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EDITORS’ NOTES

For a band born out of stoner-rock pioneers Kyuss, Queens of the Stone Age have built a remarkably diverse repertoire. This is a credit to Josh Homme, whose determination to take their idiosyncratic Palm Desert sound to the mainstream has seen him collaborate with a wide range of musicians, from Dave Grohl on Songs For the Deaf to Elton John on ...Like Clockwork. Thanks to the band's constantly changing personnel, Queens have stayed restless and ambitious over the years, adding new wrinkles like dance beats and dark fairy tale imagery to their inimitable foundation of hard rock.

EDITORS’ NOTES

For a band born out of stoner-rock pioneers Kyuss, Queens of the Stone Age have built a remarkably diverse repertoire. This is a credit to Josh Homme, whose determination to take their idiosyncratic Palm Desert sound to the mainstream has seen him collaborate with a wide range of musicians, from Dave Grohl on Songs For the Deaf to Elton John on ...Like Clockwork. Thanks to the band's constantly changing personnel, Queens have stayed restless and ambitious over the years, adding new wrinkles like dance beats and dark fairy tale imagery to their inimitable foundation of hard rock.

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