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on 25 March 2005
The rush of lengthy reviews for this album are a little tiresome, as is the ridiculous snobery of the reviewer who assumes that a fellow reviewer hasn't listened to QOTSA albums before 'Songs for the Deaf'simply because he alludes to the absence of Dave Grohl- get over yourself man!! The politics aside, this album is a joy. Guitar heaven from start to finish; highlights are the lush 'I never came' which does not 'drag on' as stated by a previous reviewer, but highlights the versatility of Nick's voice, and in placing this track straight after the excellent lead single 'Little Sister' ensures maximum impact. Other high points include CD opener 'This Lullaby' and the fantastic 'Broken Box'. As a whole, the album flows beautifully, yet is more experimental than 'Rated R' and 'SFTD'. Personally speaking I would say 'Lullabies To Paralyze' is the most complete QOTSA album. Bring on Carling Leeds 2005....
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on 31 January 2018
Music is very subjective. All I can say is I rate this album.
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on 5 September 2017
Brilliant, love it!
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on 28 June 2017
A good album with some good extras
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on 13 April 2017
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on 4 April 2007
I absolutely love this album and cannot stop playing it still - months down the line from buying it.

Yes, OK so Songs for the deaf was a great album and it had Dave Grohl (who I love) but this album is far better in my opinion. I think it has about 6 outstanding tracks on it and the others are still great or at least worth listening to.

Move on from Songs for the deaf and enjoy the new QotSA.

I can't wait for the next album.
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on 20 January 2017
Cracking album in which the Queens exude bredth and depth in lyrics and melody.
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on 21 August 2014
Arrived within the time bracket and in good order as they always do from this dealer never had a problem thanks
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