First Ever Best-Of Collection From Queen Drummer
Yellow Colored Vinyl
In 2001 Roger Taylor was inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of
Fame with Queen, and is acknowledged as one of the most influential
drummers in popular music. In addition to founding and wielding
the sticks with one of the world's best-selling groups, as well as
collaborating with Robert Plant, Genesis, Eric Clapton, Elton John, Foo
Fighters, and Gary Numan among others, Roger Taylor has also had a
brilliant and long career as a songwriter and solo artist.
Hot on the heels of the Queen + Adam Lambert tour, Omnivore
Recordings is proud to release the first-ever best of Roger Taylor's solo
material-simply titled, Roger Taylor : Best.
With Queen, he wrote or co-wrote hits like "Radio Ga Ga" and
"Under Pressure," but on his own he's delivered, to date, five critically
acclaimed solo albums. Roger Taylor : Best draws from those releases
with 18 tracks-from his first single, "I Wanna Testify" (recorded
during Queen's News Of The World album sessions) through his latest
album, Fun On Earth from 2013. In between are key cuts from Fun
In Space (1981), Strange Frontier (1984), Happiness? (1994), and
Electric Fire (1998) providing a select survey of Roger's solo work for
new and old fans alike!
The double LP has tracks appearing on vinyl for the
first time. Roger Taylor: Best presents an overview of a rock legend's
work in front of the stage, the listeners-and the world.
1. Future Management (You Don't Need Nobody Else)
2. I Wanna Testify
3. Let's Get Crazy
4. Magic Is Loose
5. Strange Frontier
6. Man On Fire
7. Beautiful Dreams
8. Nazis 1994
9. Foreign Sand (With Yoshiki)
10. Everybody Hurts Sometime
13. Where Are You Now?
14. A Nation Of Haircuts
16. No More Fun
17. The Unblinking Eye (Everything Is Broken) (Single Version)
18. Sunny Day