Download links and information about Rated R by Queens Of The Stone Age. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 42:09 minutes.
|Artist:||Queens Of The Stone Age|
|Genre:||Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal|
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|1.||Feel Good Hit of the Summer||2:43|
|2.||The Lost Art of Keeping a Secret||3:36|
|3.||Leg of Lamb||2:48|
|5.||Better Living Through Chemistry||5:49|
|6.||Monsters In the Parasol||3:27|
|7.||Quick and to the Pointless||1:42|
|8.||In the Fade||3:50|
|9.||Feel Good Hit of the Summer (Reprise)||0:34|
|12.||I Think I Lost My Headache||8:40|
Keeping with the theme of the album’s title, Queens of the Stone Age opened their 2000 studio long-player with the drugged-out “Feelgood Hit of the Summer,” a heavy guitar-driven mantra where lyrics like a laundry list of drugs. It’s as catchy as it is juvenile, though it was nearly pulled from Wal-Mart shelves and it hardly sets the tone for an admirable sophomore album that’s much better crafted than its opener. “The Lost Art Of Keeping A Secret” dares to infuse vibraphone touches into a genre normally void of such finesse with arrangements more clever than most bands who hardly deviate from the Black Sabbath blueprint. The proggy arrangements in “Better Living Through Chemistry” reveal a band that has little interest in playing within the confining boundaries of such a genre. Mark Lanegan takes the lead vocals on “In the Fade” – he would become a full-time member of the band after releasing his own Field Songs in 2001.