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Kyuss / Queens Of The Stone Age - Untitled mp3 album

Kyuss / Queens Of The Stone Age - Untitled mp3 album Performer: Kyuss
Title: Untitled
Style: Stoner Rock
Date of release: 2005
Size MP3: 1126 mb
Size FLAC: 1898 mb
Rating: 4.2
Format: AC3 MP2 AA MOD AHX ADX FLAC

Queens of the Stone Age is the eponymous debut studio album by American rock band Queens of the Stone Age, released by Loosegroove Records on October 6, 1998. It was primarily written and recorded in April 1998 by founding member Josh Homme and his former Kyuss bandmate Alfredo Hernández, with Hernández playing drums and Homme singing and playing the rest of the instruments. Homme also produced the album alongside Joe Barresi

Complete your Kyuss, Queens Of The Stone Age collection. Sound is okay, but some skips (from cd) on kyuss side. Better than no vinyl but not worth 20€.

It features some of the final studio recordings by Kyuss while debuting guitarist Josh Homme's next project, Queens of the Stone Age. Five of the EP's six tracks had previously been released: Kyuss' cover version of Black Sabbath's "Into the Void" had been released as a single by Man's Ruin the prior year, with "Fatso Forgotso" as its B-side, while "Fatso Forgotso Phase II" had been released under the title "Flip the Phase" in 1995 on the single for "One Inch. If Only Everything" was re-recorded under the shortened title "If Only" for Queens of the Stone Age's debut album in 1998, while "Born to Hula" was re-recorded and appeared as a B-side on "The Lost Art of Keeping a Secret" single from the band's 2000 album Rated R. "Fatso Forgotso" and "Fatso Forgotso Phase II (Flip the Phase.

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Queens of the Stone Age is the self-titled debut album by Queens of the Stone Age. It was released on September 22nd, 1998 and was recorded over the course of April 3 to the 21 of the same year. Josh Homme was the guitarist for a band called Kyuss

The 'Queens tracks are incredible too. the original versions of "If Only" and "Born To Hula" found here are far better the later re-recordings and "Spiders And Vinegaroons" beautifully swirls and swamps and closes the CD perectly. One person found this helpful. Kyuss ends their trio of songs with "Fatso Forgotso Part II" which I the shortest song on the album but arguably one of the best. Then I Queens Of The Stone Age. "If Only Everything" can be found on their self-titled debut, but I personally like this version better. Then comes "Born To Hula", another stand-out track.

Stone Age Complication. EP, 2004, Interscope Records. The String Quartet Tribute to Queens of the Stone Age : Strings for the Deaf. Tribute, 27 Январь 2004, Vitamin Records.

The album was primarily written and recorded by founding member Josh Homme and former Kyuss drummer Alfredo Hernández, and features a riff-oriented songwriting style that Homme subsequently dubbed robot rock. Regarding this aesthetic, Homme stated, I just wanted to start a band that within three seconds of listening, people knew what band it was. In 2011, the album was reissued with three new songs: The Bronze, These Aren’t the Droids You’re Looking For, and Spiders and Vinegaroons. Queens of the Stone Age Q&A.