Call To Confirm Colored Copies Are Still Available
Stars breakthrough sophomore album will be repressed on vinyl for the first time in 15 years courtesy of Last Gang Records. Documenting a romantic upheaval, the album was recorded in the bedroom of keyboard player Chris Seligman on Avenue Mont-Royal in Montreal and originally released in 2003. The band was more New Order and Saint Etienne than the Smiths at the time, and with male and female vocals, they come across as an electro-pop Belle & Sebastian. The New York Times praised the album as: "Lovely. Romantic. Devastating...words often used to describe the soothing sounds of Stars. Adjectives aside, one thing is for certain: Stars have a knack for writing gently devastating pop songs."