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Rated R (Deluxe Edition)


Download links and information about Rated R (Deluxe Edition) by Queens Of The Stone Age. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal genres. It contains 26 tracks with total duration of 01:45:50 minutes.

Artist: Queens Of The Stone Age
Release date: 2010
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal
Tracks: 26
Duration: 01:45:50
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No. Title Length
1. Feel Good Hit of the Summer 2:43
2. The Lost Art of Keeping a Secret 3:35
3. Leg of Lamb 2:48
4. Auto Pilot 4:00
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 / Feel Good Hit of the Summer (Reprise) 4:25
9. Tension Head 2:52
10. Lightning Song 2:07
11. I Think I Lost My Headache 8:40
12. Ode to Clarissa (Non-LP Track) 2:40
13. You're So Vague (Non-LP Track) 3:40
14. Never Say Never (Non-LP Track) 4:22
15. Who'll Be the Next In Line (Non-LP Track) 2:29
16. Born to Hula (Non-LP Track) 5:53
17. Monsters In the Parasol (Live In Seattle) 3:32
18. Feel Good Hit of the Summer (Live At Reading) 2:59
19. Regular John (Live At Reading) 5:12
20. Avon (Live At Reading) 3:23
21. Quick and to the Pointless (Live At Reading) 2:34
22. Better Living Through Chemistry (Live At Reading) 5:19
23. Ode to Clarissa (Live At Reading) 2:52
24. The Lost Art of Keeping a Secret (Live At Reading) 3:33
25. You Can't Quit Me, Baby (Live At Reading) 10:37
26. Millionaire (Live At Reading) 4:37



With album number two, Queens of the Stone Age opened up their sound to include the psychedelic desert heat surrounding them. The heaviness still comes grinding out of “Quick and to the Pointless.” But the inclusion of Screaming Trees singer Mark Lanegan adds a bluesy soulfulness to the grooves and the fuzztones and expanded arrangements make for a band going far beyond the stoner rock roots of Kyuss. This 2010 “Deluxe Edition” includes a ton of bonus material. The live tracks from the 2000 Reading Festival prove what a knockout live band could pull off, as tracks such as “Ode to Clarissa” (a b-side also included here in its studio version), “Better Living Through Chemistry” and “The Lost Art of Keeping a Secret” never sounded more demanding. The b-sides and outtakes get pretty wild, too. Romeo Void’s “Never Say Never” and the Kinks’ “Who’ll Be The Next In Line” are not so much covers but reinventions. “You Can’t Quit Me, Baby” is the sound of the boogieing apocalypse coming to an iPod near you.