To the Center is the debut studio album by the stoner rock band Nebula. It was released in 1999 on Sub Pop. The album was later reissued in 2018 by the band's current label, Heavy Psych Sounds Records.
The album was produced by Jack Endino, who had previously worked with bands such as Nirvana, Soundgarden, and Mudhoney. To the Center is a heavy rock album with a strong psychedelic influence. The album's sound has been compared to that of bands such as Black Sabbath, Kyuss, and Sleep.
The album's title track, "To the Center," is a seven-minute instrumental that sets the tone for the rest of the album. The song is a slow, heavy groove with a psychedelic atmosphere. Other notable tracks on the album include "Come Down," "Whatcha Lookin' For," and "Freedom."
To the Center was a critical and commercial success. The album was praised by critics for its heavy sound and psychedelic atmosphere. The album also sold well, reaching number 10 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart.
To the Center is considered to be one of the most important stoner rock albums of all time. The album helped to define the genre and paved the way for other stoner rock bands such as Kyuss, Sleep, and Monster Magnet.
|Sub-Genre: Desert / Psychedelic / Stoner.|
|Catalog No: HPS-066v2.|