...And the Circus Leaves Town

1995 studio album by Kyuss / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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...And the Circus Leaves Town is the fourth and final studio album by American stoner rock band Kyuss, released on July 11, 1995, nearly a year before their breakup. Drummer Alfredo Hernández (Yawning Man) replaced Brant Bjork, who left Kyuss in 1993. The album features a tighter and more straightforward sound, both in songwriting and production, than the band's preceding efforts.[1] The album was not as commercially or critically successful as the previous Blues for the Red Sun and Welcome to Sky Valley. Critic Dean Brown attributes this partly to a lack of promotion and the band's breakup, but also notes that the album "deserves to be cherished as much as the two molten hot records that came right before it."[2] A video was released for "One Inch Man", the album's only official single.

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...And the Circus Leaves Town
Studio album by
ReleasedJuly 11, 1995 (1995-07-11)
RecordedMarch 1–20, 1995
StudioSound City Studios, Van Nuys, California
GenreStoner rock
ProducerChris Goss, Kyuss
Kyuss chronology
Welcome to Sky Valley
...And the Circus Leaves Town
Kyuss / Queens of the Stone Age
Singles from ...And the Circus Leaves Town
  1. "One Inch Man"
    Released: June 9, 1995

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