Queen's Roger Taylor says he's hoping the group's work with Adam Lambert will go beyond the stage. The rocker tells Billboard.com that touring with the former "American Idol" finalist this year has "been fantastic," and he's looking forward to the dates they have coming up next year in Europe. He adds that he'd like the band to hit the studio with Lambert.
Taylor describes his proposed project as "a very interesting experiment," explaining that "it would be nice to just go in and see what came out." The drummer says Lambert's voice is "extraordinary," and "a beautiful instrument," and he thinks their partnership is "too good a marriage to just let it go at touring."
Queen has a new studio collection arriving next week. Queen Forever features a mix of previously released hits and landmark songs along with a few previously unreleased tracks, including the Freddie Mercury-Michael Jackson duet "There Must Be More To Life Than This."
The album will arrive in stores on November 11th. Queen will launch their European tour with Lambert in Newcastle, England on January 13th.
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