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Rated R
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6 years, 5 months ago at Nov 9 16:51
Buy this album for nothing else but the song 'Better living through chemistry'. It's fantastic. Along side this there are still a handful of good songs to keep you occupied. I'd say this album wasn't as good as Songs for the Deaf, but it puts lullabies... to shame.

The only reason I didn't rate it higher is because I've listened to it to death and it has lost some of its sheen. Jos... read more

Queens of the Stone Age - Rated R

3 years, 7 months ago at Aug 29 13:27
Everyone needs a mantra. For Josh Homme, Nick Oliveri, and the rotating cast of Queens of the Stone Age, it was short, catchy, debauched: "Nicotine, Valium, Vicodin, marijuana, ecstasy, and alcohol." And for good measure: "C-c-c-c-c-cocaine." Over and over again. Sixteen times. For the first song on their second album it was a rallying cry, the perfect chorus, a clever verse, and a sort of philoso... read more
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Description: Rated R (also called R) is the second studio album by American hard rock band Queens of the Stone Age. It was released on June 6, 2000 through Interscope Records. Rated R was a critical and commercial success and became the band's breakthrough album. It peaked at number 16 on the Top Heatseekers and reached high positions on charts wo ... (more)
Manufacturer: Interscope Records
Release date: 6 June 2000
EAN: 0606949068325 UPC: 606949068325
Rock (3), 2000 (3), Hard Rock (3), Stoner Rock (3), Alternative Rock (2), (lib) (1), Pop Rock (1), *saipal (1), US (1), Xfm (1), Stonerrock (1), Metal (1), American Rock (1), Stoner Rock/Metal (1), Modern Rock (1), Alt Rock (1), 2000s (1), Post Grunge (1), 2000's (1), 08 (1)
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"Released: June 06, 2000 Genres: Stoner Rock, Alternative Rock, Hard Rock Favourite Tracks: - Better Living Through Chemistry - Feel Good Hit Of The Summer - In The Fade - Lightning Song - The Lost Art Of Keeping A Secret"


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""The Lost Art of Keeping a Secret" "Better Living through Chemistry" "Quick and to the Pointless""


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"Released - 2000 Track listing: 01. Feel Good Hit of the Summer 02. The Lost Art of Keeping a Secret 03. Leg of Lamb 04. Auto Pilot 05. Better Living Through Chemistry 06. Monsters in the Parasol 07. Quick and to the Pointless 08. In the Fade 09. Tension Head 10. Lightning Song 11. I Think I Lost My Headache"


Fabricio Mendes posted a review 3 years, 7 months ago

Queens of the Stone Age - Rated R

“Everyone needs a mantra. For Josh Homme, Nick Oliveri, and the rotating cast of Queens of the Stone Age, it was short, catchy, debauched: "Nicotine, Valium, Vicodin, marijuana, ecstasy, and alcohol." And for good measure: "C-c-c-c-c-cocaine." Over and over again. Sixteen times. For the first song on their second album it was a rallying cry, the perfect chorus, a clever verse, and a sort of philosophical exposition. But it was also a misnomer.

Rated R was tagged as stoner rock almost immediately upon release in 2000, in part because of those seven substances, but mostly because the band rose from the ashes of early-1990s Palm Desert sun gods Kyuss. Homme, a plangent, riff-obsessed guitarist, and Oliveri, a manic golem of a man and a mighty bass player, formed the backbone of that ” read more

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The Flagship posted a review 6 years, 5 months ago

“Buy this album for nothing else but the song 'Better living through chemistry'. It's fantastic. Along side this there are still a handful of good songs to keep you occupied. I'd say this album wasn't as good as Songs for the Deaf, but it puts lullabies... to shame.

The only reason I didn't rate it higher is because I've listened to it to death and it has lost some of its sheen. Josh Homme is a legend, his voice is awesome.” read more