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Queen - Greatest Video Hits #02 (2 Dvd)
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Clips remasterisés en 16/9 par David Mallet. Audio remixé en DTS 96/24 plein débit en 5.1
Liste des titres :
01 - A Kind of Magic (4'17")
02 - I Want It All (4'01")
03 - Radio Ga Ga (5'42")
04 - I Want to Break Free (4'18")
05 - Breakthru (4'17")
06 - Under Pressure (3'51")
07 - Scandal (4'37")
08 - Who Wants to Live Forever (4'55")
09 - The Miracle (5'11")
10 - It's A Hard Life (4'05")
11 - The Invisible Man (4'17")
12 - Las palabras de amor (4'32")
13 - Friends Will Be Friends (4'23")
14 - Body Language (4'31")
15 - Hammer to Fall (3'45")
16 - Princes of the Universe (3'44")
17 - One Vision (4'12")
La compilation la plus complète des vidéos des Queen, avec un remixage en 5.1 et de nombreuses images inédites !
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Si parla di ogni tour e si inizia dall'Hot Space Tour per poi passare al The Works Tour, Magic Tour e making of The Miracle Album. Spezzoni di concerti della band, partecipazioni a televisioni private per pubblicizzare gli album, interviste integre a tutti i componenti della band, il dietro le quinte di tantissimi video musicali, la realizzazione della copertina dell'album The Miracle con relativa intervista al grafico che la realizzò e tantissime altre chicche veramente interessanti che ogni appassionato dei Queen dovrebbe avere.
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Let's deal with the downs. Queen has once again decided to reformat their videos for a widescreen presentation, in other words the videos are *not* in their original aspect ratio (with the exception of 1 or 2 clips.) This utter disregard for the director's original intent is something that everyone should criticize. If something was filmed for a full screen presentation, then it should be shown that way. Queen have still refused to explain this ridiculous decision. "A Kind of Magic" and "Hammer to Fall" look the worst because of this mindless matting with the former causing everyone to look "fat" and the latter making everyone looked stretched "thin." Color saturation also continues to be a problem as well as contrast. Director David Mallet was in charge of the "remastering" and he's done an awful job of it (and that includes 'Video Hits 1'.) Yes, these videos look a bit better than volume 1 but that's because they're more recent, not because of somebody "cleaning up" the videos. If this is "remastered" then my name is George W. Bush.
On the other hand the DTS surround mixes are exceptional (as always.) However the 5.1 label is rather misleading as the center speaker is rarely used (and I stress "rarely") so DTS 4.1 might be a better description. Anyway, the sound is rich, crisp and clean, especially the mixes of "The Miracle" tracks.
The audio commentary by Brian May and Roger Taylor is very frank and honest - when they hate a video like "It's a Hard Life", they come right out and say it. Roger is usually pretty funny. Thankfully they decided not to edit in old audio clips of Freddie Mercury and John Deacon into the mix as they did with 'Video Hits 1.' They just didn't fit in.
The bonus material on disc 2 is something of a mixed bag. The "Hot Space" section offers the best of the lot with rare video clips like "Back Chat" being included WITH DTS and audio commentary (unlike GVH1 which were just thrown on there.) The live clip of "Staying Power" was awesome and I hope it's a teaser for a forthcoming "Milton Keynes" DVD.
All of the interview segments were generally boring, I would've prefered new interview footage so that Brian and Roger could put the albums/videos into perspective after all these years.
The Montreux "performances" where Queen mimed to songs was just painful to watch. (Speaking of painful, there's an easter egg on disc 2 featuring a version of "Who Wants To Live Forever" by 1 of Brian May's kids and it will certainly make you cringe.)
The making of segments for "The Miracle" videos were interesting though but there just wasn't enough of it. More behind-the-sceens material please!
The DVDs menus continue to improve however the packaging such as the cover art barely fit in the case, it seems it's too small and comes up short because you can see the holes in the DVDs case. A minor complaint I know.
Anyway, Queen's DVDs could be the best on the market but their continuing disregard for OAR (Original Aspect Ratio) is alarming, cutting off vital pieces of the picture frame and the resulting distortion of the image really brings the overall quality down a great deal. However I suppose you can always turn your TV off and listen to the surround mixes (which is a shame, this is DVD we're talking about, an audio AND visual format. Sadly Queen seem to put more effort into how it sounds rather than how it looks.)
The disc 1, has 17 tracks, mostly the same as Greatest Flix 2, but 4 tracks different. I suspect they will hold the four tracks over to Greatest Hits 3.
The track listing is covered in other reviews.Please note that, as I have found, if you have a slightly older DVD player, or a PC with older, or "incompatible" decoder software, you will get a video stutter, that does not affect the audio, which is, in 5.1, truly Magnificent, but the stutter is an indicator of a faulty "codec". I think Brian and Rogers supervision may have had a hand in this quality control in the audio, and the videos, where you get to see the video from start to finish( unlike the "Do-Ro" edits that chopped start and finish in most tracks. The commentary by Brian and Roger is only slightly enlightening, and whilst Brian is mostly more upbeat, Roger has a distinctly cynical tone, but still enjoyable; I just wished they had talked more, instead of keeping to a minimalist tone.
Disc 2 is a great revalation for fans with the VHS tapes. You will see where some of the rare quick cuts in the VHS tapes actually come from. The inteviews are truly classic, and a pleasure to have. For the most part it is a behind the scenes look, but overall it is just great.
I still hope that the VHS tape material gets converted to DVD, and I especially hope that the 1976 live concert in Hyde park gets "rediscovered"; its a pleasure to see and listen in carefully created 5.1 such excellent material.
It would be a great project for Steven Wilson.