Nebula/Lowrider

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Nebula/Lowrider Double EP
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EP by
ReleasedApril 27, 1999
Recorded1998
GenreStoner rock
Length38:28
LabelMeteor City
Nebula chronology
Sun Creature
(1999)
Nebula/Lowrider Double EP
(1999)
To the Center
(1999)
Lowrider chronology
Nebula/Lowrider
(1999)
Ode to Io
(2000)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3/5 stars[1]

This is a double EP featuring the Stoner rock bands Nebula and Lowrider.

Track listing[edit]

Nebula[edit]

All music by Eddie Glass, all lyrics by Nebula.

  1. "Anything from You" - 3:57
  2. "Full Throttle" - 4:09
  3. "Back to the Dawn" - 4:16
  4. "Fall of Icarus" - 4:12

Lowrider[edit]

All music and lyrics by Peder.

  1. "Lameneshma" - 4:57
  2. "The Gnome, the Serpent, the Sun" - 5:24
  3. "Shivaree" - 5:49
  4. "Upon the Dune [Full Version]" - 5:42

Credits[edit]

Nebula[edit]

  • Tracks 1, 2, & 4 Recorded 8-98 at Private Radio, Seattle WA by Jack Endino
  • Track 3 Recorded 6-98 at LoHo Studios NYC by Joe Hogan
  • All Music by Eddie Glass
  • Lyrics by Nebula
  • 1998 Volcanic Pineapple ASCAP
  • Art by Arik Moonhawk Roper

Lowrider[edit]

  • Andreas - Drums, Percussion
  • Ola - Lead Guitars, Vocals (1,2,4)
  • Niclas - Guitars, Vocals (4)
  • Peder - Basses, Vocals (3,4), Guitars (4), Effects
  • All Music & Lyrics by Peder
  • Recorded at KM Studios, Karlskoga, Sweden 5/22/98-5/24/98 (1,3,4) & 8/28/98-8/30/98 (2)
  • Mastered 8/31/98-9/2/98 at KM Karlskoga
  • Except "Upon The Dune" (Full Version) by Chuck Lucero at the Santa Fe Center Studios

Critical Reception[edit]

Reception was generally positive of the combined album. CMJ approved of the combination of Nebula's dynamic tracks that shifted from quiet intros to earth-shaking guitar solos along with Lowrider's simpler groove tracks with their Black Sabbath influences.[2] AllMusic also appreciated the combination, stating that between the two there were "few stylistic surprises, but [...] superb "yields" of crushing power chords and psychedelic, head-nodding grooves."[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Eduardo Rivadavia. "Nebula/Lowrider review by AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved 18 January 2019.
  2. ^ "Nebula/Lowrider review by CMJ". CMJ Music Review. 22 February 1999. Retrieved 18 January 2019.