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
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
Come of Age (also alternatively titled The Vaccines Come of Age) is the second studio album by English indie rock band The Vaccines, which was released on 3 September 2012. It follows their debut album What Did You Expect from The Vaccines?, released the previous year. It was produced by Ethan Johns and reached number one in the UK.
The album was re-released on March 4, 2011 in Australia through Liberator Music and March 7, 2011 in the UK through Domino Records. The release includes relevant b-sides embedded within the track listing, and was accompanied by a tour in support of the album. If Only" is a re-recording of "If Only Everything", which Queens of the Stone Age originally recorded under a different guise, Gamma Ray, and released on the Gamma Ray EP. Later the song was released on the Kyuss, Queens of the Stone Age split CD.
Age Of, the tenth studio album from the electronic artist Daniel Lopatin, spills over many of the formal and conceptual boundaries set by previous OPN records. Instead of going it alone again, Lopatin looped in James Blake to co-produce and mix the album.
Coming of Age was inspired by every woman I’ve ever been in love with, Sammie explained in a statement. My Mother told me every relationship, fling and one-night stand even, will have an effect on the man I ultimately become. More recently Sammie has released four new buzz singles ahead of the album release. The new singles include, COA, which is the title track, Good Life, which features Rick Ross, Shoes and Too Long. com/watch?v iPoWoHjCZuY.
stone age album songs for the deaf, queens of stone age album covers Stone Age is a compilation by The Rolling Stones released on the Decca label in 1971 It reached on the UK charts. were chosen because they had never appeared on a UK studio album, some having been originally released only on singles and some having only been released on US studio albums to that point. All tracks composed by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, except where noted.
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As the leader of Queens of the Stone Age, Homme is one of the last genuine heavy-hitters to make major waves in the mainstream, finding commercial success without compromising the core values of his music. Album Highlight: My God Is The Sun. 4. Queens of the Stone Age (1998). Listening back to this first album now, it’s shocking just how meek Josh Homme’s whinny sounds compared the full-bodied howl of his later records. But it’s exactly that sense of primitivism that lends Queens of the Stone Age its meat-and-potatoes quality, paving the way for all of Homme’s future endeavors with its boogieing, metal-inflected garage rock.
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