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b68026692e And of course it wouldnt be a Queens of the Stone Age album without a purely instrumental track such as Hispanic Impressions. When he sings I want you notice when Im not around/Wherever you are, theres no doubt wed notice with songs like this, especially with an ending that spirals into a dizzying feast of Hommes intricate guitar work and burning strings. However the tasty riffs and wall-of-sound guitar tone definitely make up for this! This is closer to Homme and Oliveri's 80s stoner metal band Kyuss than anything the queens have done since Songs For The Deaf (this is probably due to Oliveri's input until 2003 when he was fired from the band for being a wife-beating maniac. When checking both releases they have different runout etchings particular to the label they were appearing on, the Ipecac is slightly thicker and heavier with a visibly different groove cut, the edges of the record itself are not tapered like the Domino UK pressing. "Avon" Homme 3:25 3. A couple of songs have been added to the track list including Spiders And Vinegaroons.Everything somehow sounds a lot clearer here, and this new quality of old songs really adds to the energy. Josh Homme - production Joe Barresi - 'co'-production, mixing Chris Goss - production on "Spiders and Vinegaroons" . "Mexicola" Homme 4:54 8. Technical personnel.
"Queens Of The Stone Age At Home In Desert". Or Nick Oliveri. Retrieved 2011-08-13. The text on the spine is also the correct way up on the Domino pressing. Tracks 6, 11 & 13 are tracks that were included in the re-release. All this publication's reviews Read full review Q MagazineApr 14, 2011 60 The newly remastered version is also bolstered by three additional track as reclaimed from the vaults. "The Bronze" & "These Aren't the Droids You're Looking For" were included in the 1998 split release with the band Beaver. Anyhoo.).Absolutely worth buying, unless you have anything against Kyuss. Includes a lot of my favourite QOTSA songs and isWhile Songs for the Deaf just about edges it, this is my second favourite album of all time. It was fitting that the final release from Kyuss featured a cover of Black Sabbath's "Into the Void", because throughout their seven-year existence, the Palm Desert quartet essentially existed in one-- the band's devastating stoner-rock earned the respect of various celebrity admirers (Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and Soundgarden among them) but they never successfully sold it to the masses.