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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Jan. 30 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import, Live
  • Label: Universal
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  DVD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)

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See and hear Queens Of the Stone Age as you have never experienced them before on their first ever concert DVD and live album released in one package, complete with a 5.1 surround sound mix. Filmed at London's infamous Brixton Academy and Kokos. 'Over The Years And Through the Woods' takes you through a visual and audio journey that includes new songs, hidden gems from Queens' related projects, special guests including original member Nick Oliveri, Dave Grohl, Mark Lanegan, and Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top. Bonus footage includes historical, rare, acoustic and behind the scenes footage capturing this truly unique band on the rise. With a raucous set list that features such Queens classics as 'No One Knows', 'Go With The Flow' and 'Feel Good Hit Of The Summer' and new hits 'Little Sister' and 'Burn The Witch', this release is a must-have for Queens fans, audiophiles and lovers of true, rock music everywhere with over 3 hours of visuals and 75 minutes of audio. Interscope. 2005. --This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Cornelius on Aug. 16 2014
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I'd seen bits and pieces of this a number of years ago (I think this DVD is approaching a decade old now), and all of a sudden a new Amazon recommendation put it back top of mind after those years, so I bought it..... excellent decision!

Always liked Josh Homme, and Queens and Kyuss and his thing with Grohl and J.P.J., "Them Vultures What Weren't Straight" (Grohl even played with "Queens" for a while I think), and even recently dug something new to me, Josh with Eagles Of Death Metal. The two things I appreciate most about the man are a: his resolve and longevity... he broke into the music business as a teenager, has never looked back, has played with EVERYBODY, and is today quietly one of the most influential writers, performers and producers in rock music, and b: his seemingly effortless ability to write interesting, timely, thought-provoking songs....... and still mercilessly beat the living s*** out of his guitar!

Yes, I like it loud, and this DVD is really kind of a perfect storm for me. It is a study (a VERY successful one) on what electric guitars and basses (and they're all detuned... it's what all the kids are doing) can sound like given the proper amplification and the proper accompaniment of a ridiculously huge powerhouse drummer. This concert film is big, ugly, loud and scary!... And if you like Petulia Clarke... you're gonna freakin' HATE it!

Still interested? Cheers, all!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By LeBrain HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on Aug. 26 2011
Format: Audio CD
First, your tracklist. Then, my review!

1."Go with the Flow" - 2:58
2."Regular John" - 5:24
3."Monsters in the Parasol" - 4:39
4."Tangled Up in Plaid" - 4:00
5."Little Sister" - 2:51
6."You Can't Quit Me Baby" - 9:49
7."I Wanna Make It wit Chu" - 4:27
8."Leg of Lamb" - 3:34
9."I Think I Lost My Headache" - 5:24
10."Mexicola" - 5:09
11."Burn the Witch" - 3:12
12."Song for the Dead" - 7:47
13."No One Knows" - 7:47
14."Long Slow Goodbye" - 7:20

1."This Lullaby" - 2:40
2."Go with the Flow" - 3:12
3."Feel Good Hit of the Summer" - 3:41
4."The Lost Art of Keeping a Secret" - 3:44
5."Regular John" - 5:30
6."Song for the Deaf" - 5:09
7."Avon" - 3:33
8."Little Sister" - 2:52
9."You Can't Quit Me Baby" - 10:27
10."I Wanna Make It Wit Chu" - 5:10
11."Monsters in the Parasol" - 3:16
12."The Fun Machine Took a S*** and Died" - 6:41
13."Mexicola" - 5:17
14."Burn the Witch" - 4:37
15."Covered in Punk's Blood" - 1:57
16."I Think I Lost My Headache" - 5:07
17."Song for the Dead" - 8:16
18."I Never Came" - 5:54
19."No One Knows" - 8:09
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 10 2014
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Its Josh Homme and the rest of QOSTA performing some of the best music out today. The intro/exits are well done, but I was a bit let down in the video and sound quality being only so-so and not up to the quality of many of the better modern concert DVDs.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
Next Best Thing To Bein' There Nov. 26 2005
By apeshallnotkillape - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Y'know, it's kinda funny...every time a new QOTSA album comes out, Josh Homme always says the new band is 'the best lineup ever' or something along those lines. As a huge fan of Dave Grohl and someone who really appreciates what he contributed to SONGS FOR THE DEAF, I must say I was pretty dubious of Josh's claim this time.

I needn't have worried. This version of Queens is a monster.

See, I highly dig LULLABIES..., but it doesn't really have a strong 'band' presence to it, probably due, I hate to admit it, to the absence of Nick Oliveri. What's good about this effect is that it really makes the strength of the songwriting stand out...

The great thing about this CD/DVD is that when a bunch of talented, tight and passionate musicians like the ones assembled here tear into these songs, they find all kinds of fresh new blood in those veins. Joey Castillo pounds the hell out of his kit, very ably stepping in for Mr. Grohl on the SONGS... songs, and propelling the new stuff into Rock God Valhalla. It's also awesome to watch Troy Van Leeuwen and Alain Johannes from Eleven and The Desert Sessions trade off instruments like the virtuosos they are. Natash Shneider (also of Eleven and the Desert Sessions) adds just the right elements, musically and aesthetically, and the JoshMan himself is in perfect form, whether firing off a face-melting solo, hitting all the targets with that laser-perfect falsetto, or verbally destroying a would-be heckler who tries to ruin the show.

Oh, and a note to Travis:

Enough already with the 'hardcore fan' routine. If you're really a hard-core fan of QOTSA, you would know that Nick Oliveri wasn't an original member, although he did come to be an important collaborator with Josh Homme. Look, Nick is awesome and all, but he's also a crazy motherf***er who got kicked out of the DWARVES, for cryin' out loud. I wouldn't believe anything he said in some rock rag any more than I would believe any of Josh's myriad versions of events. It was personal, it was business, but it wasn't OUR business. The QOTSA flag flys with Josh, so love it or leave it, just like Oliveri.

P.S. Looks like Mark Lanegan didn't get fired after all, doesn't it?
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Rather Enjoyable July 18 2006
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Format: DVD
For a true QOTSA fan this DVD has moments of brillance and much to my deight contains great footage of Nick and Dave going hard. The production values and sheer size of the project are no where near the scale of the RHCP at Slane Castle dvd but this somehow just re-enforces the intimate setting in the theatre where the main event takes place. The HD cameras are great but when the director gets, in my opinion, too much slack as far as creativity goes he/she ruins some of my favourite songs with poor angles and terrible effects. Don't let that overshaddow the great effort of the band because Josh really is a joy to watch. Overall a really great DVD with some of the extra's a huge highlight. Basically you should buy the DVD just for the cutting shots of the band recording No One Knows while playing it live. Everything else is a bonus. You do have to be a fan of them to enjoy it to its full.
9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Queens Give The Fans What They Want Nov. 22 2005
By Julia - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Last week I had the great pleasure of seeing Queens as the opening act for Nine Inch Nails. Their combination of mindblowing energy and musicianship made this truly one of the best gigs I have ever been to (I enjoyed Nine Inch Nails as well)

Simply put, if you're a serious Queens fan this CD/ DVD is essential.

Excellent sound quality on the audio CD- I especially loved the extended versions of You Can't Quit Me Baby (one of my all time favourite Queens songs), No One Knows, Song for the Dead and Long Slow Goodbye. Josh Homme is in great voice and the band is super tight throughout.

The DVD is also very enjoyable just to see a band totally engrossed in their own world and music. Excellent and very varied setlist- you get to hear a lot of older Queens material as well as rare tracks such as the mellow I Wanna Make It Wit Chu from the Desert Sessions and Fun Machine, a lost track from the wonderful Lullabies to Paralyze. Cool bonus features with guests and former band members such as Dave Grohl, Nick Oliveri and Mark Lanegan, but the picture and sound quality varies quite a lot. Heads up on another cool feature: you get a commentary if you change the audio setup to French. If you're expecting theatrics and pyrotechnics you've come to the wrong place, for Queens it's really all about the music.

And one last warning for all the **** smokers out there, better pick a different show to heckle at next time ;).
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
A Band That Cares For Its Fans Nov. 22 2005
By Peter F. Podnar - Published on
Format: Audio CD
As a QOTSA fan, you can't get any better than this.

What I really appreciate is that Josh really seems to care for his fans. For the price of one CD, you get the live CD and then a 2-hour show shot in HD (widescreen 16:9) and mixed in surround (The liner notes don't say if there is a DTS 5:1 mix).

But more importantly, the DVD shows the band at their best. You can really see the joy of five musicians making music. What I'm most happy about is the song selection of the DVD.

As much as I love PTL, Queens put a lot more emphasis on their older material and some B-Sides. If your a Queens fan, you have to buy this!
7 of 10 people found the following review helpful
A Falling Experience! Jan. 27 2006
By cakemeat - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Despite Worries, I Knew the disc will be a valued part of my collection.

When I finally decided to purchase this DVD I was a little worried. ( I owned songs for the deaf, and downloaded every single, and a whole bunch of random songs.) I didnt know if an entire DVD would entertain me. I saw them recently on tour, And they are Incredible. The live accuracy of the (ever-evolving) band was perfect. You hear almost EXACTLY what they have on their studio recordings.

Luckily, their album sounds, and live show COLLIDES into this wonderful set of discs.

During the first batch of songs("Flow" through "little sister") I felt like all I did was spend $15 bucks. But at some point I finally realised I was completely engrossed. A Perfect balance of familiarity and Improv. And of course, the DVD goes on for TONS of songs after that!. I Wish I could come up with a fault of this recording. But there isn't any. Great Sound, Good Song selection, Awesome Visual/Angle Imagery.

It also has alot of Hilarous crowd interaction and Clips

If your just skimming this review, This is a Great DVD/CD set. The Sound Quality is listenable, not like cheap LIVE recordings. PERFECT for putting on in the background. And ABSOLUTELY AMAZING to sit down and watch with the lights dimmed, maybe a couple drinks. = )