Saturday, December 17, 2011

Queens of the Stone Age: Discography of the Moment

Queens of the Stone Age (QOTSA) is a rock band that was formed in 1996 in Palm Desert, California from the ashes of Kyuss (see Kyuss: DoTM).

LINKS
Official Website
QOTSA Wiki article

DISCOGRAPHY

Kyuss/Queens of the Stone Age
Split/compilation EP released in December 1997 by Man's Ruin Records.
Produced by Josh Homme
Band lineup:
Josh Homme - guitar/vocals; Van Conner - bass; Vic Indrizzo - drums
Tracks: 6 (3 by Kyuss and 3 by QOTSA)
Singles:
"If Only Everything"

Queens of the Stone Age
Released in September 1998 by Loosegroove Records; re-released in March 2011 by Domino Records
Produced by QOTSA
Band lineup:
Josh Homme - vocals/guitar/bass; Alfredo Hernandez - drums
Tracks: 11 (14 on the re-issue)
Singles:
"If Only"

Rated R
Released in June 2000 by Interscope Records
Produced by Chris Goss and Josh Homme
Lineup changes:
Nick Oliveri joined on bass; Gene Trautmann replaced Alfredo Hernandez on drums
Tracks: 11
Singles:
"The Lost Art of Keeping a Secret" and "Feel Good Hit of the Summer"

Songs for the Deaf
Released in August 2002
Produced by Josh Homme, Adam Kasper and Eric Valentine
Lineup changes:
Gene Trautman was replaced on drums by Dave Grohl
Tracks: 14
Singles:
"No One Knows" "Go With the Flow" and "First It Giveth"
Charts:
#17 on the Billboard 200

Stone Age Compilcation
Compilation released in October 2004 by Interscope
Produced by QOTSA
No lineup changes
Tracks: 6 (contains B-sides and covers)

Lullabies to Paralyze
Released in March 2005 by Interscrope
Produced by Josh Homme and Joe Barresi
Lineup changes:
Nick Oliveri was replaced on bass by Troy Van Leeuwen; Joey Castillo replaced Dave Grohl on drums
Tracks: 14
Singles:
"Little Sister" "In My Head" and "Burn the Witch"
Charts:
#5 on the Billboard 200

Over the Years and Through the Woods
Live album released in November 2005 by Interscope
Produced by Josh Homme and Randi Wilens
Tracks: 14

Era Vulgaris
Released in June 2007 by Interscope
Produced by Josh Homme and Chris Goss
No lineup changes
Tracks: 11
Singles:
"Sick Sick Sick" "3s and 7s" and "Make It Wit Chu"
Charts:
#14 on the Billboard 200

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