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  • Audio CD (Aug. 23 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Sonic Unyon Records
  • ASIN: B0001LJCMK
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)

1. I Only Want You
2. Speaking In Tongues
3. So Easy
4. Flames Go Higher
5. Bad Dream Mama
6. English Girl
7. Stacks O’ Money
8. Midnight Creeper
9. Stuck In The Metal
10. Already Died
11. Kiss The Devil
12. Whorehoppin’ (Shit, Goddamn)
13. San Berdoo Sunburn
14. Wastin’ My Time
15. Miss Alissa

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3.9 out of 5 stars

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Format: Audio CD
This is one hell of a fun cd. I would object to anyone comparing this to the wave of retro-sounding garage bands out right now... this is a totally different sound, and even their blues influences show up in a way completely and totally different than anything from the White Stripes or any other Detroit band. There is something more primitive about this sound, with its fuzzy guitars and purposeful lack of sheen... but when these guys get going, they really groove in a way that few bands can these days. The cover of Stuck in the Middle (or, Stuck in the Metal, as they call it) is a perfect example of what this cd is about... its a totally unnecessary cover of a great song... and they don't really play it all that differently... but something about it just sounds right and just like the rest of this cd, theres something about it that'll make you want to get up and move around and let loose.
Be warned that this sounds pretty much nothing like Queens of the Stone Age... but I do highly recommend it. Its different in a refreshing, fun way.
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If you like low-fi garage-band antics, and if you have a sense of musical humor, you will probably like these horny rock and roll caveman boogie-ists. Some of the lyrics provide hilarious instant singalongs, as in "Kiss The Devil" and "Whorehoppin'". The good-timey "San Berdoo Sunburn" makes me want to go on a debauched roadtrip. Every song seems to have at least one reprise. The vocals aren't impressive, but they fit the music well, sometimes sounding like Neil Young might sound on strange drugs or with a hangover. The drumbeats aren't played with much polish, but they rock in genuine gut-bucket style, often echoing John Bonham or Charlie Watts, at least in spirit. The guitars are often raw-sounding... the solos aren't terrific, but the crunchy rhythm playing is fantastic in places. As for the instrumentation and arrangements, I was surprised to find myself enjoying something that mainly features only vocals, drums and electric guitars ("What, no bass?" I got over that quickly enough.) When this formula all comes together, I find it quite enjoyable. The CD has its ups and downs, but on the whole it's the real deal in that it really does rock me, and it makes me smile. I wouldn't consider this a Desert Island CD, but I would certainly call it a rough diamond.
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By A Customer on April 7 2004
Format: Audio CD
Josh Homme doesn't stand behind his work.
He claims he never wanted Kyuss to get big, but only AFTER they failed to GET big. If Eagles Of Death Metal takes off, he will take all the credit (and the $). If they fade away, then he was just the drummer and it was all just a joke.
If you want to keep your "QOTSA and all that is related" cd collection up to date, this is a must buy.
If you worship Josh Homme and the toilets he craps in, this is a must buy.
Other than that, (...) Carlo Von Sexron, Baby Duck, or whoever....Jesse "The Devil" Hughes has some seriously haunting demos out there, but "Peace Love and Death Metal" fails to capture that essence and instead falls way short on a pop level, comparable to 'Jet' or 'White Stripes'.
There are some white trash blues riffs in Keith Richards tuning, some lyrics about speed, dancing sluts, the So.Cal desert. All the "cool" people are involved, including the recently ousted Nick from QOTSA, Brody Armstrong of The Distillers, and other "desert folk". It was interesting in the 90's, but who cares 2004?
There are moments, like "Already Died", a hunting tune featuring Nick Oliveri on bass and a sampled drum track that sounds better than Homme playing live.
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By Hynziomo on March 28 2004
Format: Audio CD
ok first things first, don't pay attention to the name, these guys are not in anyway death metal. knowing that this is Josh Homme (frontmant from Qotsa and quitarist from rock gods Kyuss )side project. i was immediatly intriqued with the concept of a "death metal " project. however things couldn't have worked out better(not being a big fan of death metal and all) this is plain out Rock and Roll , with a twist, literally i mean this album makes you want to dance , all songs are great , infact the only reason i gave it 4 out of 5 is because the production doesn't seem to be as good as it could have been. but givin the fact that this album was probably done in one take, i 'll give it all the credit in the world. (you can hear them discussing timmings and transitions at the beginning of certain songs, but don't worry it isn't corny. the lead singer in this group has a really funky groove going on which im sure will get them in the main stream, and as always like most josh homme productions Drugs seem to play a huge role in inspiration, which only makes it that much more intresting.
pick this album up it is hands down one of the better rock records realeased in years.
Atta boy JOSH!
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Josh Homme is clearly a man caught inside the boundaries of pitiful music. Fortunately, he has the ammunition of creativity to blow up those boundaries and tap dance on the rubble. Eagles Of Death Metal may not be for all, but it is certainly for some. Track 1 opens with the racing "I Only Want You," inclining listeners to take off their pants and dance. The next 4 tracks build from there, killer riffs, pounding drum beats, and smooooooooooth vocals. By track 5 or 6, you're sweating and looking for love. This album seems like its on its way to a 5 star rating until it gets bogged down by 2 tracks in the middle which could have been left off. Granted, they're good, but they aren't needed. In essence, they weaken the album, instead of fortifying it. But after the speed bump, its time to thrust her back into 5th gear and hit the gas pedal. The album switches gears towards the final 1/3 and smacks us with a bit of blues/bluegrass, surfer/beachy, and my personal favorite...A 1:57 RIPPING satanic ho-down. Think of hell, and think of satan, playing a ho-down, and his disciples chanting...then breaking it down and TOTALLY letting loose. "Kiss The Devil." Clearly one of my top songs off the album. Also included is "Stuck In The Metal," a cool little "Stuck In The Middle" cover by Stealers Wheel. All in all, a very cool sexy album. Nothing sounds like this, and its definately worth checking out. I'd give it 5 stars, but like i said, it got a little bogged down in the middle...so it gets a 4 star rating. My opinion on these guys is that they have this fun loving, pimpy, peace, hippy style album cover and pictures and whatnot...yet, i think they're masking the devil behind it all. I think there are songs on here that are FILTHY...DIRTY....EVIL...Read more ›
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