Visage is a compilation video by the British band Visage, released in 1986.
Original VHS cover
27 March 2006 (DVD)
|Label||Polygram (Channel 5) (VHS)|
Universal Music Group (DVD)
|Producer||Franz Auffray, Jean-Baptiste Donzella|
2006 DVD cover
The compilation collects most of the music videos from the band's career between 1980—84, including songs from their first three studio albums. The first part of the video consists of music clips directed by Godley & Creme, Midge Ure, Tim Pope and Jean-Claude Luyat interspersed with interludes filmed by Luyat. The footage from "Can You Hear Me" onwards is film material shot by Luyat in Egypt, which includes tracks from The Anvil and Beat Boy. This includes footage shot for the song "Love Glove", though the original promo video for the song (directed by Nick Morris in a late night London Docklands setting) is not included.
The video was produced in 1985, according to end credits, and released in 1986 by Polygram's "Channel 5" brand, when Visage had already disbanded. In 2006, Universal Music released Visage on DVD with a different cover and liner notes by music journalist Paul Simper.
The following is the VHS track listing. The DVD release does not list "The Steps", "The Dancer" and two parts of "Can You Hear Me" as separate titles (although it is identical to the VHS release), and adds jukebox and an audio-only option as extra features.
- "The Steps" (interlude)
- "Fade to Grey"
- "The Dancer" (interlude)
- "Damned Don't Cry"
- "Pleasure Boys"
- "Mind of a Toy"
- "Night Train"
- "Can You Hear Me" (interlude)
- "Casualty" (interlude)
- "The Horseman"
- "Yesterday's Shadow"
- "Love Glove"
- "Wild Life"
- "Beat Boy"
- "Can You Hear Me" (Reprise) (end credits)
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