Kyuss: And The Circus Leaves Town LP
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1995's ...And The Circus Leaves Town is the fourth and final album from short lived Palm Desert, CA stoner/desert rock trailblazers Kyuss, recorded when the band was down to only two founding members (John Garcia and Josh Homme). The group's third in a row with producer and Godfather of desert rock Chris Goss following unrivaled releases Blues for the Red Sun (1992) and Welcome to Sky Valley (1994), the 11-track swan song replaces the loaded extended jams of its predecessors with more traditional song structures, hinting at some of the sounds Homme would go on to explore with Queens of the Stone Age. The members of Kyuss officially went their separate ways for good in 1995 after only four genre defining albums with Homme and Nick Oliveri forming QOTSA, Garcia founding groups Unida, Slo Burn, and Hermana and Brant Bjork joining Fu Manchu.