Rock the Night: Collectors Edition is a DVD released by the Swedish hard rock band Europe. It features the music videos the band made from 1986 to 1992. The bonus material is live footage and interviews from Swedish TV. DVD format is DVD9. The DVD was released as Rock the World in North America. Videos: 1. The final countdown 2. Rock the night 3. Carrie 4. Cherokke 5. Superstitious 6. Open your heart 7. Let the good times rock 8. Prisoners on paradise 9. I'll cry for you 10. Halfway to heaven Bonus features:
- Rock-SM - Final 1982: "In the Future to Come" and "The King Will Return" (Live) + Award ceremony at Tyrol, Stockholm.
- Casablanca - 1983: Interview with the band in the studio.
- Bagen / Rocksugen - 1984: "Scream of Anger", "Ninja", "Dreamer" and "Memories" (Live) at the club Studion in Stockholm.
- Rapport - 1986: Tour report from Örebro, Sweden.
- Ritz - 1988: Report from the US tour with Def Leppard.
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