Queens of the Stone Age - ...Like Clockwork

 (Deluxe Limited Edition + 20 pg. book + MP3 & FLAC Download Codes)


Label:

Matador

Genre:

Alternative

Product No.:
AMAT 110400
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45 RPM Vinyl Record


No. of Discs: 2
Note: 180 Gram

45 RPM

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Deluxe vinyl version contains two high quality 180-gram LPs pressed at Pallas in Germany

Packaged in a limited ultrathick gatefold sleeve with printed inners

Includes full album download code and a 20 page 12x12 book.

"... Like Clockwork (Matador) is the best and most focused Queens album since Songs for the Deaf in 2002. The drummer (Dave Grohl) and bassist (Nick Oliveri) on that album are back in part-time roles, and they help anchor what is one of the more consistent batch of songs Homme has authored. The key is not just the band's ability to paralyze with power or to space out with stoner-rock psychedelia, but its willingness to infuse its melodies with vulnerability and a disquieting fragility." — Chicago Tribune

...Like Clockwork is the first Queens Of The Stone Age album since 2007's Era Vulgaris and, according to its founder constant, Joshua Homme, "...like clockwork was the only thing that didn't happen. " After a "manic year," Homme and the current version of the Queens — veteran Troy Van Leeuwen, Michael Shuman and Dean Fertita—along with the outgoing Joey Castillo and returning associate Dave Grohl, decided to embrace The Beast, "ride shotgun on our emotional bandwagon... hold the horrible, lick the lunacy" and, instead of shying away from uncomfortable or painful subject matter — face it head-on.

Along with Grohl, they picked up known associates Mark Lanegan, Nick Oliveri , Jon Theodore (now drumming full-time in the current live incarnation), Sir Elton John, Trent Reznor, Alex Turner and Jake Shears.

Whatever happened — out there, in whatever desert arroyo, former meth lab, decommissioned missile silo, nuclear test site, underground laboratory, convergence of brain waves and gamma rays, QOTSA emerges with not only their best work to date, but one of the most ambitious, fully realized classic rock albums in recent memory.

 

 



1. Keep Your Eyes Peeled
2. I Sat By The Ocean
3. The Vampyre Of Time And Memory
4. If I Had A Tail
5. My God Is The Sun
6. Kalopsia
7. Fairweather Friends
8. Smooth Sailing
9. I Appear Missing
10. ...Like Clockwork

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