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Kyuss discography

Kyuss discography
Releases
Studio albums 4
Compilation albums 2
EPs 1
Singles 7
Music videos 4

The following is a comprehensive discography of Kyuss, a Southern California-based stoner/desert rock band, active between 1988 and 1995, and again since their reunion in 2010 (as Kyuss Lives!).[1] During their initial seven-year run, Kyuss had four full-length studio albums, one compilation album, one split album, seven singles, and four music videos. They also released one EP under the name Sons of Kyuss. This list does not include material performed by members or former members of Kyuss that was recorded with Queens of the Stone Age, Slo Burn, Unida, Hermano, Yawning Man, Mondo Generator, Brant Bjork and the Bros, Eagles of Death Metal, and Fu Manchu.

Albums

Studio albums

Release Date Title Label Notes
Sept. 23, 1991 Wretch Dali Records Official debut album as Kyuss; debut release on Dali Records and with bassist Nick Oliveri, though also features original bassist Chris Cockrell.
June 30, 1992 Blues for the Red Sun Dali Records Final release on Dali Records and with bassist Nick Oliveri (until his return in 2010).
June 28, 1994 Welcome to Sky Valley Elektra Records Debut release on Elektra Records; first release with bassist Scott Reeder and final release with drummer Brant Bjork (until his return in 2010).
July 11, 1995 ...And the Circus Leaves Town Elektra Records Final album before 15 year split; final release with guitarist Josh Homme and bassist Scott Reeder (neither of them are part of the band's 2010 reunion) and only release with Alfredo Hernández. It is (to date) the final album to be released as Kyuss.

Compilation albums

Release Date Title Label Notes
Nov. 28, 2000 Muchas Gracias: The Best of Kyuss Elektra Records Compilation of live tracks and B-sides, posthumous release.

Extended Plays

Release Date Title Label Notes
April 19, 1990 Sons of Kyuss Black Highway Recorded and released under the name Sons of Kyuss, many songs would be re-recorded for Wretch.
Dec. 5, 1997 Kyuss/Queens of the Stone Age Man's Ruin Records Split release with Queens of the Stone Age, posthumous release.

Tribute Album

Release Date Title Label Notes
February, 2004 Listen Without Distraction Dias de Garage Includes liner notes by Scott Reeder.

Singles

Year Title Album
1992 "Thong Song" Blues for the Red Sun
1993 "Green Machine" Blues for the Red Sun
1994 "Demon Cleaner" Welcome to Sky Valley
1995 "Gardenia" Welcome to Sky Valley
1995 "One Inch Man" ...And the Circus Leaves Town
1996 "Shine!" Non-album single (split single with Wool)
1996 "Into the Void" Non-album single

Music videos

  • "Thong Song" (1992)
  • "Green Machine" (1992)
  • "Demon Cleaner" (1994)
  • "One Inch Man" (1995)

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