Queen – “We Are the Champions” Concert Mash-Up

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Published on January 3, 2016

We love Queen and Freddie Mercury, so we’ve edited 4 concert films including a rare recording session of “We Are The Champions” and synced them all up to the isolated vocals in honor of the late, great, Freddie Mercury. This video showcases his presence and consistency as the ultimate stage man. RIP Freddie. You are a rock god.

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  1. Ahmad Hafizuddin Bin Ismail

    Wow that was really great. I just love to hear these kinds of isolated vocal tracks. They’re great in showcasing one’s talent. There’s another great one that I’ve watched recently, it’s a video of Marvin Gaye’s isolated vocal. Besides vocals, I also love to hear isolated tracks for instrument especially, bass since it’s hard for you to hear bass in some songs. Great video!

  2. walkertexasranger

    Freddie Mercury is an absolute legend! His voice is so powerful. This sounds so cool without the music in the background too. Great tribute to a rock god. Imagine if he was still around? He’d be killin’ it. Now to go listen to Queen for a few hours.

  3. madetofly

    There aren’t many things that make me happy in this world anymore, but this, this makes me feel so alive and makes my face brighter as a star. It’s a gorgeous voice, thanks for everything Fred. We all love you man.

  4. ZXD22

    Such an iconic song. The NBA always plays this song after every NBA Finals ever since this song has been out. Such beautiful vocals, his voice is just so smooth and the occapella does a nice job to follow that sound as well! Fantastic job guys!

  5. Rae

    He was so incredible and I wish I was born earlier so that I would have been alive when classic musicians like him were in their prime. Such a raw, natural talent. And to think, so many lame songs nowadays take 5+ people to write, and he wrote so many classics all on his own.

  6. Tingbat

    This has confirmed to me that Queen isn’t Queen without Freddy.
    I saw them last year at Wembley fronted by Lambert, and to be honest, he was incredible and a great combination with Roger and Brian.
    But it just isn’t the Queen I grew up listening to

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