A compilation of Queen's hits set in chronological order so the viewer can trace the band's development.
Icky Flix is the title of a combined DVD and CD set released by the band The Residents as part of their 30th anniversary celebration in 2001. Where the DVD featured the videos and both original and re-recorded versions of the songs, the CD featured a number of the newly recorded highlights.
Music Video Collection from Queen between 1981 and 1991
Tracklisting: 1. Under Pressure (Rah Remix) 2. These Are The Days Of Our Lives 3. Princes Of The Universe 4. Barcelona (Freddie Mercury & Montserrat Caballe) 5. Too Much Love Will Kill You (Queen 'DoRo' version) (promo edit) 6. Somebody To Love (live version with George Michael) 7. The Great Pretender (Freddie Mercury) 8. Heaven For Everyone (David Mallet video) 9. Las Palabras De Amor (The Words Of Love) 10. Let Me Live 11. Living On My Own (Freddie Mercury) (1993 radio remix) 12. You Don't Fool Me 13. Driven By You (Brian May) 14. No-One But You (Only The Good Die Young) 15. The Show Must Go On (live version with Elton John) 16. Thank God It's Christmas (title track)
This DVDs (Greatest Flix I and II) were the very first version of Queen's "Greatest Hits" on DVD. Even though most people consider them a bootleg, on the original Queen Web site they were listed as official. It's a great collection, with great sound and the original videos (some of them were later changed).
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