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Stars Go Dim
Stars Go Dim EP

Street Date: 2008
Style: Pop / Rock / Soul
Artist Website: Mypace.com


Stars Go Dim's self-titled EP focuses mainly on easy listening pop, occasionally borrowing a bit of jazz and R&B. The music itself is pleasant, as are the vocals, but it's far from original. Listening to the EP, I can't help drawing parallels to many of the groups one might hear on various mainstream radio stations; quite simply, they fit inside a genre that's been done and overdone many times before. Nevertheless, they don't do too badly with it, and the possibility for musical growth and individuality is there for later releases. Overall though, I found the Stars Go Dim EP to be rather bland and uninteresting, and in a way, repetitive. Not especially unique.

- Review date: 11/13/08, written by Adam Dawson of Jesusfreakhideout.com

 

 

 

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