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  • Queen's Freddie Mercury died in 1991, but in 2013 he can still get 60,000 people singing along to "Bohemian Rhapsody."

    As fans waited for Green Day to take the stage at London's Emirates Stadium earlier this month, a video shot from the upper deck captures the crowd's enthusiastic sing-along of the 1975 hit.

    The highlight comes around the 2:00 mark as the guitar kicks in and thousands of concertgoers on the field in front of the stage begin pogoing. The group effort reaches its loudest point here:

    "So you think you can stone me and spit in my eye
    So you think you can love me and leave me to die
    Oh baby -- can't do this to me baby
    Just gotta get out -- just gotta get right outta here"

    Commenters on the YouTube page where the video is posted were caught up in the moment as well.

    "This makes me cry and smile so big at the same time. I love rock fans. Long live Queen!" wrote highlyillogical.

    "Humans are so cool," said becauseimabigdork.

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  • Are you ready for a new contest? This week we're giving away 3 copies of "Warning" on Vinyl. Adeline Records' exclusive vinyl for one of Green Day's most ambitious albums, Warning, with original artwork. Featuring the stand-out tracks "Warning", "Jackass", and "Minority". Current limited pressing is on white vinyl.  Winners will be chosen Monday, June 17th. Only one entry per person will be qualified. Good luck! Open to all Idiot Nation members!

    Can't wait? Order your copy of 'Warning' on vinyl at Adeline Records: HERE

    Login to Idiot Nation now to enter: HERE

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  • They're restless, angsty and young – very young, actually – and on June 11th, Emily's Army will release their second album, the aptly titled Lost at 17, on Rise Records. Now you can take an exclusive first listen to the Oakland band's effort.

    Emily's Army is comprised of brothers Cole and Max Becker (who split vocal duties and play guitar and bass, respectively), guitarist Travis Neumann and drummer Joey Armstrong (son of Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong, who also produced the LP). They showcase their knack for ragged So Cal pop-punk with a bleeding heart and a healthy sense of humor.

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  • Thank you to everyone that entered! Currently submitting videos has ended. Vote now for your favorite video at Talent House: HERE

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    • Fender® Bassman® 100T Tube Bass Amplifier Head
    • Fender® Bassman® 410 Neo Bass Cabinet

    • Fender® Mike Dirnt Precision Bass® Guitar with Gigbag - 2 Color Sunburst (Signed by Mike Dirnt)

    • The entire Green Day album catalog

    Enter to win at American Musical Supply: HERE

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