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Queens of the Stone Age
Tracklisting:
1. You think I ain't worth a dollar...
2. No one knows
3. First it giveth
4. Song for the dead
5. Sky is fallin'
6. Six shooter
7. Hangin' tree
8. Go with the flow
9. Gonna leave you
10. Do it again
11. God is the radio
12. Another love song
13. Song for the deaf
14. Mosquito song (hidden track)
15. Lost art of keeping a secret (live - UK bonus track)
16. Everybody's gonna be happy (UK bonus track)

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“This is one of my favourite albums. I was a fan of...”

Written on: 03/06/2010 by mike13 (31 reviews written)

This is one of my favourite albums. I was a fan of QOTSA, after buying this album i became an avid fan. It is a truly great album, from the roaring opening song the album takes you on a rollercoaster of songs, including popular singles 'No One Knows' and 'Go With the Flow'.
Josh Homme has a great voice and really shows why he is regarded as such a great musician.
This is the pinnacle of their work. It was also the last album bassist, Nick Oliveri worked on before leaving the band, and its his… Read Full Review

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“Songs For The Deaf took the success of Rated R and...”

Written on: 28/12/2006 by degbert (120 reviews written)

Songs For The Deaf took the success of Rated R and launched Queens of the Stone Age to new and fairly dizzying heights. Of course, in various forms and previous incarnations, each band member has enjoyed success elsewhere. But the mixture of talent, experience and creativity conspired to produce a belter.

Ironically, I think one of the weaker songs is the title track. But do not be fooled by this, because the rest is absolutely blisteringly good stuff. A lot of subtlety and clever licks, some… Read Full Review

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