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Kyuss - Wretch (1991)



1. Hwy 74
2. Love Has Passed Me By
3. Son of a Bitch
4. Black Widow
5. Katzenjammer
6. Deadly Kiss
7. The Law
8. Isolation
9. I'm Not
10. Big Bikes
11. Stage III

Kyuss (pronounced “KAI-us”) is the corner stone of the genre known to many as stoner rock or desert rock. Although derivative of 70s hard rock, Kyuss also managed to sound unique. Primarily this was because guitarist Josh Homme often tuned to a low C, a major third below standard pitch, and also due to singer John Garcia’s paint stripping vocals. The aptly paced and gripping music lend to the feeling of a drive through the desert on a motorcycle, devil may care.

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