UK pressing of the 2007 album from Hard Rockers features two bonus tracks: 'Running Joke' and 'Era Vulgaris'. Queens of the Stone Age are back with more juicy guitar ear hole injections, as they put Rock 'N' Roll and just about everything else to rights with their new album. This mind-blowing album sees the band return to their deepest, darkest roots, with shadowy riffs reminiscent of the desert sounds of the Kyuss days combined with multi layered industrial power guitar and organ blasts of a new era. It was produced by long time Queens production cohort Chris Goss and Josh Homme himself at their hideaway in the dunes of Joshua Tree. Julian Casablanca's from the Strokes and Mark Lanegan appear as guests on various tracks. Polydor.
UK pressing of the 2007 album from Hard Rockers features two bonus tracks: 'Running Joke' and 'Era Vulgaris'. Queens of the Stone Age are back with more juicy guitar ear hole injections, as they put Rock 'N' Roll and just about everything else to rights with their new album. This mind-blowing album sees the band return to their deepest, darkest roots, with shadowy riffs reminiscent of the desert sounds of the Kyuss days combined with multi layered industrial power guitar and organ blasts of a new era. It was produced by long time Queens production cohort Chris Goss and Josh Homme himself at their hideaway in the dunes of Joshua Tree. Julian Casablanca's from the Strokes and Mark Lanegan appear as guests on various tracks. Polydor.
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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Catalog: 1736526
Rel. Date: 06/12/2007
UPC: 602517365261

Era Vulgaris [Import]
Artist: Queens Of The Stone Age
Format: CD
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UK pressing of the 2007 album from Hard Rockers features two bonus tracks: 'Running Joke' and 'Era Vulgaris'. Queens of the Stone Age are back with more juicy guitar ear hole injections, as they put Rock 'N' Roll and just about everything else to rights with their new album. This mind-blowing album sees the band return to their deepest, darkest roots, with shadowy riffs reminiscent of the desert sounds of the Kyuss days combined with multi layered industrial power guitar and organ blasts of a new era. It was produced by long time Queens production cohort Chris Goss and Josh Homme himself at their hideaway in the dunes of Joshua Tree. Julian Casablanca's from the Strokes and Mark Lanegan appear as guests on various tracks. Polydor.