Press Release pt3

Other tracks on The Cosmos Rocks include "Cosmos Rockin'", "Time To Shine", "Still Burnin'" (a mission statement of why artists are compelled to create), "Small", "Warboys",  "We Believe",  "Call Me",  "Voodoo", "Some Things That Glitter",  "Through The Night", "Say It's Not True" (a new version of the track donated to Nelson Mandela's 46664 HIV Aids campaign), and "Surf's Up, School's Out".
The album is released in three physical formats: standard CD, deluxe package which includes additional DVD featuring 15 highlight performances by Queen + Paul Rodgers from the band's Super Live in Japan concert  recorded live at Saitama Super Arena, Tokyo on 27th October 2005, along with double gate-fold vinyl release.  The album will also have a special digital release including bonus tracks.
Coinciding with the release of The Cosmos Rocks, Queen + Paul Rodgers embark on a 33-date Europe and Northern Eurasia tour beginning mid-September. The tour reaches the UK on October 10 with 11 dates including two at London 02 and the tour's final date at Wembley Arena on November 8.
Queen + Paul Rodgers
The Cosmos Rocks
Released world excluding North America September 12, 2008

Track listing:

1. Cosmos Rockin' (4:10)
2. Time To Shine (4:23)
3. Still Burnin' (4:04)
4. Small (4:39)
5. Warboys (3:18)
6. We Believe (6:08)
7. Call Me (2:59)
8. Voodoo (4:27)
9. Some Things That Glitter (4:03)
10. C-lebrity (3:38)
11. Through The Night (4:54)
12. Say It's Not True (4:00)
13. Surf's Up . . . School's Out ! (5:38)
14. small reprise (2:05)

Produced and performed by Brian May, Paul Rodgers and Roger Taylor

Co-produced and engineered by
Joshua J Macrae, Justin Shirley-Smith and Kris Fredriksson

All tracks written by Queen + Paul Rodgers

Extra backing vocals on C-lebrity: Taylor Hawkins courtesy of RCA Records

This album is dedicated to Freddie Mercury

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