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Old 05-18-2006, 04:34 PM   #21
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Regular John (from ST, but live version is better)
Feel Good Hit of the Summer and Auto Pilot from R
Little Sister from Lullabies...

Thanks for them. I've just given them all a listen, and here's my verdict:
Regular John - It's an alright song, but I don't find it uber-good. I can't manage to get the live version though.
Feel Good Hit of the Summer- An excellent song! I remember hearing it a while ago, but now I've just lisened to it again, and I love it.
Little Sister- It's a pretty good song, probably one of my favourites now.
Auto Pilot- Another good song. I like it very much.

I think I'm starting to like QOTSA more now. And it's all thanks to you frenchy. And for that, I thank you.
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Old 05-19-2006, 02:02 AM   #22
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Auto Pilot is such a great song to just chill too.
Mark Lanegans voice is so soothing. It's also a good contrast to Josh's.
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Old 05-19-2006, 01:16 PM   #23
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Dex:
Regular John (from ST, but live version is better)
Feel Good Hit of the Summer and Auto Pilot from R
Little Sister from Lullabies...



Yeah Regular John live rocks. I've got 1 at Washington and from their recent live album.

SFTD is the best of the 4 studio, then LTP, then Rated R with their self titled after.

They are one of my favourite bands, and I never get tired of listenin to them.

PS: The Blood Is Love rocks!
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Old 05-19-2006, 01:17 PM   #24
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Thanks for them. I've just given them all a listen, and here's my verdict:
Regular John - It's an alright song, but I don't find it uber-good. I can't manage to get the live version though.
Feel Good Hit of the Summer- An excellent song! I remember hearing it a while ago, but now I've just lisened to it again, and I love it.
Little Sister- It's a pretty good song, probably one of my favourites now.
Auto Pilot- Another good song. I like it very much.

I think I'm starting to like QOTSA more now. And it's all thanks to you frenchy. And for that, I thank you.



Try listening to Blood Is Love and Lost Art of Keeping a secret too!
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Old 06-21-2006, 08:24 AM   #25
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This thread needed some serious bumping!!

Ahh I was just listening to QOTSA then and remembered how much I love them...
Is there any speculation on a new album perhaps? I know Eagles of Death Metal released their album only 2 months ago but it's been awhile since the last QOTSA one.

They seem to be touring a lot too this year; festivals and such, despite releasing Lullabies to Paralyze quite a long time ago. Me hopes to hear more from them soon.
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Old 06-21-2006, 08:57 AM   #26
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This did indeed need a bump. I'm hoping that they'll play here again sometime, for some reason. They were so great live...
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Old 06-21-2006, 09:11 AM   #27
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This did indeed need a bump. I'm hoping that they'll play here again sometime, for some reason. They were so great live...


Alas, I've yet to see them live.

Better bands never seems to want to come to Adelaide, but heh I can see why. Next time they come I'll just go to Melbourne, it's not that far. Let's just hope for Big Day Out 2007, it'd make my year (especially if Oliveri was there on bass) .
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Old 06-21-2006, 09:20 AM   #28
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Dude, should've caught them in 2004 at the Thebarton. I was there and everything!
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Old 06-21-2006, 09:33 AM   #29
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Oh gosh, I love Thebby! I was too young back then though.

How was it? I bet it was the greatest concert ever hey?
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Too young? You're a year older than me! But yeah, it was an awesome concert. They were just so tight, it was seriously cool. They have a great attitude towards gigging. As much as they seem like a bunch of alcholic miscreants, they are still in fine form on stage. Josh said towards the end of the night something like "This is a completely different kind of gig for me. Usually I have Nick's wang right in my face, but tonight he's wearing clothes. Also, Troy is absolutely drunk." *Troy Van Leeuwen gives an embarassed wave to the audience* So yeah, that was the start of my slow descent into permanent hearing loss. That's one thing to keep in mind if they're here in future...they're goddamn loud live. Excellent mixing, but extremely loud. Towards the end, everything started to sound like chip monks to me.
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Old 06-21-2006, 11:17 AM   #31
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yea they r one of my favourite bands, but their newest album, lullabies to paralyze, was so garbage compared to the rest. and yea josh is a pretty carzy guitarist, his no stariani or zakk wylde but his style is uncomparable

why does everyone keep saying that? i think its their second best album yet (r being first) songs for the deaf was the one that bored me. someones in the wolf ****ing rocks
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Old 06-21-2006, 11:21 AM   #32
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^ Wow you do have a broad taste in music the wretched! I thought i was the only QOTSA- Tool hybrid here. Lol :P

im a qotsa-tool hybrid! i think it makes sense we all just like bands that are good
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Old 06-21-2006, 11:24 AM   #33
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saw them at Oxegen last year, very cool band. i love Songs for the Deaf.
i still think Kyuss were a much better band, they just never put an album together that could hold my attention for as long as Songs for the Deaf.
actually, i'm gonna go listen to Blues for the Red Sun now

oh my god its another one alucard likes tool
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What is everyones beef with Lullabies? I loved it. I prefer it to Songs for the Deaf, though it's no Rated R.
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I think my problem with Lullabies is that I was really excited to hear it, having heard "Little Sister" aand loving that song SO much.

The rest of the album, save maybe Medication, just pales in comparison.

Also, the lack of Nick and Mark's vocals was a disappointment, as well as Dave's drums.
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Old 06-21-2006, 02:17 PM   #36
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songs for the deaf is a top class album by a top class band. It's my favourite by far, with dave grohl providing the awesome drums we would expect. Song for the Dead is the best track i think, altho id like to have had josh homme singing rather than that imposter!
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that imposter!



You take that back

Seriously, Mark Lanegan, "imposter"?

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Old 06-21-2006, 11:48 PM   #38
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Fusugar, don't double or triple post.

Lullabies to Paralyze was a damn good album. It was a different feel to Songs for the Deaf, but that doesn't mean it wasn't just as good.
Also, Mark Lanegan ****ing owns everybody.
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Lullabies is great. It's more experimental, that's for sure you just have to listen to it more to really dig it. Mark Lanegan has an incredible voice too, but I still prefer Josh's singing.

and Rhinosaur! I didn't realize you were so young, you seem at least 18 or something.
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Bah, I wish I was. Then I wouldn't miss out on so many ****ing gigs around here. Goddamn 18+ venues.
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