Queens of the Stone Age Thrown Out of Rehab Clinic
The Pulse of Radio reports: QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE were reportedly thrown out of a rehab clinic last week just one song into a performance, according to NME.com. The band accepted an invitation to play a six-song concert for patients at an unnamed California facility, but their set was abruptly cut short during the opening number and the group members were forcibly removed from the building by security guards. The song that the QUEENS opened with? "Feel Good Hit of the Summer", which consists of one line repeated over and over again: "Nicotine, Valium, Vicodin, marijuana, Ecstasy and alcohol...c-c-c-c-c-cocaine."
Staff members at the clinic were reportedly unamused and refused to do anything but eject the band.
Ironically, the Colorado Police Department uses the song in instructional videos about drunk driving.
QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE perform in Dortmund, Germany on Friday night (November 16) and will remain in Europe until early December. The band returns home for five West Coast shows in the middle of next month as it continues promoting its latest CD, "Era Vulgaris".
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