Rock it Out! Blog: “Can An Album Have Too Many Guest Collaborators?”

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The newest album from Queens of the Stone Age, …Like Clockwork, is finally available for streaming! For the band’s first LP since 2007’s Era Vulgaris, frontman Josh Homme recruited slew of guest stars, including Dave Grohl, Trent Reznor, Elton John, Arctic Monkeys’ Alex Turner, and many more. But can a record have too many collaborators on it? That’s the question posed on today’s Rock it Out! Blog. Do these collaborations help enhance the entire effort and make it all that more appealing? Or can too many cooks in the kitchen harm the overall product? Leave your comments down below.

Other headlines covered on today’s episode include The Weezer Cruise 2014, the Treasure Island Festival lineup, Damon Albarn going solo, and Stone Temple Pilots suing Scott Weiland.

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