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Im Designer - Queens Of The Stone Age - Era Vulgaris (CD, Album)


8 thoughts on “ Im Designer - Queens Of The Stone Age - Era Vulgaris (CD, Album) ”

  1. Bagar says:
    With Era Vulgaris, Queens of the Stone Age does not really radicalize their style of playing. But the album plays host to a variety of different tracks all the same. There are the relaxing songs which I mentioned earlier, such as I'm Designer and Into the Hallow. Then there are the fast paced rockers such as 3's & 7's and Sick, Sick, Sick.
  2. Kajijas says:
    Lyrics to 'I'm Designer' by Queens of The Stone Age. My generation's for sale, beats a steady job How much have you got? My generation don't trust no .
  3. Kajizil says:
    Queens of the Stone Age released a follow-up album, Lullabies to Paralyze, in The album peaked at number five on the Billboard , selling 97, copies during its first week. [3] Two years later, the band released its fifth studio album, Era Vulgaris, which debuted and peaked at number fourteen on the Billboard
  4. Akinogar says:
    Era Vulgaris [UK] by Queens of the Stone Age - CD () for $ from lebenaburscorveseastaivicktencamer.coinfo Pop / Rock Spin: stars out of 5 -- 'The vocals are simultaneously sweet and dangerous, and every guitar riff sounds like 'Sweet Home Alabama.' Which is to say that it sounds awesome.' - Order by Phone Price: $
  5. Dacage says:
    Apr 13,  · Era Vulgaris Lyrics: I play a game until I'm dead / Or on a magazine / I wanna look like I'm dead / Dancing on a string / I eat the food when it's there / .
  6. Yozshuzilkree says:
    Jun 08,  · I'm Designer Lyrics: My generation’s for sale / Beats a steady job / How much have you got? / My generation don’t trust no one / It's .
  7. Kisar says:
    Era Vulgaris is the fifth studio album by American rock band Queens of the Stone Age. Recorded from July to April , it was released on June 11, in the United Kingdom and June 12 in the United States, having been released on June 8 in other countries/5(92).
  8. Yozshunos says:
    Era Vulgaris translates to the Common Era, but there is nothing common about the latest album from Queens of the Stone Age. Joshua Homme's band of gypsies return with their fifth full-length release from the seminal desert rockers and they are out for blood with guitars slung low.

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