McQueen | Running Out of Things to Say

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Running Out of Things to Say

by McQueen

McQueen combine the sleaze of Gun's n Roses, the attitude and fury of The Distillers, fused withte alt-rock sounds of the Smashing Pumpkins and Dave Grohl.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Running Out of Things to Say
3:06 $0.99
2. Life Support Icu
5:47 $0.99
3. Running Out of Things to Say (video)
5:02 $0.99
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Album Notes
Since forming at the end of 2003 McQueen have completed 3 extensive and well received UK tours. The first with the riotous LA rocker Roxy Saint, then with MTV favourites The Holiday Plan. The band finally wound up the year with a sell out Metal Hammer tour with the awesome Japanese Cyber Metal act the Mad Capsule Markets.

2004 also saw the band playing a whole host of one off shows as well as warming up from everyone from NME favourites The Kaiser Chiefs through to 70"s rockers Cheap Trick, 80"s rockers The LA Guns, Ari Up's classic punk group The Slits and the more modern sounds of acts like Midtown and The Mutts. In short McQueen like to work hard.
Last year also saw the band release an EP called You Leave me Dead/Like I Care on the independent Brighton label Furry Tongue Records. The band's first proper single "Running out of things to Say" 'Life Support ICU' is set to follow shortly with a release planned for mid August. The tracks were both mixed by Queens of the Stone Age producer Joe Barresi in LA and is already being heavily supported by XFM rock show host Ian Camfield.
The band hope to start recording their first as yet untitled album over the next few weeks and will be back in the tour bus as of next week when they commence a quick college tour.



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