Best listened to from inside the womb, Duster's 1998's debut "Stratosphere" simultaneously capped off and reinvented the slowcore'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".

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