No problem, microwave but Sorry I'm not a Britney Spears fan. Anyway, I'm going to go ahead and list alot of what I have and hopefully someone can help me.
My list of "Queen" audio Cd's and VHS Tapes:
Audio Cd boots:
1.The Royal American Tour 1975: Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica CA USA 3/22/75.
2. The Royal Countdown: Hammersmith Odeon, London UK Dec. 1975.
3.Zoom: Kouseinenkin Hall, Osaka Japan 3/29/76.
4.Invite You to a Night At the Budokan: Budokan Hall, Tokyo Japan 3/31/76 and 4/1/76.
5.Invite You to a Night At the Warehouse: Broendby Hall, Copenhagen Denmark 5/12/77.
6.The Prophet's Queen: Earls Court, London UK 6/6/77.
7.Oakland Coliseum: Oakland, CA USA 12/16/78.
8.Live In Cologne: Cologne, Germany 2/1/79.
9.Jazz Final: Sapporo, Japan 5/6/79.
10.All Your Love Tonight: The Mecca, Milwaukee Wisconsin USA 9/10/80.
11.First Major Rock: Velezsarfield stadium, Buenos Aires, Argentina 2/28/81.
12.Live USA: LA Forum, Los Angeles CA USA Sept.1982.
13.We Will Love You: Milan, Italy 9/14/84 and the complete performance from Live-Aid: Wembley Stadium London UK 7/13/85.
14. Osaka 1985: Osaka, Japan 5/15/85. The last show in Japan.
15.Who Wants To Live Forever: Paris France 6/14/86. Sounds like a radio broadcast because the quality is really good. Only half of the show, however but still rare.
16.Flash Freddie: Wembley Stadium, London UK 7/5/86. This is certainly a radio broadcast as the show sounds rawer without the mix of the official album. I tend to enjoy it more than the official album.
1. Rarities 1970 to 1977: Rare 1970 Smile Demos, Rainbow Theater London UK 3/31/74, and the final 1977 BBC session.
2. Opera Omnia: Original(Not a copy) 4 disc box set: Covers Queens entire live career from 1973 to 1986, with every Queen song ever performed live.
3.Golden Demos 1973 to 1976: Queen Demos from the first album up to "A Day at the Races". Quality varies but these demos are rather rare. Good to have.
4.Ultra Rare Trax: A Brian May session from 1967, The Soundcheck and live from Oxford UK 12/20/73, rare demos, rare live tracks and studio tracks.
5. By Request: The Ultimate Collection Vol.2: Rare B-sides, and rare studio tracks.
6.Demories Please Majesties:Rare studio tracks, outtakes, and alternate mixes.
7.The Ultimate "Queen" Back Catalogue Vol. 3: 12" versions, BBC session from 1973, and alternate mixes.
1. Freddie Mercury: The Video Collection.
2. Hammersmith Odeon, London UK Dec. 1975.
3. Hyde Park, London UK 1976.
4. Earls Court, London UK 6/6/77.
5. Spain 1979.
6. Paris France 3/1/79, also the BBC Tribute with Elton John from 1992, and the "Scandal" music video.
7. Rare Footage: Music videos never released officially, interviews and live footage from the Hot Space Tour of America in 1982, A rehersal and interview from early 1976 in the USA, and more live footage from Japan 1975 and London 1974.
8. Hammersmith Odeon, London UK Dec.1979 Tv Special, also the making of the "Miracle" album with video outtakes from the "I Want It All" music video, award show appearances, interviews, and live in Munich Germany 2/11/79.
9. Velez Sarfield, Buenos Aires, Argentina 3/1/81.
10.Sao Paulo, Brazil, Morumbi Stadium 3/20/81.
11. Caracas, Venezuela 9/27/81.
12. These Are the Days of our Lives: ABC Tv Special 8/10/91. Hosted by Axl Rose of Guns 'N' Roses.
13. The Interview Sessions: An hour of Interviews.
14. More Queen Interviews: 2 hours of Interviews. Different interviews than the "Interview sessions".
1. Greatest Flix.
2. Greatest Flix 2.
5. Greatest Hits.
6. Live at the Rainbow: Rainbow Theater, London UK Nov. 1974.
7.We Will Rock You. Montreal, Canada 1981.
8.Tokyo, Japan 5/11/85.
9.Live At Wembley '86.
10.Live In Budapest '86.
12. The Magic Years: Vol.1, 2, and 3.
13. Champions of the World.
14.The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert.
Other Official VHS Tapes:
1. AC/DC: Live In Donnington.
2. David Bowie: The Video Collection.
3. David Bowie: Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars.
4.Alice Cooper: Prime Cuts.
5. Weird Al Yankovic: The Video Library.
6. Weird Al Yankovic: The Complete Al
Ok, that's it.