Queens of the Stone Age - Songs For The Deaf [UK]
NME.COM feature on Queens of the Stone Age - Songs For The Deaf [UK] album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
It's the feel odd hit of the summer, and it's going to be very hard to beat
The myth is often so much better than the reality. It's great to hear about the excess, but the hangovers are less often recorded. Great to hear about the drugs, but less to hear about the dependency. Brilliant to witness the amazing rock'n'roll, much less brilliant to be present at the soundcheck. The achievement of Queens Of The Stone Age is to do all three: be masters of...
- Sep 12, 2005
Tracklisting click track to read more
- You Think I Aint Worth A Dollar But I Feel Like A MIllionaire
- The Lost Art Of Keeping A Secret [Live]
- No One Knows (Live Tour Edition Version)
- Go With The Flow
- First It Giveth
- A Song for the Dead
- The Sky Is Fallin'
- Six Shooter Version (Explicit))
- Hangin' Tree
- Gonna Leave You (Spanish Version)
- Do It Again (Live from the Melkweg Amsterdam)
- God Is On The Radio (Live Version)
- Another Love Song
- Mosquito Song
- Everybody's Gonna Be Happy (Non-LP Version)
- A Song for the Deaf
Josh Homme gives every single last fuck when it comes to crafting blow-your-mind-and-incinerate-your-crotch rock’n’roll
- May 31, 2013
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
Savages, Phoenix and Kurt Vile also appear in Josh Homme's Top 10
Homme joins comedian Reggie Watts on the set of US TV show 'Comedy Bang! Bang!'
The band are also selling a festive-themed tshirt
Queens of the Stone Age - Songs For The Deaf [UK]: Wikipedia Album Entry
Songs for the Deaf is the third studio album by American hard rock band Queens of the Stone Age. Released in 2002, the album features Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl as a guest drummer. Like their other albums, Songs for the Deaf has a large number of guest musicians, a signature of the band's releases. Following the breakthrough Rated R, this album is widely regarded as Queens of the Stone Age's magnum opus, garnering universal acclaim from critics, whilst earning the band's first gold record certification in the U.S., having sold 986,000 copies in the country. Songs for the Deaf is loosely considered as a concept album, taking the listener on a drive from Los Angeles to the Mojave Desert while tuning into radio stations from towns on the way such as Banning, California and Chino Hills, California.
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