10 Songs, 42 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
34 Ratings
34 Ratings
Gabriel (Nemo) Savage ,

The * makes it stellastar*

I highly disagree with the review above, Stellastar* is unique with beautiful songs like "My Coco" and "Somewhere Across Forever". This album (Stellastar*) is highly unique compared to anything I've ever heard and I highly suggest you get at least a few songs off this album.

theSFgiantsfreak55 ,


MVP BASEBALL 2004 was my favorite game in the whole world, and songs like "My Coco" made it have the best soundtrack in the world.

devilsalmond ,

Release date?

Just a quick note; this album wasn't released January 1, 1990, but rather September 23, 2003.

About Stellastarr*

While attending Brooklyn's Pratt Institute of the Arts in the late '90s, vocalist/guitarist Shawn Christensen, bassist Amanda Tannen, and drummer Arthur Kremer befriended one another for what would eventually become a musical journey. The threesome had barely grasped the beauty of their respective instruments, so forming the band Ghistor was an interesting move. It was a work in progress and a bond in the making, however short-lived. Christensen, Tannen, and Kremer eventually graduated and tried the corporate thing for a while. They reconnected in spring 2000 with former Charlotte's Funeral guitarist and Philly native Michael Jurin to form the indie rock outfit stellastarr*. A deal with Tiswas followed by 2002 and their EP Somewhere Across Forever appeared the next spring. After much acclaim from the media for the eponymously titled debut full-length, the group returned in 2005 with the follow-up effort Harmonies for the Haunted. In 2009 stellastarr* released Civilized on their own Bloated Wife Records. ~ MacKenzie Wilson

New York, NY
March 9, 2000




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