Queens of the Stone Age - Queens of the Stone Age
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Release date: 06 October 1998
Better. Than. Sex...
It’s either fluke or a reassuring testament to the universal morality of rock’n’roll. But either way, it’s terribly bloody sad. The Atlantic Ocean, in rock-demographic terms, couldn’t be wider right now. Not so much a tale of two cities, but two mutually exclusive religions; not battling (because everyone’s having too much fun) but working at polar opposites of the spectrum....
- Mar 15, 2005
Tracklisting click track to read more
- Regular John (Live Tour Edition Version)
- Avon (Live from the Mean Fiddler Version)
- If Only (Live @ Paradiso Amsterdam)
- Walkin' on the Sidewalks
- You Would Know
- How to Handle a Rope
- Mexicola (Live 2005)
- Hispanic Impressions
- You Can't Quit Me Baby
- Give the Mule What He Wants
- I Was a Teenage Hand Model
- Kyuss - Into The Void
- Absense Without Leaving
- Born to Hula
- Spiders and Vinegaroons
Further evidence of now sick '...Like Clockwork' is going to be
- May 16, 2013
A comeback as ferocious as we'd hoped it would be
- Apr 11, 2013
Sick, Sick, Sick (Interscope)
- Dec 14, 2007
Band's gig at The Wiltern now online
Band watched by Morrissey and Jack White as they perform songs from new album '...Like Clockwork'
The Queens Of The Stone Age frontman also compares Arctic Monkeys' Alex Turner to a yoga instructor
Queens of the Stone Age - Queens of the Stone Age: Wikipedia Album Entry
Queens of the Stone Age is the self-titled debut album from Queens of the Stone Age. The album was released on September 22nd 1998 on Loose Groove records, operated by Pearl Jam guitarist Stone Gossard. The vinyl version was released in three limited editions on Frank Kozik's record label Man's Ruin Records. Recently different counterfeit versions of this album have shown up for sale on websites such as eBay.
The album features a monotonous riff-oriented songwriting style that Joshua Homme dubbed "robot rock", similar to the extended jam sessions of his previous band Kyuss.
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Who are you girl?
Who are you boy?
Bet I know what you're up to
Can I come along?
Cozied up to the toilet, face stuck to the floor
I met expectations that I was trying to ignore
Jobe had such patience I wonder, what's that like
A hundred thousand million, that's what you like
The mule want it
The mule want it Sunday
He'll eat it
He'll eat it one day
It's a mistake but who knows
Followed you home, crawled in your window
This life is a trip when you're psycho in love
And I know
Setting sun deals hands of gold
There's velvet eyes in Mexico
From so far away and all she said was true
Too late to think or filter anymore
The bitter pill to swallow, maybe you're
In a blanket haze of ephedrine
I'm wonderin' where the hell you been
Me just happy robot
Live on hill of beans
You and I cut from same cloth
Rippin' at the seams
Got some action on the other side
Loose teeth in my head
New programs are coming in
So rise and take your oath
If it gets you down well then I'll take it
If it gets you up well I don't want it
It let you down, so broken hearted
If it gets you down well then I want it
I seen you go
Through a park in a haze
And I don't listen
For traffic going the same way
I've been waiting
Waiting under things
That rise in the morning
I've been holding