MONDO GENERATOR To Release 'A Drug Problem That Never Existed' In July

MONDO GENERATOR, the side project of QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE's Nick Oliveri and Josh Homme, have finalized the track listing for their new album, "A Drug Problem That Never Existed", due on July 1 through Ipecac Records.

"A Drug Problem That Never Existed" features former KYUSS member Brandt Bjork, Molly Maguire (EARTHLINGS?) and fellow QUEENS bandmate Dave Catching.

The album also includes collaborations with Mark Lanegan, Troy Van Leeuwen, and Josh Freese, and will be released on Ipecac, the label owned by ex-FAITH NO MORE singer Mike Patton and Greg Werckman.

The complete track listing for "A Drug Problem That Never Existed" is as follows:

01. Meth I Hear You Callin'
02. Here We Come
03. So High, So Low
04. Do The Headright
05. Open Up And Bleed For Me
06. All I Can Do
07. F.Y. I'm Free
08. Detroit
09. Me And You
10. Like You Want
11. Girls Like Christ
12. Day I Die
13. Jr. High Love
14. Four Corners


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