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Qualone - Self Titled (LP) Cover Art Qualone - Self Titled (LP)

Features Andy Samford, Stephen Carrington and Dwayne Jones of Plaster. Limited edition of 525 copies on thick black virgin vinyl. Gatefold sleeve!

Qualone take a more straight-ahead rawk approach to their stoner song craft as opposed to, say, Los Natas, going for something more akin to Valis or Black Nasa. Here, the Georgia foursome offers ten tracks of fuzzed-face goodness shot through with melodic psych/pop flourishes and Floydian atmospherics.

Qualone play heavy psychedelic guitar rock with melodic edge. Taking influence from old school rock wherever they can find it, people know where they are coming from right away. The music produced is equal parts visceral, in your face rock and put your head in the ether roll. Influences on Qualone's sound include Black Sabbath, Pink Floyd, The Who, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, KISS, Deep Purple, Masters of Reality, The Move, Cactus and many others. Dwayne Jones and Bret Showalter lay down a bombastic, tooth-rattling foundation for Andy Samford's crunching rhythms, soaring leads, and powerful vocals, while Brian Holcomb fills out the spaces via strangely effected rhythms, leads and a Theremin. The songwriting shines through with vocal harmonies, layered guitars, and a vintage, "real" sound.

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Queens of the Stone Age - ...Like Clockwork (Deluxe Edition) (2LP) Cover Art Queens of the Stone Age - ...Like Clockwork (Deluxe Edition) (2LP)

Limited edition on 180gr. vinyl. Includes a 20 page booklet, lottery ticket, and a download code for the entire album. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

Collaborations with Mark Lanagan (Screaming Trees), Dave Grohl (Nirvana), Joey Castillo (Eagles of Death Metal), Trent Raznor (NIN), Elton John, and Nick Oliveri (Kyuss).


All the surface evidence on ...Like Clockwork suggests Josh Homme is steering Queens of the Stone Age back to familiar territory. Once again, he's enlisted drummer Dave Grohl as his anchor and he's made amends with his erstwhile bassist Nick Oliveri, suggesting Homme is returning to either Rated R or Songs for the Deaf, the two turn-of-the-millennium masterpieces that thrust QOTSA out of their stoner rock cult, but ...Like Clockwork isn't so simple as a return to roots. Homme flirts with his history as a way to make sense of his present, reconnecting with his strengths as a way to reorient himself, consolidating his indulgences and fancies into a record that obliterates middle-age malaise without taking a moment to pander to the past.

Like always, Homme opens himself up to collaborations, wrangling an impressive roster that includes his wife Brody Dalle, his longtime companion Mark Lanegan, his protégé Arctic Monkey Alex Turner, his kindred spirit Trent Reznor, Scissor Sister Jake Shears, and superstar Elton John, but despite this large cast, the only musician who makes an indelible presence is Homme himself. ...Like Clockwork is unusually focused for a Queens of the Stone Age record, containing all of the group's hallmarks -- namely volume and crunch, but also a tantalizing sense of danger, finding seduction within the darkness -- but there is little of the desert sprawl and willful excess that have always distinguished their records. This is forceful, purposeful, fueled by dense interwoven riffs and colored with hints of piano and analog synthesizers that quite consciously evoke '70s future dystopia.

QOTSA always specialized in this eerie sexiness, but the precision on ...Like Clockwork - quite different than the merciless propulsion of Era Vulgaris, feels conceptually tight, Homme smartly sculpting guitar fuzz, elastic solos, haunted harmonies, and deceptively slinky rhythms into a cool, relentless collection of heavy rock. The force impresses but also the restraint: there are missed beats and open space, muscular music that seduces and pummels, even manages to soothe while it assaults. It's complex, harder, and catchier than anything QOTSA have done in a decade, and more song-oriented, too, but that's a sign of maturity: Homme has marshaled all of his strengths on ...Like Clockwork and has found a way forward, a way to deepen his music without compromising his identity.

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Queens of the Stone Age - ...Like Clockwork (Standard Edition) (2LP) Cover Art Queens of the Stone Age - ...Like Clockwork (Standard Edition) (2LP)

Includes a lottery ticket and a download code for the entire album. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

Collaborations with Mark Lanagan (Screaming Trees), Dave Grohl (Nirvana), Joey Castillo (Eagles of Death Metal), Trent Raznor (NIN), Elton John, and Nick Oliveri (Kyuss).


All the surface evidence on ...Like Clockwork suggests Josh Homme is steering Queens of the Stone Age back to familiar territory. Once again, he's enlisted drummer Dave Grohl as his anchor and he's made amends with his erstwhile bassist Nick Oliveri, suggesting Homme is returning to either Rated R or Songs for the Deaf, the two turn-of-the-millennium masterpieces that thrust QOTSA out of their stoner rock cult, but ...Like Clockwork isn't so simple as a return to roots. Homme flirts with his history as a way to make sense of his present, reconnecting with his strengths as a way to reorient himself, consolidating his indulgences and fancies into a record that obliterates middle-age malaise without taking a moment to pander to the past.

Like always, Homme opens himself up to collaborations, wrangling an impressive roster that includes his wife Brody Dalle, his longtime companion Mark Lanegan, his protégé Arctic Monkey Alex Turner, his kindred spirit Trent Reznor, Scissor Sister Jake Shears, and superstar Elton John, but despite this large cast, the only musician who makes an indelible presence is Homme himself. ...Like Clockwork is unusually focused for a Queens of the Stone Age record, containing all of the group's hallmarks -- namely volume and crunch, but also a tantalizing sense of danger, finding seduction within the darkness -- but there is little of the desert sprawl and willful excess that have always distinguished their records. This is forceful, purposeful, fueled by dense interwoven riffs and colored with hints of piano and analog synthesizers that quite consciously evoke '70s future dystopia.

QOTSA always specialized in this eerie sexiness, but the precision on ...Like Clockwork - quite different than the merciless propulsion of Era Vulgaris, feels conceptually tight, Homme smartly sculpting guitar fuzz, elastic solos, haunted harmonies, and deceptively slinky rhythms into a cool, relentless collection of heavy rock. The force impresses but also the restraint: there are missed beats and open space, muscular music that seduces and pummels, even manages to soothe while it assaults. It's complex, harder, and catchier than anything QOTSA have done in a decade, and more song-oriented, too, but that's a sign of maturity: Homme has marshaled all of his strengths on ...Like Clockwork and has found a way forward, a way to deepen his music without compromising his identity.

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Queens of the Stone Age - Lullabies to Paralyze (Re-issue) (IMPORT) (2LP) Cover Art Queens of the Stone Age - Lullabies to Paralyze (Re-issue) (IMPORT) (2LP)

Limited edition re-issue on black 180g vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

Everything is very straightforward, no-bullshit rocking material. It’s got the dose of heaviness and groove and enough rock n’ roll attitude to drive you the whole way through bobbing your head. Tracks have that intricate twist that can keep them interesting. Most of them, even the slower ones, have a quite heavy undertone effect to them. This album lives up to the high expectations inevitably set by such an outstanding musical career and non-stop rocking.

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Queens of the Stone Age - Villains (Deluxe Edition) (2LP) Cover Art Queens of the Stone Age - Villains (Deluxe Edition) (2LP)

Deluxe edition on heavyweight black vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve, download code and 14 prints by Boneface are included.

Hundreds of epic shows, memory lapses, unexplained injuries, one yearlong detour with Iggy Pop and multiple Grammy nominations later, Queens Of The Stone Age reemerge from the desert newly scarred and somehow strangely prettier with lucky seventh album, Villains, out August 25 on Matador Records. Produced by Mark Ronson and co-produced by Mark Rankin and mixed by Alan Moulder, Villains is the first full album offering from Queens Of The Stone Age since 2013's ...Like Clockwork gave the band its first #1 album in the U.S. Like the stunning artwork of returning illustrator Boneface, the sonic signatures of the lineup that took ...Like Clockwork around the world and back are as unmistakable as ever, though coexisting with sufficient new twists to induce recurring double takes.

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Queens of the Stone Age - Villains (Indie Version) (2LP) Cover Art Queens of the Stone Age - Villains (Indie Version) (2LP)

Special limited cover art by Boneface on black vinyl. This version is limited to 7000 copies for the USA. Deluxe gatefold sleeve and download code included.

Hundreds of epic shows, memory lapses, unexplained injuries, one yearlong detour with Iggy Pop and multiple Grammy nominations later, Queens Of The Stone Age reemerge from the desert newly scarred and somehow strangely prettier with lucky seventh album, Villains, out August 25 on Matador Records. Produced by Mark Ronson and co-produced by Mark Rankin and mixed by Alan Moulder, Villains is the first full album offering from Queens Of The Stone Age since 2013's ...Like Clockwork gave the band its first #1 album in the U.S. Like the stunning artwork of returning illustrator Boneface, the sonic signatures of the lineup that took ...Like Clockwork around the world and back are as unmistakable as ever, though coexisting with sufficient new twists to induce recurring double takes.

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Quest for Fire - Lights from Paradise (LP) Cover Art Quest for Fire - Lights from Paradise (LP)

Deluxe gatefold sleeve. Includes a MP3 download card.

The debut was a terrific blend of Stooges inspired acid punk and laid back psychedelic textures, influenced equally by Nebula, Dead Meadow, and Pink Floyd. Lights From Paradise is easily better than the debut on all fronts. The guitars are still fuzzy and soothing, with a laid back intensity and smooth delivery. The rhythm section still brings that trance inducing thump, and the vocals still have that nasally, David Gilmore on Quaaludes quality to them. This time around, there's the addition of strings and keyboards, and when the vocal harmonies get sugar sweet, they're rotting those teeth inside your eardrums quicker than ever.

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Quest for Fire - Self Titled (LP) Cover Art Quest for Fire - Self Titled (LP)



Toronto’s Quest for Fire conjure up the original root of psychedelia with the raunch, muscle and oscillations of Hawkwind and Comets on Fire, and Pink Floyd’s sensory panorama, all resting on a simplistic, plodding Spacemen 3 thump. Though this is their first LP, the band’s sound comes across fully realized, and despite my weak comparisons above, they possess a signature sound, something a band usually get to once they’re already a couple of records deep. If it sounds like Quest for Fire are just young bucks still cutting their teeth, their pedigree includes some of the most road-seasoned bands to come out of Canada. The line-up includes two ex-members of the Deadly Snakes, a member of the recently defunct Cursed and a member of No No Zero. Listening to Quest for Fire’s laid-back, reverb-laden psych, it’s nearly impossible to trace this lineage back to their garage rock and hardcore days, and Quest for Fire wouldn’t have it any other way.

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Qui - Countdown to Ecstasy (10 Inch)

Limited edition of only 300 on 10 inch vinyl. Special silkscreened packaging with artwork by Alan Forbes. Includes vinyl sticker of cover art

Since their first performance in LA in early 2001 and the release of their first full-length CD, Baby Kisses, Qui (pronounced, “Qui,”) maintained a prodigious pace of both local performances and national tours. Their idiosyncratic blend of punk, noise, and rock punctuated with avant-garde weirdness, coupled with their advanced musical prowess earned them a reputation for intense and often-times antagonistic shows.

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