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Queens of the Stone Age’s festival sets may have in recent years become synonymous with mindless noodling and flabby jams, but this wasn’t always the case.
Back in 2001 they were the most dangerous rock band on the planet and proved it with one hell of a performance. A short, sharp set filled with classic cuts from their first two albums - including Feel Good Hit of The Summer, The Lost Art of Keeping A Secret and Monsters In The Parasol - it was a definite highlight of the year.
The sight of 21st century caveman Nick Oliveri’s uncovered member flapping in the wind was less so.