While the original members of Duran Duran make progress on their first studio album since 1983's "Seven and the Ragged Tiger," Capitol has compiled the two-disc DVD video anthology "Greatest," due Nov

While the original members of Duran Duran make progress on their first studio album since 1983's "Seven and the Ragged Tiger," Capitol has compiled the two-disc DVD video anthology "Greatest," due Nov. 4, Billboard.com has learned. The set features all the videos from the U.K. group's 13-year Capitol tenure, beginning with 1981's "Planet Earth" up through 1994's "Come Undone."

Beyond celebrated clips such as "Girls on Film," "Hungry Like the Snake," "Rio," "Wild Boys" and "The Reflex," "Greatest" is loaded with extras. A long, uncensored version with an alternate ending and a short, uncensored version of "Girls on Film" are included, as are four versions of "New Moon on Monday," a club version of "Planet Earth," a censored version of "Come Undone," interviews and a U.K. TV commercial for "The Wedding Album."

A DVD-ROM component features a 30-minute audio Q&A session with Nick Rhodes and Simon LeBon taped in 1999, plus a photo gallery with 80 career-spanning images and lyrics to each song featured on "Greatest." In June, Capitol released "The Singles Box 81-85," a 13-disc boxed set reproducing the group's original singles.

Duran Duran has a handful of dates on its schedule, including a previously announced Sept. 20 appearance alongside the Cure and Echo & the Bunnymen at KROQ's Inland Invasion concert. November dates in North America are expected, after which the group will open shows for Robbie Williams in Auckland (Dec. 6), Melbourne (Dec. 10) and Sydney (Dec. 13).

Here is the track list for "Greatest":

DVD 1:
"Planet Earth"
"Girls on Film" (long uncensored version)
"The Chauffeur"
"Hungry Like the Wolf"
"Save a Prayer"
"Rio"
"Is There Something I Should Know?"
"Union of the Snake"
"New Moon on Monday" (EP version)
"The Reflex"
"Wild Boys" (7" edit version)
"A View to a Kill"

DVD 2:
"Notorious"
"Skin Trade"
"I Don't Want Your Love"
"All She Wants Is"
"Serious"
"Burning the Ground"
"Ordinary World"
"Come Undone" (uncensored version)
"Electric Barbarella"