8 thoughts on “ Call Me - Queen + Paul Rodgers - The Cosmos Rocks (CD, Album) ”

  1. Queen + Paul Rodgers appeared on Al Murray's Happy Hour in April () performing "C-lebrity" for the first time from their debut album The Cosmos Rocks. Queen + Paul Rodgers appear on Eminem's album Relapse. The song "Beautiful" samples "Reaching Out" which was used as Queen + Paul Rodgers's live show opener on the tour.
  2. Cosmos Rocks buy CD music Description The first thing you notice about The Cosmos Rocks, the much anticipated album from Rock legends Queen + Paul Rodgers is "all tracks written by Queen and Paul Rodgers produced and performed by Brian May, Paul Rodgers and Roger Taylor" (indicating that between them they played all instruments, including bass - Paul and Brian swapping duties - in .
  3. with enough passion and energy to give the existing Queen/Rodgers catalogs a kick in the pants, starting from scratch with The Cosmos Rock was a whole other road to go down. “Cosmos Rockin’” opens the track disc with the declaration that the combined strength of May, Taylor and Rodgers has “the whole world rocking ”.
  4. 'The Cosmos Rocks' could have easily been a Paul Rodgers album with Queen as his studio/touring band. His stamp of blues-based, soulful, hard rock music and vocals is stamped all over this work. For proof listen to 'Through The Night,' 'Voodoo,' or 'Time To Shine' as good examples.
  5. The Cosmos Rocks is the debut studio album by Queen + Paul Rodgers released on 15 September It contains 14 new tracks written by Brian May, Paul Rodgers and Roger Taylor. This is the first studio album of new material from the two remaining members of Queen since 's Made in Heaven, and is the only studio collaboration to date with.
  6. May 26,  · Call Me (from the album The Cosmos Rocks) Music by Queen + Paul Rodgers Fan video compilation edited and mixed by Montreux, Dedicated to the band tha.
  7. Give Queen-- or Brian May and Roger Taylor, as that's who's left at this point -- and new singer Paul Rodgers this much credit: this awkward marriage of convenience winds up being more convincing on the studio effort The Cosmos Rocks than it did on the live album. Of course, this is almost entirely due to the fact that the songs here were written by and for Rodgers, a frontman who is a 4/
  8. First off, let me start off by saying I know this album isn't technically a "Queen" album. It's officially being billed as "Queen and Paul Rodgers". However, I'm filing it under Queen anyway.:) Freddie Mercury is dead, and I think most everyone assumed that after 's "Made in Heaven", that was it for Queen /5().

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