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Posted: 26 Jan 06, 20:29 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Ultimate Collection: 1989
Exactly as it says in the title.

I apologise for any careless omissions or errors in advance, (I have proof-read but I have been restricted to one-handed work only). Please feel free to contribute and to push the boundaries forwards. (Also, if used/reproduced elsewhere - an acknowledgement would be courteous)

1989

Queen: Miracle
UK CD - Miracle: Parlophone CDP 79 2357 2
Recorded: Olympic,Townhouse and Mountain Studios, January 1988 to February 1989
Released: UK 22nd May 1989, US 6th June 1989
All tracks performed exclusively by Queen
Produced by Queen and David Richards
Engineered by Dave Richards
Cover Concept by Queen

Miracle Demo Promo Teaser Tape
Miracle (Different Lyrics/Instruments), Invisible Man (Different Lyrics/Instruments), I Want It All (Incomplete Lyrics), Scandal. Too Much Love Will Kill You (Freddie vocal)
Edited Versions Taken From The Forthcoming Miracle Album

Miracle Promo Teaser Tape
Breakthru, My Baby Does Me, Miracle, I Want It All, Was It All Worth It, Invisible Man, Scandal, Rain Must Fall, Party, Khashoggi’s Ship

Party
Album Version - Miracle: Parlophone CDP 79 2357 2
Unsegued Complete Demo Version - Unreleased: 2001 Convention

Khashoggi's Ship
Album Version - Miracle: Parlophone CDP 79 2357 2
1998 Instrumental 1:34 Edit No 1 - Electronic Arts DDE05501 101S
1998 Instrumental 1:34 Edit No 2 - Electronic Arts DDE05501 101S
Alternative Lyric Demo Version - Unreleased: 2001 Convention

Miracle
Album Version - Miracle: Parlophone CDP 79 2357 2
Demo Promo Teaser Tape
Karaoke Instrumental - Japan Toshiba EMI TOLW - 3249.50
US Edit (4:25 Omitted Inst Outro) - Classic Queen:
Greatest Hits II Edit (4:55 Early Fade) - Greatest Hits II: Parlophone CDP 79 7971 2
Promotional Video - Greatest Flix I & II: Pioneer PLMPD 01171
Promotional Video (Making Of) - Greatest Video Hits II: Parlophone 7243 4 90983 9 8

I Want It All
Album Version - Miracle: Parlophone CDP 79 2357 2
Demo Promo Teaser Tape - Promo MC Hollywood
7" Edit Remix - Parlophone CD Queen 10
Karaoke Instrumental - Japan Toshiba EMI TOLW - 3249.50
Original Master Tape Instrumental - Unreleased: Home Mini-Disc
1991 US Hollywood Remaster
(Missing Line/Additional Backing Vocals) - US 1991 Remaster Hollywood HR-61152-2
Queen Rocks (4:31 7”/LP/Guitar Hybrid) - Queen Rocks: Parlophone 823 0912
1998 eYe Full 5:00 Remix 1 - Electronic Arts DDE05501 101S
1998 eYe Full 4:56 Remix 2 - Electronic Arts DDE05501 101S
Rare Live Video Intro - PMI MVP 99 1189 3
Promotional Video - Greatest Flix I & II: Pioneer PLMPD 01171
Promotional Video (Making Of) - Greatest Video Hits II: Parlophone 7243 4 90983 9 8

Invisible Man
Album Version - Miracle: Parlophone CDP 79 2357 2
7" Edit Remix - Parlophone CD Queen 12
Karaoke Instrumental - Japan Toshiba EMI TOLW - 3249.50
12" Extended - Miracle: Parlophone CDP 79 2357 2
Demo Promo Teaser Tape
Fan Club Flexi Message - Fan Club Convention 21-23.04.1989
Roger Vocal Early Demo - Unreleased: 2001 Convention
Top Of The Pops - BBC Transcription Disc
Promotional Video - Greatest Flix I & II: Pioneer PLMPD 01171

Breakthru
Album Version - Miracle: Parlophone CDP 79 2357 2
7" Edit Remix - 1989 US CDS Promo Capitol DPRO-79746
Karaoke Instrumental - Japan Toshiba EMI TOLW - 3249.50
12" Extended - 12" Collection: CDQ TEL 0001
1989 US CD Now Edit - 1989 US CDS Promo Capitol DPRO-79746
1989 US CD Almost Now Edit - 1989 US CDS Promo Capitol DPRO-79746
1998 eYe Instrumental 2:04 Edit - Electronic Arts DDE05501 101S
A New Life Is Born: Original Demo - Unreleased: Home Mini-Disc
Drumbeat Instrumental - Unreleased: 2001 Convention
Promotional Video - Greatest Flix I & II: Pioneer PLMPD 01171
Promotional Video (Making Of) - Greatest Video Hits II: Parlophone 7243 4 90983 9 8

Rain Must Fall
Album Version - Miracle: Parlophone CDP


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Posted: 26 Jan 06, 20:31 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Freddie Mercury Song Lyrics
In Search Of Love - Unreleased
Had To Believe Me - Unreleased
Everybody Needs Somebody - Unreleased

Queen: Rare Live – A Concert Through Time And Space Video
Queen – Rare Live - PMI Video MVP 99 1189 3
Released 1989 Queen Films Ltd
I Want It All - Title Track
Crazy Little Thing Called Love - Osaka, Japan, 1982
Liar - Rehearsal, London, 1973/Rainbow, London, 1974
Another One Bites The Dust - Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1981/Vienna, Austria, 1982
Rock ‘ n Roll Medley - Hammersmith, London, 1975
My Melancholy Blues - Houston, Texas, 1977
Hammer To Fall - Wembley, London, 1986
Killer Queen - Earls Court, London, 1977
We Will Rock You - Live Aid, Wembley, 1985
Somebody To Love - Milton Keynes, 1982
Tie Your Mother Down - Paris, 1979/Frankfurt, 1982/Rio De Janeiro, 1985
Keep Yourself Alive - Hammersmith, London, 1975/Tokyo, Japan, 1985
Love Of My Life - Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1981
Stone Cold Crazy - Rainbow, London, 1974
Radio Ga Ga - Sydney, Australia, 1985
You Take My Breath Away - Earls Court, London, 1977
Sheer Heart Attack - Huston, Texas, 1977
We Are The Champions - Knebworth, 1986/Frankfurt, 1982

Cross: Mad, Bad, And Dangerous To Know
Recorded 1989/ Released 1990
UK CD - Parlophone CDP 79 3924 2
Recorded: September - December 1989, Mountain
Released: 26 March 1990
Produced: The Cross & Justin Shirley Smith
Engineered: Justin Shirley Smith
Cover Concept: The Cross, Stephen Bliss & Richard Gray

Top Of The World Ma
CD 3:30 Version - Parlophone CDP 79 3924 2
Promotional Video - Unreleased: Home Video

Liar
CD 4:30 Version - Parlophone CDP 79 3924 2
EC 12"/ CDs 6:30 Extended - EMI CDP 560 14 7516 2
EC 7”/ CDs 3:18 Edit - EMI CDP 560 14 7516 2
Promotional Video - Unreleased: Home Video

Closer To You
CD 3:13 Version - Parlophone CDP 79 3924 2

Breakdown
CD 3:52 Version - Parlophone CDP 79 3924 2

Penetration Guru
CD 3:46 Version - Parlophone CDP 79 3924 2

Power To Love
CD 4:00 Version - Parlophone CDP 79 3924 2
UK 12”/ CDS Extended 5:17 - Parlophone CDR 6251
UK 7”/ CDS 3:27 Edit - Parlophone CDR 6251
Promotional Video - Unreleased: Home Video

Sister Blue
CD 4:13 Version - Parlophone CDP 79 3924 2

Foxy Lady
CD 3:25 Version - Parlophone CDP 79 3924 2

Better Things
CD 2:45 Version - Parlophone CDP 79 3924 2

Passion For Trash
CD 2:33 Version - Parlophone CDP 79 3924 2
EC CDS 2:33 Single

Old Men (Lay Down)
CD 4:53 Version - Parlophone CDP 79 3924 2

Final Destination
1990 CD 3:34 Version - Parlophone CDP 79 3924 2
1994 Roger Taylor/Yoshiki Japan 5:25 - Parlophone CDPCSD 157


In Charge Of My Heart
EC CDS Extended 4:43 - Liar: EMI CDP 560 14 7516 2
EC 7" 2:19 - Liar: EMI CDP 560 14 7516 2

Man on fire
Official Live - 1st Version - Final Destination: EMI CDP 560 1 475292
Official Live – 2nd Version - New Dark Ages: EMI 1C 560 2 04437 2

Sigue Sigue Sputnik: Dancerama
Recorded January 1989
Released March 1989 – No 50.
Remixed by Roger Taylor
Dancerama
12" Extended - EMI 12 SSS 6
7” Version - EMI SSS 6
Barbarandriod
12”/ 7” B-Side - EMI 12 SSS 6
(Roger Taylor Remix)

Holly Johnson: Blast
Recorded 1988/ Released 1989
UK CD - MCA DMCG 6042
UK LP - MCG 6042
Blast Recorded October 1988
released January 1989 – No 4.
Brian May guest guitarist
Love Train
Album Version - DMCG 6042
7” Edit - MCA 257 693-2
12” Stoke It Up Mix - MCAT 1036
12" Ride The "A" Train - MCA 257 693-2
12" Americana Pop Frankie Knuckles Remix - UNI - 8018
(Brian May Guitar)

Fuzzbox: Big Bang
Brian May: Guitar part taped February 1989, at Unit 3 Studios, North West London.
Released: August 1989 – No 2.
B-side, Bohemian Rhapsody, No Queen involvement - written by Freddie Mercury
Self
Album Version
7" Edit - Geffen PRO-CD-3688
12" Selfish Mix - Geffen PRO-CD-3688
WEA demo cass


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Posted: 26 Jan 06, 20:31 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Phenomena: Phenomena III: Inner Vision
Recorded 1988/ Released 1992
Sweden CD - Dino Din CD 18
UK CD - CD Parachute CD PAR 002
Recorded 1988.
Scott Goreham, Dave Gilmour, Mell Galley, John Whetton.
Brian May on A Whole Lot Of Love.
Rock House, Banzi, What About Love, Into The Fire, A Whole Lot Of Love, If You Want To Rock,
How Much Do You Love Me, Shape It Up, Rock My Soul
A Whole Lot Of Love
(Brian May Guitar)

Artists United For Nature: Yes We Can
Recorded: July – August 1989, Sarm Studios
Artists: Ian Anderson, Joe Cocker, Carol Decker, Harold Faltermeyer, Herbie Hancock, Tommy Johnson, Chaka Khan, Stevie Lange, Michael McDonald, Richard Page, Maggie Reilly, Jennifer Rush, Sandra, Chris Thomson, Stefan Zauner and Brian May
Yes We Can
12" Version - Virgin 662 764
7” Edit Version - Virgin 662 764
Instrumental Version - Virgin 662 764
(Brian May Guitar)

Jonathan Kelly: Unreleased, Fork In The Road
Laister Dickson publicity material: Recorded 1989, features Brian May on guitar
Tim Staffell: Recorded pre-1989, features Brian May on guitar
Fork In The Road - Unreleased:
(Brian May Guitar)

Gareth Marks: Unreleased, Lady of Leisure
Brian contributed guitar to Lady Of Leisure on actor Gareth Marks’ - a friend of Anita’s - debut LP.
Gareth was also working on stage in the musical Buddy at the time.
Lady Of Leisure - Unreleased:
(Brian May Guitar)

Jerry Lee Lewis: Killer Live Hammersmith Odeon, 21 November 1989
Killer Live Official Video - Telstar TVE 1031
Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight, You Win Again, I Got A Woman, I Am What I Am, What I’d Say, Chantilly Lace, High School Confidential, Rockin' My Life Away, Johhny B. Goode, Whole Lotta Shakin' Going On, Great Balls Of Fire, Good Golly Miss Molly, Tutti Fruitti, High Heel Sneakers, Wild One
(Brian May Guitar)

Queen: BBC Radio One Mike Reid Miracle Interview 1989
Queen For A Day Interview - Queen Collection: Hollywood HR-61407-2

Queen: US Los Angeles Television Miracle Interview
Brian May/Roger Taylor US Los Angeles Miracle Interview

Brian May/Roger Taylor: BBC Radio One Rockline Interview

Cover Artists: Nine-Inch Nails – Sin
UK CDs - Halo Four CID 508
Get Down Make Love


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Posted: 27 Jan 06, 06:25 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thank you Sir John ;-)

This is new for me:

Top Of The World Ma
[...]
Promotional Video - Unreleased: Home Video

You mean that there is another version than the Ibiza "live" video?

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Posted: 27 Jan 06, 11:47 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

As usual John, you are truly a genius!! Thank you for this!! What is the deal on the Freddie lyrics that you had mentioned??


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Posted: 27 Jan 06, 12:27 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

chefman5150 wrote:

What is the deal on the Freddie lyrics that you had mentioned??


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Posted: 27 Jan 06, 12:29 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

1989-06-19 Brian + Roger (US Rockline Radio program)


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Posted: 27 Jan 06, 12:40 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thanks John!

Since you've mentioned The Miracle Greatest Hits II Edit (Early Fade) - GVH2 version has "Long fade", it's longer than album version on 7 secs.

Notes: The Invisible Man promo video contains unique remix of extended and single versions.

And I think that you should add that Final Destination by Roger and Yoshiki was recorded in 1994 :)

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Posted: 27 Jan 06, 22:13 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Hi John,

the Invisible Man demo promo teaser tape version, is that the one where you hear Freddie singing that Elvis-ish interlude in the song?

Jan

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Posted: 27 Jan 06, 22:46 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Jan78 wrote:

Hi John,

the Invisible Man demo promo teaser tape version, is that the one where you hear Freddie singing that Elvis-ish interlude in the song?

Jan


Yes, that is correct.


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Alex Solan wrote:


I assume he knows that but as he said before, it's kinda obvious if you see that Yoshiki dude on the item ;-)


It's obvious for you, for me, for John, but maybe for some newbies who don't know who's Yoshiki it's not so obvious ;) Well, nevermind...

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Posted: 28 Jan 06, 07:29 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The tape with the demo excerpts is from January 1989 - the album had no title yet. There is also another tape made for Capitol executives in February 1989, simply called ROUGH MIXES. It contains rough mixes of all the 13 tracks.

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Posted: 29 Jan 06, 15:34 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Serry... wrote:

Thanks John!

Since you've mentioned The Miracle Greatest Hits II Edit (Early Fade) - GVH2 version has "Long fade", it's longer than album version on 7 secs.

Notes: The Invisible Man promo video contains unique remix of extended and single versions.

And I think that you should add that Final Destination by Roger and Yoshiki was recorded in 1994 :)


Thanks Serry, I have included the GVH2 as videos, so if you have this, you should have the audio mixes also.

I have also edited the Final Destination to include years of release.


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Posted: 01 Feb 06, 04:33 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

There's no 7" Edit Remixes of The Invisible Man, Breakthru, Scandal & Hang On In There. On singles they all are identical to album versions.

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Posted: 01 Feb 06, 11:26 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

There is single version of Hang On In There.

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Posted: 01 Feb 06, 13:01 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Yes, the original B-side runs some seconds longer if I recall it correctly (cannot check now).

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Posted: 28 Jan 07, 05:43 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

John S Stuart wrote:

Artists United For Nature: Yes We Can

Yes We Can
12" Version - Virgin 662 764
7” Edit Version - Virgin 662 764
Instrumental Version - Virgin 662 764
(Brian May Guitar)


7", 12" also contains "Nature Sounds" version (3:50). In 1992 single was re-released on Polygram (863 153-2) and contained 3 versions of the track with special note about Brian ("Extended version ft. Brian May") and wrong timings (4:01, 5:27 etc.).

And I think it was Virgin 612 764, though I can be wrong here.

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"Holly Johnson: Blast

Love Train
Album Version - DMCG 6042
7” Edit - MCA 257 693-2
12” Stoke It Up Mix - MCAT 1036
12" Ride The "A" Train - MCA 257 693-2
12" Americana Pop Frankie Knuckles Remix - UNI - 8018"

Brian plays guitar along with Neil Taylor. Song was recorded at Studio Guillaum Tell in Paris, Townhouse & Advision Studios in London.

There's also "Love Train (Previously Unreleased Mixes)" 12" vinyl single released by UNI Records (UNI 8018) in 1989 - it features following remixes:

Love Train (Americana Big Beat Version) (6:35)
Love Train (Iron-Horse Instrumental) (5:00)
Love Train (Americana 12" Version) (6:20)
Love Train (Bonus Big Beat Radio Version) (4:30)
Love Train (Americana Pop Version) (4:00)

Cover: http://img149.imageshack.us/img149/5665/ltcn3.jpg

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"Sigue Sigue Sputnik: Dancerama

Dancerama
12" Extended - EMI 12 SSS 6
7” Version - EMI SSS 6"

+ Kashmir Remix, Saxy Remix and Album Mix Extended - first and second have nothing to do with Roger, but Album Mix Extended which is different to 12" Extended version - could be Roger's work.

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Posted: 28 Oct 09, 16:31 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

One thing to add here is the Argentinean single version of I Want It All, a definate candiate for worst Queen edit ever.


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