|3||Inside The Sun|
|10||Holy Mountain (Live @ The I-Beam SF, CA. May 1994)|
|11||Jerusalem (Pt. 1)|
|12||Evil Gypsy / Solomon's Theme|
|13||Jerusalem (Pt. 2)|
|14||Evil Gypsy/Solomon's Theme|
|16||Evil Gypsy (Solomons Theme)|
|17||Holy Mountain (live)|
Sleep is an American stoner doom band from San Jose, California. Active during the 1990s, Sleep earned critical and record label attention early in its career. Critic Eduardo Rivadavia describes them as "perhaps the ultimate stoner rock band" and notes they exerted a strong influence on heavy metal in the 1990s. However, conflict with its record company contributed to Sleep's breakup by the end of the decade. The band reformed in 2009, and has played sporadic live dates internationally since.
Sleep evolved in the early 1990s from the band Asbestosdeath, which was established by vocalist/bassist Al Cisneros, drummer Chris Hakius, and guitarist Tom Choi. Asbestosdeath expanded to a quartet with the introduction of Matt Pike on guitar, and recorded two singles - "Dejection" for Profane Existence and the self-released "Unclean".