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Best listened to from inside the womb, Duster's 1998's debut Stratosphere simultaneously capped off and reinvented the slow core's first wave. A four track dreamscape that will wake the neighbors and then lull them back to sleep. Hazy, arpeggiated guitars layer over a deliberate drummer with no real place to be, as semi-inaudible vocals warn of millennial malaise and subtly encourage the listener to "rock out, rock out, rock out, rock out.""Music for dark spaces and closed eyelids, deeply psychedelic but without sprawl, ambient music with a serrated edge of punk."-The Ringer"Warm, fuzzed-out sounds that hit home like a tight, melancholic embrace from your favorite person."-Vice
Best listened to from inside the womb, Duster's 1998's debut Stratosphere simultaneously capped off and reinvented the slow core's first wave. A four track dreamscape that will wake the neighbors and then lull them back to sleep. Hazy, arpeggiated guitars layer over a deliberate drummer with no real place to be, as semi-inaudible vocals warn of millennial malaise and subtly encourage the listener to "rock out, rock out, rock out, rock out.""Music for dark spaces and closed eyelids, deeply psychedelic but without sprawl, ambient music with a serrated edge of punk."-The Ringer"Warm, fuzzed-out sounds that hit home like a tight, melancholic embrace from your favorite person."-Vice
825764608671
Duster - Stratosphere - Gold Dust [Colored Vinyl] (Gol)

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Format: Vinyl
Label: NUMERO
Rel. Date: 06/14/2019
UPC: 825764608671

Stratosphere - Gold Dust [Colored Vinyl] (Gol)
Artist: Duster
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $26.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Moon Age
2. Heading for the Door
3. Gold Dust
4. Topical Solution
5. Docking the Pod
6. The Landing
7. Constellations
8. The Queen of Hearts
9. Two Way Radio
10. Inside Out
11. Stratosphere
12. Reed to Hillsborough
13. Shadows of Planes
14. Earth Moon Transit
15. The Twins / Romantica
16. Sideria

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Best listened to from inside the womb, Duster's 1998's debut Stratosphere simultaneously capped off and reinvented the slow core's first wave. A four track dreamscape that will wake the neighbors and then lull them back to sleep. Hazy, arpeggiated guitars layer over a deliberate drummer with no real place to be, as semi-inaudible vocals warn of millennial malaise and subtly encourage the listener to "rock out, rock out, rock out, rock out.""Music for dark spaces and closed eyelids, deeply psychedelic but without sprawl, ambient music with a serrated edge of punk."-The Ringer"Warm, fuzzed-out sounds that hit home like a tight, melancholic embrace from your favorite person."-Vice
        
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