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Fun in Space
Star Fleet Project
Mr Bad Guy
Mad, Bad and Dangerous to Know
Back to the Light
The Cosmos Rocks
Fun on Earth
On this day
1975: Queen live on A Night At The Opera Tour at Apollo, Glasgow, Scotland.
1977: Queen live on News Of The World Tour at Sports Arena, San Diego, USA.
for 16 December at
:: Fun in Space
Fun in Space
John writes a letter to the Fan Club and mentions that Roger's got a solo album being planned a he's written quite a few songs by then.
The American magazine
publishes an issue which Roger, who is in California at the time, uses for the album cover later on.
Queen take a four-week break in the middle of their North American tour. Roger may have flown to Switzerland for part of said break to record parts of his album.
Roger continues working on the album in between touring commitments with Queen. He also writes a letter to the Fan Club confirming the album title.
Roger keeps working on the album in Montreux.
Roger writes a Xmas message to the Fan Club and mentions being completing the album in Switzerland.
The Fan Club reports the tracklist for the album and mentions a possible release date around April.
The lead single in EMI territories, 'Future Management' / 'Laugh or Cry', is released.
The album is released in Britain.
Frederick writes a letter to the Fan Club and mentions having enjoyed Roger's album.
Lead single in Elektra territories, 'Let's Get Crazy' / 'Laugh or Cry', is released.
Sophomore single in the UK, 'My Country' / 'Fun in Space', is released.
Album officially released in CD format for the first time.
in Casino Barrière on 9 Theatre Road, Montreux, Vaud 1820, Swiss Confederation: Recording and mixing.
on 441 West 53rd Street, Manhattan, New York City, New York 10019, United States of America: Original mastering.
Lead and backing vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, acoustic and electric drums, bass, piano, synthesisers, additional percussion.
Photography and illustration.
Graphics and illustration.
Oberheim OB-X Synthesiser
Roland VP-330 Synthesiser:
Mostly for 'robotic' voices.
Steinway B 6' 10" Acoustic Grand Piano.
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