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Queens Of The Stone Age To Re-Issue Four Classic Albums On Vinyl

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Rockers Queens Of The Stone Age are set to re-issue four of their classic albums on vinyl in November and December via Interscope Records.

The band announced they will be reissuing the Rated R, Songs For The Deaf, Lullabies to Paralyze and Era Vulgaris albums on 180-gram vinyl.

Rated R and Songs For The Deaf will be available on November 22, while the other two will be out on December 20.

Earlier this month, Queens of The Stone Age frontman Josh Homme hinted that a Desert Sessions World tour might be "coming soon" after the recent resurrection of his musical collective.

Homme told NME that the group had started recording again after heading out to the Californian desert in December 2018.

"There's a bit of mental disrobing that goes on as you drive to the desert," Homme explained.

"As a musician, particularly in this day and age, you have a bit of armor on to protect yourself from grabbing hands and chatting mouths and closed ears. You do it to insulate yourself," he added. "But on the way to Joshua Tree, you take a lot of that off - which is ultimately a combination of insecurity and bravado - and you really empty your pockets of the residual of trying to protect yourselves."

The 11th and 12th volumes of Desert Sessions are likely to arrive on October 25 after a break of sixteen years.

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