Queens of the Stone Age: Songs for the Deaf

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Queens of the Stone Age: Songs for the DeafCD, Interscope 2002

Track list: You Think I Ain't Worth a Dollar, but I Feel Like a Millionaire - No One Knows - First It Giveth - A Song for the Deaf - The Sky Is Fallin', Six Shooter - Hangin' Tree - Go with the Flow - Gonna Leave You - Do It Again - God is in the Radio - Another Love Song - A Song for the Deaf - Mosquito Song - Everybody's Gonna Be Happy

I finally went and bought this much-hyped album. Like apparently millions of others, I just love "No One Knows" and "Go with the Flow", which are simply brilliant rock songs. So how's the whole album like? Quite decent. It's not as good as the hype would make you think. The biggest problem with the album is that the whole album sounds very much the same. The acoustic guitars in "Mosquito Song" would've been nice every now and then. However, if you like the hits, you'll like the rest of it. There are other very good songs, too, for example "First It Giveth". For the fans of low, grumbling stoner guitars. ****

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Jay Taylor said:

No matter what anybody tells you about this album, go out borrow it, download it, whatever you choose. but listen for yourself and you'll understand what real good music is! With alot of downtuned guitars and erie bass lines fit the vibe that the pounding drums that the band set out for. I think this album is one of the best ones to be released in a long time. One more thing try and avoid the a-sides if you can!

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