Queens of the Stone Age discography

Queens Of The Stone Age Discography

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The discography of Queens of the Stone Age, a Palm Desert, California-based hard rock band, consists of five studio albums, three extended plays (EP), fifteen singles and one live/video album. This list does not include material recorded by Queens of the Stone Age band members with other side projects.

Queens of the Stone Age (also known as QOTSA) was formed in 1997 by guitarist and vocalist Josh Homme (formerly of Kyuss) under the name Gamma Ray. The band signed with the independent label Loosegroove Records and released Kyuss/Queens of the Stone Age EP in 1997. In 1998, the band released its full-length debut, Queens of the Stone Age. The band subsequently signed with Interscope Records and released its first album for a major label, Rated R, which became the first Queens of the Stone Age album to chart.

In 2001, the band was joined by vocalist Mark Lanegan, and released their third album, Songs for the Deaf in 2002. The album brought the band to a new level of commercial success, and a full-fledged tour followed in support of the album. The follow-up album was 2005's Lullabies to Paralyze, which peaked at number five on the Billboard 200. Two years later, the band released their fifth studio effort, Era Vulgaris, which sold approximately 149,000 copies worldwide in its first week, whereas Lullabies to Paralyze sold approximately 97,000 in its first week...
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