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Peace Love Death Metal

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 13, 2015)
  • Original Release Date: January 13, 2015
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: IPECAC RECORDINGS
  • ASIN: B0001LJCMK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (90 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,209 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
Damn, this is good stuff. I was driving home after a hard day, listening to my satellite radio when "I Only Want You" came on and rocked me out so hard I had to dig around in the floorboard for my errant receiver to see what it was. Later in the commute, on another station, I heard "Whorehoppin'" and it, too, forced me to fish through a net of wires and adapter cords to see the name of the group -- and of course it turned out to be by the same band.

Though I'd previously only wanted to get home and curl up on the kitchen table, I actually stopped at a record store and picked it up and have been cranking it ever since. Not since I stumbled onto The Monks' "Black Monk Time" have I been so thoroughly and completely seduced by a group that traffics in such blunt, infectious sounds and skewed good humor.

As many have said, these guys land somewhere between both the Eagles and a death metal group. The singer's high, buttery vocals remind me of a young Neil Young, and the music has the same bang and clatter of the JSBE or the five upstart Americans.
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everyone needs to go easy with the serious reviews. this album was made by fun people having fun making fun music, and we should all be having fun listening to it. if it doesn't make you want to shake your cheeks, there may be no hope left for you. i'm serious, you may want to consult a physician about your lack of joy and unwillingness to have a good time. people who knock this album are the people who go to concerts and stand stock still in the pit, too cool to dance and jam out. if you like gritty, conducive to bum-shaking music, buy this album.
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it'll grow on you like a funky, joyous mold. two parts backwoods swamp holla blues, one part AC/DC and god knows how many young girl's souls went into the pot to make this catchy, crossbred gem.
clear a space in the living room for 'rump shaking and get down to business.
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"Holy-Hot-Devil-Rock," this music makes you want to get up and move around like you lost your soul to the devil. I bought this CD like 4 days ago and can't stop playing it wherever I go. This is a CD that on your first listen you can't take seriously or you'll easily pass it off as a large peice of underproduced crap. After you give the disk a chance you'll be sucked into its charm and tranced out by its simplicity. Featuring "Dr. Cool" himself "Josh Homme" from Queens of the Stone Age, not singing and playing guitar but drumming of all things, he's not an incredible drummer but he belts out the stripper beats effortlessly and everyone knows that whatever Josh Homme touches turns to solid gold. The album is very reminescent of the "Desert Sessions" series, only better and made for dancing.
I can't pick a favorite song on the album because they're all really amazing, but "Flames Go Higher" catches your ear on first listen as a grooved out stomp in hell, oh yeah, "HELL," that's where the humor comes in, most of the songs have overtones of references to "the Devil and Hell," stemming from Jesse Hugh's love for the Devil. The novelty won't wear off because "Satanic tranced out boogie-woogie music" is just such an original concept.
This album is not a Queens of the Stone age CD to say the least, so don't get confused, its just highly original rocka and roll.
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...but when you listen to them all together on the disc it gets repetitive because they are similar. This probably should have just been an EP with a few of the better songs. When you hear one of the songs on a radio station it sounds pretty good because there is contrast. Personally what I think makes Queens so good is that their discs offer a lot of contrast so each of the songs stand out. My recommendation is download a few of your favorites but I can't recommend the disc as a whole.
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This album is solid, from start to finish. The more i listen to it, the more i wanna hear it again. The sound is like a backwoods/voodoo type lyrics mixed with rock and roll, good riffs, simple, but really well timed effective solos. 0 If you appriciate good music, you'll be hooked on it. The only way to hear it is to hear it loud.
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Lately a lot of folks have been trying to do stripped down, back to basics, blues based garage rock, with mixed results to say the least. Somehow this little puppy smokes 'em ALL. While the treble is tinny, somehow it burns, the drums keep coming fast and loose, and the vocals are truly possessed. It has the brattyness of early Cramps or Violent Femmes, and the surreal snottiness of prime Ween, mixed with the body rockin potential of Andre Williams or John Spencer Blues explosion. All that said, I STILL haven't done this weird little sucker justice... JUST FREAKIN' BUY IT, YOU WON'T BE SORRY!!!!!!!
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Heard a review on NPR today and had to pick up a copy before sundown. I wouldn't know the Queens of the Stone Age if they fell on me, but I do know the Eagles of Death Metal keep it fun and loose. "San Berdoo Sunburn" is a gem; the straight-up riffs and drum sound familiar, but there's something fresh in there that should make you smile. If you're looking for more than that, move along...
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