Like Makin' Love Drum Solo I'm In Love With My Car Guitar Solo Last Horizon These Are The Days Of Our Lives Radio Ga Ga Can't Get Enough Of Your Love A Kind Of Magic I Want It All
Bohemian Rhapsody The Show Must Go On All Right Now We Will Rock You We Are The Champions God Save The Queen
Complete audience film. It is filmed quite far from the stage, but still very enjoyable to watch. The image quality itself is excellent, but it zooms in many times and then it gets a bit worse. Also the audience is blocking the view here and there. The sound quality is amazing and really well balanced. A nice surprise in the setlist as they played Under Pressure with both Brian and Roger on the lead vocals, so without Paul Rodgers. A security guy caught the video taper and he had to hide the video camera during God Save The Queen and the last part of We Are The Champions, so we can only see a black screen then. Funny comment by Roger before he starts his usual Drum Solo: ''If you're expecting Ginger Baker, you better fucking leave now. This will be short and relatively painless''. This recording is archived on three DVDs to have the best quality. No copy errors. Not sourced from VCD/SVCD.
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 7.50Mbps
Audio Coding mode: LPCM Sampling Rate: 48kHz Audio application mode: Not Specified Number of Audio channels: 2.0 Bitrate: 1536 Kbps Number of Audio streams: 1