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Queens Of The Stone Age Are Re-Releasing Four Of Their Albums On Vinyl

Rated R, Songs For The Deaf, Lullabies To Paralyze and Era Vulgaris are coming out (again) on vinyl very soon.

While Queens Of The Stone Age frontman Josh Homme has been busy working on his new Desert Sessions Vol. 11 & 12, the band have announced some pretty cool new vinyl reissues.

QOTSA will be unveiling their first four albums on Interscope Records (that’s Rated R, Songs For The Deaf, Lullabies To Paralyze and Era Vulgaris) later in the year, with Rated R and Songs For The Deaf arriving on November 22, and Lullabies To Paralyze and Era Vulgaris coming on December 20. Take a glance at them in the link below.

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The records will arrive soon after Josh’s first new Desert Sessions instalments in a whopping 16 years.

Desert Sessions Vol. 11 & 12 – titled Arrivederci Despair and Tightwads & Nitwits & Critics & Heels respectively – will be out on October 25 via Matador, and feature an incredible array of guests: Billy Gibbons (ZZ Top), Stella Mozgawa (Warpaint), Jake Shears (Scissor Sisters), Mike Kerr (Royal Blood), Carla Azar (Autolux, Jack White), Les Claypool (Primus), Matt Sweeney, Matt Berry (What We Do in the Shadows, Toast of London), Libby Grace and Töôrnst Hülpft.

The full tracklist looks like this:

Move Together (lead vocal: Billy F. Gibbons)
Noses in Roses, Forever (lead vocal: Joshua Homme)
Far East for the Trees
If You Run (lead vocal: Libby Grace)
Crucifire (lead vocal: Mike Kerr)
Chic Tweetz (vocals: Töôrnst Hülpft, Matt Berry)
Something You Can’t See (lead vocal: Jake Shears)
Easier Said Than Done (lead vocal: Joshua Homme)

Posted on October 14th 2019, 2:51pm
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