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Them Crooked Vultures go for Seconds this Summer

The titanic rock team up between the Queens, Foos and Zeppelin may not have changed the face of music, but they did put out a pretty damn interesting album. Now bassist John Paul Jones – he of Led Zeppelin hall of fame – has said their second album will be recorded this year, probably “bu the end of summer, something like that.” And if you’re wondering how a man with a cast iron reputation goes about working, he continued to Stuff: "We're all hard workers. In a way we need to do this for ourselves. Once we committed to it we worked as hard as a young band would, put the hours in. It's got to be good – we've got reputations to uphold more than anything else." Other bands could learn from this.


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