|2||Never Say Die (Black Sabbath Cover)|
|4||Twenty (2009 Re-Recording)|
|5||Thirty (2009 Re-Recording)|
|7||Never Say Die|
|8||Twenty (Live In Brussel)|
|14||Ma Petite Mort|
|17||Bobbi, Bobbi, Bobbi - I'm Not God|
|20||Patty Hearst's Closet Mantra|
|29||Twenty Four Hours|
|32||Six-Gun Sucker Punch|
|35||(Waltz of the) Playboy Pallbearers|
|38||Twin Sisters and Half a Bottle of Bourbon|
|44||Ma petit mort|
|52||Uccidendo Un Sogno|
|53||Waiting on the Western World|
Karma to Burn, sometimes known as K2B, is a desert rock/stoner rock band from Morgantown, West Virginia comprising guitarist William Mecum, bassist Eric Clutter, and drummer Evan Devine. The band are noted for their uncompromising, mostly instrumental sound.
Their name comes from a sleevenote on Bob Dylan's 1976 album Desire which reads "I have a brother or two and a whole lot of karma to burn..."
After years of viral self-promotion (such as phoning record companies pretending to be other bands who'd heard an interesting band called Karma To Burn), Karma To Burn was signed to Roadrunner Records in 1996. They were planning to release an entirely instrumental album, but Roadrunner insisted that the contract was only valid under the condition that they hired a vocalist.