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Queens Of The Stone Age frontman Josh Homme yesterday (August 4) stood in for Jarvis Cocker on the Pulp frontman's weekly radio show, Jarvis Cocker's Sunday Service.

Go to the BBC 6Music website to stream the full two-hour long show, which opens with Homme saying: "I'm here to tickle your rock and roll fancy, so get up and undo your pantsies." Bobby Gillespie of Primal Scream also recently covered for Cocker on the show. After playing Primal Scream's 'Miss Lucifer', Homme said: "Jarvis has got good fill-in taste... Bobby and I had the pleasure of going out to the desert together and forgetting both of our names as we played music. I don't think he'd ever seen it that dirty and hot before."

The show also sees Homme playing tracks by Arctic Monkeys, The Cramps, Bill Withers, Savages and Grimes. Scroll below for the full setlist.

Josh Homme played:

Screamin' Jay Hawkins – 'Alligator Wine'
Whomadewho – 'Space For Rent'
The Cramps – 'Garbageman'
The Damned – 'Neat Neat Neat'
Björk – 'Enjoy'
Primal Scream – 'Miss Lucifer'
The Saints – '(I'm) Stranded'
The Doors – 'Not To Touch The Earth'
Iceage – 'Ecstasy'
Bill Withers – 'Use Me'
Bauhaus – 'Ziggy Stardust'
Roky Erickson – 'Anthem (I Promise)'
Sly and the Family Stone – 'I Want To Take You Higher'
Savages – 'No Face'
Komeda – 'Disko'
Misfits – 'She'
Gnonnas Pedro – 'DaDje Von O Von'
Eagles Of Death Metal – 'Speaking In Tongues'
Grimes – 'Oblivion'
Beck – 'Girl'
Blonde Redhead – 'In Particular'
Cat Power – 'Werewolf'
Ramones – 'Sheena Is A Punk Rocker'
AC/DC – 'Dirty Deeds (Done Dirt Cheap)'
Iggy Pop – 'Sixteen'
Iggy Pop – 'Nightclubbing'
Arctic Monkeys – 'Do Me A Favour'
Bobby 'Boris' Pickett - 'Monster Mash'

Josh Homme recently spoke about the new Arctic Monkeys album 'AM', on which he appears. After Alex Turner contributed vocals and lyrics to the current Queens Of The Stone Age album '…Like Clockwork', Homme returned the favour by contributing vocals to the band's forthcoming fifth collection, due for release on September 9.

Speaking at the Rock For People festival at Hradec Kralove in the Czech Republic, Homme said: "I sang on the new Arctic Monkeys record. It's a really cool, sexy after-midnight record. It's called 'AM', so I guess that's really obvious. And it's really good. It's really good. It's not disco, but it's like a modern, dancefloor sexy record. It's really good."

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