About “The Real Song For The Deaf”
“The Real Song For The Deaf” is a hidden song by Queens Of The Stone Age from their album Songs For The Deaf.
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About Songs For The Deaf
Songs For The Deaf is the third studio album by American rock band Queens of the Stone Age, released in 2002. It is widely regarded as one of their most influential and critically acclaimed albums. The album features a concept that takes listeners on a simulated road trip through the California desert, complete with radio tuning and DJ interludes, giving it a unique and immersive experience.
With its heavy guitar riffs, driving rhythms, and Josh Homme’s distinctive vocals, Songs For The Deaf delivers a powerful and energetic sound. The album includes standout tracks like “No One Knows,” “Go With The Flow,” and “First It Giveth,” showcasing the band’s ability to create catchy hooks and memorable melodies.
The album’s production, helmed by Josh Homme and Mark Lanegan, is polished yet raw, capturing the band’s intense live sound. Songs For The Deaf combines elements of hard rock, stoner rock, and alternative rock, creating a dynamic and captivating listening experience.
With its dark humor, intense musical performances, and strong songwriting, Songs For The Deaf solidified Queens of the Stone Age’s place as one of the leading rock bands of the 2000s, and it remains a fan favorite and a landmark album in alternative rock history.
How to find “The Real Song For The Deaf”
On CD: Rewind to -1:35 past the beginning of track #1 (“You Think I Ain’t Worth A Dollar, But I Feel Like A Millionaire”)
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