The album was 30 last month and I wanted to post this a commemorative thread.
I find that the album has aged beautifully, still sounds fresh and raw as it's live recording process result was meant to reflect.
There are some songs that I am not very keen on ('Penetration Guru', 'Sister Blue' and specially 'Liar', which I never liked) and others that I find amusing ('TOTW', 'PTL', 'Final Destination', 'Closer To You', 'Better Things' and even the non-album track 'In Charge Of My Heart', that served as an opener during the live shows - including the 2013 reunion!). 'Foxy Lady's' (only on the CD) suits perfect on Roger's voice and the band plays it flawless. 'Old Men' is just ok, I prefer the live version.
The tour set list was nice too, including some (now) oldies like 'Shove It', 'HFE', 'Cowboys & Indians', Man On Fire', 'Strange Frontier' and, greatly surprisingly enough, 'It's An Ilussion', that would never be performed again after 1990. On the 2013 reunion shows, even if the set list was short, 'Mad Bad' got the most spots: In Charge, TOTW, PTL, Liar (althought with Peter on vocals while Roger was absent), 'Final Destination' and probably the most unexpected inclusion in the set list: 'Sister Blue' (even if The Cross were never big, within the Queen fans community, Sister Blue was definitely not one of their most popular songs).
And as it's on topic, this is a humble cover version of 'Power To Love' that we did with a friend of mine, recorded on the fly during one of our improvisation sessions: