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Queens Of The Stone Age - Era Vulgaris mp3 Performer: Queens Of The Stone Age
Album: Era Vulgaris
Country: US
Released: Nov 2007
Style: Alternative Rock, Stoner Rock, Indie Rock
Label: Ipecac Recordings, Interscope Records, Rekords Rekords
Genre: Rock
Catalog #: IPC-091
Size MP3: 1380 mb.
Rating: 4.6/5
Votes: 830
Record Source: 3 × Vinyl, 10", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album




Tracklist


1Run, Pig, Run4:40
2Running Joke2:57
3Misfit Love5:39
4River In The Road3:19
5Turnin' On The Screw5:20
6Make It Wit Chu
Written-By – Alain Johannes, Michael Melchiondo
4:50
7Suture Up Your Future4:37
8Into The Hollow3:42
9I'm Designer4:04
10Battery Acid4:06
113's & 7's3:34
12Sick, Sick, Sick
Written-By – Chris Goss
3:34


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
B0009039-02Queens Of The Stone Age Era Vulgaris ‎(CD, Album)Interscope RecordsB0009039-02US2007
060251735367Queens Of The Stone Age Era Vulgaris ‎(CD, Album)Interscope Records060251735367Brazil2007
B0030912-01Queens Of The Stone Age Era Vulgaris ‎(LP, Album, RE, Gat)Interscope Records, Rekords Rekords, UMeB0030912-01US2019
1735367, 35088Queens Of The Stone Age Era Vulgaris ‎(CD, Album, Sup)Interscope Records, Universal Music Argentina S.A.1735367, 35088Argentina2007
0602517601352Queens Of The Stone Age Era Vulgaris ‎(CD, Album + CD + Tou)Interscope Records0602517601352Europe2008


Credits


  • Illustration, DesignDoug Cunnigham, Jason Noto
  • Mastered ByStephen Marcussen
  • Mixed ByAlain Johannes (tracks: A1 to D1, E1 to F2), Evil Joe Barresi (tracks: D2)
  • Mixed By [Assistant]Justin Smith
  • PerformerJoey Castillo, Julian Casablancas, Mark Lanegan, Troy Van Leeuwen
  • ProducerChris Goss
  • Producer, Performer, Written-ByJoshua Homme
  • Recorded ByAlain Johannes
  • Recorded By [Assistant]John Silas Cranfield
  • Written-ByJoey Castillo (tracks: A1 to D1, E1 to F2), Troy Van Leeuwen (tracks: A1 to D1, E1 to F2)


Notes


Recorded at: Cherokee Studios, Los Angeles Steakhouse Studios, Studio City Sound City Studios, Van Nuys + mixed at Bay 7 Studios, North Hollywood, CA.
Pressed at United Record Pressing, Nashville.
Comes in a tri-fold jacket.
The runout grooves run into the label on almost all copies.
℗© 2007 Interscope Records


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 689230009115
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand-etched runout side A, Variation 1): IPC91-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand-etched runout side B, Variation 1): IPC91-B Ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand-etched runout side C, Variation 1): IPC91-C Ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand-etched runout side D, Variation 1): IPC91-D Ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand-etched runout side E, Variation 1): IPC91-E Ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand-etched runout side F, Variation 1): IPC91-F Ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand-etched runout side A, Variation 2): IPC91-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand-etched runout side B, Variation 2): IPC91-B Ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand-etched runout side C, Variation 2): IPC91-C Ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand-etched runout side D, Variation 2): IPC91-D Ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand-etched runout side E, Variation 2): IPC91-E
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand-etched runout side F, Variation 2): IPC91-F Ⓤ


Companies


  • Recorded At – Cherokee Studios
  • Recorded At – Steakhouse Studios
  • Recorded At – Sound City Studios
  • Mixed At – Bay 7 Studios
  • Pressed By – United Record Pressing
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Interscope Records
  • Copyright (c) – Interscope Records


Album


Era Vulgaris is the fifth studio album by American rock band Queens of the Stone Age. Recorded from July 2006 to April 2007, it was released on June 11, 2007 in the United Kingdom and June 12 in the United States, having been released on June 8 in other countries. The single Sick, Sick, Sick was released in May, followed by second single 3's & 7's in early June, and third single Make It wit Chu in October. The album debuted at No. 14 on the U. Billboard 200 charts, selling 52,000 copies in its. Era Vulgaris - Queens Of The Stone Age. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Queens of the Stone Ages fifth studio album marked a strong departure from the easily accessible sound of Lullabies To Paralyze to something more wicked and metallic. Except from the radio friendly single Make It Wit Chu and the more classic in QotSA regards fast paced rocker 3s & 7s, most songs require multiple listens to get under the listeners skin. Era Vulgaris US Version Q&A. Era Vulgaris is the fifth full length studio album by American hard rock band Queens of the Stone Age. The album was completed in early April 2007 and released on June 8, 2007 in some countries, June 11, 2007 in the United Kingdom and June 12, 2007 in the United States. The tracks Sick, Sick, Sick and 3's & 7's were released as singles in early June, with a third single Make It wit Chu released around Halloween of 2007. The album debuted at number fourteen on the U. Billboard 200 charts selling 52,000 copies in its first week, which was a dec. Era Vulgaris Richard File Remix. Queens Of The Stone Age. You could say that Queens of the Stone Age keep rock's flame burning, but unlike other new-millennium true believers - like Jack White, for instance - Homme lacks pop skills or even the interest in crossing over which isn't the same thing as lacking hooks, mind you, and unlike the stoner metal underground that provided his. This album gets alot of hate being queen of the stone age worst album to date. However, in my own subjective opinion, this album has much more charactertics and charm as do their latest record Villians. Their 2007 record Era Vulgaris showcase a more brash and slick side of Josh hommne as the production harkens to some early rock n roll. An enjyoable record that does have some glaring flaws but evens it out with some catchy ass tunes. Era Vulgaris 2xCD, Album, Tou. Interscope Records, Universal Music Group. 이 버전 판매. IPC-091. Era Vulgaris 3x10, Album. To favorites 6 Download album. Listen album. Alternative Rock. Songs in album Queens Of The Stone Age - Era Vulgaris 2007. Queens Of The Stone Age - Turnin' On The Screw. Era Vulgaris translates to the Common Era, but there is nothing common about the latest album from Queens of the Stone Age. Joshua Homme's band of gypsies return with their fifth full-length release from the seminal desert rockers and they are out for blood with guitars slung low. Over the course of more than a decade, Queens Of The Stone Age has rarely been content with repeating itself. And Era Vulgaris finds the band experimenting with new sounds and rhythms


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Ive got a copy thats autographed by josh joey and troy ????
Now we can all be equally disappointed that this 55(!) minute album is being squashed onto a single piece of vinyl to cash in. Morons.
I too bought it for collection reasons, sealed. If you have a quality record deck, it’s a total disappointment in comparison to Matador / Music on Vinyl re-releases. Rated R / Lullabies / Like Clockwork / the latest boring one and Them Crooked Vultures, which all sound full of presence and so very revealing. Sadly this is a congested, flattened, boxy presentation, the polar opposite of the landmark music it contains. It’s Radiohead syndrome, whose many vinyl releases are also a disappointment in comparison to their digital counterpart.... but this was the mid 2000’s when the record industry was download crazy and couldn’t care less about vinyl. I’ve requested MOV reissue it, perhaps we could all do the same! Lullabies is such a solid reissue and this neurotic album deserves to be resurrected.
I bought this when it came out and haven't spun it in a while. The fidelity is very disappointing. Not as bad as the Rated X re-issue but very compressed. I think I'll wait on the upcoming re-issues until I hear some reviews.
It’s the original sadly and it’s sounds terrible. I see there’s now a Nov 2018 US reissue... it’s now available in the UK
Did you buy a sealed original or the newest pressing? I have the original and it sounds superb.
Sounds really good. Compared to the CD, the sound is a lot fuller and wider. I believe this is a different mix compared to the CD aswell as the drums are mixed differently in many of the songs. For example, in 3's and 7's the hihat is in the center, not on the left side. Also Sick, Sick, Sick sounds a lot meatier. Higher dynamic range too I believe.
Love this album! Don't mind the 10 inch format, it looks cool and unique. Sounds good on my setup. If you can find it for cheap, get it!!
My copy sounds fantastic! Bright and balanced with plenty of highs and lows. All depends on your set up and weather you scored a hot press or one at the end of the stampers life.
End of the stampers life... is that a thing? 10 words
Nice to see the discussion over here. I bought it back in 2007 and immediately discarded it as the worst sounding vinyl I've ever had the displeasure to listen to. 11 years later and hundreds of records later, this one is still the holder of the turd crown. Gimmicky and distorted pressing of an already lo/mid-fi record is a deadly combination.
Pressing sounds great to me -- Clearaudio turntable, KEF speakers. Not a huge fan of the 3x10" format on this but the sound quality is fine. Mids are forward but that was the "aesthetic" of the record.
Sounds worse than the CD. I have both, A/B tested them and ripped them both to .flac/.mp3. Listened on headphones to both. CD is better quality. More clarity in the cymbals. Then again, this was a low-fi record to begin with.
I just got this at Newbury Comics last week (10-12-2017) and it sounds GREAT! I was worried about what everyone was saying. It sounds just as good as the CD mastering goes. And trust me when I say this, because I have the Rated R re-issue on vinyl (rounded corner white box in the top-left) and that sounds HORRIBLE :(. Anyways, I love this record. Era is one of my favorites of theirs, equal to Lullabies to Paralyze. So many memorable tracks - I'm Designer, Sick Sick Sick, Suture, Into the Hollow, Misfit Love, Running Joke. And basically everything else they did in these sessions: Fun Machine, Era Vulgaris, Christian Brothers, MAN! I miss it when they just played in the studio endlessly just because they loved making tracks. Now it seems that they just focus on 10 songs, literally, not even a b-side or cover in sight. And they play the same set lists every night... Ah well.People have said that the needle runs into the center circle, but mine doesn't. It is unusual to flip the record/change the record every 2 songs (literally), but whatever. I like how they experimented with this album. I don't like how ...Like Clockwork was 45 rpm, I would have loved that record on only 1 disc. But whatevs.
What I hear compared to the CD is a tad more compression (not terrible, but noticeable), a little too much midrange "honk", and significant distortion in the top end. I won't say it sounds awful, but I really wish it sounded better. Alas, I love this album, and this is the only version on vinyl, so I'll still listen to it and enjoy it, for the most part. Surface noise is no different than most records, sounds fine to me in that regard. I hate that all the runout grooves go into the labels, like they forgot they were making 10" records when ordering the labels or something. Or maybe that was done on purpose, in which case all the extra compression and noisy top end makes perfect sense. "Hey guys, we should totally release this record on vinyl, but put it on three 10" records, package it in a weird top-loading jacket so dust can get in super easy, and let's make it sound ugly!" ... I dig that, if that's the case. Otherwise I'd say this is simply a product of inferior mastering.Rekords Rekords (or Interscope or Ipecac or whoever makes it happen), PLEASE remaster and reissue this on a 12" double-LP! Like, EXTRA pretty please, with extra extra sugar!!!
I really hope this is reissued in 2x 12" 45rpm at some point.
Or maybe a 3x12" edition. This album has like 8 bonus tracks. I'm not even counting the remixes. It deserves better treatment.
Surface noise is virtually absent. The audio sounds saturated - although volume level is ok - and compressed.It's possible to achieve better quality on vinyl. Music on Vinyl did this with "Lullabies to Paralyze" and Matador Records did this too with "... Like Clockwork".
Great packaging, but it caused one of the discs to get in a bowl shape. Still playable. By the way, this is not really in mono: right in the 1st song, you can hear a guitar pattern that passes from right channel to left and back to right. The rest of the mix sounds more like duophonic than mono to my ears.
Doesn't the cover say "YOU HAVE MONO"? Referring to the kissing disease?
lol you're right! sorry about that...so now I have mono and a stereo triple 10'' set.
lol It says you have mono not that it's in mono
If anything this is totally worth it for the exclusive track 'Running Joke'.
Lots of people are complaining about the pressing. Not the best but still sounds great. Its in Mono... which is different than the CD and probably accounts for a lot of the "flat" complaints. I am accustomed to the CD mix, but I have found a lot of joy listening to it on my record player. Some songs sound worse (turnin' on a screw, sick sick sick) others sound better than the CD mix (suture up my future, Make it with you)
It's not in mono, read the cover carefully because it states: "You have MONO"It's a joke
Vinyl pressing is inferior. Suffers from compression, sounds like it was mastered from MP3. It may not be a deal breaker considering it's a pretty noisy rock album. Some listeners may not require the highest fidelity to enjoy it. Having listened to it for years on CD and finally purchasing the vinyl release, the discrepancies are audible.
Super album, rare music. But some listeners here react like "the widow in the bed", crying about 'surface noise', low or flat or whatever. Some surface noise means nothing for killer records like it. All my Motorhead vinyl collection has some "surface noise" too but I love them. If you want 'perfect' sound just clean your ears. Or you can buy a cd. Don't listen rock n roll, listen other kinds of music or use other music formats. However, have you ever listened cassetes? Have you ever saw a QOTSA or other rock band in a concert?
This pressing sounds completely fine, I really don't get what the fuss is about. I bought it from mint sealed, and there is absolutely no surface noise. It sounds really nice and punchy, as it should.
This pressing sounds flat and dull. Total waste of money. Whoever mixed/mastered/screwed up this mastering can as Josh says, "Eat a bag of dicks." The CD sounds 10x better, which is a total shame.
Agree. The packaging can get ripped very quick but the audio is totally shit. Checked the needle several times for dust but nothing. Total miscopy audio wise but a great rare item.
I bought this for collector purposes only because it looks so damn cool. But upon playing it, I think it sounds nice and punchy. Low noise, but I am using a Sumiko Pearl cartridge, which probably helps. The highs are a bit distorted but thats part of the album. In any event, this isn't an awful press. (unlike the new Metallica represses. Good god).
Vinyl version's surface noise is harsh, but I believe it was intentional. It does make some points hard to listen to, however.Package claims I have mono, but I never contracted that sickness in my lifetime. How rude.
Sounds great :)
Mono o Stereo ?
I think the album was mastered to overall have a noisy quality to it. It definitely doesn't sound half as good as other QOTSA albums on vinyl, but I think that's the point. It's bleak, dirty, loud, but still a fantastic album. But it was a limited pressing after all, more so for collectors or hardcore Queens fans, so we can't expect too much, can we?
Not too shabby.
The sound isn't flat, it's vulgar. I still find the album enjoyable and fresh.
YES. This guy nailed it. It's meant to be this way. It's very listenable.
I agree about the sound quality. It was noticeable and sounds flat. Bothered me the whole time I was listening.
Yes the mastering is not the best. But it is not irritating for me.. Not with this kind of music.
The sound is awful. Hopefully it will be reissued on 2x12". Wishfull thinking...
Sound Quality A Bit Over Compressed For Me? Anyone Else?
Not only was this way over compressed into distortion and artifacts, it's also incredibly midrange-y too. Totally disappointed. My original CD rip sounds much cleaner than this LP.
Definitely sounds mastered to hot for me. The vocals sound like they are slightly distorting at points. Oh well. Seems that this is common these days with a lot of modern record pressings. Too bad.