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Kyuss - Welcome To Sky Valley FLAC


1 I
2 II
6Conan Troutman2:12
7Lick Doo0:58
9Supa Scoopa And Mighty Scoop5:56
11Space Cadet7:03
12Demon Cleaner5:11


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
61571-2Kyuss Welcome To Sky Valley ‎(CD, Album)Elektra61571-2US1994
7559-61571-2, PRO 895, CD PRO 895Kyuss Welcome To Sky Valley ‎(CD, Album + CD, Promo + Ltd)Elektra, Elektra, Elektra7559-61571-2, PRO 895, CD PRO 895Germany1994
CD 61571, 61571-2Kyuss Welcome To Sky Valley ‎(CD, Album)Elektra, ElektraCD 61571, 61571-2CanadaUnknown
7559-61571-2Kyuss Welcome To Sky Valley ‎(CD, Album)Elektra7559-61571-2Europe1994
7559-61571-1Kyuss Welcome To Sky Valley ‎(LP, Album, RE, RP, 180)Elektra7559-61571-1Germany2008


  • Backing Vocals [Additional Peculiar Background Vocals]Madman Of Encino
  • Bass, Backing Vocals [Additional Peculiar Background Vocals]Scott Reeder
  • DrumsBrant
  • Engineer [Additional]Brian Jenkins
  • Engineer [Assistant]Alexe Campbell, Jeff Sheehan, Wade Norton
  • Engineer, Mixed ByJoe Barresi
  • Guitar, Backing Vocals [Additional Peculiar Background Vocals]Josh
  • Lacquer Cut ByAJB
  • Mastered ByEddy Schreyer
  • Percussion [Additional Percussion]Peter Moffet (tracks: A2)
  • ProducerChris Goss, Kyuss
  • VocalsJohn



(Full credits as above)

Additional percussion on "Asteroid" by Peter Moffet.
Additional peculiar background vocals: Scott Reeder, Josh Homme, & Madman of Encino.

Thank you to Mario Lalli for lead guitar on "N.O."

Center label of both sides have traditional 90s Elektra uppercase 'E' & lowercase 'e' logo and Lizard logo.

On both sides of center label, Josh Homme is incorrectly credited as "John Homme" in the songwriting credits.

Barcode available only on hype sticker. No barcode on rear.

℗ © 1994 Elektra Entertainment Group, a division of Warner Communications Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.
Manufactured & Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company, 3400 W. Olive Ave., Burbank, CA 91505.


"Lick Doo" is not mentioned anywhere on the release, as with all other versions including it.


  • Matrix / Runout (SIDE ONE): AJB WMM R1-61571-A RE-01
  • Matrix / Runout (SIDE TWO): AJB WMM R1-61571-B RE-01
  • Barcode: 081227958732


  • Manufactured By – Rhino Records
  • Marketed By – Rhino Records
  • Mixed At – NRG Studios
  • Recorded At – Sound City Studios
  • Mastered At – Future Disc
  • Lacquer Cut At – Well Made Music


Welcome to Sky Valley is the third studio album by American rock band Kyuss. This is the first Kyuss album to feature bassist Scott Reeder, who Album: Welcome To Sky Valley Year: 1994 Country: US Genre: Desert RockStoner Rock Label: Elektra, Chameleon Track Listing: 00:00 Gardenia 06:. Sky Valley. Welcome To Sky Valley. Josh Homme. Welcome to Sky Valley also known as Sky Valley and Kyuss is the third studio album by American rock band Kyuss. It was released on June 28, 1994, through Elektra and Chameleon Records. Welcome to Sky Valley was recorded in early 1993 and scheduled for release in January 1994. They sneak-previewed the completed album at Foundations Forum 93 and contributed the song Demon Cleaner to the sampler disc. Due to mild success from their previous album, Kyuss had been promoted from their subsidiary record. Welcome To Sky Valley is the third album released by Kyuss and is regarded as the foundation of the desert rock movement. The album is 25 on The 40 Greatest Stoner Albums by Rolling Stone. This album contains many riffs inspired by heavy metal, psychedelic and alternative rock. The sounds range from acoustic guitar heard in Space Cadet and deep grooves such as in Demon Cleaner. Welcome to Sky Valley Q&A. Welcome to Sky Valley is the third studio album by American stoner rockmetal band Kyuss, originally released on June 28, 1994. Kyuss was recorded in early 1993 and scheduled for release in January 1994. Due to mild success from their previous album, Kyuss had been promoted from their subsidiary record label Dali to the main label Chameleon. Welcome to Sky Valley' was released in 1994, a time when grunge and at the other end industrial metal was at an all time high. Co-founding member Nick Olivieri had just left the band remind you of anything from 10 years later, and there were severe doubts about the future of Kyuss. So, in return, Kyuss shut everyone up by releasing an absolutely flawless record. After creating a classic with their second album, Blues for the Red Sun, desert metal gods Kyuss faced the unenviable task of delivering the goods once again for a new label, Elektra Records. And they almost pulled it off with 1994's stellar Welcome to Sky Valley. The album's 13 songs are divided into three suites which fully display the band's impressive creative range, from furious metal to psychedelic grooves, and anything in between. Welcome to Sky Valley. Type: Full-length. The album is arranged in three movements: I 1-3, II 4-6 and III 7-10. On the CD these are indexed as three tracks, with Lick Doo on track 4. Some copies of the German pressing came with a live-bonus-CD: 1. Gardenia 6:46 2. Thumb 4:38 3. Conan Troutman 2:18 4. Freedom Run 7:54. Completa la tua Collezione su Kyuss. English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 한국어 Português Brasil Русский. Modifica edizione principale. Kyuss Welcome To Sky Valley. Genere: Rock


Kyuss - Welcome To Sky Valley FLAC
Welcome To Sky Valley
FLAC size:
1930 mb
MP3 size:
1515 mb
WMA size:
1868 mb
22 Jul 2014
Rhino Records , Elektra
Stoner Rock
Catalog №:
R1 61571
when did this shoot up in value? purple monkey dishwasher
My copy sounds pretty good.I did have to turn the volume up, but only a fraction.
27€ new for a thin piece of vinyl and a simple cover is....quite underwhelming. Probably because of US import costs sadly. Great sound quality nonetheless! A must have fuzzy piece of stoner rock
I'm not sure that I understand why Homme's decision to make disco pop rock records would make the cost of a Kyuss reissue more expensive?
Gold Crown
no this is one of the greatest bands of all time the record came out in the 90's. you are aware this is josh homme? queens of the stone age are maybe the biggest band in the world or were for quite a while
An essential stoner rock album. This albums crosses over barriers and welcomes music fans of different tastes to discover the genre. Welcome to Sky Valley is Kyuss's Magnum Opus and deserves a spot on every 90's Top 100 list. Now, onto the pressing. Like others have said it is VERY quiet. I'm not hearing a lot of noise, though as others have reported. I was able to find it new for $20. I opened up the shrinkwrap and gave it a good cleaning before play. The mix is quite flat, but not too much more than I ever remembered. It sounds decent on my system. With my receiver's EQ flat the bass on this record is nice and smooth. Not overpowering. In my opinion it sounds just as it should. I still wish it was a louder pressing. My advice for anyone considering this pressing is to buy it sealed in mint condition. Any defect on this record will potentially ruin the experience since it is so quiet. And if you are hearing distortion at the end of either side, you may want to check your cartridge alignment to minimize it. I hope to see a remaster of this album eventually... on 2 LPs at 45 rpm. I'll keep dreaming. Hey, I'm just glad I finally got to own this album without shelling out big money.
cleaned my a couple times before playing, and my pressing is very clean sounding, but quiet, turn it up and no noise, although this version isn't over dynamic...i can live with it, as good stoner music should never be perfect
si alguien lo tiene, que me escriba! quiero este lp.
Dancing Lion
Wow, some bad reviews, well mine sounds great! Silent, clean and no noise, now I do have to crank it up because it was pressed at a low volume but thats not a problem - r1 61571 , 2014 reissue on vinyl
My copy sounds fine to me, but maybe I'm just not as much of an audiophile as everyone else. It's the cheapest vinyl copy I could find of this album because everyone jacks up the price for the other pressings WAY too high, so I think this pressing is great considering having to pay way more for other vinyl copies.PS: Screw you, vinyl scalpers.
Agree with what everyone else said, this remastering is total shit. The volume is way to low for you to hear the distinct tones of every instrument. Takes away a lot from the overall experience as one of the strongest points of Kyuss was their immersive sound as a unit..... This recording does a lot of unjustice to Homme's guitar too, taking away a lot of the dynamics. I played this record expecting the wall of fuzz in "Gardenia" to shake the foundations of my home.... Sadly i was dissappointed. In all reality though, the record was pretty cheap (25 CAD)...IMO save up for a better version
This pressing is horribly mastered for vinyl. It sounds like garbage. Avoid!
Mine is very noisy too, with a very noticeable clicking sound near the end of side A. This is made worse by the fact that the pressing is so quiet.I was really hoping to shake the walls with this one, but the mastering is flat and I simply can't turn it up loud enough to really rock as the surface noise is too distracting.Even after a thorough clean it sounds bad. I have a copy on audio cassette that I recorded from the CD when it was released which sounds better.Such a disappointment. Will be looking for an original pressing.
Also a quiet pressing. Great album (and worth it if you can get it for $15) but everything about this re-issue is disappointing.
kind of a noisy pressing? Needs a good cleaning even if new.
I disagree. Mine sounded amazing right out of the sleeve, no cleaning required.
I haven't had any issues with my copy and I play it like it's supposed to - so loud the neighbors' walls shake!
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