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Posted: 10 Nov 04, 19:02 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I know that the 1980's & 90's follow the 1970's - but given that I lost some of my post 2000+ information due to a bad CDR, I have decided to "kill two birds with one stone" - as it were.

The next few postings will deal with "Queen" in the 2000's. That way you guys get some awaited follow-up information, while I get some confirmation whether I have fully restored my disc - or not. As always, feel free to contribute and set the record straight.

2000 - Ultimate Collection: (Part One)

Queen & 5ive: We Will Rock You
We Will Rock You
CD Radio Edit BMG 74321 774 032
CD Megamix BMG 74321 774 032
Album CD Version (5ive Invincible) Home Mini-Disc
Intimate Rush Mix Home Mini-Disc
Brit Awards Video 3 March 2000 Unreleased: Home Video
Top Of The Pops Video Unreleased: Home Video

Queen & 5ive: Capitol Radio Party In The Park, June 9th 2000
Hyde Park, London Pop party including; Boyzone, Westlife, Steps, Victoria Beckham and Queen & 5ive. Queen & 5ive: We Will Rock You, Tie Your Mother Down. Brian May also on A Little Help From My Friends finale. Broadcast Live C4.
We Will Rock You, Tie Your Mother Down, A Little Help From My Friends

Queen & 5ive: Unreleased Live, 27th Sept 2000 Millennium Dome, London
We Will Rock You Unreleased:

Queen: Clarinda OST
July 31st 2000 Unreleased:
Queen are said to be in-line to do some music for a film about Robbie Burns. Queen will head a star-studded cast to record the original works of Robert Burns. Clarinda, a movie based on the life of the Bard, will start filming next year and already interest in it is huge.

Freddie Mercury: Solo Collection
10 CD/ 2 DVD Box-set collection. Released 23rd October 2000

Mr Bad Guy: Let’s Turn It On, Made In Heaven, I Was Born To Love You, Foolin’ Around, Your Kind Of Lover, Mr Bad Guy, Man Made Paradise, There Must Be More To Life Than This, Living On My Own, My Love Is Dangerous, Love Me Like There’s No Tomorrow.

Barcelona: Barcelona, La Japonaise, Fallen Priest, Ensueno, Golden Boy, Guide Me Home, How Can I Go On, Overture Piccante.

Great Pretender: Great Pretender, Foolin’ Around, Time, Your Kind Of Lover, Exercises In Free Love, In My Defence, Mr Bad Guy, Let’s Turn It On, Living On My Own, My Love Is Dangerous, Love Kills.

Singles 1973 – 1975: I Can Hear Music, Going Back, Love Kills 7”, Love Kills 12” Extended, I Was Born to Love You 12” Extended, Stop All The Fighting 7”, Stop All The Fighting 12” Extended, Made In Heaven 12” Extended, She Blows Hot And Cold 7”, She Blows Hot And Cold 12” Extended, Living On My Own 12” Extended, My Love Is Dangerous 12” Extended, Love Me Like There’s No Tomorrow 12” Extended, Let’s Turn It On 12” Extended.

Singles 1986 – 1993: Time 7”, Time 12” Extended, Time Instrumental, In My Defence 7”, Great Pretender 7”, Great Pretender 12” Extended, Exercises In Free Love, Barcelona 7”, Barcelona 12” Extended, How Can I Go On 7”, Living On My Own 12” Extended, Living On My Own Radio Mix, Living On My Own Club Mix, Living On My Own Underground Solutions Mix.

Instrumentals: Barcelona, La Japonaise, Fallen Priest, Ensueno, Golden Boy, Guide Me Home, How Can I Go On, Love Me Like There’s No Tomorrow, Made In Heaven, Mr Bad Guy, There Must Be More To Life Than This, In My Defence, Great Pretender.

Rarities 1 (Mr Bad Guy): Let’s Turn It On (Acapella), Made In Heaven (Alternative Version), I Was Born To Love You (Vocal & Piano), Foolin’ Around (Early Version), Foolin’ Around 12” Extended, Foolin’ Around (Instrumental), Your Kind Of Lover (Earlier Version), Your Kind Of Lover (Vocal & Piano Version) Mr Bad Guy (Orchestral Out-takes, Living On My Own (Hybrid Edit: Early/Later Versions), Love Is Dangerous (Early Version), Love Me Like There’s No Tomorrow, (Early Version), Love Me Like There’s No Tomorrow (2nd Early Version), Love Me Like There’s No Tomorrow (3rd Early Version), Live Me Like There’s No Tomorrow (Live T


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Posted: 10 Nov 04, 19:31 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

"Queen: Clarinda OST
July 31st 2000 Unreleased:"

Was there actually stuff recorded for this or....? This is the first ime I read anything about this?

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Posted: 10 Nov 04, 22:59 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

At one time, QOL announced that Queen contributed to a Linda McCartney Tribute album by covering The Wings' song Souvenir. This album was never released, but did Queen actually record a version of this song?


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Posted: 11 Nov 04, 00:40 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Not to be pedantic, Zeni, but 'Souvenir' was only a Paul song from his '97 album 'Flaming Pie'.

Anyway, I thought they were supposed to do that in 2001...as far as I know, John's only worrying about the year 2000. But a shame this never happened, as it would've been one of the more interesting divulsions in recent Queen history.

Although Paul said he once imagined Wilson Pickett doing the song...maybe if Roger tried hard enough...

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Posted: 11 Nov 04, 00:56 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Chairman Miao<br><font size=1>(Lester)</font> wrote:

Not to be pedantic, Zeni, but 'Souvenir' was only a Paul song from his '97 album 'Flaming Pie'.

Anyway, I thought they were supposed to do that in 2001...as far as I know, John's only worrying about the year 2000.


Ah, two mistakes in one post. My bad.

But I still wonder what happened to that song.


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Posted: 19 Nov 04, 12:50 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Hi
I was wondering where you got the intimate rush mix from, if you can remember. If not the songs in it?
I picked one up at the convention called that and am wondering if it's the same one?

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Posted: 12 Feb 07, 14:03 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

"Queen & 5ive: We Will Rock You
We Will Rock You
CD Radio Edit BMG 74321 774 032
CD Megamix BMG 74321 774 032
Album CD Version (5ive Invincible) Home Mini-Disc
Intimate Rush Mix Home Mini-Disc
Brit Awards Video 3 March 2000 Unreleased: Home Video
Top Of The Pops Video Unreleased: Home Video"

Is it important to add that album version has only Brian's guitar while Radio Edit contains also Roger's drums and Bri's bass? Promo video for the track can be found in the Enhanced section of CD single and on special edition of Invincible album (different cover even).