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Celebration

Celebration 5:11
Written by Spike Edney
Appears on:
Unreleased
An unreleased Cross track by Spike Edney, with some Hendrix-like opening guitar bits that goes quickly into a synthesized sound. An edited version of this take appears on the Roger Taylor box set The Lot.

Celebration (Jam Studios Session - Edit) 4:38
Written by Spike Edney
Appears on:
The Lot
This version removes a portion of the track, but unless you know the full version really well, you probably won't notice. The song still holds together and sounds great remastered on the boxed set.

I Can Take You Higher

I Can Take You Higher (Jam Studios Session - End Edit) 0:40
Written by Roger Taylor
Appears on:
Unreleased
This version of I Can Take You Higher first made its appearance among Queen rarity collectors. This is just a fragment of an unreleased track. Not to be confused with I Wanna Take You Higher, from which this song evolved. This track sounds very promising, too bad it's just the last 40 seconds of a song. A full recording of the song would appear on Roger Taylor's box set, The Lot.

I Can Take You Higher (Jam Studios Session) 3:30
Written by Roger Taylor
Appears on:
The Lot
After years of only ever hearing the End Edit of this song, a full version finally appeared on The Lot boxed set. And there was much rejoicing.

I Can't Get You Out Of My Head

I Can't Get You Out Of My Head (Jam Studios Session) 3:37
Written by Clayton Moss
Appears on:
Unreleased
I Can't Get You Out Of My Head was an unreleased Cross track by Clayton Moss that was recorded at The Jams Studios sessions. The track has acoustic guitar throughout and has an almost country/bluesy sound to it. Recommended if you can find it. An edited version appears on the Roger Taylor boxed set The Lot. Also of note, Moss would re-record and sing the track for his 2009 solo album The Cross Section.

I Can't Get You Out Of My Head (Jam Studios Session - Edit) 3:38
Written by Clayton Moss
Appears on:
The Lot
The edit here occurs at the very beginning, with the guitar count-in removed. The rest of the song is identical. Of course, the remastering and better source material make this version sound superior.

Let's Get Drunk And Be Somebody

Let's Get Drunk And Be Somebody
Written by Clayton Moss
Appears on:
Unreleased
Let's Get Drunk And Be Somebody is a Clayton Moss penned track that would appear in The Cross' live set during the Shove It tour. It is unknown whether or not The Cross recorded a studio version. Moss would later record and sing the song on his 2009 album The Cross Section.