Josh Homme Compiles Queen of the Stone Age Collaborators on Record Store Day Ten-Inch

Josh Homme Compiles Queen of the Stone Age Collaborators on Record Store Day Ten-Inch
Record Store Day already published its guide to all of this year's exclusive releases, but we keep learning of new music that will be arriving in shops on April 16. The latest is a ten-inch picture disc from Josh Homme's Rekords Rekords.

The mini-compilation is called A Rekords Rekords Record, and it features tracks from four different artists, all of them associated with Queens of the Stone Age.

This includes a song from Josh Homme's collaborative desert rock series Desert Sessions. The track, "Nenada," originally appeared on the album Volume 7: Gypsy Marches, which was the first Rekords Rekords release. There is also a cut from Mini Mansions, which is the side-project of bassist Michael Shuman, plus a tune by QOTSA collaborator Alain Johannes.

Naturally, the set also has one track from Queens of the Stone Age: "Regular John," which originally appeared on the band's recently reissued self-titled debut.

This one is being distributed by Domino, which means that it's only coming out in the UK. But good news, North America: Piccadilly Records says that any extra copies will be sold online afterwards, so you may be luck.

A Rekords Rekords Record:

1. Alain Johannes - "Endless Eyes"
2. Desert Sessions - "Nenada"
3. Queens of the Stone Age - "Regular John"
4. Mini Mansions - "The Room Outside"