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Queens Of The Stone Age

Queens Of The Stone Age
Performer: Queens Of The Stone Age
Genre: Rock
MP3 album size: 2224 mb
FLAC album size: 1492 mb
Style: Alternative Rock, Hard Rock, Space Rock
Country: Europe
Released: 2000
Catalog number: 000 000-0
Label: Interscope Records

Tracklist


1Better Living Through Chemistry
Backing Vocals – Chris GossBass, Backing Vocals – Nick OliveriDrums – Nick LuceroLead Vocals, Guitar – Joshua HommePiano – Dave CatchingVibraphone [Vibes], Percussion – Barrett Martin
5:48
2Quick And The Pointless
Backing Vocals – Nick Eldorado, Wendy Ray MoanDrums – Gene TrautmannFlugelhorn – Fernando PullumGuitar – Dave CatchingLead Guitar – Joshua HommeLead Vocals, Bass – Nick Oliveri
1:42
3Feel Good Hit Of The Summer
Backing Vocals – Nick Eldorado, Rob Halford, Wendy Ray MoanBass, Backing Vocals – Nick OliveriDrums – Gene TrautmannElectric Piano, Lap Steel Guitar – Dave CatchingGrand Piano, Percussion – Chris GossGuitar, Lead Vocals – Joshua Homme
2:43
4Leg Of Lamb
Backing Vocals – Mike Johnson Bass – Nick OliveriDrums, Percussion – Nick LuceroLead Vocals, Guitar, Percussion – Joshua Homme
2:49
5Ode To Clarissa
Bass, Lead Vocals – Nick OliveriDrums – Gene TrautmannGuitar – Diamond David CatchingGuitar, Backing Vocals – Joshua Homme, Pete StahlWritten-By – J. Homme, N. Oliveri
2:40
6In The Fade
Bass, Percussion – Nick OliveriDrums – Nick LuceroElectric Piano – Dave CatchingGuitar, Backing Vocals, Percussion – Joshua HommeLead Vocals – Mark LaneganNoises – Marek Recorded By [Additional] – Brad CookSongwriter – Joshua Homme, Mark Lanegan
3:51
7Tension Head
Drums – Gene TrautmannGuitar – Joshua HommeLead Vocals, Bass – Nick OliveriRecorded By [Additional] – Brad Cook
2:53
8Monsters In The Parasol
Backing Vocals – Chris GossBass, Backing Vocals – Nick OliveriDrums – Gene TrautmannGuitar – Dave CatchingLead Vocals, Guitar – Joshua HommeSongwriter – Joshua Homme, Mario Lalli
3:28
9Lightning Song
Bass – Nick OliveriPercussion – Barrett MartinPiano – Joshua HommeSongwriter – Dave CatchingTwelve-String Guitar – Dave Catching
2:08
10Auto Pilot
Backing Vocals – Mark LaneganBass, Backing Vocals – Chris GossDrums, Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals – Joshua HommeLead Vocals, Guitar – Nick OliveriOrgan [B3] – Dave CatchingPercussion – Nick Lucero
4:01
11The Lost Art Of Keeping A Secret
Backing Vocals – Pete StahlBaritone Saxophone – Scott MayoBass, Backing Vocals – Nick OliveriDrums – Nick LuceroElectric Piano – Dave CatchingLead Vocals, Guitar – Joshua HommePiano [Noise] – Chris GossVibraphone [Vibes] – Barrett Martin
3:36
12I Think I Lost My Headache
Backing Vocals – Mark LaneganBass, Backing Vocals – Nick OliveriDrums – Nick LuceroGuitar, Lead Vocals – Joshua HommeHorns – Fernando Pullum, Reggie Young , Scott MayoLap Steel Guitar – Dave CatchingSteel Drums – Barrett Martin
8:40

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
069490683-2Queens Of The Stone Age R ‎(CD, Album)Interscope Records069490683-2US2000
490683.4Queens Of The Stone Age R ‎(Cass, Album)Interscope Records490683.4Argentina2000
UICY-2469Queens Of The Stone Age R - Restricted To Everyone, Everywhere, All The Time ‎(CD, Album, RE)Interscope RecordsUICY-2469Japan2004
UMCF-4069-2Queens Of The Stone Age 2 ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Interscope RecordsUMCF-4069-2Canada2000
noneQueens Of The Stone Age Rated R ‎(CDr, Album, Promo)Polydor, Interscope RecordsnoneFranceUnknown

Credits


  • A&RDebbie Southwood-Smith
  • A&R [Assistance]Lisa Ballard
  • Art DirectionFrancesca Restrepo
  • Booking [European Booking]Steve Strange
  • Booking [U.S. Booking]Robby Fraser
  • Coordinator [Technical Coordination]Shivaun O'Brien
  • Design Concept [Art Concept]Joshua Homme, Nick Oliveri
  • Engineer [Second]Marek
  • Engineer [Sequence & Assembly]Martin Schmelzle
  • Lacquer Cut ByMK
  • ManagementPete Riedling, Ted Gardner
  • Management [Business Manager]Scott Padell
  • Management [Tour]Adam Parsons
  • Mixed By []Trina Shoemaker
  • Mixed By [+]Marek
  • Mixed By [o]Joshua Homme
  • Photography ByDavis Factor
  • Photography By [Cd Photo]Nigel Kopp
  • ProducerChris Goss (tracks: A1 to B4), Joshua Homme
  • Recorded ByTrina Shoemaker
  • Songwriter [All Songs By Except]Joshua Homme (tracks: A1 To A5, A7, B2, B4), Nick Oliveri (tracks: A1 To A5, A7, B2, B4)
  • Sounds [FOH Sound / Guru]Hutch
  • Technician [Drum Tech]Gersh
  • Technician [Guitar Tech]Dan Druff
  • Technician [Pre Production Assistance]Bob Brunner

Notes


Issued with an insert sheet.

Sticker on front sleeve reads:
"Queens Of The Stone Age - Rated R (X Rated)
Features The Hit Single
The Lost Art Of Keeping A Secret
& Bonus Track
Ltd Edition Gatefold Vinyl
000 000-0"

Recorded at Sound City Studios, Van Nuys, CA from December 1999 to February 2000.

"Ode To Clarissa" is a bonus track, not appearing on the CD version.
Catalog# "000 000-0" on backcover, spine, label and sticker.

Title "X" taken from label.
Title on spine "Feel Good Hit Of The Summer".

℗ 2000 Interscope Records. © 2000 Interscope Records.
Licensed exclusively to Polydor Ltd. (UK)
Made in the E.U.

Pressing plant uncredited, identified by the matrix numbers.

Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): B041493-01 A1 MK
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped): B041493-01 B1 MK
  • Label Code: LC 06406
  • Rights Society: BIEM/MCPS
  • Barcode (Sticker, back of shrink wrap): 0 606949 086411

Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Interscope Records
  • Copyright (c) – Interscope Records
  • Licensed To – Polydor Ltd. (UK)
  • Recorded At – Sound City Studios
  • Published By – Board Stiff Music
  • Published By – Natural Light Music
  • Published By – Blood Onion Music
  • Pressed By – Optimal Media Production – B041493
  • Lacquer Cut At – Optimal Media Production

Video

Album


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. Bassist Nick Oliveri, also a former member of Kyuss, would join the band by. 2017 The Official Soundtrack Album. Revamp: The Songs Of Elton John & Bernie Taupin. Various artists. The Punisher: The Album. 2015 г. Queens of the Stone Age. Queens Of The Stone Age is ranked number 73 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 31,246. Queens Of The Stone Age official website: . Upcoming concerts. Queens of the Stone Age Albums Ranked. Eduardo Rivadavia. Whatever else is said about them, Queens of the Stone Age have been one of the most unconventional rock bands of the past two decades. August 28 2017. Like Clockwork. by: Stuart Berman. June 3 2013. March 8 2011. Rated R. Best New Reissue. by: Sean Fennessey. August 6 2010. Era Vulgaris. by: David Raposa. June 11 2007. Over the Years and Through the Woods. November 21 2005. Lullabies to Paralyze. by: Amanda Petrusich. March 20 2005. Songs for the Deaf. by: Eric Carr. All the singles and albums of QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, peak chart positions, career stats, week-by-week chart runs and latest Queens of the Stone Age. 1998 - Queens Of The Stone Age. 2000 - Rated R. 2002 - Songs For The Deaf. 2005 - Lullabies To Paralyze. 2007 - Era Vulgaris. Stone Age Complication. Bill Callahan Announces New Album 'Gold Record'. Dixie Chicks Change Name to The Chicks. Phoebe Bridgers Performs I See You on Corden from Inside Her Own Car. There isnt an album in the Queens of the Stone Age oeuvre that wouldnt please your average Motörhead fan theyre all squealing powder kegs of flat-drive riffage, even as the gestures towards songwriting have wound down over time. But Homme found a sweet spot: he combined the humor of Foo Fighters videos with the unwavering meat-and-potatoes Hungry Man dinners of Foo Fighters albums, threw a bit of Jack Whites detuned swing in there, and Tenacious Ds acid-casualty absurdity, too. Unlike Dave Grohl, Hommes desire to never be serious isnt self-conscious. He has no ultra-earnest tracks to c
Shan
I listened to a reissue for years, and thought it was ok. Not great, but good enough. The low volume didn’t bug me too much, I just turned it up. But finally, after reading the comments on here I bought this original UK/Europe pressing. And there is indeed a very big difference in quality. Definitely worth the extra money.
Sharpbinder
My version has the sticker on the right corner. What does that mean? Everything else looks like this original version.
Marinara
Doesn't sound that different to the CD. However, the sound is clear, balanced and punchy. Everything sounds hi-res and there is good instrument separation. Sounds teriffic on my Rega RP3 turntable. I recommend.
Zeleence
I got one from a third party seller on Amazon and it had seems pretty good so far, except for the stickers being on the wrong side and the grainy porn on the inside of the cover. When I drop the needle on "Side A", I get Into the Fade. I'll have to look at the catalog number. I wouldn't be surprised if it's an unlicensed reproduction, but I don't really mind.
Getaianne
I think the porn is supposed to be grainy cause it definitelly looks grainy on my NEW copy.
Awene
Today I found this with the "sharp cornered" sticker at a local store and picked it up. It sounds fine and the cover and labels look fine. Heafty vinyl too.
Mightdragon
Sounds like the pressing I got too, from a local store. Wasn't sure about it. It sounds great, and everything else is quality, so even if it IS a bootleg, I don't even care, because it's fantastic!
Yar
I got this one in from at third part seller on Amazon, it sounds great.
Binthars
Just a head up, folks. There is a brand new bootleg pressing of this (June 2014ish). Has the 000 000-0 catalog number on the back and on the white sticker on the front cover...I think it had it on the spine...a blank white spot on the back. Has "Don't make me beg, just f**k me" written really small on the back cover under the white line. Has "Feel Good Hit of the Summer" spine. So this is a really good bootleg look alike. The only way I could tell the difference is that the true original's hype sticker on the front cover has "rounded" corners. This new bootleg has 90degree sharp corners. I didn't open up the one I got as I realized this was not the real deal when I saw the corners of the sticker on the front cover. I don't know if it has the insert and I don't know how the sound quality is. People are trying to sell it under this listing...either unknowingly, or deliberately. Either way, make sure you are buying the real deal before you buy one from anybody...and if it is a sealed copy, be really skeptical.
Gavigamand
This is the one you have:http://www.discogs.com/Queens-Of-The-Stone-Age-X/release/6323619You're also right....there is an unofficial one out there with rounded corners as well. That is a bootleg and has different matrix codes, and does not list the 000000 number on the sticker like the original does and like yours does. Then there is the version that is this listing. It has rounded corners and also lists the 000000 on the sticker. It is the original press from 2000 and has different matrix codes on the vinyl than either the bootleg with rounded corners or the one that you with the squared off corners. This album has never had an official re-release. All pressing that you find on Ebay and in record stores (my local record stores sell this one too and used to have the one with rounded corners) are all unofficial copies.
Delirium
I have two copies of this and they are OFFICIAL ones.. from two different Finnish record stores that don't sell any illegal copies..and still my hype sticker are sharp corned no round. and matrix/deadwax is:B041493-01 A2 HLB041493-01 B3 HLI think the unofficial one has round corners.. these two can't anyway be illegal ones.. BECAUSE they are selling this with 20 $ at ebay right now and the sticker are round corned in everyone ! So please don't believe this sticker theory.. thats not the case
Kelerana
I just picked one up at Amoeba in LA. THey have a bunch of them. Retail: $32.98. Aside from the rounded corners of the hype sticker, I don't know how one could tell the difference - particularly after it's opened. The matrix runout is even the same as what's listed here - except for the last two characters. Instead of MK, I believe they read HL.
Gldasiy
I've got a copy. I was expecting the worst but it's not that bad. It's a little quiet but not the worst album I own.
LoboThommy
This version sounds amazing compared to the reissue.
Stonewing
I agree. This pressing sounds fantastic!
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