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The Cosmos Rocks Front Sleeve
UK CD Front Sleeve
The Cosmos Rocks Back Sleeve
UK CD Back Sleeve
The Cosmos Rocks Disc
UK Disc

Cosmos Rockin'

Cosmos Rockin' 4:11
Written by Taylor/Rodgers/May
Appears on:
The Cosmos Rocks, Track 1

Time To Shine

Time To Shine 4:23
Written by Rodgers/May/Taylor
Appears on:
The Cosmos Rocks, Track 2

Still Burnin'

Still Burnin' 4:03
Written by May/Rodgers/Taylor
Appears on:
The Cosmos Rocks, Track 3

Small

Small 4:39
Written by Taylor/May/Rodgers
Appears on:
The Cosmos Rocks, Track 4

Warboys

Warboys 3:18
Written by Rodgers/Taylor/May
Appears on:
The Cosmos Rocks, Track 5

We Believe

We Believe 6:07
Written by May/Rodgers/Taylor
Appears on:
The Cosmos Rocks, Track 6

We Believe (Single Edit) 3:42
Written by May/Rodgers/Taylor
Appears on:
Italy We Believe promo CD
We Believe became a hit in Italy for Queen + Paul Rodgers. To help with radio airplay, the album version was cut by almost two and a half minutes. The first 24 seconds are the same between the two versions, then 0:25 to 1:26 is edited out, fading in with the guitar and the lyrics 'We don't get what the other guy is saying." Then 3:41 to 5:06 is edited out, which includes a few verses, the 'whispering' part, and the guitar solo. From that point on, the track proceeds and ends normally. Not a bad edit considering the amount removed.

Call Me

Call Me 2:58
Written by Rodgers/May/Taylor
Appears on:
The Cosmos Rocks, Track 7

Voodoo

Voodoo 4:27
Written by Rodgers/May/Taylor
Appears on:
The Cosmos Rocks, Track 8

Some Things That Glitter

Some Things That Glitter 4:02
Written by May/Taylor/Rodgers
Appears on:
The Cosmos Rocks, Track 9

C-lebrity

C-lebrity 3:38
Written by Taylor/May/Rodgers
Appears on:
The Cosmos Rocks, Track 10

C-lebrity (Live on Al Murray's Happy Hour - Enhanced CD Single Video) 3:48
Written by Taylor/May/Rodgers
Appears on:
UK C-lebrity CD single
Queen + Paul Rodgers appeared on Al Murray's Happy Hour on April 4, 2008. The band performed All Right Now and a new track called C-lebrity from their then upcoming album. The performance of C-lebrity was included on the CD single of the song as an enhanced video. A bit of the count-in and the opening of the song has been edited from the performance to better match the studio version.

C-lebrity (Live on Al Murray's Happy Hour - Full Performance) 3:59
Written by Taylor/May/Rodgers
Appears on:
Unknown
The full performance of C-lebrity from Al Murray's Happy Hour includes a count-in and some guitar bursts at the opening of the song. These bits were edited out of the CD single release so that it would better match the studio version.

Through The Night

Through The Night 4:53
Written by Rodgers/May/Taylor
Appears on:
The Cosmos Rocks , Track 11

Say It's Not True

Say It's Not True 4:01
Written by Taylor/Rodgers/May
Appears on:
The Cosmos Rocks, Track 12
Debuting live at the original 46664 concert and becoming a regular staple of the Queen + Paul Rodgers live tour, the 46664 studio version of this track remained unreleased. Finally, in late 2007, Queen (alongside new frontman Paul Rodgers) completed and released a new studio version of Say It's Not True. The track was released for free on the Queen website to raise awareness for Nelson Mandela's 46664 cause. Roger sings verse one, Brian sings verse two, and Paul finishes the song with the third verse. Lots of heavy drums and trademark Queen guitars are all over this one. A good start to Queen + Paul Rodgers' recording sessions.

Surf's Up... School's Out!

Surf's Up... School's Out! 5:55
Written by Taylor/Rodgers/May
Appears on:
The Cosmos Rocks , Track 13

Small (Reprise)

Small (Reprise) 2:05
Written by Taylor/May/Rodgers
Appears on:
The Cosmos Rocks , Track 14

Runaway

Runaway 5:28
Written by Del Shannon/Max Crook
Appears on:
The Cosmos Rocks (iTunes Bonus Track)
Runaway was a number 1 hit by Del Shannon in 1961. In the years since, it has been covered by many artists, most successfully by The Small Faces. This version appears as an iTunes bonus track to the album. This is a very fun performance that was essentially done in a single take. Paul sings lead vocals with Roger adding in the occasional "wah wah wah wah." Recommended.

Take Love

Take Love
Written by Paul Rodgers
Appears on:
Unreleased
Take Love first appeared on Queen + Paul Rodger's 2006 North American Tour; it is an excellent song that is most likely written by Paul Rodgers. The song has a very Bad Company feel to it and goes down very well live. The track did not make the cut for the album because the band felt they couldn't get it to sound right in the studio.