Cosmos Rockin'

Album: The Cosmos Rocks (2008)
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  • This is a powerful, old-fashioned rocker written by Queen drummer Roger Taylor. It follows the traditional chord progression format of 1950s and '60s Rock 'n' Roll songs.
  • Due to it's simple, high-energy sound, the song became a live favorite on the Cosmos Rocks tour, where it was used to start the encore. This can be seen in the Live in Ukraine DVD and other live recordings from around this time.

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  • I Me Me Mine from EverywhereThis song is really great! I hope they add it to radio stations in the game STARFIELD!
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