Queens of the Stone Age Cover Mark Lanegan's Drug-Starved 'One Hundred Days'

'...Like Clockwork' heavyweights played track for French radio broadcast

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Kyle McGovern WRITTEN BY
Kyle McGovern

Longtime Queens of the Stone Age associate Mark Lanegan pitched in during the writing and recording sessions for the desert-rock crushers' stellar ...Like Clockwork. To return the favor, QOTSA have covered Lanegan's "One Hundred Days," a druggy, surreal stunner off his 2004 LP, Bubblegum (a record that lead Queen Josh Homme actually played a few instruments on). As Antiquiet points out, Homme and crew recently performed a three-song acoustic set for French Radio OuiFM, and one of the tunes was a faithful rendition of the doomy daydream, which can be heard below.

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