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|Released||April 1994 (Original)|
14 November 1995 (Re-release)
Parachute was the first album released by the band Guster. The album was mostly recorded in 1994. 4,000 copies were released under the band name Gus (the band had to change its name shortly afterward when another artist signed a record contract under that name). Those copies are considered very rare by Guster fans.
The stuffed animal on the cover of the album is a childhood toy of the percussionist Brian Rosenworcel and is lovingly referred to as "The Big Friend". It has become a mascot of sorts for the band.
- "Fall in Two"
- "Mona Lisa"
- "Love for Me"
- "Scars & Stitches"
- "The Prize"
- "Happy Frappy"
- Jay Bellerose - drums
- Mike D - chamberlin
- Scott Davis
- Clayton Scoble - electric guitar, 12-string guitar
- Michael Rivard - upright bass
- Adam Gardner - vocals, guitar
- Brian Rosenworcel - bongos, percussion
- Ryan Miller - vocals, guitar
- Andy Custer - electric bass
- Dejan Kralj - guitar
- Goran Kralj - vocals, guitar, piano
- Jeff Murphy
- Milt Sutton
- Morgan Dawley
- Scott Schwebel - drums, percussion
- Steve Garrett - cello
- Tom Swafford - violin
- Wes Yoakam - vocals, guitar, keyboards
- Harrington, Helen (April 24, 2003). "Guster to play at May Weekend". The Quinnipiac Chronicle. Retrieved December 26, 2018.