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  • Avg Rating:

    4.86 / 5
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QueenThe Highlander Selection

Label:EMI – EMCDV 2
Format:
CDV, 5", Single, Promo, Sampler, PAL
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Classic Rock

Tracklist

Audio
1Princes Of The Universe3:33
2One Year Of Love4:28
3Who Wants To Live Forever?5:17
4Don't Lose Your Head4:38
Video
5It's A Kind Of Magic4:14
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Notes

J-card case with custom black/green picture insert.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Rights Society: MCPS
  • Matrix / Runout: PDO EMI 101 10S

Reviews

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OzMakka
Wow. I never knew this even existed. Great collectors item!
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kanebanner
I guess you could say "There can only be fifty" ...
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CloudCityRecords
HOT DAMN NICE SALE! Very well done and very cool to see!
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Ih8FCM
Impressive they've gotten the song title wrong on the video ;-)
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gdnasp
Hi. I've had this disc for 34 years - since its 1986 release. It is in mint condition. When I bought it (from Adrian's Records in the UK) the EMI rep said to us there were only 30 ever manufactured. So, I have not known why others say it is 50 copies although this has been said many times and may be verified by someone (including djbasil)? Regardless, I've learned from other collectors there is 1 copy known to have been destroyed in a house fire and 1 more with a missing case/slip card (only the disc survives). So today perhaps only 28.5 copies remain! This information comes from several people over many years in various Queen forums. I hope this is helpful? Best to all.
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djbasil
Subcontracted by EMI to Laserdisc producer, pdo (Philips and Dupont Optical). 52 discs were pressed; nos. 2 to 51 were shipped and nos. 1 and 52 saved as "first and last of run" quality /technical reference samples. I have no. 52. It is most probable that no. 1 was destroyed by granulation when the Samples Store was dismantled upon the cessation of Laserdisc/CD Video production in the nineties. The pressing plant was in Blackburn, Lancashire. I have not yet decided whether or not to sell this very special copy of a very special title.
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hmartins
Reportedly only 50 made.