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Songs for the Deaf was QOTSA’s breakthrough album and garnered the band mainstream attention. Often said to be one of the band’s best albums, it is hailed by critics and fans alike as a masterpiece, with many collaborations and guest appearances. Songs for the Deaf Q&A. Producers Adam Kasper, Eric Valentine & Josh Homme. Writers Alain Johannes, Josh Homme, Mario Lalli & 2 more. Backing Vocals By Chris Goss, Dave Grohl, Mark Lanegan & 1 more.
Songs for the Deaf is the 3rd studio album from Queens of the Stone Age, released on August 27, 2002. The album marks the transition from a looser sound in its predecessor, Rated R, and into a heavier, riff-driven rock. It is known for the singles Go With the Flow and No One Knows, two of the best-known songs from the band, and also from the feature of Dave Grohl on drums.
4. Song for the Dead. 5. The Sky Is Fallin'. 9. Gonna Leave You. 10. Do It Again. 11. God Is on the Radio. 12. Another Love Song. 13. Song for The Deaf. 15. Everybody's Gonna Be Happy. Saber más. Other productions from Queens Of The Stone Age.
Songs for the Deaf is the third studio album by American rock band Queens of the Stone Age, released on August 27, 2002 by Interscope Records. The album features Foo Fighters and former Nirvana member Dave Grohl on drums, and was also the last studio album to feature Nick Oliveri on bass
This extends to the production, with the entire album framed as a broadcast from a left-of-the-dial AM radio station, the sonics compressed so every instrument is flattened. It’s a joke run wild, punctuated by an ironic mock DJ, and it fits an album where the players run wild
The album features Foo Fighters and former Nirvana member Dave Grohl on drums, and was also the last studio album to feature Nick Oliveri on bass. Songs for the Deaf features a large number of guest musicians, much akin to the band’s other releases, and is loosely considered a concept album, taking the listener on a drive through the California desert from Los Angeles to Joshua Tree while tuning into radio stations from towns along the way such as Banning and Chino Hills
Playing on their album was more about playing drums seriously for the first time in eight years than actually joining the band. So it was a really cool experience in that it really recharged that love of crazy rock music, which is why I started doing this in the first place. He wasn’t the only collaborator of note. Dean Ween, t Alain Johannes and former Screaming Tree Mark Lanegan all contributed, with the latter becoming a full member of QOTSA. By the end of 2002, Queens of the Stone Age were all over the year’s best lists and even scored a Grammy nomination for No One Knows – although they were beaten out by Grohl’s Foo Fighters for the award. By that point, Grohl had returned to his usual gig with the Foos, eventually replaced by Danzig drummer Joey Castillo. Songs for the Deaf and its subsequent tour also marked the end of Oliveri’s time with the band they he had co-founded.