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Gateway drug

This song was my Gateway Drug to Shiny Toy Guns!

4 3 2 1...

This song is cool. I didn't like their new stuff other than Ricochet and in my opinion, this is the best song they've done without Carah. I first heard this song in a car commercial on t.v. and from the second i heard the 4 3 2 1 part i knew that this had to be STG. I wasn't too sure if it was them so i went to the 100 most downloaded songs of the day and there was a new STG song and to my surprise... it was the song in the commercial haha. Awesome song. Agree? Yes or No?

upbeat

A decent cover song of Peter Schilling's "Major Tom (Coming Home)".

Biography

Formed: December, 2002 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Although formed in sunny California during the early 2000s, Shiny Toy Guns' music flaunts a sleek, '80s-influenced combination of synth-pop and electro-clash. Founded in 2001 by bassist/keyboardist Jeremy Dawson and guitarist/vocalist Gregori Chad Petree — both natives of central Oklahoma — the band's lineup was fully realized with the addition of vocalist Carah Faye Charnow (who was brought aboard in 2004 to replace the departing Ursula Vari) and drummer Mikey Martin. After building...
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Major Tom - Single, Shiny Toy Guns
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  • $1.29
  • Genres: Electronic, Music
  • Released: May 05, 2009

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