80's music videos on DVD :)

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  1. Craig: Mclaren

    Craig: Mclaren Second Unit

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    I got ZZ Top, Van Halen, Depeche Mode and The Police but theres so much more i want. Duran Duran, Spandau Ballet,Huey Lewis and the News, Billy Idol etc. I hear plans are afoot for Duran Duran and Spandau Ballet DVD packages. Anybody got any info? [​IMG]
     
  2. Tim H

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    From Duran Duran's official site, www.duranduran.com :

    DURAN DURAN: GREATEST
    Set No: 07243 490797 9 3
    DVD 1:


    1. Planet Earth *
    2. Girls On Film (Long uncensored version) *
    3. The Chauffeur
    4. Hungry Like The Wolf
    5. Save A Prayer
    6. Rio
    7. Is There Something I Should Know?
    8. Union Of The Snake *
    9. New Moon On Monday (E.P Version) *
    10. The Reflex
    11. Wild Boys (7" Edit Version) *
    12. A View To A Kill



    DVD 2:


    1. Notorious
    2. Skin Trade
    3. I Don't Want Your Love
    4. All She Wants Is
    5. Serious *
    6. Burning The Ground
    7. Ordinary World
    8. Come Undone (Uncensored version) *
    9. Electric Barbarella


    This DVD also contains alternate versions of the videos marked * along with interview footage, EPK's, La Galerie De Duran and a DVD-ROM section.


    DVD-ROM Section contains:


    Weblink to the official Duran Duran website


    Is There Something I Should Know? - approx 30 minute audio only question and answer session recorded with Nick and Simon 1999


    Photo Gallery - featuring over 80 images from throughout the band's career


    Lyrics to all songs featured on the DVD


    A screen saver and wallpapers


    Extras:


    Planet Earth (Club Version)
    A Day In The Life featurette
    Girls On Film (long uncensored version - alternate ending)
    Girls On Film (short censored version)
    Nick and Simon discuss the recording and production of the album Seven & The Ragged Tiger
    Union of the Snake (Dancing On The Valentine version)
    New Moon On Monday (Movie Version)
    New Moon On Monday (Edit Master # 1)
    New Moon On Monday (Edit Master # 2)
    New Moon On Monday (Video version for Top Of the Pops)
    Interview by Paul Gambaccini with Roger, Andy and Simon about Wild Boys
    Wild Boys (Long Arena Version)
    Interview by Paul Gambaccini with John, Andy about A View To A Kill
    Liberty album EPK featuring interviews with John, Nick, Simon, Warren & Sterling, rehearsal footage and the Violence of Summer video
    Serious - 3 Alternate edits on a split screen/multi angle feature
    The Wedding Album - UK Television Commercial
    Come Undone (Censored version)

    No release date given yet. The site initially said September, but the R2 version is set for October 27th, so the R1 may come out around the same time.
     
  3. TomF

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    I assume you are looking for concept videos like they played on MTV (as opposed to concert videos). I bought a couple music video compiliations on DVD at DVD Empire. They seem to be mostly 80s videos, although some are from the 90s. Spandau Ballet and Duran Duran are on a couple of them. Do a search on DVD Empire for "Big Hits." Under the Customers Also Bought section, you'll find others in the series--I think there are about 10 total. Not the greatest quality in the world, but I found them acceptable.

    P.S.--That Duran Duran DVD set sounds great [​IMG]
     
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    [​IMG] That Duran Duran DVD sounds incredible! MINE!!!!!
     
  5. Craig: Mclaren

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    [​IMG] That Duran Duran DVD looks the biz. I can't wait to see them live in Glasgow next year.

    I remember seeing some of those Big Hits DVD collections in Virgin Megastore. I'll check them out. Hopefully Huey, Billy Idol etc can release a video collection DVD soon. Man I love the 80's! [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    This DVD looks awesome.
     
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    Please tell me that this duran duran dvd is being released in region 1 !
     
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    I was wondering if the Meatloaf DVD has the MTV videos or if it is concert footage?
     
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    Dead or Alive has a new DVD compilation out in R2. Includes all their 80's videos, as well as the full-length Rip It Up concert from Japan as an extra. Obviously, the title is a nod to Pete Burns' ever-changing appearance. :wink: [​IMG]
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    Promotional Videos:
    1. You Spin Me Round (2003 version)
    2. Brand New Lover 12"
    3. Something In My House
    4. Turn Around & Count 2 Ten 12"
    5. Come Home With Me Baby 12"
    6. Lover Come Back
    7. In Too Deep
    8. Save You All My Kisses
    9. Your Sweetness is Your Weakness
    10. Hooked on Love
    11. My Heart Goes Bang
    12. That's The Way
    13. I'd Do Anything
    14. You Spin Me Round (original)

    Special Features:
    1. Rip it Up Live in Japan (full length concert)
    2. Lover Come Back from Razzmatazz (10th April 1985)
    3. Misty Circles from Razzmatazz (21st June 1983)
    4. Flowers from Celebration (20th November 1980)
    5. It's Been Hours Now from Exchange Flags (1982)
    6. Rebel Rebel

    Not sure why it doesn't include some of the newer tracks from the Nukleopatra and Fragile albums. [​IMG]
     
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    In the spirit of my last post, here are all the DVDs I currently own that have 80's MTV-type videos on them (whether concert or concept videos). Hey, on a related note, I met Alan Hunter once...great guy!

    All these pics (except for one...guess which! [​IMG] ) are Amazon's, so that's where the %-off thing comes from:

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    Air Supply: The Definitive DVD Collection
    Blondie: Greatest Video Hits
    Def Leppard: Historia/In The Round In Your Face
    Def Leppard: Visualize/Video Archive
    Eurythmics: Greatest Hits - Platinum Performances
    Hall & Oates Video Collection: 7 Big Ones
    Houston, Whitney: The Greatest Hits
    I Want My DVD: Vol. 1
    I Want My DVD: Vol. 2
    Jackson, Janet: Design of a Decade 1986/1996
    Jackson, Michael: Video Greatest Hits • HIStory
    Lauper, Cyndi: Twelve Deadly Cyns... And Then Some
    Madonna: The Immaculate Collection
    Meat Loaf: Hits out of Hell
    Moody Blues: Legend of a Band
    MTV 20 Collection: Rock/Pop/Beats/Jams
    Police, The: Every Breath You Take
    Pop-Up Video '80's
    Prince: The Hits Collection
    Pure '80's The DVD
    Queen: The DVD Collection: Greatest Video Hits 1
    Rush Chronicles: The DVD Collection
    Stewart, Rod: Storyteller 1984-1991
    Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Playback
    Turner, Tina: Simply The Best: The Video Collection
    Van Halen: Video Hits Volume 1
    Yankovic, "Weird Al": The Videos
     
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    I know that this will never see the light of day, but I would really like to see a Milli Vanilli compilation.

    Their coverup aside, the music was rhythmic and enticing, and enjoyable.

    Bill
     
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    A-ha has got a "greatest hits" collection on dvd called "headlines and deadlines". In my mind it doesn't get any more 80s than "Take on me"....

    If you're multiregional, it seems korean R3 has a few exclusives to offer:

    Duran Duran

    Guns'n Roses: Welcome to the videos , as well as a 2-disc set from their 1992 Tour
    Both are in DTS...........
     
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    I want Devo
     
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    What do you all think this is Christmas? LOL

    Add to that Jefferson Starship Greatest hits, Yeah I know Grace Slick will sing about her 'White Rabbit' and "Somebody to Love". There is also the the other version of Sara, unlike Stevie Nicks Of Fleetwood Mac Fame.

    I got Blondie(Deborah Harry) when she looked so good! I also have the rap "Thriller' with Vincent Price and boy wonder Jocko trying to sing. A good DVD would have both Duran Duran and AHa together, for both groups sang a title on a Jame Bond Movie. Set the bass all the way up and I am tweaking dude. I just received my "Turtles" DVD 90 minutes of rocumentary amongst some great tunes of the sixties. [​IMG]
     
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    Was seeing on one site this past Friday at work (sorry, don't have the name of the site here at home), that September is the new release date of a DVD collection from Pat Benatar. If so, hope it happens this time....

    By the way...her brand new album GO is wonderful! If you liked her in the 80's and the 90's...you are sure to find something to love in 2003![​IMG]
     
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    Since it's been mentioned, I gotta say that you WON'T want "I Want My DVD"- I have vol. 2 and it's unbelievably awful. All the videos look like they were taken from a VHS tape- the sound is mono and the beginning and end of a lot of them are cut off. I've watched it a few times just to marvel at how awful it is- my Philips DVD recorder has produced discs much better than this one! (What was up with them splitting that into 2 volumes anyways; they easily could've fit both on one disc!)
    I've got a lot of older videos on laserdisc (just found Depeche Mode "Some Great Videos" today at the flea market!) and I've borrowed a few from friends to put on recordable DVD (I'll buy the legitimate releases if they ever come out!)
    I actually bought "Milli Vanilli In Motion" on VHS a while ago for a laugh; wish I'd grabbed it on laserdisc when I had the chance!
     

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