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...For Victory

Number of discs: 1

...Like Clockwork (Limited Deluxe Edition 2xLP+MP3)

Number of discs: 2
PartNumber: 110400
...Like Clockwork is the first Queens Of The Stone Age album since 2007's Era Vulgaris and, according to its founder constant, Joshua Homme, " clockwork was the only thing that didn't happen. " After a "manic year, " Homme and the current version of the Queens -- veteran Troy Van Leeuwen, Michael Shuman and Dean Fertita--along with the outgoing Joey Castillo and returning associate Dave Grohl, decided to embrace The Beast, "ride shotgun on our emotional bandwagon... hold the horrible, lick the lunacy" and, instead of shying away from uncomfortable or painful subject matter -- face it head-on.

Along with Grohl, they picked up known associates Mark Lanegan, Nick Oliveri , Jon Theodore (now drumming full-time in the current live incarnation), Sir Elton John, Trent Reznor, Alex Turner and Jake Shears.

Whatever happened -- out there, in whatever desert arroyo, former meth lab, decommissioned missile silo, nuclear test site, underground laboratory, convergence of brain waves and gamma rays, QOTSA emerges with not only their best work to date, but one of the most ambitious, fully realized classic rock albums in recent memory.

Deluxe vinyl version contains 2 high quality 180 gram LPs pressed at Pallas in Europe, packaged in a limited ultrathick gatefold sleeve with printed inners, full album download code, and a 20 page 12x12 book.

..It's Too Late to Stop Now...Volume I

Number of discs: 2
Run Time: 92 minutes
(2CD) Volume 1. Original double live album newly remastered in 24-bit high resolution sound (18 tracks). Best performances from eight 1973 concerts at the Troubadour, Los Angeles, Santa Monica Civic Center & Rainbow Theatre, London.

..It's Too Late to Stop Now...Volumes II, III, IV & DVD

Number of discs: 4
Run Time: 313 minutes
A 3-CD/1-DVD collection of previously unreleased live concert recordings from Van Morrison's mythic 1973 tour with the Caledonia Soul Orchestra, "It's Too Late To Stop Now.. Volumes II, III, IV & DVD" collates peak performances originally recorded at three venues: The Troubadour in Los Angeles, the Santa Monica Civic Center, and The Rainbow Theatre in London.

The set's DVD features professionally-lensed live footage from the Rainbow Theatre, which originally aired on the BBC in the UK and is now available for the first time as a commercial home video release.

CD1: Recorded live at The Troubadour, Los Angeles, May 23, 1973

CD2: Recorded live at the Santa Monica Civic, California, June 29, 1973

CD3: Recorded live at The Rainbow, London, July 23 & 24, 1973

DVD: Recorded live at The Rainbow, London, July 24, 1973


Number of discs: 1
Model: 2001330
PartNumber: 6507446
This album is shrouded in mystery. Temporarily called 'The Secret Project' and now appropriately titled simply "?", this CD consists of one 55 minute track that explores the mysteries of God. It is pure prog heaven with all the earmarks of Neal's previous work plus development into new areas. This is a dazzling piece of music that some are already calling Neal's best work yet. From heavy sections where Alan Morse (Neal's brother and fellow founder of neo-prog giants 'Spock's Beard') and Jordan Rudess from Dream Theater trade solos, to sections that feature the massively creative mind of Mr. Roine Stolt (Flower Kings) that bring back recollections of Neal's other ex-band Transatlantic, this album is a progressive rock fans dream! Built on the musical foundation of multi-award winning drummer Mike Portnoy and the bass of Ajalon's Randy George, this is another instant classic from the creator of "Snow" and "Bridge Across Forever". Featuring a guest appearance by original Genesis guitar wizard Steve Hackett. As for the subject matter of the album: Neal says "If you show someone a door and say 'here's a door, walk through it' they'll probably say 'forget it'! But, if you show them a wall and say 'there's a door here somewherefind it!' it becomes much more interesting. It is always more interesting when you find something for yourself rather than someone showing you something they found."