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Queen Fans MUST SEE Panic! At The Disco's Live Music Video For Their Cover Of Bohemian Rhapsody!

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Not only is this possibly the best cover of Bohemian Rhapsody we've ever heard…

…but Panic! At The Disco even managed to capture the spirit of Queen's original music video with their own live version!

Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see all the head-banging, pyrotechnics, and shirtless piano-playing that make this vid an instant classic!

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6 comments to “Queen Fans MUST SEE Panic! At The Disco's Live Music Video For Their Cover Of Bohemian Rhapsody!”

  1. 1

    Well I clicked on this fully expecting to hate it because, let's face it. No one can pull this song off but Freddie Mercury. My god, I have to say…that wasn't half bad. Not bad at all in fact! And this is coming for a full on music snob that hates pretty much anything this band has ever put out. Well done, gentlemen.

  2. CandyCane says – reply to this


    A very difficult song to cover but, they did an incredible job. Well done!

  3. Nunya says – reply to this



  4. Banana Phone says – reply to this


    Well @CanadianMystRe: CanadianMyst – when you're using Queen's actual tracks as backing tracks, it's a lot harder to fuck it up. Even if you're Panic At The Disco.

  5. YouDon'tKnowShit says – reply to this


    Re: Banana Phone
    Actually, several things are missing that were in the original track on top of the fact that some of there harmonies are off by a hair- which is natural in a live performance. I wanted this to be a backing track with a bunch of samples so I could bitch but it is not. It's just not.

  6. Banana Phone says – reply to this


    @YouDon'tKnowShit right, because everyone knows it's impossible to alter tracks so that they sound less like the original and more like the performer onstage to people who can't hear music properly. Oh… wait… people do that all the time. My bad.