Just as Duster's landmark debut album Stratosphere was making it's first orbit, Clay Parton, Dove Amber, and Jason Albertini tracked a largely improvised companion capsule under their Valium Aggelein alter ego. An ode to '70s Kosmische, Hier Kommt Der Schwartze Mond is a skeletal space nap for the prozac generation. Remixed and remastered from the original 16 track analog tapes, the 1998 album has been adjoined by 15 period-appropriate bonus tracks. A fuzzy masterpiece, hidden in plain sight, by the most important slowcore band of all time.
Track List: 1.1 Here Comes the Black Moon 1.2 Liftoff in Stereo 1.3 Trial By Fire 1.4 The Clouds Will Drop Ladders 1.5 Triumph of the Metal People 1.6 Frequency Converter 1.7 Birth to Death in Slow Motion 1.8 Dream Scientist 1.9 Bird Wings 1.10 Nudists 1.11 The Landing 1.12 Under the Mountain 1.13 Sonar 1.14 Mercury 1.15 The Valium Machine 1.16 Spies 1.17 V 1.18 Inside the Static Cult 1.19 Then, in 2060 A.D 1.20 Alum Rock 1.21 Interruptor 1.22 Slower 1.23 Excerpt from Mount Hamilton 1.24 96 1.25 Spark Collector