Queens Of The Stone Age reissuing debut album in March

Remastered version set to feature three extra songs

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Queens Of The Stone Age's self-titled album from 1998 is set to reissued on March 7.

The remastered album will feature three additional songs – 'The Bronze', 'These Aren’t the Droids Your Looking For' and 'Spiders And Vinegaroons'.

It is being released in the UK by Domino Records after they signed a deal with Josh Homme's Rekords Rekords which will also see UK releases for other acts on the frontman's label, including Mini Mansions and Alain Johannes.

Listen to 'Regular John', the opening song on 'Queens Of The Stone Age', by scrolling down and clicking below.

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