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    ...And the Circus Leaves Town

    • Year Released: 1995
    ...And the Circus Leaves Town is the fourth studio album by American stoner rock/metal band Kyuss, released on July 11, 1995. Upon its release, the album was not as commercially or critically successful as the previous Blues for the Red Sun and Welcome to Sky Valley. A video was released for "One Inch Man", the album's only official single. ...And the Circus Leaves Town would end up becoming Kyuss' final studio album as tensions within the band led to its break-up in October 1995. The band would eventually reform 15 years later (as Kyuss Lives!) and are currently planning a follow-up to this album. ...And the Circus Leaves Town would also be the last to feature Josh Homme on guitar and Scott Reeder on bass, and the only to feature drummer Alfredo Hernández; none of the members besides frontman John Garcia are part of their 2010 reunion, with original members consisting of drummer Brant Bjork and bassist Nick Oliveri, who were part of earlier Kyuss lineups. The song "Catamaran" is a cover of a song originally recorded by drummer Alfredo Hernandez' previous band Yawning Man. Hidden track "Day One" was originally released in Germany as part of the "Demon Cleaner" extended CD single
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    Blues for the Red Sun

    • Year Released: 1992
    Blues for the Red Sun is the second studio album by American heavy metal band Kyuss, released in 1992. While the album received mainly favorable reviews, it fared poorly commercially, selling only 39,000 units. It has since become a very influential album within the stoner rock genre. Blues for the Red Sun was the last Kyuss album to feature founding bassist Nick Oliveri, who was replaced by Scott Reeder shortly after recording had been completed. Reeder had previously played with The Obsessed. In support of the album, Kyuss went on tour with such established groups as Faith No More, White Zombie, and Danzig. In early 1993, the band was chosen by Metallica to be an opening act for nine shows in Australia. Aside from their first show with Metallica, the group only used half the P.A. system for the other eight concerts. The music videos for the songs, "Green Machine" and "Thong Song", received moderate rotation on MTV's Headbangers Ball and on MuchMusic in Canada. The album also received airplay on such album-oriented radio stations as KNAC, KISW, WYSP, and KIOZ. The album was released by the independent record label, Dali, which was later bought out by Elektra Records. It ended up
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    Kyuss / Queens of the Stone Age

    • Year Released: 1997
    Kyuss/Queens of the Stone Age is a split compilation EP which was released in December 1997. The first three songs are performed by Kyuss and the last three songs by guitarist Josh Homme's next band, Queens of the Stone Age. It includes a cover of the song "Into the Void" by Black Sabbath from their album Master of Reality. Which was originally issued as a single by Man's Ruin Records in 1996 with "Fatso Forgotso" as it's B-side. "Fatso Forgotso Phase II" appeared under the name "Flip The Phase" on the 1995 "One Inch Man" single. "If Only Everything" and "Born to Hula" appeared on the Gamma Ray 7", issued by Man's Ruin Records in 1996. Shortly after that release, Josh Homme received a cease & desist order for using a copyrighted band name. This EP released a year later is the first appearance of the "Queens Of The Stone Age" moniker. "If Only Everything" is an early version of the song "If Only", which appeared on Queens of the Stone Age's eponymous debut album. A re-recorded version of "Born to Hula" appeared as a b-side on one edition of the "Lost Art of Keeping a Secret" single release, and later as a track on the Stone Age Complications EP. This version includes backing vocals
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    Muchas Gracias: The Best of Kyuss

    • Year Released: 2000
    Muchas Gracias: The Best of Kyuss is a compilation album from the stoner rock band Kyuss. Although it is promoted as a "Greatest Hits" compilation, it includes 6 songs which are either B-sides or do not appear on any of their albums. It also featured 4 live versions of some of the band's best known songs; Gardenia, Thumb, Conan Troutman and Freedom Run, recorded live on May 24, 1994 in Hamburg. These live tracks were originally released on the very rare "Live at the Marquee Club" bonus disc that came with copies of the first 3000 Welcome to Sky Valley albums in Germany and Australia. These 4 live tracks are the only official live material available from Kyuss. They also appeared as B-sides for the “Demon Cleaner” single.
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    Shine!/Short Term Memory Loss

    Shine! / Short Term Memory Loss is a 1996 (see 1996 in music) split single by stoner rock band Kyuss and rock band Wool. It was pressed in black and limited brown marble 7" vinyl. "Shine!" "Short Term Memory Loss" Template:Wool band
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    Sons of Kyuss

    • Year Released: 1990
    Sons of Kyuss is an Extended Play by Sons of Kyuss. They released this eponymous recording in 1990 before changing their name to Kyuss later that year. The band's first album, Wretch, was released in 1991 and featured several re-recorded songs and two taken directly from this EP, "Deadly Kiss" and "Black Widow". The demo's original release was limited to 1000 copies on clear vinyl, although it saw a limited re-release in the year 2000. It is out of print.
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    Welcome to Sky Valley

    • Year Released: 1994
    Welcome to Sky Valley is the third studio album by American stoner rock/metal band Kyuss, originally released on June 28, 1994. Welcome to Sky Valley was recorded in early 1993, but due to the collapse of the band's record label (Dali), its release was delayed until mid-1994. It was the first Kyuss album to feature bassist Scott Reeder, who replaced the departing Nick Oliveri after the recording of Kyuss' previous album, Blues for the Red Sun. Welcome to Sky Valley was the last to feature founding member Brant Bjork for 16 years until his return in 2010, when Kyuss reunited under the name Kyuss Lives!. The song "N.O." was originally recorded by Across The River, a band fronted by Mario Lalli and featuring bassist Reeder. After Reeder left The Obsessed and joined Kyuss, Bjork suggested they record "N.O." as a tribute to Across The River. On compact disc, Welcome to Sky Valley was originally released with three tracks containing its ten total songs, with an additional, fourth hidden track. It was later re-released with all ten tracks separated individually. However, most commercially-sold versions of the compact disc contain the three tracks, a setup which is meant to encourage
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    Wretch

    • Year Released: 1991
    Wretch is the first full-length album by Kyuss. It was released in September 1991, on Dali Records. Previously calling themselves Sons of Kyuss, they shortened their name prior to releasing this. Many band members have stated that they don't consider this to be their "debut" album. Most of the songs are re-recorded versions from their self-released demo, even some appearing untouched from it. Not sure if the record was ever to be released, several songs were left off hoping to be recorded better. Eventually several of these songs found a place on the followup Blues for the Red Sun, which featured considerably better recording techniques. By the time of this album's release, the band was disenchanted with the poor sound quality and were determined to record a more accurate studio album to reflect the band. Although the album liner notes credit several band members with song credits, the album is actually published by the entire band under the name Cacti Music (BMI). This was abandoned on all later Kyuss releases, instead with each band member receiving sole writing and publishing credit for their own songs or contributions. Kyuss had rarely played any songs from this album live in
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