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Queen: The Show Must Go On (1991)

Music video for "The Show Must Go On" by Queen comprises entirely of clips from their previous music videos interspersed with footage of their live concerts.
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Credited cast:
John Deacon ... Himself (archive footage)
Brian May ... Himself (archive footage)
Freddie Mercury ... Himself (archive footage)
Queen ... Themselves (archive footage)
Roger Taylor ... Himself (archive footage)
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The music video consisted of a montage of clips spanning Queen's music videos from 1981 to 1991 (but does not include the ones from before 1981) as a precursor to the imminent release of the band's Greatest Hits II album spanning that period. Footage from promo videos from the 1980s are shown in the montage, apart from "Under Pressure" and "Hammer to Fall", including "I Want to Break Free", "Friends Will Be Friends", "I'm Going Slightly Mad", "Radio Ga Ga", "The Miracle", "The Invisible Man", "Headlong", "Calling All Girls", "Innuendo", "Back Chat", "Who Wants to Live Forever" and "One Vision". Written by Peter-Patrick76 (peter-patrick@mail.com)

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English

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October 1991 (UK) See more »

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A live version with Elton John on vocals appeared on Queen's Greatest Hits III album. See more »

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Features Queen: I Want to Break Free (1984) See more »

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Best Queen Video
7 November 2018 | by ricardomitoSee all my reviews

Not only the best Queen video clip, but also one of the greatest edit ever ever made, with a perfect timing.


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