Mondo Generator - Dead Planet: Sonicslowmotiontrails 12 inch

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After listening to the first release by Queens of the Stone Age after the ousting of bassist Nick Oliveri, 2005's Lullabies to Paralyze, you couldn't help but wonder where the cajones of the previous releases went. After a nationwide search, they've finally been found -- on Oliveri's 2006 release (credited to Nick Oliveri and Mondo Generator), Dead Planet: Sonicslowmotiontrails. Backing Oliveri on the tracks are some of his Palm Desert pals, as well as the U.K. duo Winnebago Deal, and the results are, well, quite impressive. For those who assumed that Josh Homme was the major force behind QOTSA, Oliveri proves once and for all that he was much more of a contributor than many had believed.