Queen [CD]

[1973] Queen
[1974] Queen II
[1974] Sheer Heart Attack
[1975] A Night At The Opera
[1976] A Day At The Races
[1977] News Of The World
[1978] Jazz
[1979] Live Killers
[1980] The Game
[1980] Flash Gordon
[1981] Greatest Hits
[1982] Hot Space
[1984] The Works
[1986] A Kind Of Magic
[1986] Live Magic
[1989] The Miracle
[1989] Queen At The Beeb
[1991] Innuendo
[1991] Greatest Hits II
[1991] Classic Queen
[1992] Live At Wembley '86
[1995] Made In Heaven
[1997] Queen Rocks
[1999] Greatest Hits III
[2004] Live At The Bowl
[2007] Queen Rock Montreal

Queen+PR [DVD]

[2005] Return Of The Champions
[2008] The Cosmos Rocks

Queen [DVD-A]

[2002] A Night At The Opera
[2003] The Game

Queen [VHS]

[1981] Greatest Flix
[1982] Live In Japan
[1984] We Will Rock You
[1984] The Works EP
[1985] Live In Rio
[1987] Live In Budapest
[1987] Magic Years
[1989] Rare Live
[1989] The Miracle EP
[1990] Live At Wembley '86
[1991] Greatest Flix II
[1991] Box Of Flix
[1992] Live At Rainbow
[1995] Champions Of The World
[1996] The Films
[1998] Queen Rocks
[1999] Greatest Flix III

Queen [DVD]

[2002] We Will Rock You
[2002] Greatest Video Hits 1
[2003] The Films
[2003] Greatest Video Hits 2
[2003] Live At Wembley Stadium
[2004] Live At The Bowl
[2007] Queen Rock Montreal & Live Aid

Queen+PR [DVD]

[2005] Return Of The Champions

Queen [HD]

[2007] Queen Rock Montreal & Live Aid

Queen [BD]

[2007] Queen Rock Montreal & Live Aid

Freddie Mercury [CD]

[1985] Mr.Bad Guy
[1988] Barcelona
[1992] The Freddie Mercury Album
[1992] The Great Pretender
[2000] The Freddie Mercury Box Set
[2000] Freddie Mercury Solo

Freddie Mercury [VHS]

[1986] The Video EP
[1989] The Barcelona EP
[1993] The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert
[2000] Video Collection

Freddie Mercury [DVD]

[2000] Video Collection
[2002] The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert

Brian May [CD]

[1983] Starfleet
[1991] Back To The Light
[1994] Live At The Brixton Academy
[1998] Another World
[2000] Furia Soundtrack

Brian May [VHS]

[1994] Live At The Brixton Academy

Roger Taylor [CD]

[1981] Fun In Space
[1984] Strange Frontier
[1994] Happiness?
[1998] Electric Fire
[2013] Fun On Earth

Roger Taylor [VHS]

[1998] Live At The Cyberbarn

The Cross

[1988] Shove It
[1990] Mad, Bad And Dangerous To Know
[1991] Blue Rock

John Deacon [CD]

[1986] No Turning Back (singl)

Path: Queen - Royal Legend - Discography: Magic Years VHS

Discography: Magic Years VHS

Release Date: 30 December 1987
Volume One
The Foundations
From their formation in 1971 at London's Imperial College to the sensational presentation of their "Best Single Of The Last 25 years" award for "Bohemian Rhapsody" Queen's early days are depicted with unseen archive footage, gripping video montages and the humorous reminiscences of their peers, predecessors and now famous fans. From Jackie Stewart to Paul McCartney , they've all got a tale to tell. Early black and white Queen interviews are inter cut with footage of their first Rainbow concert, first tv air play, first Top Of The Pops appearance ('Killer Queen') and video taping of their early hits 'Keep Yourself Alive' and 'Liar' which have never been seen before.
Queen's visual interpretation of 'Bohemian Rhapsody' is uncontestedly acknowledged as the first important music video and this volume contains a comprehensive overview of the video's that have firmly placed Queen in the vanguard of the genre they kick started in '75.
Volume one closes with a candid portrait of Queen at work in the studio, which, condensed from the only session filming ever permitted during the bands's studio career, unflinchingly depicts the techniques and tensions involved in the recording of one of their biggest hits.
Volume Two
Live Killers In The Making
From the first outbreak of Queenmania on their 1974 Japanese tour to the bands performance in front of the worlds largest rock festival, 325 000 in Rio De Janeiro 1985, this volume traces Queen's developments as a live band with never before seen footage of many of the major shows. There is film of an early Earl's Court show, as rare early 80's Parisian date and the tour which conquered America, featuring one of first performances of 'We Will Rock You' and 'We Are The Champions' (filmed in Houston). Throughout there are hilarious excerpts - courtesy of Korean, Brazilian, American and Japanese TV - from which the most out-to-lunch interviews with which the band have been confronted over the years, together with further comments and quips from famous names such as Jeff Beck, David Bowie and Ringo Starr.
Volume Three
Crowning In Glory
Queen's appearance at Live Aid kicks off this portrait of the group's massive 1986 European tour. Following the tour trail from two sell-out shows in Wembley Stadium, via their first gig behind the Iron Curtain (at Budapest's Nepstadium), to its triumphal conclusion in front of 120,000 fans at Knebworth, an intimate picture emerges of life on the road. Footage of Queen preparing, playing, partying and unwinding is peppered with the individual band members' revealing views of the touring life, the comments of their most committed fans and anecdotes from the roadies, security men and promoters that made it all possible. The cream of the pop world queue up to pass judgement on the group which Bob Geldof describes as "one of the biggest live bands on the face of the planet".