|1-3||Tie Your Mother Down||4:53|
|1-4||Fat Bottomed Girls||5:41|
|1-5||Another One Bites The Dust||3:53|
|1-6||Fire And Water||3:46|
|1-7||Crazy Little Thing Called Love||4:14|
|1-8||Say It's Not True||2:40|
|1-10||Love Of My Life||4:20|
|1-11||Teo Torriatte (Let Us Cling Together)||5:09|
|1-12||Hammer To Fall||3:42|
|1-13||Feel Like Making Love||6:36|
|1-14||Let There Be Drums||3:19|
|1-15||I'm In Love With My Car||3:13|
|1-18||These Are The Days Of Our Lives||4:34|
|1-19||Radio Ga Ga||5:37|
|1-20||Can't Get Enough||4:45|
|1-21||A Kind Of Magic||6:26|
|1-23||I Want It All||5:03|
|1-25||I Was Born To Love You||2:30|
|1-26||The Show Must Go On||4:40|
|1-27||All Right Now||7:14|
|1-28||We Will Rock You||2:21|
|1-29||We Are The Champions||4:32|
|1-30||God Save The Queen||1:09|
|2-1||Backstage In Budapest||25:00|
|TOBW-3296/97||Queen + Paul Rodgers||Super Live In Japan (2xDVD-V, Multichannel, NTSC, DTS)||EMI||TOBW-3296/97||Japan||2006|
|none||Queen + Paul Rodgers||Super Live In Japan (DVD-V, Unofficial, Dig)||EMI||none||Russia||2008|
The Ultimate Queen site, featuring Queen and Paul Rodgers album details, DVD's, song lyrics and versions, discography, gallery, concerts, and biography. Released 28 April 2006 in Japan only as a double DVD set, and due for reissue on the Universal label in 2013. Subsequently reissued as a Highlights CD/DVD as part of 'The Cosmos Rocks' on 15 September 2008. Length 142 minutes (disc 1) and 25 minutes (disc 2).
Live in Ukraine is a double live album and video and also last release by British rock collaboration Queen + Paul Rodgers. It was recorded in September 2008 during the Rock the Cosmos Tour at Freedom Square in Kharkiv, Ukraine and was released on June 15, 2009. A companion DVD was also released.
Super Live in Japan é um álbum de vídeo do supergrupo Queen + Paul Rodgers, lançado no formato duplo em 2006 exclusivamente no Japão. O repertório conteve músicas das bandas Free, Queen e Bad Company, além de "Last Horizon", da carreira solo de Brian May. Todas as vocais são de Paul Rodgers, exceto onde anotado. Tie Your Mother Down. Another One Bites the Dust.
Disc 1: recorded live at Saitama Arena, Japan October 27th 2005. Disc 2: Behind the scenes documentary filmed in Budapest, Hungary during the Queen + Paul Rodgers European tour 2005. Featuring brand new interviews with the band and tour crew, plus exclusive backstage footage. Mastering SID Code ((Disc 1 & 2)): IFPI L155. Matrix, Runout ((Disc 1)): TOBW-3296-1-U 3.
The Cosmos Rocks is the only studio album by Queen + Paul Rodgers, released on 15 September 2008. It contains 14 new tracks written by Brian May, Roger Taylor, and Paul Rodgers. This is the first studio album of new material from the two remaining members of Queen since 1995′s Made in Heaven. The band entered Roger Taylor's Priory studio in late 2006, having completed the American leg of a world tour. Sessions were initially scheduled around Rodgers' other touring commitments
Super Live in Japan is a DVD by Queen + Paul Rodgers, capturing the performances in Saitama Super Arena in Japan on 27 October 2005 from their world tour, featuring songs from both Queen and Rodgers' catalogues.
Other performances Queen + Paul Rodgers performed at the Rock Honours Show in 2004 performing Under Pressure. Queen + Paul Rodgers appeared on Al Murray's Happy Hour in April (2008) performing "C-lebrity" for the first time from their debut album The Cosmos Rocks. Queen + Paul Rodgers appear on Eminem's 2009 album Relapse. The song "Beautiful" samples "Reaching Out" which was used as Q+PR's live show opener on the 2005-06 tour. Return of the Champions – DVD, 2005. Super Live in Japan – DVD, 2006 (Japan). Live in Ukraine – DVD, UK 2009.
Queen + Paul Rodgers (sometimes referred to as Q+PR or QPR) were a collaboration between Queen (Brian May and Roger Taylor) and Paul Rodgersformerly of Bad Company, Free, The Firm and The Law. Guitarist May had previously performed with Rodgers on several occasions, including a performance at the Royal Albert Hall. It was made clear that Rodgers would not be replacing Queen's former lead singer, Freddie Mercury, who died on 24 November 1991.