Well, I for one, would love "The Lot, Brian May version" and if possible, a new album as well!
And I think it's a logical step in Brian's/Roger's career to do a collaboration with Adam, after all, they get along very nicely in both personal and professional level.
Jimmy Dean wrote:
I would love to hear a new Brian May album. No guest vocals. I thought Back to The Light + Another World were fantastic. He can name is his next album New Horizon and we'd all love him for it.
Or Back To The Rock, like Roger made with his 'Fun In' albums.
Hot Damn. Hopefully this is enough to kick start a Queen & AL album.
The fact that Brian is actually enjoying himself and Adam is a yoiung guy, should mean a better, more inventive and livelier album than Cosmos Rocks (which was a great album by 3 old men, but not a "Queen" album)
from Rolling Stone interview
The second guest, Queen guitarist Brian May, dropped by the studio after Lambert toured with the pomp-rock legends last summer.
"Brian and I get along really well and trust each other," says Lambert. "I said, 'Look, I have this song we've worked up, and it has a hip-hop beat on it but it's still a rock song, and I think you would kill it.' It's sort of a 'Dirty Diana' type of record, and he killed it. He came in and had a great riff that he added to it. And of course, there's no feature with Brian May without one of his killer solos."
Introducing the Queen guitarist to the man behind pop blockbusters like "…Baby One More Time" led to an accidentally awkward encounter — a lighter moment amid the restless self-reflection.
"He walked into the studio and didn't realize Max Martin was Max Martin — they hadn't met before," Lambert recalls. "And Max is so chill, devoid of any ridiculous ego and down to earth. At first Brian didn't know it was him, and I didn't realize I was supposed to introduce them. We're sitting there for about 10 minutes talking, and Brian says, 'Where's Max?' And I said, 'Uh. . . ' And Brian laughed, and Max laughed. You would think a big pop producer would act like a big pop producer, but that's one of the reasons Max is amazing." link