Drenched in Blog: Queens of the Stone Age in a Salt Mine

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I have made no bones about wanting to get with Josh Homme, leader of Queens of the Stone Age. Trust me, this blogger is all man. I mean, I have been partially clothed around women that are not my mother and I have been known to kiss girls on the lips. Granted, they have all been drunk or heavily medicated, or smitten with the idea of dating a poor, tattooed blogger. To be clear, I'm pretty sure I'm straight. About 95 percent at least. But this man-crush is absolutely out of control.

Queens of the Stone Age recently played a gig in an underground salt mine in Germany, aiming to release the footage for a concert DVD. This is a quick teaser clip. Expect the complete concert to be unveiled by spring. – Craig Hlavaty

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