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Post by Brad » Thu Apr 01, 2004 11:29 pm

Okay time for another obscure band to be pimped out by Brad.



This time it's one called 'Stars'. I'm listening to some tracks on their new album, 'Heart', and really enjoying it. Their music is a mixture of alternative pop and a whisper of folk. It's definitely uplifting music.



Go visit their website to listen to every song on their album (full version!).



I recommend Elevator Love Letter, Death to Death, Time Can Never Kill the True Heart, Look up, and Don't Be Afraid to Sing.





Check it out, if you'd like, and let me know what you think.
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Post by BeautifulLetdown7 » Mon Apr 05, 2004 1:31 pm

How do you listen to thier stuff. I can't get to it on the site.
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When I crashed and burned

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Post by Brad » Mon Apr 05, 2004 1:53 pm

It's under 'Album'.



You might need to get RealPlayer.
Democracy. It rolls off the tongue nicely. Better than others. I can say it, spell it, define it, but can?t admit to ever believing it. So convoluted has it become that it has mesmerized generations into a comma of perfect sublimity. You dance to the music of your youth, identify with your own memory, become a time capsule of numb comfort. And there, mired in the exhaustion of a life in progress, you surrender your right to question for the luxury of not being bothered.



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Re: Stars

Post by _Radi0head_ » Mon Apr 05, 2004 2:39 pm

I've been looking for that site for ages!. my friend Lee, who's obsessed with them kept telling me to check them out.



I'm in love with Elevator Love Letter at the moment.
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Re: Stars

Post by Brad » Mon Apr 05, 2004 4:24 pm

That's the song I'm listening too right now. It's awesome.
Democracy. It rolls off the tongue nicely. Better than others. I can say it, spell it, define it, but can?t admit to ever believing it. So convoluted has it become that it has mesmerized generations into a comma of perfect sublimity. You dance to the music of your youth, identify with your own memory, become a time capsule of numb comfort. And there, mired in the exhaustion of a life in progress, you surrender your right to question for the luxury of not being bothered.



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