Let It Burn (Nebula EP)

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Let It Burn
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EP by
ReleasedOctober 20, 1998
RecordedMay 1997 at Rancho de la Luna, Joshua Tree, CA (Tracks 1-6) & June 1998 at LoHo Studios, New York, NY (Tracks 7-8)
GenreStoner rock
Psychedelic rock
Length34:49
LabelTee Pee Records, Relapse Records
ProducerNebula
Nebula chronology
Let It Burn
(1998)
Sun Creature
(1999)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3/5 stars[1]

Let It Burn is the first EP by Eddie Glass's post-Fu Manchu band Nebula. It features a more psychedelic experimental sound as opposed to the straightforward approach of Fu Manchu. It was out of print until re-released in 2018 by Heavy Psych Sounds Records on vinyl and digital.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Elevation 2:56
  2. Down The Highway 3:18
  3. Let It Burn 4:52
  4. Vulcan Bomber 2:55
  5. Dragon Eye 3:25
  6. Raga In The Bloodshot Pyramid 5:09
    • Original Songs
  7. Sonic Titan 7:40
  8. Devil's Liquid 4:29
    • New re-release songs

Personnel[edit]

  • Eddie Glass - Guitars, Vocals, Percussion
  • Ruben Romano - Drums, Percussion, Sitar
  • Mark Abshire - Bass

Credits[edit]

1-6 recorded at Rancho de la Luna, Joshua Tree, CA May 97

Engineered by Fred Drake

Mastered by John Golden

1997 Volcanic Pineeapple ASCAP

7-8 recorded at LoHo Studios, New York, NY June 1998

Engineered by Joe Hogan

Mastered by Dave Shirk at Sonorous Mastering, Tempe, AZ

1998 Volcanic Pineapple ASCAP

All songs produced by Nebula

All music by Eddie Glass

Lyrics by Eddie Glass/Ruben Romano

Band Photos: Alex Obleas

Illustration: Ruben Romano

Graphics/Layout: Mark Abshire

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