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Posted: 23 Feb 06, 07:59 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I mean videos like: Innuendo, Headlong, I´m Going Slightly Mad, These Are The Days Of Our Lives. i don´t know if they where released on VHS, but dvd? will there ever be one too? like a Greatest Video Hits III


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Posted: 23 Feb 06, 08:21 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Yes, will be.

I'm Going Slightly Mad and The Show Must Go On are on Jewels DVD.

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Posted: 23 Feb 06, 17:03 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

They will never be released on DVD since the subliminal messages in them make people dislike Paul Rodgers.


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Posted: 23 Feb 06, 17:12 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

IGSM and TSMGO were also on the Karaoke DVD... if that counts.

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Posted: 23 Feb 06, 21:05 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The Innuendo (album) videos haven't been released together on a mass-market DVD so far, though as noted previously in this thread, a few have popped up on other releases (Jewels, Karaoke Hits, etc).

We're all anticipating the Greatest Video Hits Volume 3 DVD, which will have these and rest of the unreleased (on DVD, that is) videos.

As far as I can figure, these will likely appear on the Hits 3 DVD:

Innuendo
I'm Going Slightly Mad
Headlong
The Show Must Go On
These Are The Days Of Our Lives (Black & White)
These Are The Days Of Our Lives (with Animation)
Somebody To Love (with George Michael, from Freddie Tribute Concert)*
Heaven For Everyone (DoRo Video, as on Flix 3)
Too Much Love Will Kill You (DoRo Video, as on Flix 3)
No One But You (Only The Good Dies Young)
Another One Bites The Dust (Wyclef Jean Video)
Under Pressure (Rah Mix)
We Will Rock You (with 5ive)
I Was Born To Love You (2004 Video, from Jewels)
Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime (with Zucchero & Sharon Corr, from the 46664 Concert)**

* This appears on the Tribute DVD, but since Queen seem happy to use it as the official video to accompany the Five Live release, I'm guessing they'll use it here too.

** This wasn't on the 46664 DVD, but WAS a CD-ROM video on the CD single of the track. I think it's a great collaboration, a great version of the song and would be a shame to not include it somewhere on the Hits 3 DVD.

Made In Heaven: The Films has been released in the UK on DVD, so I doubt they'll all re-appear in Hits 3. However, they may use the following:

You Don't Fool Me
Let Me Live ("Return Trip")
A Winter's Tale ("Outside In")

These were all singles (in the UK, if not other places).

I didn't include in the list the Robbie Williams + Queen version of "We Are The Champions" because Queen don't actually appear in the video (some other guys are miming the Queen backing track). Maybe it'll be an Easter Egg feature.

Did I miss anything?


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Posted: 23 Feb 06, 21:39 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Umm...

What about Queen+Elton John 'Show Must Go On'.

Somebody (can't remember the guy's name) just reminded me of that.

They actually performed this on my birthday - Jan 17.



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Posted: 23 Feb 06, 22:04 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

You're right, I did forget that.

Given the original will appear on the main disc, most likely, I'll bet that version from the Bejart Ballet will be on the 2nd disc as a bonus.



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Posted: 24 Feb 06, 05:48 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

rhyeking wrote:


Did I miss anything?


Yes :)

rhyeking wrote:


Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime (with Zucchero & Sharon Corr, from the 46664 Concert)**
** This wasn't on the 46664 DVD, but WAS a CD-ROM video on the CD single of the track. I think it's a great collaboration, a great version of the song and would be a shame to not include it somewhere on the Hits 3 DVD.


This one actually WAS on the 46664 DVD , but not on the 46664 CD, and it was sort of the video from the single released from Zucchero's "Zu&co" album.

rhyeking wrote:


Let Me Live ("Return Trip")


I read somewhere that the video to promote the single was slightly different to the BFI-version. Don't know what's different though

rhyeking wrote:


A Winter's Tale ("Outside In")


There was a DoRo video for this signle release, actually even two different ones (with and without handwritten lyrics) and especially the one WITH lyrics is a nice one in my opinion.

rhyeking wrote:


Did I miss anything?


You could consider the Vanguard version of Flash. It has the DJ's plus people dancing in the video, while snippets from the original Queen video appear on a screen at the back.

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Posted: 24 Feb 06, 06:28 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

rhyeking wrote:



The Show Must Go On
Too Much Love Will Kill You (DoRo Video, as on Flix 3)


basically, these to videos are the same...



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Posted: 25 Feb 06, 09:27 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

No offence but a GVH4 idea sounds and looks (judging by that tracklisting) shite. 3 will be disappointing, anyway - if it ever materialises.