Album Cover Queens Of The Stone Age. This album has been heavily bootlegged since at least 2003. Notify Me When Available.
Originals can be determined by looking at the gatefold sleeve the original is made of sturdy cardboard with only the back part of the gatefold open where you put the record while the bootleg sleeves are thinner and flimsier with both gatefold. Another distinguishing factor in Queens of the Stone Age is that Homme writes full-blown songs -- pushing their two best songs Regular John and Avon to the front giving them room to float later on -- so the album isnt just about instrumental interaction but the crucial difference is that this isnt music solely for disaffected males. In addition when you visit the bands website a portion of one of the albums songs plays.
Queens of the Stone Age is the self-titled debut album by Queens of the Stone Age.
It was released on September 22nd 1998 and was recorded over the course of April 3 to the 21 of the same year. Queens of the Stone Age is the self-titled debut album by Queens of the Stone Age. Repetitive grinding hypnotic riffs predominate combing with Joshua Hommes lilting vocals to create a mesmerizing atmosphere that works equally well as background noise or head-bobbing fodder. Songs for the deaf 2002damn I remember when this album came out.