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…And Star Power

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Star Power Airlines
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How Can You Really
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Coulda Been My Love
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Cosmic Vibrations
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You & I
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Star Power I: Overture
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Star Power II: Star Power Nite
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Star Power III: What Are We Good For
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Star Power IV: Ooh Ooh
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I Don't Have Anything/The Gate
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Mattress Warehouse
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666
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Flowers
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Wally's Farm
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Cannibal Holocaust
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Hot Summer
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Cold Winter/Freedom
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Can't Contextualize My Mind
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Brooklyn Police Station
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The Game
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Freedom II
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Talk
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Everyone Needs Love
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Hang
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 24   Total Length: 81:35

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10.14.14
Foxygen, ...And Star Power
2014 | Label: Jagjaguwar / SC Distribution

The poor, innocent members of the psychedelic Californian band Foxygen surely must have spent their youth absorbing the Great Boomer Lie: that the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin and the Doors were not only bands but magical entities, unique icons that changed the face of history forever. Foxygen draw specific sounds from these bands, but more than that they draw from the scripts of late night Time Liferead more »

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Pretty great

JBB

Pretty great. These guys are sort the Bongwater of the 21st century. (Bongwater were sort of the Mothers of Invention of the 80's -90's.) They are in similar territory to Ty Segall and White Fence - which makes sense since White Fence plays on this.

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...And Star Power

MKS

The review for this album on this site is ridiculous. The reviewer completely invalidates his opinion in his very first sentence by attempting to assert that The Beatles, Rolling Stones, and Led Zepplin were not hugely influential and important bands. I really don't understand his perspective as he comes across as bitter and determined to throw shade on bands that were obviously loved and hugely influential. So what if Foxygen reference some of the most important bands of the 20th century ? Everything in the modern popular canon is hugely indebted to those sounds (although those bands were obviously influenced by artists that preceded them, but that's kinda how music works). Along with Sabbath, Zeppelin pretty much laid the foundation for metal. Also, anyone who shits on the Beatles is an idiot in my book. You don't have to love them, but to deny their talent and influence is ridiculous. Fuck this guy. Long story short, the album is pretty good.

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Star Power IV: Ooh Ooh

Funkfarron

I just like it.

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Foxygen

DG17

I'm sure the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin and the Doors all got great reviews about their first few albums from washed up musicians posing as professional music reviewers right???

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Review of the review

DC10

Um, The Beatles, The Stones and Zeppelin were pretty damn great (The Doors less so).

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Skip this onne

SquidGal

Skip this one and try Fly Golden Eagle's double disc out this week "Quartz."

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...And Star Power

indie-jay

Have this on cassette for a couple of weeks from Cassette Store Day and it really is a great album. Worth getting again on another...more convenient format.

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Foxygen Dispel the Drama and Embrace Sincerity

By John Norris, Contributor

There were times in 2013 when Foxygen, seemed in danger of becoming a story that ended too soon. Sam France and Jonathan Rado's exceptional debut, We Are the 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace & Magic, was a crazy quilt mash-up of classic pop and rock sounds that recalled fellow Angeleno Ariel Pink in both its magpie approach, subversive streak and frontman France's camera-mugging panache. Boy, was it thrilling. But boy, was there controversy. Some of it… more »