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The Music Video Collection
Duran duran music video dvd vol 3
compilation DVD
Released unknown
Recorded various
Genre Pop
Length 25 tracks
Label unofficial
Producer various
Follow In My Footsteps
Duran Duran

The Music Video Collection: Vol. 3 is an unofficial compilation DVD, featuring a collection of Duran Duran and band related music videos.

About the DVDEdit

The DVD features "Breath After Breath", which includes live footage from the Velez Stadium show on 30 April 1993.

The compilation also includes "Follow In My Footsteps" sung by Simon Le Bon and Susanna Hoffs from the Requiem For The Americas album.

Track listingEdit

  1. "Don't Let Me Die Young" - Andy Taylor 1987
  2. "Notorious" - October 1986 (with opening title, slate and countdown)
  3. "Meet El Presidente" - 1987
  4. "Skin Trade" - February 1987 (with opening title graphic)
  5. "Notorious" (The Latin Rascals Remix) - January 16
  6. "Follow In My Footsteps" - Simon Le Bon with Susanna Hoffs
  7. "I Don't Want Your Love" - August 29, 1988 (with opening title graphic and count)
  8. "All She Wants Is" - January 1989 (with opening title graphic)
  9. "Do You Believe In Shame?" - 1989 (complete version)
  10. "Burning The Ground" - December 1989 (complete version)
  11. "Violence of Summer (Love's Taking Over)" - July 1990 (edited version 1)
  12. "Serious" - October 11, 1990 (original edit version 1 with slate)
  13. "Violence of Summer (Love's Taking Over)" - July 1990 (full length version 2)
  14. "Serious" - October 11, 1990 (re-edited version 2 with slate)
  15. "Ordinary World" - December 1992 (edited short version with opening title graphic 1)
  16. "Come Undone" - March 19, 1993
  17. "Too Much Information" - August 2, 1993
  18. "Ordinary World" - January 1993 (live version 2)
  19. "Breath After Breath" - 1993
  20. "Femme Fatale" - March 25, 1994 (with slate and countdown)
  21. "Ordinary World" - December 1992 (with slate and opening credits version 3)
  22. "Too Much Information" (remix) - December 1993
  23. "Ordinary World" - December 1992 (Nick Egan’s directors cut version 4)
  24. "White Lines" (long version)
  25. "White Lines" (Radio Edit)

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