History Music / QueensOfTheStoneAge

7th Oct '17 5:43:20 PM AndyLA
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* FullFrontalAssault: Nick Olivieri, sometimes. It got him in hot water in Brazil, in 2001, where he was booked by the police for corruption of minors (they were playing at Rock in Rio, an all-ages festival, that year). He defended himself by saying he didn't know it was a crime there.



** "[[Film/ANewHope These Aren't the Droids You're Looking For]]".



* TitleTrack: "A Song for the Deaf," "Era Vulgaris", "...Like Clockwork".

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* TitleTrack: "A Song for the Deaf," Deaf" (well, kind of), "Era Vulgaris", "...Like Clockwork".
1st Oct '17 1:35:29 PM Nick98
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** ''Villains'' is noticeably softer than its predecessor, ''...Like Clockwork'', focusing on catchier, more melodic instrumentation. Comes with being an album produced by Mark Ronson.
20th Sep '17 7:29:26 AM MundaneSalad
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** Played straight with "Villains of Circumstance".



* IWillWaitForYou: "This Lullaby"

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* IWillWaitForYou: "This Lullaby" and "Villains of Circumstance".
10th Sep '17 9:51:04 AM SethCrimson
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* Dave Catching: Guitars and keyboards (1998-2000)
* Brendon McNichol: Guitars and keyboards (2000-2002)
* Alfredo Hernändez: Drums (1998-1999)
* Gene Trautmann: Drums (1999-2001)



* Nick Oliveri: Bass (19982004)

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* Nick Oliveri: Bass (19982004)and vocals (19982004)
* Dan Druff: Bass and vocals (2005)
* Alain Johannes: Bass and vocals (2005-2007)
* Natasha Shneider: Keyboards and vocals (2005-2006)
22nd Aug '17 11:48:35 PM rd1994
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** "[[Music/{{Bjork}} There's no one here/And people everywhere]]"[[note]]If it doesn't ring a bell, it's the pre-chorus of "Crying"[[/note]] in "Better Living Through Chemistry". (The title itself comes from an iconic [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Better_Living_Through_Chemistry DuPont advertising tagline]], and was even used as the title of Music/FatboySlim's second album.)

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** "[[Music/{{Bjork}} There's no one here/And people everywhere]]"[[note]]If it doesn't ring a bell, it's the pre-chorus of "Crying"[[/note]] in "Better Living Through Chemistry". (The title itself comes from an iconic [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Better_Living_Through_Chemistry DuPont advertising tagline]], and was even used as the title of Music/FatboySlim's second debut album.)
14th Aug '17 2:30:20 AM Nick98
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* ''Villains'' (2017)
12th Aug '17 2:02:51 AM SeptimusHeap
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* {{Lolicon}}: The protagonist of "Quick and to the Pointless."
7th Jul '17 5:30:36 PM TrustBen
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** They also did "Needles in the Camel's Eye" by Music/BrianEno, "White Wedding" by Music/BillyIdol, "The Most Exalted Potentate of Love" by Music/TheCramps, "Christian Brothers" and "Needle in the Hay" by Music/ElliotSmith, "Goin' Out West" by Music/TomWaits, "Never Say Never" by Music/RomeoVoid, "Petty Thug" by Music/{{Millionaire}} and "Not to Touch the Earth" by Music/TheDoors

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** They also did "Needles in the Camel's Eye" by Music/BrianEno, "White Wedding" by Music/BillyIdol, "The Most Exalted Potentate of Love" by Music/TheCramps, "Christian Brothers" and "Needle in the Hay" by Music/ElliotSmith, Music/ElliottSmith, "Goin' Out West" by Music/TomWaits, "Never Say Never" by Music/RomeoVoid, "Petty Thug" by Music/{{Millionaire}} and "Not to Touch the Earth" by Music/TheDoors
9th Jun '17 11:48:50 AM MartyD82
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* SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism: While certainly with their fair share of gloom and darkness, their music often leans more on the idealistic side of the scale, with the lyrics on ''...Like Clockwork'' especially often containing an underlying sense of hope and desire to persevere, in the midst of all the trauma/tragedy present on the album. Similarly, ''Era Vulgaris'' was ([[WordOfGod according to Josh]]) actually intended as a ''celebration'' of the cultural zeitgeist, rather than a denunciation of it.

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* SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism: While certainly with their fair share of gloom and darkness, Despite its dark nature, their music often leans more on the idealistic side of the scale, with the lyrics on ''...Like Clockwork'' especially often containing an underlying sense of hope and desire to persevere, in the midst of all the trauma/tragedy present on the album. Similarly, ''Era Vulgaris'' was ([[WordOfGod according to Josh]]) actually intended as a ''celebration'' of the cultural zeitgeist, rather than a denunciation of it.
9th Jun '17 11:48:00 AM MartyD82
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* SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism: While certainly not immune to gloom and darkness, they usually lean more on the idealistic side of the scale, with the lyrics on ''...Like Clockwork'' especially often containing an underlying sense of hope and desire to persevere, in the midst of all the trauma/tragedy present on the album. Similarly, ''Era Vulgaris'' was ([[WordOfGod according to Josh]]) actually intended as a ''celebration'' of the cultural zeitgeist, rather than a denunciation of it.

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* SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism: While certainly not immune to with their fair share of gloom and darkness, they usually lean their music often leans more on the idealistic side of the scale, with the lyrics on ''...Like Clockwork'' especially often containing an underlying sense of hope and desire to persevere, in the midst of all the trauma/tragedy present on the album. Similarly, ''Era Vulgaris'' was ([[WordOfGod according to Josh]]) actually intended as a ''celebration'' of the cultural zeitgeist, rather than a denunciation of it.
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