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Queens of the Stone Age Reissue Pushed to March

January 14, 2011  |  10:00am
Queens of the Stone Age Reissue Pushed to March

After a whirlwind of delays, Queens of the Stone Age’s selftitled debut album is finally set to be reissued on March 1.

Originally planned for a November 26, 2010 Black Friday release, the reissue was pushed to Jan. 11. However, Domino Records announced yesterday that it is joining forces with Queens frontman Josh Homme’s label Rekords Rekords in a worldwide alliance; the currently out-of-print album will be the first release on the new label, and will feature three additional tracks cut from the original release.

The self-titled album was recorded by the band shortly following the breakup of their previous outfit, Kyuss. In the future Domino will also feature releases from fellow Rekords Rekords acts such as Mini Mansions and Alain Johannes. Alongside his solo career, Johannes is known for performing live with Homme’s side project/supergroup Them Crooked Vultures, alongside rockers Dave Grohl and John Paul Jones.

Queens of the Stone Age tracklist:
1. Regular John
2. Avon
3. If Only
4. Walkin’ on the Sidewalks
5. You Would Know
6. The Bronze ^
7. How to Handle a Rope
8. Mexicola
9. Hispanic Impressions
10. You Can’t Quit Me Baby
11. These Aren’t the Droids You’re Looking For ^
12. Give the Mule What He Wants
13. Spiders and Vinegaroons ^
14. I Was a Teenage Hand Model

^ additional tracks

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