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This page includes details of all related releases containing Queen tracks. It generally only contains releases which contain exclusive songs, exclusive mixes of songs, or live tracks.
46664: Part 1: African Prayer
CD: Features Queen and Dave Stewart performing 'Say It's Not True'.
46664: Part 2: Long Walk To Freedom
CD: Features Queen performing 'Invincible Hope', '46664 - The Call' and 'The Show Must Go On', and collaborations with The Corrs and Andrea Corr.
46664: Part 3: Amandla
CD: Features Queen performing 'Amandla', 'Bohemian Rhapsody', 'I Want It All', 'I Want To Break Free', 'Radio Ga Ga', 'We Will Rock You' and 'We Are The Champions'.
46664: The Event
DVD: Contains the same tracks as the above CD's, with an additional collaboration with Zucchero on 'Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime'.
A Knight's Tale
CD: Contains an exclusive re-recording of 'We Are The Champions' with Robbie Williams, as well as the studio version of 'We Will Rock You'.
DVD/Video: Contains an edit of the above 'We Are The Champions' track, and an exclusive version of 'We Will Rock You'.
A Night At The Apollo
Double CD: Contains a full live performance by the Queen Extravaganza, at the Hammersmith Odeon, London, England, on 20 November 2016. Although there is no direct Queen involvement, the tribute band was formed by Roger Taylor.
A Symphony Of British Music
CD/Download: Contains edited versions of 'Bohemian Rhapsody', Freddie's Singalong, Brian's Guitar Solo, and 'We Will Rock You' with Jessie J, from the London 2012 Olympics Closing Ceremony
(Is This The Way To) Amarillo
Enhanced CD/DVD : Contains the video of the track, featuring Roger and Brian.
Basic Beats Sampler
CD. A Hollywood Records promotional CD from 1992, which includes the Rick Rubin remix of 'We Will Rock You', a remix of 'Another One Bites The Dust', and tracks by other artists.
DVD: A documentary film about guitarist Mick Ronson, which includes footage of the below tracks, with interviews over the top, as well as interviews with Roger. The main menu also contains a short edit of 'All The Young Dudes'.
Album: Features Queen performing 'All The Young Dudes' (with Mick Ronson, Ian Hunter and David Bowie) and 'Heroes' (with Mick Ronson and David Bowie) at the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert in 1992 (CD, Double LP, Double Red Vinyl LP)
Concerts For The People Of Kampuchea
LP. Contains a live version of 'Now I'm Here' from Queen's performance at the Hammersmith Odeon on 26 December 1979. Released in Japan, Germany, Brazil and Portugal.
DVD: Contains the 'Theatrical Trailer' version of 'Flash'.
Silver Anniversary DVD: Contains the same theatrical trailer, commentaries by Mike Hodges and Brian Blessed, and a long Mike Hodges interview.
30th Anniversary Blu-ray: Includes the same Mike Hodges commentary, and a short interview with him, but not the theatrical trailer.
40th Anniversary DVD, Blu-ray and Boxed Set: Includes the film in 4K Ultra High definition, commentaries by Mike Hodges and Brian Blessed (possibly the same as the 30th anniversary), and new featurettes. The Blu-ray adds an 'On The Soundtrack' feature with Brian and Howard Blake, while the boxed set adds the album soundtrack and various merchandise.
See also the Queen album, single, and Vanguard remix.
Video: Contains the original versions of many of the tracks from the 'A Kind Of Magic' album, and the non-album 'New York, New York'.
DVD, 30th Anniversary DVD/Blu-ray: Same tracks as the video, but adds a medley of 'Don't Lose Your Head' and 'Princes Of The Universe', as used in the film trailer.
'The Immortal Edition' DVD & CD set: As the above video, but adds short edits of 'A Kind Of Magic' and 'Princes Of The Universe', used in the DVD menus, and an exclusive extended version of 'One Year Of Love'.
DVD: free DVD given away with the 'News Of The World' on 22 January 2006, contains the original film in a card sleeve, with no bonus material.
While a film soundtrack is mentioned in the film credits, no such album has ever been released, although an unofficial album is available which is often claimed to be a promo.
See also the Queen album 'A Kind Of Magic'.
Heaven And Hull
CD. Contains a live version of 'All The Young Dudes' performed by Queen with David Bowie, Ian Hunter and Mick Ronson, at the 1992 Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert. Released in the UK and USA only.
Hyde Park / Skin And Bones
DVD. Contains live versions of 'We Will Rock You' and 'Tie Your Mother Down', performed by the Foo Fighters with Brian and Roger. See also the album 'Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, Vol 6: 2000-2001' and the entries in the Brian May collaborations discography.
One Voice - The Greatest Hits
CD. Contains the re-recorded version of 'We Will Rock You' with John Farnham. Brian also appears on a 2020 live version of 'You're The Voice' with John Farnham, Olivia-Newton John and Mitch Tambo.
DVD: Contains Queen's complete performance at the 1985 Live Aid concert (which was also released as part of the double DVD edition of Queen Rock Montreal).
Live Aid - 20 Years Ago Today
DVD: Contains highlights from the concert, including 'Radio Ga Ga'.
London 2012 Olympic Games
DVD/Blu-ray: Contains 'Bohemian Rhapsody', Freddie's Singalong, Brian's Guitar Solo, and 'We Will Rock You' with Jessie J, from the London 2012 Olympics Closing Ceremony
Party At The Palace
CD: Contains live versions of 'God Save The Queen', 'Radio Ga Ga', 'We Will Rock You' and 'We Are The Champions', and collaborations with Joe Cocker, Phil Collins, Paul McCartney, Cliff Richard and S Club 7.
DVD: Same tracks as the CD, but adds 'Bohemian Rhapsody'.
Pavarotti - The Greatest Hits
CD: Contains 'Too Much Love Will Kill You', performed by Queen and Pavarotti at the Pavarotti & Friends Concert in Modena, Italy, in 2003.
See also the entry in the Brian May discography.
Peter Kay - Live At The Manchester Arena
DVD: Contains the original video, 'alternate video' and photo gallery of '(Is This The Way To) Amarillo'.
Download. Exclusive to the Amazon and iTunes US stores, this contains 'We Will Rock You' and 'Tie Your Mother Down', performed in New York in 2001, with the latter featuring Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins. See also the DVD 'Hyde Park / Skin And Bones' and the entries in the Brian May collaborations discography.
Saturday Night Live: 25 Years Of Music
US DVD: Contains 'Crazy Little Thing Called Love', performed on 'Saturday Night Live' on 25 September 1982, which was Queen's only live TV appearance (since released on 'The Game' 2011 iTunes LP). It is available as a single DVD (volume 2) or as part of a set.
Video. Contains the promo video to 'Body Language' which was exclusive to the compilation for many years (though now available on 'Greatest Video Hits II').
Video/DVD: Contains two short edits of the Small Soldiers remix of 'Another One Bites The Dust'.
CD: Contains the 'I Want It All / We Will Rock You' Mash Up, by Queen featuring Armageddon
DVD/Blu-ray: Contains the above track (probably edited)
DVD: Contains a number of reworked Queen tracks and a new exclusive Guitar Solo by Brian.
The Best Air Guitar Album In The World.... II
Double CD: Compiled by Brian, and includes 'God Save The Queen' (live version from the Party At The Palace).
The Queen Symphony
CD/LP/DVD: Features a series of classical pieces, inspired by Queen tracks.
CD. Contains the re-recorded version of 'We Will Rock You' with John Farnham.