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Supa Scoopa And Mighty Scoop - Kyuss - Welcome To Sky Valley (CD, Album)


9 thoughts on “ Supa Scoopa And Mighty Scoop - Kyuss - Welcome To Sky Valley (CD, Album)

  1. May 18,  · Kyuss [Welcome to Sky Valley], an Album by Kyuss. Released 21 June on Elektra (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Stoner Rock, Stoner Metal. Featured peformers: John Garcia (vocals), Brant Bjork (drums), Josh Homme (guitar, aka_text {background vocals} role_id aka_text, writer), Scott Reeder (bass, aka_text {background vocals} role_id aka_text), Madman of Encino 4/5().
  2. Features Song Lyrics for Kyuss's Welcome To Sky Valley album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
  3. 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.
  4. This album took me a little longer to get a feel for but it's a little more polished and a little more developed than Blues. There are like 10 or 11 songs on the album but the CD is only split into 3 massive tracks which are like "acts" I, II, and III, each in the neighborhood of 15 minutes long or so/5().
  5. Album Rating: Some great highway music right here, i listened my friends copy of this cd for the first time on the way to a tool concert and it blew me away that i hadnt heard of this band till then. i now own Sky Valley and its probly in my top 5 most played. Great Review. monkey_dancer June 21st
  6. Welcome to Sky Valley is the third studio album by American rock band Kyuss. It was released on June 28, , through Elektra and Chameleon Records. Description provided by Wikipedia under /5(16).
  7. The final track, unlisted in the CD liner notes, is titled "Lick Doo." This is the title that appears when the CD is played on Windows Media Player (track times taken from there too). Label code CD appears on spine and back page of inner booklet Label code appears on CD.
  8. Their third full-length release, [Welcome to] Sky Valley (It was intended to be a self-titled release, as it was the major-label debut, but fans stuck to using the road sign seen in the cover art) was their response to single oriented rock. They produced a four track, fifty two minute album that was really an 11 track album with the simple.
  9. Supa Scoopa and Mighty Scoop Lyrics: Don't try to take me away / Like I can't live without you / Today, makin' love tomorrow / Some way, swoopin', you're so fragile / Died today, you disgrace the.

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