DUST is one of those albums that only that only the hardcore hard/acid rock crowd seems to be aware of. The band was fronted by a singer/guitarist named Kenny Wise, who was also joined by Kenny Aaronson (best known for his later work with Billy Squier). The first half of this album wasn't all that impressive to me, but the latter half is a bit more adventurous and interesting to behold. "From A Dry Camel" and "Often Shadows Felt" are highlights for me and are fine examples of why this band was so promising. The manic instrumental boogie of "Loose Goose" is good fun too. Although it's a bit of a flawed gem, I will concede that the final tracks redeem this as a great record.