Another goal... another questions.
I've heard that promo-CD that contains unique The Miracle Remix by Keith Cohen exists.
John S. Stuart claims that the bootleg 'In Memories of Freddie Mercury' is just an uncomplete copy of original acetate CD and some tracks on this bootleg are remixed ( http://www.queenzone.com/forums/646338/queen-the-basic-bootlegs-and-unreleased-1991-1992-hollywood-remixes.aspx
Then what we've got on this bootleg:
1. Seven Seas of Rhye (Freddy Bastone Remix) — album version
2. Flash's Theme (Mista Lawnge, 9.5 Remix) — album version (whatever John has claimed, there's NO extensions on this mix)
3. Bicycle Race (Junior Vasquez Remix) — album version
4. Dragon Attack (Jack Benson and R.A.K. Remix) — very raw remix with rough edits, absolutely like bootleg fan mix, because it's too bad for professional DJs
5. We Will Rock You (Dakeyne Remix) — standard version (note that this remix ain't one of Hollywood Records remixes)
6. Radio Ga Ga (Re-Cut '92) — again, very rough edit, just like Dragon Attack
7. Love Kills (12" Mix Re-Edit) — some bits of intro and outro is missing, and nothing different besides it
8. Queen Reprise '92 — a very long mix with simple dance beat overlap with snippets from various Queen songs.
All I can say after it all that this bootleg doesn't have anything close to professional studio recordings. Either this is just a compilation of bonus and fan-mixes, or DJs who made this stuff were retarded.
Conclusion: if this promo exists, it should be completely different to this bootleg.