Performing as Nick Oliveri's Uncontrollable, the bassist takes listeners on a journey through the latter stage of his career with Leave Me Alone, an album of blistering and battered rock & roll that feels more indebted to punk rock than it does peyote. While his sonic savagery would occasionally bubble to the surface of QOTSA's motorik "robot rock," Leave Me Alone finds Oliveri fully unleashed.
At a lean and trim nine songs ‘Uncontrollable’ does not mess around. There are no build up’s, excess jam sections save the somewhat pointless yet pretty acoustic segue way of ‘Leave Me Alone’ itself which soon gives way to the anarcho blast of ‘The Void’. It’s familiar territory but an approach which plays well to Nick’s strengths. Those familiar with his work as Mondo Generator will know what to expect.
Leave Me Alone is the debut album of Nick Oliveri's Uncontrollable, a solo project created by Nick Oliveri (Kyuss, Queens of the Stone Age, Dwarves, Mondo Generator) released in 2014 on Schnitzel Records. It was recorded in 2013 at Thunder Underground Studios in Palm Springs, California by Harper Hug & Trevor Whatever. Nick Oliveri performs all of the instruments (vocals, guitar, bass & drums) on the album as well as all of the production & writing of the songs. He also recruited guest performers in such as Blag Dahlia of The Dwarves & Motörhead's Phil Campbell
Nick Oliveri teaches us "Auto Pilot" by Queens of the Stone Age - Продолжительность: 4:13 PlayThisRiff.
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That is certainly true of Leave Me Alone, billed as Nick Oliveri‘s first solo album. And right from the top, Oliveri sets to proving the difference between Uncontrollable and the stuff he’s done with other people’s bands. Listeners will feel themselves stepping back to give Human Cannonball Explodes some room.
Mondo Generator (sometimes known as Nick Oliveri and the Mondo Generator) is an American rock hybrid band founded in 1997 by Nick Oliveri. The name of the band originated when Brant Bjork spray-painted the words on the side of Oliveri's Sunn amplifier. Mondo means "world" in Italian. The Oliveri-penned Kyuss song appearing on the 1992 album Blues for the Red Sun also took its name from this event, and the amplifier itself appears in the artwork for the album.
Uncontrollable, Leave Me Alone.