Music for Stoners which featured members of the Dutch stoner rock band Beaver. The band's first live appearance was on November 20, 1997, at OK Hotel in Seattle, Washington, with Cameron on drums, Mike Johnson of Dinosaur Jr. on bass and John McBain of Monster Magnet on guitar. Soon after the recording sessions were finished for the album, former Kyuss bassist Nick Oliveri joined the group, and touring commenced with a band consisting entirely of ex-Kyuss members. Guitarist Dave Catching joined shortly after. Later in February, teaser videos surfaced showing Homme, Castillo, Van Leeuwen and Johannes in studio. Several sites reported that the album would include many guest vocalists, including Trent Reznor from Nine Inch Nails
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Comfort Hanging Out Relaxation Reminiscing. Pop Music: The Golden Era 1951-1975. Even so, the scope of the 51-track Pop Music: The Golden Era 1951-1975 is impressive. Columbia and its subsidiaries may have moved slowly into rock & roll, having their first rock hits in the early '60s, but that actually makes this collection more effective, since you can hear traditional pop give way to rock and soul by the end of the first disc. And that's the best thing about Pop Music: The Golden Era - it's a genuine narrative, beginning with Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett and ending with Patti Labelle and Earth, Wind & Fire.
Album: Songs for the Deaf. Tracklist: 01 – You Think I Ain’t Worth A Dollar, But I Feel Like A Millionaire 02 – No One Knows 03 – First It Giveth 04 – A Song For The Dead 05 – The Sky Is Fallin’ 06 – Six Shooter 07 – Hangin’ Tree 08 – Go With The Flow 09 – Gonna Leave You 10 – Do It Again 11 – God Is In The Radio 12 – Another Love. Song 13 – A Song For The Deaf 14 – Mosquito Song 15 – The Lost Art Of Keeping A Secret 16 – Everybody’s Gonna Be Happy.
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Music StyleStoner Rock. Members owning this album33. 1. You Think I Ain't Worth a Dollar, But I Feel Like a Millionaire. 4. Song for the Dead. 5. The Sky Is Fallin'. 11. God Is on the Radio. 12. Another Love Song. 13. Song for The Deaf. 15. Everybody's Gonna Be Happy.
This album has an average beat per minute of 133 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 94/170 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Songs for the Deaf. 0. The Real Song for the Deaf. BPM Profile Songs for the Deaf. Album starts at 119BPM, ends at BPM (-119), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Queens of the Stone Age.
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|B1||–Chronic||I For All|
|B3||–Living Dead||Tribal Chant|
|B6||–Friction Agitators||Mental Homes|
|B7||–Friction Agitators||Fallen Hero|
|B8||–Living Dead||Another Step Another Move|