Friday, October 11, 2013

Queen: Roger Taylor to release new album and solo catalog

Queen drummer Roger Taylor will release his first new solo album in 15 years, “Fun On Earth”, and his entire solo catalog, on November 11 (November 12 in North America).

Recorded at Priory Studios in Surrey, the 13-track “Fun On Earth” album features the lead single, “Sunny Day.”

Among the songs on the record, the project sees Taylor team up with guitar icon Jeff Beck for the contemporary Queen favourite, “Say It’s Not True.”

November 11 will also see the release of “The Lot” - the complete collection of Taylor’s back catalog of work, spanning his solo career and material from The Cross. The material will be available in stunning limited collector’s editions and digital formats.

“The Lot” comprises Roger’s solo albums “Fun In Space” (1981), “Strange Frontier” (1984), “Happiness?” (1994), “Electric Fire” (1998) and “Fun On Earth”, as well as the three albums by his band The Cross“Shove It” (1988), “Mad, Bad And Dangerous To Know” (1990) and “Blue Rock” (1991).

Roger Taylor
“Fun On Earth”

Release date: November 11 (Nov 12 in North America)

One Night Stand!
Fight Club
Be With You
Quality Street
I Don’t Care
Sunny Day
Be My Gal (My Brightest Spark)
I Am The Drummer (In A Rock ‘n’ Roll Band)
Say It’s Not True
The Unblinking Eye

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