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Queens Of The Stone Age/Turbonegro : Norfolk Norva Ballroom
A night of glorious rock...
Even Turbonegro have nothing on the headliners, though. Initially demonstrating a subtlety and willingness to play things quiet that belies their live-for-the-moment image, it's only when Mark Lanegan pitches up to lend his oak-smoked tones to a fiendishly dark 'Hanging Tree' that they really hit high gear. Grinding out more than enough titanic psych-metal to put them in the same league as a the bands that inspired them, a muscular 'No One Knows' and the crazed Joe Meek metal of 'Another Love Song' still retain more intricacy and imagination than other, lesser groups could ever hope for. Even during the unnecessary drum solo, or when Nick changes the lyrics of 'Feelgood Hit Of The Summer' to "nicotine marijuana TURBONEGRO!" it's easy to forget that there are other bands in the world. It doesn't matter that tonight is not Queens Of The Stone Age at their most. Because this is them at their best.
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