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Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert: Japanese Release Details

The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert: The Definitive Edition will have an advance release for Japan only - the release date for the lucky Japanese fans is August 21st 2013. Also there will be several releases in Blu-ray and DVD, including exclusive box sets:

- DVD (VQBD-10145)

- Limited edition special box set: DVD with white t-shirt, size M (VQBD-10148)

- Limited edition special box set: DVD with white t-shirt, size L (VQBD-10151)

- Blu-ray (VQXD-10061)

- Limited edition special box set: Blu-ray with black t-shirt, size M (VQXD-10062)

- Limited edition special box set: Blu-ray with black t-shirt, size L (VQXD-10063)

Each special box set will be limited to 1000 units. ALL releases will carry Japanese subtitles.

For more information [in Japanese] click here.

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Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert: Japanese Release Details

WAYNE

LIES!! WHERE IS INNUENDO /KASHMIR /THANK YOU BY ROBERT PLANT???? OR SPINAL TAP? OR THAT SHIT U2 THING. IF ANYONE WANTS THE REAL DEFINITIVE SHOW , PLEASE CONTACT ME.

Thierry

Why don't you realize The Live at rainbow 73, hyde park 76 and earl court 77 and houston 77 and others 70's shows !!!!

The early years in bluray !!!!

We want The Live at rainbow,hyde park and earl court !!!!

I feel sorry for you

you have a master plan so that all of your fans on earth get to despise you? because you're doing it right

Completist

So what bonus features are the Japanese punters getting over the European ones? That's how it works right, you sell the crap to the Europeans and save the coveted extras for the Japanese. Presumably their version will contain the entire show from gates open to lights out, replica passes, a reproduction programme and scarf, some sort of unrelated inflatable - perhaps a giant red ribbon, replica ticket stub, replica of Roger's wolly jumper, miniature red special (because you've supply of those vastly outstrips demand), a couple of plecs, a reproduction of the fully signed posters that were done for charity, vapid interview with Freddie's mum about what a nice boy he was, vintage (distressed) VHS copy of the show because retro is in, and for the super-limited edition set (100 copies only) a Queen branded VHS player signed by Brian, Roger, Jim Beach, Kerry Ellis, PSY, Zucchero, Dappy and Mary Austin.

Anthony

Wу want to see LIVE AT THE RAINBOW. stop re-releases

Ernie

"Edit Edition"Think I'll give this a miss

popy

Please do us all a favour:

stop calling this "The Definitive Edition". It's not. You can call "The Definitive Edition" when you release the FULL concert in 10 years time. And please, contact the bands.

Members os Spinal Tap didn't even know that this was to be released, so it proves your laziness in NOT contacting the bands to get theyr permission to be on the DVD/Blu-Ray.

It's another reason i won't buy this, you didn't even bother to contact bands for permission.

ScrewUsOverAgain

So much for the 'Definitive' edition you told us about last week!!!!

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