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Queens Of The Stone Age - X album

  • Performer: Queens Of The Stone Age
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: X
  • Released: 2000
  • Style: Alternative Rock, Hard Rock, Space Rock
  • Country: US
  • MP3 version size: 1363 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1319 mb
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  • Rating: 4.8
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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

Recorded at Sound City Studios, Van Nuys, CA from December 1999 to February 2000. Ode To Clarissa" is a bonus track, not appearing on the CD version. Catalog "000 000-0" on backcover, spine, label and sticker. Title "X" taken from label. Title on spine "Feel Good Hit Of The Summer". 2000 Interscope Records.

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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. The album was the only one by Queens of the Stone Age to be featured in the reference book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Di. .All tracks written by Alfredo Hernández and Joshua Homme, except where noted.

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Rated R (also known as 'R' or 'Restricted') is Queens of the Stone Age's 2nd studio album, released June 6, 2000. Its singles are Feel Good Hit Of The Summer, Lost Art of Keeping a Secret and Monsters in the Parasol. After touring for the debut album, Queens of the Stone Age, the band started working on the second album. It was initially called Queens of the Stone Age II and a lot of the lyrics contained drug references (especially Feel Good Hit of the Summer).

No One Knows" is the first single from Queens of the Stone Age's third album "Songs for the Deaf," released in 2002. 1 Story behind the song. Dave Grohl was a drummer on this song as well as the entire "Songs For The Deaf" album. He toured with the band as well. Dave Grohl is the first person, who topped the Modern Rock chart as a member of three different bands. He previously did it with Nirvana and Foo Fighters. Official music video. Josh Homme is a big Björk fan, so he sought director Michel Gondry, who helmed many of her music videos for the "No One Knows" video.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Feel Good Hit Of The Summer
Backing Vocals – Nick Eldorado, Rob Halford, Wendy Ray MoanBass, Backing Vocals – Nick OliveriDrums – Gene TrautmannElectric Piano, Lap Steel Guitar – Dave Catching*Grand Piano, Percussion – Chris GossGuitar, Lead Vocals – Joshua Homme*
2:43
A2 The Lost Art Of Keeping A Secret
Backing Vocals – Pete Stahl*Baritone Saxophone – Scott MayoBass, Backing Vocals – Nick OliveriDrums – Nick LuceroElectric Piano – Dave Catching*Lead Vocals, Guitar – Joshua Homme*Piano [Noise] – Chris GossVibraphone [Vibes] – Barrett Martin
3:36
A3 Leg Of Lamb
Backing Vocals – Mike Johnson Bass – Nick OliveriDrums, Percussion – Nick LuceroLead Vocals, Guitar, Percussion – Joshua Homme*
2:49
A4 Auto Pilot
Backing Vocals – Mark LaneganBass, Backing Vocals – Chris GossDrums, Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals – Joshua Homme*Lead Vocals, Guitar – Nick OliveriOrgan [B3] – Dave Catching*Percussion – Nick Lucero
4:01
A5 Better Living Through Chemistry
Backing Vocals – Chris GossBass, Backing Vocals – Nick OliveriDrums – Nick LuceroLead Vocals, Guitar – Joshua Homme*Piano – Dave Catching*Vibraphone [Vibes], Percussion – Barrett Martin
5:48
A6 Monsters In The Parasol
Backing Vocals – Chris GossBass, Backing Vocals – Nick OliveriDrums – Gene TrautmannGuitar – Dave Catching*Lead Vocals, Guitar – Joshua Homme*Songwriter – Joshua Homme*, Mario Lalli
3:28
A7 Quick And The Pointless
Backing Vocals – Nick Eldorado, Wendy Ray MoanDrums – Gene TrautmannFlugelhorn – Fernando PullumGuitar – Dave Catching*Lead Guitar – Joshua Homme*Lead Vocals, Bass – Nick Oliveri
1:42
B1 In The Fade
Bass, Percussion – Nick OliveriDrums – Nick LuceroElectric Piano – Dave Catching*Guitar, Backing Vocals, Percussion – Joshua Homme*Lead Vocals – Mark LaneganNoises – Marek Recorded By [Additional] – Brad Cook*Songwriter – Joshua Homme*, Mark Lanegan
3:51
B2 Tension Head
Drums – Gene TrautmannGuitar – Joshua Homme*Lead Vocals, Bass – Nick OliveriRecorded By [Additional] – Brad Cook*
2:53
B3 Lightning Song
Bass – Nick OliveriPercussion – Barrett MartinPiano – Joshua Homme*Songwriter – Dave Catching*Twelve-String Guitar – Dave Catching*
2:08
B4 I Think I Lost My Headache
Backing Vocals – Mark LaneganBass, Backing Vocals – Nick OliveriDrums – Nick LuceroGuitar, Lead Vocals – Joshua Homme*Horns – Fernando Pullum, Reggie Young , Scott MayoLap Steel Guitar – Dave Catching*Steel Drums – Barrett Martin
8:40
B5 Ode To Clarissa
Bass, Lead Vocals – Nick OliveriDrums – Gene TrautmannGuitar – Diamond David Catching*Guitar, Backing Vocals – Joshua Homme*, Pete Stahl*Written-By – J. Homme*, N. Oliveri*
2:40

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Universal Music
  • Licensed To – Polydor Ltd. (UK)
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Interscope Records
  • Copyright (c) – Interscope Records
  • Published By – Board Stiff Music
  • Published By – Natural Light Music
  • Published By – Blood Onion Music
  • Published By – Itcamefrombeyond
  • Recorded At – Sound City Studios
  • Pressed By – Optimal Media Production – B041493

Credits

  • A&R – Debbie Southwood-Smith
  • A&R [Assistance] – Lisa Ballard
  • Art Direction – Francesca Restrepo
  • Booking [European Booking] – Steve Strange
  • Booking [U.S. Booking] – Robby Fraser
  • Coordinator [Technical Coordination] – Shivaun O'Brien
  • Design Concept [Art Concept] – Joshua Homme*, Nick Oliveri
  • Engineer [Second] – Marek
  • Engineer [Sequence & Assembly] – Martin Schmelzle
  • Management – Pete Riedling, Ted Gardner
  • Management [Business Manager] – Scott Padell
  • Management [Tour] – Adam Parsons
  • Mastered By [Vinyl] – HL (tracks: B1 to B5), MK (tracks: A1 to A7)
  • Mixed By [*] – Trina Shoemaker
  • Mixed By [+] – Marek
  • Mixed By [o] – Joshua Homme*
  • Photography By – Davis Factor
  • Photography By [Cd Photo] – Nigel Kopp*
  • Producer – Chris Goss (tracks: A1 to B4), Joshua Homme*
  • Recorded By – Trina Shoemaker
  • Songwriter [All Songs By Except] – Joshua Homme* (tracks: A1 To A5, A7, B2, B4), Nick Oliveri (tracks: A1 To A5, A7, B2, B4)
  • Sounds [FOH Sound / Guru] – Hutch
  • Technician [Drum Tech] – Gersh
  • Technician [Guitar Tech] – Dan Druff
  • Technician [Pre Production Assistance] – Bob Brunner

Notes

Issued with an insert sheet.

Sticker on front sleeve reads:
"Queens Of The Stone Age - Rated R (X Rated)
Features The Hit Single
The Lost Art Of Keeping A Secret
& Bonus Track
Ltd Edition Gatefold Vinyl
000 000-0"

Recorded at Sound City Studios, Van Nuys, CA from December 1999 to February 2000.

"Ode To Clarissa" is a bonus track, not appearing on the CD version.
Catalog# "000 000-0" on backcover, spine, label and sticker.

Title "X" taken from label.
Title on spine "Feel Good Hit Of The Summer".

℗ 2000 Interscope Records. © 2000 Interscope Records.
Licensed exclusively to Polydor Ltd. (UK)
Made in the E.U.

Pressing plant uncredited, identified by the matrix numbers.
This version is similar to these versions: X & X, but different in the runout information.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A, stamped): B041493-01 A1 MK
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B, stamped): B041493-01 B2 HL
  • Rights Society: BIEM/MCPS
  • Label Code: LC 06406

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
069490683-2 Queens Of The Stone Age R ‎(CD, Album) Interscope Records 069490683-2 US 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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Comments

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Queens of the Stone Age's 'Rated R' was one of the first records I added to my vinyl collection and, overall, it was well worth it. I say this in relation to the sound of my particular pressing. It is absolutely superb and plays wonderfully on my system. Full credit must go to the mastering of these records on vinyl. That leads on to my next point. When purchasing this, I must confess that I did have to pay a bit of money for this one. However, rest assured: it was well worth the asking price. The sound of 'Rated R' on vinyl, when compared with an iPod or CD release, will blow you away; I guarantee it. So, to conclude, I would highly recommend a purchase of 'Rated R' on vinyl. I really cannot stress here how well these Queens records sound on vinyl, a top job has been done. I hope this review helps. Thanks for reading.