Yes I got a copy through USENEXT google it you have to pay but you can find anything. Anyways the CD is great overall 3's and 7's is one of the best QOTSA songs to date and for the most part its your typical Queens effort. I would say that the songs go along the vien of Burn the witch sounds. I didnt get Suture your future so I havent heard that and the torrent had another song on it called running joke, so thats either not on the CD or its a secret song not shown here. I will be buying this as soon as it hit shelves. All in all another awesome job.
I dont know S. Sra. Im a huge QOTSA fan and I felt a little let down when I heard this album, which I downloaded too. (Dont worry all you people out there, Ill buy it too). One of the best songs on the cd, the song with the same title as the album, isnt even on the US version. Besides that, too many of the songs sound alike, and the production does not seem very good. Its almost like this QOTSA cd is going in the direction of Eagles of Death Metal rather than continuing the old QOTSA we all love. Given, 3s and 7s is one of the sickest songs Ive heard by them, and Sick Sick Sick is good too, but I still just dont know. Maybe I need to listen to it some more, and have it grow on me. I just dont know about this one yet.
I notice there are songs missing from the U.S. release. When I bought the CD online I got the following songs also: Era Vulgarius (w/ Trent Reznor), Running Joke, Goin' Out West, and Christian Brothers. Did you receive these songs also. If so, do you know if there is a limited edition retail release with these songs on it? Thanks