To the Center

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To the Center
Studio album by Nebula
Released August 24, 1999
Recorded April 1998 at Hanzsek Audio, Seattle
Genre Stoner rock
psychedelic rock
Length 47:51
Label Sub Pop
Producer Jack Endino & Nebula
Nebula chronology
To the Center
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

To the Center is the first studio album by the stoner rock band Nebula. It was released in 1999 on Sub Pop. The album has much more of a progressive/psychedelic sound to it than most of the band's other albums.

Track listing[edit]

All Music by Eddie Glass, Lyrics by Eddie Glass/Ruben Romano

  1. "To the Center" 6:31
  2. "Come Down" 2:01
  3. "Whatcha Lookin' For" 2:37
  4. "Clearlight" 4:29
  5. "Freedom" 7:14
  6. "Antigone" 2:30
  7. "I Need Somebody" 4:18 (Mark Arm on Vocals)
  8. "So Low" 3:45
  9. "Synthetic Dream" 4:28
  10. "Fields of Psilocybin" 2:15
  11. "Between Time" 3:22
  12. "You Mean Nothing" 4:21


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


Produced by Jack Endino & Nebula

Engineered by Jack Endino

Recorded at Hanzsek Audio, Seattle, April 1999

Except Track 6 recorded at Private Radio, Seattle, August 1998

Mastered by John Golden

All songs by Eddie Glass Volcanic Pineapple (ASCAP)

Except Track 9 by Neil Blender & Eddie Glass

Track 7 by Iggy Pop/James Williamson, Bug Music/Fleur Music Limited/James

Osterberg Music/Screen Gems Music/ Strait James Music BMI

Track 11 by Randy Holden, Guitar God Music BMI

Front, Back, & Band Photos: Alex Obleas

Live Photos: Jenny Mcgee

Extra Collage Photos: Craig McDonald, Manu & Birgit

Cover Concept: Nebula

Cover Assembly: Mark Abshire