Queens Of The Stone Age to reissue debut album with three unreleased songs

The group's 1998 self-titled LP is due out on November 26

Queens of the Stone Age got thrown out of a rehab clinic within seconds of playing their first song, 'Feel Good Hit Of The Summer', at a special gig. The sole lyrics to that song mention seven narcotics - repeatedly.
Queens Of The Stone Age have announced details of the re-release of their debut album.

The group's 1998 self-titled studio effort is due out on double LP on November 26 and on CD on December 7, reports Blabbermouth.net.

The album will feature three unreleased songs 'The Bronze', 'These Aren't The Droids You're Looking For' and 'Spiders and Vinegaroons', which were left off the original tracklisting.

The band released a 10th anniversary edition of their second LP, 'Rated R' in August, while frontman Josh Homme also admitted the group were toying with the idea of playing all of their albums live in their entirety.

The tracklisting for 'Queens Of The Stone Age' is as follows:

'Regular John'
'Avon'
'If Only'
'Walkin' On The Sidewalks'
'You Would Know'
'The Bronze'
'How to Handle A Rope (A Lesson In The Lariat)'
'Mexicola'
'Hispanic Impressions'
'You Can't Quit Me Baby'
'These Aren't The Droids You're Looking For'
'Give The Mule What He Wants'
'Spiders And Vinegaroons'
'I Was A Teenage Hand Model'

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