Kyuss - Welcome To Sky Valley FLAC
|9||Supa Scoopa And Mighty Scoop||5:56|
|61571-2||Kyuss||Welcome To Sky Valley (CD, Album)||Elektra||61571-2||US||1994|
|7559-61571-2, PRO 895, CD PRO 895||Kyuss||Welcome To Sky Valley (CD, Album + CD, Promo + Ltd)||Elektra, Elektra, Elektra||7559-61571-2, PRO 895, CD PRO 895||Germany||1994|
|CD 61571, 61571-2||Kyuss||Welcome To Sky Valley (CD, Album)||Elektra, Elektra||CD 61571, 61571-2||Canada||Unknown|
|7559-61571-2||Kyuss||Welcome To Sky Valley (CD, Album)||Elektra||7559-61571-2||Europe||1994|
|7559-61571-1||Kyuss||Welcome To Sky Valley (LP, Album, RE, RP, 180)||Elektra||7559-61571-1||Germany||2008|
- Backing Vocals [Additional Peculiar Background Vocals] – Madman Of Encino
- Bass, Backing Vocals [Additional Peculiar Background Vocals] – Scott Reeder
- Drums – Brant
- Engineer [Additional] – Brian Jenkins
- Engineer [Assistant] – Alexe Campbell, Jeff Sheehan, Wade Norton
- Engineer, Mixed By – Joe Barresi
- Guitar, Backing Vocals [Additional Peculiar Background Vocals] – Josh
- Lacquer Cut By – AJB
- Mastered By – Eddy Schreyer
- Percussion [Additional Percussion] – Peter Moffet (tracks: A2)
- Producer – Chris Goss, Kyuss
- Vocals – John
"INSTRUCTIONS: LISTEN WITHOUT DISTRACTION"
(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."
THANK YOU TO ALL THE BANDS WE HAVE TOURED WITH, OUR FRIENDS AND OUR FAMILIES
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.
Salmon colored hype sticker: "THE CLASSIC ALBUM FROM THE LEGENDARY PALM DESERT STONER ROCK BAND FEATURING JOSH HOMME NICK OLIVERI JOHN GARCIA BRANT BJORK"
℗ © 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