Extended play by Mondo Generator
Released November 22 2004
Recorded 2004 at Donner & Blitzen Studios in Arcadia, California, USA
Genre Alternative Rock, Punk Rock
Producer Nick Oliveri
Mondo Generator chronology
Use Once and Destroy Me Tour 2003
I Never Sleep

III The EP is the first extended play release by Mondo Generator, released in November 2004 via Tornado Records. Notably this was the first Mondo release after Oliveri was fired from Queens of the Stone Age to which the band composed a short European tour in support of it. Notably it's also the only Mondo release to feature Alfredo Hernández, along with a cover of Roky Erickson's "Bloody Hammer" and a live version of "Six Shooter" featuring Josh Homme and Dave Grohl. "All The Way Down" would be re-recorded for the band's third album Dead Planet: SonicSlowMotionTrails.

III The EP was initially released on CD-R in November 2004 limited to 300 copies, with a 10" white vinyl edition following that January (Unknown Limited Amount). III The EP would get re-released on a compilation the next year (Omitting the live "Six Shooter") along with selected tracks from Nick Oliveri's first solo album Demolition Day, limited to 1000 CD copies. In 2007 Suburban Noise would reissue Dead Planet with "Bloody Hammer", "There She Goes Again" and "Sleep The Lie Away" from III in compressed sound. This release was notably against Oliveri's wishes.


  • 1. All The Way Down (Oliveri) (2:56)
  • 2. Bloody Hammer (Roky Erickson) (5:21)
  • 3. Six Shooter (Live) (Oliveri, Homme) (1:23)
  • 4. There She Goes Again (Oliveri) (1:26)
  • 5. Sleep The Lie Away (Oliveri, McGuire, Catching, Hernández) (5:41)


  • Nick Oliveri - Bass (1, 4, 5), Vocals (All), Producer
  • Molly McGuire - Bass (2, 3), Piano (4)
  • Dave Catching - Guitar (1, 2, 4, 5)
  • Alfredo Hernández - Drums (1, 2, 4, 5)
  • Josh Homme - Guitar (3)
  • Dave Grohl - Drums (3)
  • Mathias Schneeberger - Recording and Mixing (1, 2, 4, 5), Mastering
  • Hutch - Recording and Mixing (3)
  • Deborah Vierick - Artwork

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V·T·E Mondo Generator
Studio Albums Cocaine RodeoA Drug Problem That Never ExistedDead Planet: SonicSlowMotionTrailsHell Comes To Your HeartFuck ItShooters Bible
Other Releases The Jack Saints Vs. Mondo Generator''III The EPUse Once and Destroy Me Tour 2003I Never SleepAustralian Tour EP 2008Dog FoodMondo Generator / The Chuck Norris ExperimentDesertFest Vol. 57" Australian Tour Split
Associated Artists and Bands Nick OliveriBrant BjorkKyussVista ChinoQueens of the Stone AgeThe Desert SessionsBig Scenic Nowhere
V·T·E Nick Oliveri
Solo Albums Demolition DayDeath AcousticNick Oliveri vs. The Chuck Norris ExperimentHewhocannotbenamed vs. Nick OliveriLeave Me AloneN.O. Hits At All Vol. 1N.O. Hits At All Vol. 2N.O. Hits At All Vol. 3N.O. Hits At All Vol. 4N.O. Hits At All Vol. 5N.O. Hits At All Vol. 666
Mondo Generator The Jack Saints Vs. Mondo GeneratorCocaine RodeoA Drug Problem That Never ExistedUse Once and Destroy Me Tour 2003III The EPI Never SleepDead Planet: SonicSlowMotionTrailsAustralian Tour EP 2008Dog FoodHell Comes To Your HeartMondo Generator / The Chuck Norris ExperimentDesertFest Vol. 57" Australian Tour SplitFuck ItShooters Bible
Queens of the Stone Age Rated RSongs For The DeafStone Age Complication
Kyuss WretchBlues for the Red SunVista ChinoPeace
Other Associated Bands & Releases The Desert SessionsDwarvesMasters of RealityBL'AST!BloodclotBig Scenic NowhereMankind Woman
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