If you watch my and Ezra May’s Backstreet Boys video analysis for each album, especially our latest for the “Backstreet’s Back” album (see here), you would know that we realized after a few weeks of research that there are two different versions of the boys’ “All I Have To Give” music video.
While editing the video, Ezra May was able to get her little hands on a few clips of the differences, but today, I was able to get my hands on all of them.
The video below is a side-by-side comparison of both music videos and there are more differences than we originally talked about in our video. At some points, it may seem like the TV version is moving a little faster, but that is only because of the fps (frames per second – it’s a video term). It was recorded off of a VHS to DVD and that VHS is over 15 years old. But the audio is synced up and you will see drastic differences.
A lot of the differences show up at the bridge of the song, when Nick begins his “Hey girl…” line.
What do you think about this? Which version do you like the most?