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Episode 2: On this episode, I discuss Queens of the Stone Age's eclectic, drug fueled sophomore record, Rated . .
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Rated R (also known on vinyl as Rated X) is the second studio album by American rock band Queens of the Stone Age, released on June 6, 2000 by Interscope Records. It was the band's first album for the label, as well as their first to feature bassist Nick Oliveri and vocalist Mark Lanegan.
Stoner Queens Of The Stone Age. 乐队列表 Stoner Queens Of The Stone Age R. 歌词. 添加评阅. 1. Feel Good Hit of the Summer. 2. The Lost Art of Keeping a Secret. 5. Better Living through Chemistry. 6. Monsters in the Parasol. 7. Quick and to the Pointless. 11. I Think I Lost My Headache.
Prior to forming Queens Of The Stone Age’s initial line-up, he’d already toured with Seattle grunge stalwarts Screaming Trees, helmed cult Californian cult-rock outfit Kyuss and co-founded Eagles Of Death Metal with Jesse Hughes. That he was able to call upon Soundgarden’s Matt Cameron, Dinosaur Jr bassist Mike Johnson and Monster Magnet’s John McBain to back him for QOTSA’s first gig, in 1997, hints at the esteem he was held in even then. Having signed to Interscope in between releasing the group’s debut album and its follow-up, Homme had grand designs for what became Rated R. We wanted to do a record that had a lot of dynamic range, he revealed in an interview with The Fade in 2001. We wanted it set up in this band so we could play anything.
Queens of the Stone Age (album) was the first official release by desert rock band Queens of the Stone Age. It was released September 22, 1998 and recorded between April 3rd and 21st of the same year. An reissue for the self-titled album was released in 2011, shortly after Rated X/Rated R Deluxe was released.
What are the best albums by Queens Of The Stone Age? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Queens Of The Stone Age is ranked number 78 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 42,842. Members who like this artist also like: Radiohead, Arcade Fire and Muse. QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE "LIVE PHILADELPHIA" LP Condition: New. Time left: 24m 11s. Ships to: Worldwide.
Released in 2000, Rated R was Queens of the Stone Age’s first true breakthrough to the mainstream, expanding on the heavy desert-rock sound with instrumentation such as vibraphone, acoustic guitars, and horns and introducing multiple vocalists (being Mark Lanegan and Nick Oliveri, who also played bass on the record). In 2010, Homme released a deluxe version of Rated R for the tenth anniversary of the album’s release. The second disc contains B-sides and a recording of the band’s 2000 performance at Reading Festival.
|1||Feel Good Hit Of The Summer|
|2||The Lost Art Of Keeping A Secret|
|3||Leg Of Lamb|
|4||Better Living Through Chemistry|
|1||Feel Good Hit Of The Summer
Backing Vocals – Nick Eldorado, Rob Halford, Wendy Ray MoanElectric Piano, Steel Guitar [Lap] – Dave Catching*Grand Piano, Percussion – Chris Goss
|2||The Lost Art Of Keeping A Secret
Backing Vocals – Pete Stahl*Baritone Saxophone – Scott MayoElectric Piano – Dave Catching*Piano [Noise] – Chris GossVibraphone – Barrett Martin
|3||Leg Of Lamb
Backing Vocals – Michael Johnson*Percussion – Josh Homme, Nick Lucero
Backing Vocals – Mark LaneganBass, Backing Vocals – Chris GossDrums, Backing Vocals – Josh HommeLead Vocals, Guitar – Nick OliveriOrgan [B3] – Dave Catching*Percussion – Nick Lucero
|5||Better Living Through Chemistry
Backing Vocals – Chris GossPiano – Dave Catching*Vibraphone, Percussion – Barrett Martin
|6||Monsters In The Parasol
Backing Vocals – Chris GossGuitar – Dave Catching*
|7||Quick And The Pointless
Backing Vocals – Nick Eldorado, Wendy Ray MoanFlugelhorn – Fernando PullumGuitar – Dave Catching*Lead Vocals – Nick Oliveri
|8||In The Fade
Electric Piano – Dave Catching*Lead Vocals – Mark LaneganNoises – Marek Percussion – Nick OliveriPercussion, Backing Vocals – Josh HommeRecorded By [Additional] – Brad Cook*
Lead Vocals – Nick OliveriRecorded By [Additional] – Brad Cook*
Piano – Josh HommeTwelve-String Guitar – Dave Catching*Vibraphone – Barrett Martin
|11||I Think I Lost My Headache
Backing Vocals – Mark LaneganHorns – Fernando Pullum, Reggie Young , Scott MayoSteel Drums – Barrett MartinSteel Guitar [Lap] – Dave Catching*
|490 683-2||Queens Of The Stone Age||R (CD, Album)||Interscope Records||490 683-2||Europe||2000|
|490683.4||Queens Of The Stone Age||R (Cass, Album)||Interscope Records||490683.4||Argentina||2000|
|490 864-1||Queens Of The Stone Age||X (LP, Album, Ltd, RE)||Interscope Records||490 864-1||Europe||Unknown|
|UICY-2469||Queens Of The Stone Age||R - Restricted To Everyone, Everywhere, All The Time (CD, Album, RE)||Interscope Records||UICY-2469||Japan||2004|
|UMCF-4069-2||Queens Of The Stone Age||2 (CD, Album, Promo)||Interscope Records||UMCF-4069-2||Canada||2000|
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