Nirvana in Bristol, November 4, 1991

“The first time I heard Bleach, I remember turning to my friends and saying, ‘We gotta start writing better songs.’ Listening to Negative Creep and School and Love Buzz, I thought there were three different singers in the band. It was a total perspective-changer - it definitely ripped a sheet of paper off of my mental notepad. A couple of years later, I got an advance copy of Nevermind. I was raised on Black Flag and the Cramps; I had always thought, ‘This is the best shit ever, and no one’s going to listen to it’. Nevermind proved that I was completely wrong about that. I was so stoked.” - Josh Homme


“Being close to that world as it was going down, I met Kurt and Dave and Krist. I watched Kurt get more bummed about how big everything was getting – and yet the songs just got more acidic and better. Being famous was obviously overwhelming for him and too complex for him to understand how to deal with it, but he didn’t make the music pay for it. That was wonderful. Even now, whenever a Nirvana song comes on, I’m always like, "Thank you! Three minutes of nothing to worry about.‘” - Josh Homme

queens of the stone age

the quotes-a man: [bleedley deedly dee] im brooding and dark [doodley doodle dee] im very moody and a sinner whose up to no good [ding ding dong] but i also want to make love on top of a velvet rug over a piano strewn with roses and me and/or my partner is also werewolf [drrrrrrrrnnnnnggggg duuuunnn dooooooooommmmm] how did i get my guitar to sound like a blown out chiptune synthesizer that was also stepped on several times [4 solid hours of lap steel and josh homme plucking random notes on the highest point of the guitar neck] [elvis presley grunts] hooOooooo yeEEEeEaaAh