The Illuminati | Stars Align

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Stars Align

by The Illuminati

Electrifying and captivating. This indie act one of the few in the modern age that can legitimately claim a sound all their own! "Like nothing and everything you've ever heard."
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. Every Body Luvs U
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2. Dying Young
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3:49 $0.99
3. Near Babylon
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4. Round, Square, Blue
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5. Whole Wide World
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6. Far Removed
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7. Floozy
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8. Masters of War (Part 2)
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9. Holiday II
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10. (I'm An) American
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11. Carfax Abbey
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12. Dark Salsa
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Recorded at three locations between 2002 and 2010, this compilation runs the usual gamut of Illuminati signatures. Leading off with the anthemic sarcasm of "Every Body Luvs U" the album immediately develops its own character. The post-punk stylings of "Dying Young" and a blistering rendition of "Whole Wide World" serve as standard fare for the band. Poppy numbers such as "Holiday" and "Round, Square, Blue" would make themselves at home on soft-rock airwaves while the brooding guitars and tortured vocals of like "Masters of War" and "Dark Salsa" could scare young children and the elderly. Other note-worthy tracks include the jazzy fusion of "Far Removed" and the guitar rocker, "Floozy." William LaCour's stand-in vocals on the mod rock track, "Near Babylon" capitulate the band's penchant for the timeless.


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