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
Album Name Stone Age Complication. Type EP. Data de lançamento 2004. Labels Interscope Records. Estilo de MúsicaStoner. Membros têm este álbum10. 1. Who'll Be the Next in Line. 2. Wake Up Screaming. Other productions from Queens Of The Stone Age. Villains. Lullabies to Paralyze.
Josh Homme has stated that this is the only Queens of the Stone Age album released without any input from him or the band. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Stone Age Complication is an EP by Queens of the Stone Age containing six previously unreleased versions of old songs and cover versions. Josh Homme has stated that this is the only Queens of the Stone Age album released without any input from him or the band.
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Nom de l'album Stone Age Complication. Date de parution 20 Avril 2004. Style MusicalStoner Rock. Membres possèdant cet album1. Autres productions de Queens Of The Stone Age.
Villains (Queens of the Stone Age album). Villains is the seventh studio album by American rock band Queens of the Stone Age, released on August 25, 2017 through Matador. The album was announced on June 14, with a teaser trailer taking the form of a comedy skit featuring the band performing a polygraph test with Liam Lynch. The first single, "The Way You Used to Do", was released the following day along with the announcement of a world tour
Stone Age Complication red157 It feels as if the EP was forced out in the wake of Oliveri's leaving, what would eventually become Lullabies. Nov 05, 2007 07:02 am Nov 05, 2007 07:02 am. As B-Sides go, this band has enough to fill a double album and some of the omissions made are unforgiveable.
Oliveri had previously played alongside Homme in the band Kyuss and joined Queens of the Stone Age as its permanent bass guitarist and co-lead vocalist, in 1998, upon the release of its debut album, Queens of the Stone Age. Being friends since childhood, the two meshed well together. Oliveri's punk background brought an element of danger and attitude to the Queens' live shows. As the band's two core members, the duo recorded the breakthrough albums, Rated R and Songs for the Deaf, together.