They came out strong with their first two albums, but Songs for the Deaf is the one that made Queens of the Stone Age legends. The band’s 2002 record features their most stacked lineup ever — Josh Homme, Dave Grohl, Nick Oliveri and Mark Lanegan — and showcases their mastery of the rock spectrum: from the garage-rock pep of “No One Knows” and the stoner-metal perfection of “First It Giveth” to the freewheeling alt-rock of “Go With the Flow.” Ya gotta own it on wax. Eli Enis
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