I Want To Break Free - Queen - Greatest Flix II (VHS)
Rehicieron el disco, manteniendo solo las voces de Freddie y Montserrat, el piano de Mike Moran, el bajo de John Deacon y los coros originales.
Pero como es costumbre ya, no hubo una, ni 2, sino 4 ediciones distintas, y puede que me quede corto. Los arreglos son un desastre. Su contenido son todos los videos de Barcelona, las presentaciones en vivo en Ibiza y La Nit, y un mini documental donde se cuenta como aniquilaron el disco. One Year of Love Greatest Hits [ gallery full details ] 13 October Good Old Fashioned Loverboy I Want to Break Free Final Concert Live In Japan [ gallery full details ] It was also reissued inand again on DVD in Freddie Singalong Mustapha I Want To Break Free - Queen - Greatest Flix II (VHS) The video was later re-released in as a double DVDand in as a triple DVD or Blu-rayalthough the release lost most of the first video.
Introduction by Queen Enter Sandman Metallica Sad But True Metallica Nothing Else Matters Metallica Queen Medley Extreme Paradise City Guns 'n' Roses Elizabeth Taylor Speech Video 2: Las Palabras De Amor Thank You All The Young Dudes Heroes The DVD features both standard videos, while the laserdisc contains the same tracks, but is essentially a reissue of the ' Box Of Flix ', adding four bonus tracks.
Champions Of The World [ gallery full details ] 6 November Heaven For Everyone My Life Has Been Saved You Don't Fool Me A Winter's Tale Let Me Live Mother Love Greatest Karaoke Flix [ full details ] 18 November Queen Rocks [ gallery full details ] 9 November This is a video equivalent of the album which was previously released in Queen Rocks montage compilation Somebody To Love 5.
Tie Your Mother Down 6. We Will Rock You 7. We Are The Champions 8. Spread Your Wings 9. Bicycle Race Fat Bottomed Girls Don't Stop Me Now Love Of My Life Crazy Little Thing Called Love Save Me Play The Game Another release of these two volumes, which in fact takes the place of these now old versions, saw the light inon a single double DVD release named simply Greatest Video Hits, containing only the first DVD of these releases and leaving out ALL bonus content.
The reason why is beyond my understanding. Due to the way it was filmed, it couldn't be remastered, but the quality is good enough. As a bonus, a second DVD contains interesting interviews and documentaries about those two nights at Wembley, along with rehearsal footage for the tour and seven songs from the Friday concert. Since they did two nights there, Friday and Saturday, they used the first night, in which it rained heavily, as a rehearsal for the film crew, so that they could be ready for the next day.
For years we knew nothing about the Friday concert, and at this point it was said that those seven songs were all that was left of the film. Funnily enough, in Live at Wembley Stadium got a re-release, which is very hard to find today, in a nice boxset with 2 DVDs and 2 CDs with the audio of the Saturday show we all knowand the second DVD contained the full Friday concert that they said it didn't exist. And that concert is as strong, if I Want To Break Free - Queen - Greatest Flix II (VHS) more, than the next day, even with the rain pouring.
It certanly is one of the best concerts of that year, and even if they added some more Hot Space tracks later on in the tour Body Language, Calling All Girls and Life Is Realthey rarely were as strong as on this night. Beautifully recorded and filmed, this is certainly one of the best live releases by Queen.
On the bonus DVD there are some interesting interviews, a photo gallery with a version of Calling All Girls recorded in Japan near the end of the tour, and and even more edited down version of that Live In Japan released in which we talked about at the beginning. I can't see why they had to cut an already incomplete show, but luckily there still are bootlegs around. It's a nice documentary, in which we also get to hear some isolated tracks taken from the album's songs, and interesting I Want To Break Free - Queen - Greatest Flix II (VHS) from that period.
There are more interviews as a bonus, along with a second DVD with the whole album on video, mostly made up by assembled live clips and other random movie clips except for Bohemian Rhapsody and You're My Best Friend, which already had official videos.
Finally the old Montreal video that came out as "We Will Rock You" in got acquired by Queen themselves, and, after years of dodgy releases, in the definitive version of this concert saw the light of day. The video has been remastered in high definition, along with a remixed audio that sounds so much better than the older version, even making some overdubs if still there less noticeable. Flash and The Hero are still missing from the video, but at least they could be found on the accompanying double CD of the same title.
A couple of hours long, the Blu-Ray version is the way to go, mainly because of the bonus material, which brings the total lenght up to nearly four hours also counting a selection of well known videoclips which was all but necessary. Another old video remastered and released in its definitive edition. This time it's the turn of the Budapest one from and, as the Montreal one, sadly it remained as incomplete as the older version, but with a much better video and audio quality now at the correct speed and pitch.
A nice documentary about I Want To Break Free - Queen - Greatest Flix II (VHS) Magic Tour make for a nice but not at all new bonus, and the whole concert was also released on double CD, with no cuts. This is without a doubt one of the best live releases of Queen's whole career.
This DVD is essentially a reissue of the ' Greatest Flix ' video, with additional tracks and material. Flash We Are The Champions Disc 2: I Want To Break Free - Queen - Greatest Flix II (VHS) Old Fashioned Lover Boy Released in the UK and possibly other countries. This is a DVD reissue of the video of the same name. Heaven For Everyone My Life Has Been Saved You Don't Fool Me A Winter's Tale Let Me Live Mother Love Live At Wembley Stadium [ gallery full details ] 1, 9 June Tear It Up Another One Bites I Want To Break Free - Queen - Greatest Flix II (VHS) Dust I Want to Break Free Impromptu Brighton Rock Solo Is This the World We Created?
Hello Mary Lou Goodbye Heart Gimme Some Lovin' The Game [ gallery full details ] 29 September This is a DVD-Audio release of the album.
Need Your Loving Tonight Rock It Don't Try Suicide Sail Away Sweet Sister Coming Soon For the first three months, the UK release was available in an outer card slipcase, while all other countries had a standard DVD.
Scandal Body Language Princes Of The Universe Final Concert Live In Japan [ gallery full details ] Released in Japan only. An unofficial bootleg was also released in under the name 'Live In Japan '. Machines Mustapha intro Jewels [ full details ] 28 April Released in Japan only, and also released as an album. Flash single version Greatest Karaoke Hits [ gallery full details ] 14 June This is a reissue of the video ' Greatest Karaoke Flix ', with four bonus tracks.
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