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Ultimate Collection: 1997

Postby John S Stuart » Tue Oct 04, 2005 6:17 am

Ultimate Collection: 1997

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)

1997

Queen: Queen Rocks
UK CD -Parlophone 823 0912
Released: 3 November 1997
We Will Rock You, Tie Your Mother Down, I Want It All, Seven Seas Of Rhye, I Cant Live With You (1997 Rocks Retake), Hammer To Fall, Stone Cold Crazy, Now I’m Here, Fat Bottomed Girls, Keep Yourself Alive, Tear It Up, One Vision, Sheer Heart Attack, I’m In Love With My Car, Put Out The Fire, Headlong, It’s Late, No One But You

I Can't Live With You
Innuendo Album Version - Parlophone CDP 79 5887 2
Innuendo LP Vinyl 4:05 (Early Fade) - Parlophone PCSD 115
US CD 12” Radio 4:29 Bran Malouf Remix
US CD 12” Radio 4:13 Bran Malouf Remix Edit
1997 Rock's Retake - Queen Rocks: Parlophone 823 0912
1998 eYe Full Instrumental - Electronic Arts DDE05501 101S

I'm In Love With My Car
Album Version - A Night At The Opera: EMI CDP 7 46207 2
UK 7"Unsegued - Japan 3" CDS TODP 2253 (Bo Rhap B-side)
Japan 7" Unsegued - Japan 3" CDS TODP 2253 (Bo Rhap B-side)
1991 Mike Shipley Remix - ANATO: US 1991 Hollywood HR-61065-2
1997 Revs Intro Version - Queen Rocks: Parlophone 823 0912
Roger Taylor solo demo version - Wanted: Unreleased

No One But You
Album Version - Queen Rocks: Parlophone 823 0912
Viva Television Demo - Unreleased: Home Mini-Disc
Promotional Video - Greatest Flix III
US B&W Promotional Video Version - Unreleased: Home Video

Brian May/Roger Taylor: Unreleased, Queen Lifetime Achievement Award Viva TV

Brian May: Unreleased, Steve Wright BBC Radio Two Interview, 08 November 1997.
No One But You, Tie Your Mother Down

Brian May/Roger Taylor: Unreleased, BBC World Service Pop On The Line, 16 Nov 1997
No One But You, I Can't Live With You '97

Brian May: Unreleased, This Morning ITV, 24 November 1997
No One But You Interview

Brian May: Unreleased, Sky News, 24 November 1997
No One But You Interview

Queen: Unreleased, Jam – Viva, 14 December 1997

Maurice Bejart: Unreleased, Ballet For Life, 17 Jan 1997
Paris Premiere, 17 Jan 1977, National Theatre De Challiot
Performed: Bejart Ballet Lausanne.
Produced: Rocky Oldham & Jim Beach.
Director: David Mallet.
Choreography: Bejart
Music: Queen & Mozart.
Costumes: Gianni Versace
The Show Must Go On: Queen (Brian May, Roger Taylor, John Deacon) + Elton John
It’s A Beautiful Day, Time, Let Me Live, Brighton Rock, Heaven For Everyone, I Was Born To Love You, Cosi Fan Tutte, Thamos, Get Down Make Love, Piano Concerto No 21, You Take My Breath Away, Masonic Funeral Music K477, Sinfonia Concertante in E Flat Major K364, Radio Ga Ga, A Winter's Tale, The Millionaire Waltz, Brighton Rock, Bohemian Rhapsody, I Want To Break Free, The Show Must Go on

Cover Artists: Tributo A Queen
Released 1997
Spanish Queen Tribute CD.
Another One Bites The Dust - Illya Kuryaki And The Valderramas
Play The Game - Aterciopelados
We are The Champions - La Union
We Will Rock You - El General
These Are The Days Of Our Lives - Antonio Vega
Some Day, One Day - Soda Stereo
Save Me - Soraya
Bohemian Rhapsody - Molotov
All Dead, All Dead - Fito Paez
I Want To Break Free - Ketama
Under Pressure - Fobia
Love Of My Life - Paulo Ricardo (Spain)
Crazy Little Thing Called Love - Pablo Dagnino
Somebody To Love - Aleks Syntek And La Gente Normal
Love Of My Life - Paulo Ricardo (Portugal)
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Postby DazQueen85 » Thu Oct 20, 2005 8:13 pm

Apparently there is an earlier version of the "Queen Rocks" tracklist 'leaked' or written somewhere (FC mag?)... does anyone know about it and could they post it here please? I've seen a different list which was the same songs, though in a different order and the inclusion of Killer Queen strangely...
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Postby Filipe » Thu Oct 20, 2005 8:19 pm

Who is Paulo Ricardo?

Nice job John. :)

Darren Queen Rocks were supposed to have a TYMD remix and ICLWY was supposed to be released as a single.
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Postby DazQueen85 » Fri Oct 21, 2005 5:03 pm

Filipe wrote:Who is Paulo Ricardo?

Nice job John. :)

Darren Queen Rocks were supposed to have a TYMD remix and ICLWY was supposed to be released as a single.


Indeed this is true Filipe. Anyone know about an earlier tracklist?
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Postby Lester Burnham » Fri Oct 21, 2005 5:10 pm

I was asking about this myself, maybe over on Queenzone. I know that 'Modern Times Rock 'n' Roll' was shortlisted, and maybe even 'If You Can't Beat Them'? Your best bet might be to email Jacky herself, because I recall seeing the tracklisting on the fan club site. I recall that it ended with 'It's Late' and it may have also had 'Ogre Battle' on there as well.

I wonder why a follow-up hasn't been put out yet. I guess we are to assume that Queen only had seventeen rock songs in their catalog!
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Postby DazQueen85 » Fri Oct 21, 2005 5:28 pm

Lester Burnham wrote:I was asking about this myself, maybe over on Queenzone. I know that 'Modern Times Rock 'n' Roll' was shortlisted, and maybe even 'If You Can't Beat Them'? Your best bet might be to email Jacky herself, because I recall seeing the tracklisting on the fan club site. I recall that it ended with 'It's Late' and it may have also had 'Ogre Battle' on there as well.

I wonder why a follow-up hasn't been put out yet. I guess we are to assume that Queen only had seventeen rock songs in their catalog!


Ah good idea about Jacky... I read somewhere that Brian wasn't happen that the record company kind of 'took over' the project and made them put a lot of hits in, where he wanted earlier album tracks.
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Postby DREAMASTER » Fri Oct 21, 2005 8:14 pm

I would like to have this version US CD 12” Radio 4:29 Bran Malouf Remix
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Re: Ultimate Collection: 1997

Postby RMT Fan » Wed Feb 25, 2009 8:40 am

Hi John, I think you should consider here Jonathan Perkins recordings.
"Draining Venus" album - recorded 1997/1998 at Cosford Mill, but all songs with RT (stated below) were recorded in 1997.

"Highway 45"
Roger Taylor, Chainsaw.

"She's Rich"
Roger Taylor, Bass Drum / Snare.

"This Way Up"
Roger Taylor Backing Vocals

(for reference go to jpperkins.com, discography, draining venus, click on the cover and full track listing should appear; OIQFC magazine Summer 1999)
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Postby bigV » Thu May 14, 2009 6:06 pm

Lester Burnham wrote:I was asking about this myself, maybe over on Queenzone. I know that 'Modern Times Rock 'n' Roll' was shortlisted, and maybe even 'If You Can't Beat Them'? Your best bet might be to email Jacky herself, because I recall seeing the tracklisting on the fan club site. I recall that it ended with 'It's Late' and it may have also had 'Ogre Battle' on there as well.

I wonder why a follow-up hasn't been put out yet. I guess we are to assume that Queen only had seventeen rock songs in their catalog!


This might shed some light on the subject:

http://queenpedia.com/index.php?title=USA_CD_Promos

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Re: Re:

Postby Kes » Fri Aug 07, 2009 4:07 pm

bigV wrote:
Lester Burnham wrote:I was asking about this myself, maybe over on Queenzone. I know that 'Modern Times Rock 'n' Roll' was shortlisted, and maybe even 'If You Can't Beat Them'? Your best bet might be to email Jacky herself, because I recall seeing the tracklisting on the fan club site. I recall that it ended with 'It's Late' and it may have also had 'Ogre Battle' on there as well.

I wonder why a follow-up hasn't been put out yet. I guess we are to assume that Queen only had seventeen rock songs in their catalog!


This might shed some light on the subject:

http://queenpedia.com/index.php?title=USA_CD_Promos

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We're talking Lester here. He's almost certainly bright enough to know about the Rocks Vols 1-4 EPs already, so what he's on about is a totally different thing, V.
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Re: Re:

Postby bigV » Sat Aug 08, 2009 1:17 pm

Kes wrote:We're talking Lester here. He's almost certainly bright enough to know about the Rocks Vols 1-4 EPs already, so what he's on about is a totally different thing, V.


Granted, but I meant that these 4 EPs may be an indication that "Queen Rocks Vol. 2" was planned and abandoned somewhere along the way.

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Re: Re:

Postby Kes » Tue Aug 18, 2009 2:39 pm

bigV wrote:
Kes wrote:We're talking Lester here. He's almost certainly bright enough to know about the Rocks Vols 1-4 EPs already, so what he's on about is a totally different thing, V.


Granted, but I meant that these 4 EPs may be an indication that "Queen Rocks Vol. 2" was planned and abandoned somewhere along the way.

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No, I don't think there's any indication of that at all. It was just a "title" that someone was coincidentally playing with, like Classic Queen, which was a promo incarnation with Capitol, and a sell through release with Hollywood. Two totally different projects.

The four Hollywood 'Rocks' Promo EPs were released only by Hollywood in 1991 to promote the first issue of Queen's album collection on CD in the USA, and then a completely different project, but sharing the same title was released in 1998, as a global release instigated by QPL.
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