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- Posted on Jun 1st 2011 12:00PM by Matt Glazebrook
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QOTSA headline the Other Stage on Sunday, June 26, and will play 10 songs as voted for by visitors to a special BBC web page, the NME reports. Not that Homme is offering up his entire back catalogue to the public whim -- anyone hoping to force him to have a stab at, say, the minute-and-a-half long, Nick Oliveri-sung, garage-screamer 'Quick and to the Pointless,' from 2000's 'Rated R,' will be disappointed -- but he has made a list of 50 tunes available for Glasto-goers to choose from.
The list includes tracks from all five of the Queens' albums to date -- from their 1998 self-titled debut to 2007's 'Era Vulgaris' -- and features all the usual suspects like 'Lost Art of Keeping a Secret' and 'No One Knows' alongside more obscure cuts. BBC Radio 1's Zane Lowe will be announcing the tunes fans have chosen to be their feel good hits of the summer on his pre-Glastonbury 23 June show. Voting is open until June 9.