QOTSA Release '...Like Clockwork' on a USB Flash Drive

Alongside with the album and a bunch of bonus stuff fans will get 8 GB USB flash drive and - oh my God - a bottle opener!

QOTSA Release '...Like Clockwork' on a USB Flash Drive
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Queens of the Stone Age release their latest album, "...Like Clockwork," on a USB flash drive, Antiquiet reports.

The band posted the infomercial video featuring Portlandia's Fred Armisen as "Ricky Chism" from Do Stuff corporation via their YouTube channel. Even if you don't want to purchase the album, check out the video in the player below, because it's totally worth watching.

The USB flash drive version of "...Like Clockwork" includes:

  • the full album
  • high-resolution photos
  • original artwork
  • music videos
  • lyric sheets
  • bottle opener.

    You can buy it here.

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      takenthecannoli
      So...quality files or what? An 8GB flash drive is way more than enough to put the WAV files on there.
      DaniArrow
      Seriously, most important info is missing. If it's MP3 I'll keep on opening my beers with my lighter. If it's WAV or FLAC I might try this!
      alfie9000
      "The USB flash drive version of "...Like Clockwork" includes: the full album high-resolution photos original artwork music videos lyric sheets bottle opener ." A bottle opener! Fuck yeah!
      Rastapunk
      That's just another way to make money... 29.99$? Let's say the album is 9.99$, that's 20$ for a 8GB Flash Drive. I got a 32GB for that price...
      UniformRecon
      Yeah, and considering shipping is another $20, that means my deluxe edition vinyl cost less than that (and it came with a free download for the FLAC files).
      Oraznatac
      This is a very innovative and cool concept that other bands should follow as well.
      abudabiman
      yeah. it's cheap now for making and easy way to listen. and it give artist more opportunities for creativity.
      FERAL1975
      Well looking at the pics it seems the usb stick IS the bottle opener. Bit of a swizz really, they should've included a proper beer opener, then it would all be definitely worth the money.
      EnslaveTheWorld
      To be honest, I'd rather have a CD. Small USB drives can get lost just as easy as CDs scratch. Seriously, how often do you accidently scratch your CD so much it becomes unplayable? I'm betting people can come with a counter argument, but in the end, I'll just stick with CDs or vinyl.