Muchos Gracias - The Best Of Kyuss - Kyuss Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Heavy Metal / Artist: Kyuss / Import / Audio CD released 2000-10-30 at Elektra / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Un Sandpiper 2 Shine 3 50 Million Year Trip (Downside Up) 4 Mudfly 5 Demon Cleaner 6 Day Early And A Dollar Extra 7 I'm Not 8 ... more
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Welcome To Sky Valley - KyussWelcome to Sky Valley (212 words)
by Frankingsteins - written on 02/09/08 (Very useful, 45 readings)
Welcome to Sky Valley (or to use its lesser-known correct title, K Kyuss ) is perhaps the finest work the American stoner rock outfit ever produced, and certainly one of the defining works of the genre. A little more energetic than its predecessor, this is still predominantly slow and contented music that never sounds so much lazy as under the influence, the tracklist being helpfully divided into three movements to aid comparison. The first movement (tracks one to three) starts out with the catchy Gardenia before descending into instrumental indulgence with the sometimes blaring, sometimes peaceful and entirely incoherent Asteroid, one of the finest songs here if ...
Blues For The Red Sun - KyussBlues for the Red Sun (231 words)
by Frankingsteins - written on 02/09/08 (Very useful, 18 readings)
It s with their third album that stoner rock pioneers K Kyuss really hit their stride as well as the rock mainstream, letting forth a subtly powerful barrage of slow, warm and fuzzy instrumentation beneath John Garcia s irresistible melodic singing. These songs are still heavily based in the blues rock tradition, but move beyond traditional doom rock towards something more emotive, compelling and bizarrely reminiscent of a drive down a desert road in the Southern United States, picking up hookers and sleeping in seedy motels. The band are masters of tempo, churning out predominantly slow riffs and rhythms that accelerate to great effect on occasion, particularly at the ...
Blues For The Red Sun - Kyuss1000 tons of concrete landing on your head (402 words)
by Mr Chubbers - written on 29/04/06 (Useful, 74 readings)
With this, their second album, the American band K Kyuss pretty much set the standard for what was to be called "stoner rock", basically it s grunge taken even a step further, with the usual tuned down guitars and deep throated vocalists, mixed with a rythym section that destroy everything in its path. IT S LOUD DAD!!!!!! Kyuss took the grunge sound even more down a heavy road when guitarist Josh Homme played his six string through a 400 watt bass amp, creating a deep dense guitar sound that characterises this lump of 1992 dense hard rock called "Blues For The Red Sun". A lot of this album sounds very much like Metallica around the time of ...
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