Greatest Video Hits 2

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Greatest Video Hits 2
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Produced by Simon Lupton and Rhys Thomas
Starring Freddie Mercury
Brian May
Roger Taylor
John Deacon
Music by Queen
Release date(s) 2003
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Greatest Video Hits 2 is the second DVD of music videos from the English band, Queen. It was released in November 2003, and included video hits of the band between 1981 to 1989. It was at number one in UK, in its first week. It also peaked at number 1 in Ireland. In that same year the DVD was number 2 in Spain, and number 4 in Italy. It was certified 2 platinum awards in UK, platinum in France and Australia, gold in Germany, Spain, Poland and other countries.

It features an option for audio commentary from both Brian May and Roger Taylor on each music video, reflecting on their memories and opinions of each video.

The music videos from Innuendo were not included in the DVD. They were replaced with the songs, "Las Palabras de Amor", "Body Language", "Princes of the Universe", and "Scandal."

Disc one[edit]

  1. A Kind of Magic
  2. I Want It All
  3. Radio Ga Ga
  4. I Want to Break Free
  5. Breakthru
  6. Under Pressure
  7. Scandal
  8. Who Wants to Live Forever
  9. The Miracle
  10. It's a Hard Life
  11. The Invisible Man
  12. Las Palabras de Amor
  13. Friends Will Be Friends
  14. Body Language
  15. Hammer to Fall
  16. Princes of the Universe
  17. One Vision

Disc two[edit]

Hot Space section Volume 1[edit]

The Works section Volume 2[edit]

  • Montreux Golden Rose Pop Festival
  • Interviews, including one with Freddie Mercury.

A Kind of Magic section Volume 3[edit]

  • Montreux Golden Rose Pop Festival
  • Interviews
  • One Vision documentary
  • 'Extended Vision' video

The Miracle section Volume 4[edit]

Audio[edit]

  • PCM Stereo
  • DTS 5.1 (for Disc 1 only and those marked with an asterisk on Disc 2)
  • Commentary from Roger Taylor and Brian May on each Music Video.
  • UK copies have a few seconds of introduction by Jonathan Ross dubbed at the end of Miracle Interviews by accident!

Charts and certifications[edit]

References[edit]