Published Nov 14, 2007Queens of the Stone Age were forced to abruptly end their recent gig at a California rehab facility. Asked to play an intimate six-song set at an undisclosed drying out clinic in Los Angeles, according to NME.com the band were cut off before the end of their first song, "Feel Good Hit Of The Summer," which lists off a number of recreational substances ("Nicotine, valium, vicodin, marijuana, ecstasy and alcohol... c-c-c-c-c-cocaine.") Nice. Once they stopped, the band were "manhandled" out of the facility by "heavy security" for failing to provide the "light-hearted" intimacy the venue was expecting. For some reason I have a feeling the song selection was deliberate.
Queens of the Stone Age "3's & 7's" (THE BOOBS VERSION)