According to Brian May (writing in his soapbox for www.brianmay.com,) Queen+ Paul Rodgers will head into the studio to begin working on a new album. It'll be pretty interesting to see what they can come up with regarding new material. It's one thing to get along for a tour and just playing live, another to write/record/produce brand new songs and get *your* way regarding how it'll end up. I'm also curious if they'll follow the traditional Queen songwriting credit route, regardless of who wrote what as individuals, everything was credited to the group for (primarily) royalty purposes. Paul wrote a new song, "Take Love," which they played on their US tour earlier this year so I would assume that would end up on the album. I'd like to see a new version of "Reaching Out" as well. A small bit of it was played as the opener for their tour and it was originally recorded some years back by Paul and Brian. I'd like to see what Roger could contribute to it. Also maybe we'll see a studio version of "Say It's Not True." I know some folks will continue their diatribe about using the "Queen" name again and never even bother listening to the new record when it comes out (next year I'd gather, probably followed by another tour.) Oh well, their loss. I'm definitely looking forward to some new songs.