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Available on 140 gram Opaque Pink Blue Vinyl. Includes a new original poem from Torquil Campbell, plus new words from Amy Millan. Also includes Origami Heart (with instructions) inside. There is a limited press of 750 worldwide.Stars' breakthrough sophomore album Heart was recorded in the bedroom of keyboard player Chris Seligman on Avenue Mont-Royal in Montreal and released in 2003. A description at the time pinned the band as more New Order and Saint Etienne than Smiths, and with male and female vocals, the band comes 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."
Available on 140 gram Opaque Pink Blue Vinyl. Includes a new original poem from Torquil Campbell, plus new words from Amy Millan. Also includes Origami Heart (with instructions) inside. There is a limited press of 750 worldwide.Stars' breakthrough sophomore album Heart was recorded in the bedroom of keyboard player Chris Seligman on Avenue Mont-Royal in Montreal and released in 2003. A description at the time pinned the band as more New Order and Saint Etienne than Smiths, and with male and female vocals, the band comes 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."
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Artist: Stars
Format: Vinyl
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Available on 140 gram Opaque Pink Blue Vinyl. Includes a new original poem from Torquil Campbell, plus new words from Amy Millan. Also includes Origami Heart (with instructions) inside. There is a limited press of 750 worldwide.Stars' breakthrough sophomore album Heart was recorded in the bedroom of keyboard player Chris Seligman on Avenue Mont-Royal in Montreal and released in 2003. A description at the time pinned the band as more New Order and Saint Etienne than Smiths, and with male and female vocals, the band comes 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."
        
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