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Queens of the Stone Age: Over the Years and Through the Woods

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Queens of the Stone Age: Over the Years and Through the Woods on DVD
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Includes :- -BONUS material. You can think of this feature-length concert live album / DVD, which features all the crucial Queens hits from their studio albums, as a "to go" version of their decibel-happy shows, but that really won't be doing the three and a half hours of live, rare, and acoustic performances and behind-the-scenes footage of the band and their pals like Dave Grohl, Mark Lanegan, Billy Gibbons, and former Queens bassist Nick Olivieri making fools of themselves, justice. It might help to think of 'Over the Years' as a 21st-century version of Led Zeppelin's 'The Song Remains the Same' for the volume of its material, or even 'A Hard Day's Night' for its willingness to show the Queens having a laugh, but they'd rather you see and hear it for what it really is -- the definitive encapsulation of the band and their music from their not-so-humble beginnings to their current status as one of the rock's biggest and most dynamic acts. Included in the concert footage from the band's sold-out Brixton Academy and Koko shows in London last summer are live favorites from Rated R and Songs for the Deaf such as "No One Knows," "Feel Good Hit of the Summer," and "Go with the Flow," as well as new Queens classics from their 2005 album 'Lullabies to Paralyze' like the smash single "Little Sister" and their other bombshell, "Burn the Witch." In addition to the three-plus hours of live and uncut Queens mayhem, 'Over the Years' also boasts 75 minutes of audio bliss that covers all the bases Queens fans need to get the rush of their favorite songs performed live and loud shot directly into their homes. Also included are the brand-new track "Fun Machine" as well as "Make It Wit Chu," a previously unreleased gem from singer Josh Homme's fabled 'Desert Sessions', an ongoing series of collaborative songwriting and recording sessions where marquee musicians such as PJ Harvey and Deen Ween are invited down to his studio Rancho De La Luna in Joshua Tree, California, to join him in collectively exploring new musical terrain. Tracks: 1. Go With the Flow 2. Regular John 3. Monsters in the Parasol 4. Tangled Up in Plaid 5. Little Sister 6. You Can't Quit Me, Baby 7. I Wanna Make it Wit Chu 8. Leg of Lamb 9. I Think I Lost My Headache 10. Mexicola 11. Burn the Witch 12. Song For the Dead 13. No One Knows 14. Long Slow Goodbye
Release date NZ
April 20th, 2006
Aspect Ratio
  • 1.33 : 1
Supported Audio
  • Dolby Digital Surround 5.1
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