Over nearly two decades, Queens of the Stone Age have built a powerful and distinctive body of work that marks QOTSA as one of rock’s most consistently audacious outfits. The band’s reputation was built on its early hot streak of four smash releases: Rated R, Songs For The Deaf, Lullabies to Paralyze and Era Vulgaris. Interscope Records/UMe adds an exciting new chapter to QOTSA’s catalog with high-quality 180-gram vinyl editions of Rated R and Songs For The Deaf on November 22nd, and Lullabies to Paralyze and Era Vulgaris on December 20th.
2002’s Songs For The Deaf became QOTSA’s first gold album in the U.S. and their first platinum seller in Britain and Canada, spawning the hits “No One Knows,” “Go with the Flow” and “First It Giveth.” The musical cast includes guest drummer Dave Grohl, who put his own band Foo Fighters on temporary hold to record and tour with Queens of the Stone Age. Songs For The Deaf‘s new vinyl edition is a 2 LP set with a gatefold jacket and a 12″x12″ insert, with the album’s original red background and black graphics/text art making its first-ever LP appearance.
Side A: You Think I Ain’t Worth A Dollar, But I Feel Like A Millionaire No One Knows First It Giveth Song For The Dead Side B: The Sky Is Fallin’ Six Shooter Hangin’ Tree Go With The Flow Gonna Leave You Side C: Do It Again God Is In The Radio Another Love Song Side D: Song For The Deaf Mosquito Song