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Rated R (Deluxe Edition)

Queens of the Stone Age

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Reseña de álbum

The second Queens of the Stone Age album, Rated R (as in the movie rating; its title was changed from II at the last minute before release), makes its stoner rock affiliations clear right from the opening track. The lyrics of "Feel Good Hit of the Summer" consist entirely of a one-line list of recreational drugs that Josh Homme rattles off over and over, a gag that gets pretty tiresome by the end of the song (and certainly doesn't need the reprise that follows "In the Fade"). Fortunately, the rest of the material is up to snuff. R is mellower, trippier, and more arranged than its predecessor, making its point through warm fuzz-guitar tones, ethereal harmonies, vibraphones, horns, and even the odd steel drum. That might alienate listeners who have come to expect a crunchier guitar attack, but even though it's not really aggro, R is still far heavier than the garage punk and grunge that inform much of the record. It's still got the vaunted California-desert vibes of Kyuss, but it evokes a more relaxed, spacious, twilight feel, as opposed to a high-noon meltdown. Mark Lanegan and Barrett Martin of the Screaming Trees both appear on multiple tracks, and their band's psychedelic grunge — in its warmer, less noisy moments — is actually not a bad point of comparison. Longtime Kyuss fans might be disappointed at the relative lack of heaviness, but R's direction was hinted at on the first QOTSA album, and Homme's experimentation really opens up the band's sound, pointing to exciting new directions for heavy guitar rock in the new millennium. [For its tenth anniversary, Rated R receives a deluxe double-disc reissue that tweaks the cover color from blue to red and adds a bonus disc rounding up all the B-sides from the album’s accompanying singles and a brutal live set from the 2000 Reading Festival. The B-sides maintain the high quality of Rated R — the stomping “Ode to Clarissa” should have made the cut on the proper album and deservedly was part of the Reading live set, “Born to Hula” points toward Songs for the Deaf, “You’re So Vague” cleverly spins Carly Simon’s “You’re So Vain,” while the band offers strong covers of Romeo Void’s “Never Say Never” and the Kinks’ “Who’ll Be the Next in Line” — but the real treat is the storming live set that pairs selections from the QOTSA debut with Rated R material, swapping studio precision for brutal force and adding a sneak peak of Songs’ “Millionaire” for good measure. It’s the band at its best and reason enough for any fan to buy this excellent album again.] ~ Steve Huey & Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

Reseñas de usuarios

Restringido para oídos no educados

Elogios sobran para describir este disco, tanto así que es una "R"e-edición de aquel album que catapultó a la banda y los puso en el ojo de la crítica del Rock con muy buenos comentarios. En fin, para quienes son seguidores fieles de los QotSA y quieren escuchar concierto que dieron el en festival de Reading del año 2000 vale la pena. El único pero es el costo, en la nota siguiente la razón.

Nota: para los de iTunes, ¡si van a poner los discos pongalos completos!, me pude dar cuenta que en el iTunes gabacho este album viene además de los dos CD´s viene con el "Digital booklet".

Una Joya

Compre el Rated R desde hace un tiempo y aun así voy a comprar esta edición, si quieren entrarle al buen rock, que si es rock, con tendencia stoner se los recomiendo.


Se formó en: 1997 en Palm Desert, CA

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

Formed from the ashes of stoner rock icons Kyuss, Queens of the Stone Age reunited the group's singer/guitarist Josh Homme, drummer Alfredo Hernandez, and bassist Nick Oliveri along with new guitarist/keyboardist Dave Catching. The project's origins date back to Homme, who in the wake of Kyuss' 1995 demise relocated to Seattle to tour with the Screaming Trees; he soon began working with a revolving lineup of musicians including the Trees' Van Conner, Soundgarden's Matt Cameron, and Dinosaur Jr.'s...
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