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Stuff usually gets changed or added or poked with a sharp stick on a daily basis here, so instead of making you dig around for all of it, it'll be listed here (in theory).
October 2001
October 15
A new review is up: Rock in Rio [thanks to Moises Coelho].
October 11
A new link is up: Screamingtrees.org - all things Trees.
Several new tabs are up: Polly Wants a Crack Rock, Covousier, Letters to Mommy, Punk Rock Caveman Living in a Prehistoric Age, Like a Drug, Eccentric Man [all tabs by Bryin].
October 9
Two new reviews are up: 1998/11/13 by blackbonejazz and 2001/09/06 by sean-apothecaries weight.
October 4
The HTML FAQ pages are up starting here.
October 3
The FAQ is up in Brazilian Portuguese here [thanks to Moises].
September 2001
September 29
Rhythm tab for Rickshaw is up [thanks to Bryin].
Lyrics for God is Radio are up.
The text version of the QOTSA FAQ is up here.
September 28
High Noon Amsterdam from the new Masters of Reality album and featuring Josh on guitar and Mark on vocals is available for download from the official Masters of Reality site.
September 26
Tab for Never Say Never has been fixed [thanks to Bryin].
A new link is up in the links section.
September 25
Correct, offical lyrics for Quick and to the Pointless are up.
The July 4, 2001 setlist is up (thanks to Kai).
September 24
Correct, offical lyrics for Quick and to the Pointless are up.
The July 4, 2001 setlist is up (thanks to Kai).
September 22
Read a bad review of the new Desert Sessions.
Listen to Don't Drink Poison or The Idiots Guide from the Desert Sessions.
Lyrics for the album are up.
Guitar tab for Don't Drink Poison is up.
September 17
DESERT SESSIONS 7 & 8 are OUT! Order them online now--CD or Gatefold vinyl or both--at Southernlord.com.
Precious and Grace is now available for download (live on Aug. 21).
September 16
Two new links are in the links section: You can't quit QOTSA, baby! (in Portugese), and Into the Void - A Page for Stoners [thanks to Moises and Sean Hayter].
Another live version of Go with the Flow is up [thanks to Jason Goossens for transferring and encoding it].
Official lyrics for Go with the Flow as posted on the QOTSA board by Josh are up.
Tab for You Think I Ain't...Millionaire is up [tab by Bryin].
Some new tour dates are up: 98/08/29, 99/xx/xx, 00/06/02 (w/set), and 00/06/11 [thanks to Menno].
September 15
Guitar tabs for Never Say Never, You're So Vague (in C), Who'll Be the Next in Line, and Another Tension Head [thanks to Bryin for the tabs].
The 2001/06/12 setlist has been updated.
Lyrics to Ode to Clarissa have been updated [thanks to Andreas].
August 2001
August 21
Lyrics for Song for the Deaf are up; official lyrics for Morocco and AWOL are up.
Song for the Deaf is available in mp3 form now. Download it!
August 15
The chronology is finally up.
August 13
Live lyrics for Infinity have been added to the lyrics page.
August 12
An info page for Songs for the Deaf is up. Another interview has been added to the Interviews and Chats page.
August 11
Lyrics for Kyuss' Blues for the Red Sun are up.
August 10
Tab for The Gosso King of Crater Lake is up.
August 8
The Links and Guitar Tab pages have been redesigned.
August 4
Discography pages for all of the Desert Sessions releases are up, and the lyrics pages for volumes 1-4 have been reformatted. The Discography page has been changed as well and additions have been made to the Rated R and Gamma Ray discography pages.
May 11
The third volume of the Desert Sessions is released on Man's Ruin vinyl.
June 23-26
The Gosso King of Crater Lake, Monsters in the Parasol, Jr. High Love, Eccentric Man, Hogleg, and You Keep on Talkin are recorded for the 4th volume of the Desert Sessions at Monkey Studios.
July 21
The fourth volume of the Desert Sessions is released on Man's Ruin vinyl.
July 22
QOTSA plays their first show @ The Casbah in San Diego.
first week of August
QOTSA plays their first UK show in London.
September 18
The QOTSA/Beaver split is released by Man's Ruin.
October 5
The band's first album, Queens of the Stone Age, is released on Loosegroove records in the UK. The album comes out a day later (the 6th) in the US.
October 26
The third and fourth volumes of the Desert Sessions comes out on Man's Ruin, this time with two bonus tracks not found on the original vinyl.
November 1
Queens of the Stone Age comes out on gatefold vinyl on Man's Ruin Records. The pressing is limited to 3000 copies--2000 on black vinyl, 300 on yellow vinyl, and 200 on green vinyl--and sells out completely in about three days.
January 2
QOTSA begins the North American tour to support their first album at the OK Hotel in Seattle, WA.
Tour ends on February 19, 1999, at the Jimmy'z in New Orleans, LA.
March 11-14
All songs on the Desert Sessions vols. 5 & 6 are recorded at the Rancho de la Luna.
April 10
QOTSA begins a small club tour with the Smashing Pumpkins at St. Andrew's Hall in Detroit, MI.
Tour ends on April 24, 1999, at the Roxy in Los Angeles, CA.
sometime between April 24 and June 1
Alfredo Hernandez quits the band and Gene Troutmann takes over on drums.
Know the month/week/day/hour/minute Alfredo quit? Don't keep us in the dark! Send an email.
June 1
QOTSA begins a short tour opening for Hole.
Tour ends on June 4, 1999, at the Santa Barbara Bowl in Santa Barbara, CA.
June 24
QOTSA begins a summer European tour at the Brixton in London, UK.
Tour ends on July 14 at Saint Cosmas Athletic Park in Athens, GR.
July 4
Josh does an interview for Pogopop following the show that night.
As of this date, the band has 20 new songs; no word on which songs these were, which made it onto Rated R, or what happened to the remaining songs.
July 6
Nick does a live chat from Cologne, DE.
July 21
Desert Sessions volume 5 comes out on Man's Ruin vinyl.
August 6
QOTSA begins a tour with Ween at the Warfield Theater in San Francisco, CA.
Tour ends on August 20, 1999, at the House of Blues in New Orleans, LA.
August 28
QOTSA begins a tour with the Other Star People at The Shelter in Detroit, MI.
Tour ends on Sept. 13, 1999, at the Yucatan in Santa Barbara, CA.
September 10
Desert Sessions vols. 5 & 6 come out on Man's Ruin with two non-vinyl bonus tracks.
Recording for Rated R begins at Sound City Studios in California.
December 19 and 20
Touring for the first album officially ends with two shows opening for Rage Against the Machine at the Forum in Los Angeles.
Recording for Rated R ends at Sound City Studios in California.
May 8
QOTSA begins their tour to promote Rated R with a short US tour starting at the Bottom of the Hill in San Francisco (with Eleven).
Tour ends on May 25, 2000 at the Troubadour in Los Angeles, CA.
June 2
QOTSA begins the first European tour to support Rated R at the Camden Underworld in London, UK.
July 2
QOTSA begins the Ozzfest tour on the second stage at the Coral Sky (Mars) in West Palm Beach, FL. The band hated this tour for the most part, due to the ungodly early afternoon hour at which they played and the abundance of rap-metal. As a result (or perhaps to make more money), they did their damndest to play at a small club or bar on every odd date (since all Ozzfest dates, with the exception of one, were on even-numbered days). The Ozzfest tour ended for them a full two months later on September 2, 2000, at the Glen Helen Blockbuster Pavilion in San Bernardino, CA. Their club tour ended the following evening at the Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre in Irvine, CA.
August 7
The Lost Art of Keeping a Secret single is released in the US. A week later, the UK 2-disc version is released.
August 16
Nick and Josh participated in an online chat conducted by Ozzfest after that day's show in Dallas.
September 10
A gig was supposed to be played on this day at the San Diego Street Scene, but it was cancelled so the band could go into the studio and record some songs. This recording session presumably produced the b-sides for the Feel Good Hit of the Summer single: Never Say Never [Romeo Void], You're So Vague, and Who'll Be the Next in Line [Kinks].
September 16
QOTSA begins another North American club tour, this time with VAST and Like Hell.
Tour ends on October 8, 2000, at the Bottleneck in Lawrence, KS.
October 28
The band begins yet another North American club tour with the Foo Fighters at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, CA.
Tour ends on November 12, 2000, at the Roseland Ballroom in New York, NY.
November 16
QOTSA begins a European tour with Monster Magnet. As with Ozzfest, the band plays a few dates on the side sans MM.
Tour ends on December 20, 2000, at the Sala Arena in Madrid, SP.
November 27
The enhanced CD-ROM version of the Feel Good Hit of the Summer single is released in the UK. At least six more versions of this single are released over the next two months.
January 19
QOTSA plays Rock in Rio and Nick is arrested for being nude on stage.
January 25
QOTSA plays the Big Day Out festival in Australia, along with a few small club dates in between festival shows.
Tour ends on February 4, 2001, at the Bassendean Oval in Perth, AUS.
QOTSA may have recorded some tracks at Alain Johannes' (Eleven) studio, 11 AD.
May 1
QOTSA records their cover of Turbonegro's Back to Dungaree High in three hours at 11 AD studios.
May 18
Mark Lanegan joins the band for "at least a year." He sings songs like You're So Vague, In the Fade, and many songs from the first album.
May 19
Southern Lord Records announces that Josh Homme has formed his own record label: Rekords Rekords.
May 23
Mark Lanegan plays his first show with QOTSA at Hollywood at the El Rey, Inc.
June 5
QOTSA begins a UK tour with Goatsnake.
Tour ends on June 13, 2001, at the Brixton Academy in London, UK.
June 15
QOTSA begins a summer European tour.
Tour ends on July 4 at the Quart Festival in Quart, NO.
July 6
QOTSA begins pre-production on Songs for the Deaf. Song for the Deaf and two other songs with Dave Grohl on drums are recorded.
July 16
Josh gets together with Dave Grohl, Kirst Noveselic, Donita Sparks (L7), and Jim Keltner for an impromptu jam session. While it was recorded, there are no plans to release it.
August 16
QOTSA begins a mini-tour in Europe.
Tour ends on August 26 at the Reading Festival in Reading, UK.
August 26
The Rated R tour ends, one year, four months, and 18 days after it began.
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