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"Chris Goss produced that album, and he was a key member in finding where Kyuss’ sound was going to go.
"From Wretch to Red Sun is a huge difference, and a lot of that is down to Chris. He took us under his wing and got us signed. He liked us as people and as musicians. I owe everything I’m able to play right now in any public venue to him.
"We experimented. We were at this great studio, Sound City; we had this bass tunnel down a hallway, and we tried different things. We went for takes on two-inch tape and played live in the studio, and we captured a cool sound.
"I don’t know if people were ready for that when we were first doing it, but it eventually came around. It was tough coming out of the desert at the same time as Seattle grunge was blowing up. It was tough to get recognised, but we kept plugging away at it, and it’s cool that it caught on later. That album was before it’s time, I guess."