Queens of the Stone Age Open ‘Villains’ U.S. Tour: Set List, Video
Opening the set with "Feet Don't Fail Me," the leadoff track from Villains, the band set the tone for the show, which included performances of a half-dozen cuts from the new LP alongside a hefty helping of older material — including "Leg of Lamb," a track from 2000's Rated R, making its return to the stage for the first time in six years.
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Queens of the Stone Age return to the road on a triumphant note, as Villains recently enjoyed a No. 1 debut in multiple countries — topping the charts in the U.K., Australia, Canada, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Switzerland, and Portugal. The album, which bowed at No. 3 in the United States, also topped the vinyl charts in several spots around the world, marking what a band press release billed as the "single biggest global sales week" in the group's history. The band next travels to Philadelphia for the next in a string of dates that will keep them busy through mid-September; after some time off, they're scheduled to return to the road in early October, traveling throughout the United States for much of the rest of the month - you can get all the details and tickets at their official site. Take a look at the band's Port Chester setlist below.
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Queens of the Stone Age, Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY, 9/6/17
"Feet Don't Fail Me"
"Turnin' on the Screw"
"My God Is the Sun"
"You Think I Ain't Worth a Dollar, But I Feel Like a Millionaire"
"First It Giveth"
"Leg of Lamb"
"I Appear Missing"
"Villains of Circumstance"
"If I Had a Tail"
"The Way You Used to Do"
"I Sat by the Ocean"
"The Evil Has Landed"
"No One Knows"
"A Song for the Dead"
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