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03 December 2009

Dim Stars

UPDATE: This post was re-uploaded 08/23/2013. Enjoy, NØ.

Dim Stars were basically a punkstars collaborative project from the early 90s between downtown NYC legends: Richard Hell & Robert Quine of the Voidoids; Thurston Moore & Steve Shelley of Sonic Youth; & Don Flemming of 1/2 Japanese & Gumball.

They released three singles & this one full length lp.

Dim Stars not only marked Hell’s first album of new material after an 8 year retirement from music, but also what has so far been the last bit of new music he has released (Hell recently released Destiny Street Repaired, a re-edited of Destiny Street).

Dim Stars - Dim Stars, Paperhouse Records paplp 014 (UK), 1992.
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Side 1 -

She Wants to Die
All My Witches Come True
Memo to Marty
Monkey
Natchez Burning (Chester Burnett)
Stop Breakin' Down

Side 2 -

Baby Huey (Do You Wanna Dance)
The Night is Coming On
Downtown at Dawn
Try This
Stray Cat Generation
Rip Off (Marc Bolan - saxophone by Jad Fair)

Enjoy,

8 comments:

  1. thanks, hey! classify this as forgot-all-about-this-record.

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  2. Brian,
    yes many have forgotten but few have disliked.

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  3. She wants to die. It a great song. Remind me Morrissey with balls. Great LP. I didn't know that you're Jodorwsky fan. I like him too. He has a lot of comics and books too.

    Cheers man Great to received comments from you. I'm glad you like Erlend Oye. Stunning creator

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  4. Awesome! I am a big Richard Hell and The Voidoids fan and have not listened to this before. DL'ing it now. I have added you guys to my Blog and if you would like to do the same that would be cool. Nathan????

    http://daysofouryouth.blogspot.com/

    Ken Helwig

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  5. I'm almost terrified that your reminder regards this fantastic LP blows me out of my current dub groove.

    I heard Dim stars first on John Peel and forgot about them for years. I've got a copy of this but I'm damned if I can recall which song it was which blew me away in the first place.

    It may have been a session recording, but I don't think so. Rarified and crushing.

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  7. I'm looking forward to getting more information about this topic, don't worry about negative opinions.

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  8. MEGA decryption code
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