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Star Fucking Hipsters

Until We're Dead

(Leftover Crack, Slackers, World Inferno Friendship Society, Randalls, Degenerics)

Fat Wreck Chords 732

Released on September 30, 2008


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Straight out of the squats of NYC, STAR FUCKING HIPSTERS are a veritable who’s who of the punk/ska/crust scene. Originally the brainchild of Leftover Crack vocalist Sturgeon and drummer Brandon Chevalier-Kolling, STAR FUCKING HIPSTERS was temporarily derailed by Brandon’s tragic and untimely death. Eventually, after reuniting with original LOC drummer Ara Babajian (The Slackers) and friend Frank Piegaro (The Degenerics), STAR FUCKING HIPSTERS was off and running. The further addition of female vocalist Nico de Gaillo (Another Dying Democracy, The Randalls, Casa De Chihuahua) and bassist Yula Beeri (World Inferno Friendship Society) culminated in the frantic and explosive sound that defines their debut full-length, Until We’re Dead.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 12 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Introducción a los Hipsters  1%
2 Until We're Dead Voted #3  13%
3 Immigrants & Hypocrites Voted #2  14%
4 Two Cups Of Tea  10%
5 Empty Lives  8%
6 Snitch To The Suture  8%
7 Only Sleep  4%
8 9/11 Was (An Inside Joke)  10%
9 The Path Is Paved  2%
10 Zombie Christ Voted #1  14%
11 This Wal-Mart Life  7%
12 Broken  1%
13 Death Or Fight  7%
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Alex from London, ON Canada 
May 15 2013 Rating: 4/5 Stars

What a band, what a great album. This record will knock your socks off, the sheer range of the album, is something in itself, from ' Two Cups of Tea', then 'snitch To The Suture" to the creepy,ominous tones of Death or Fight' instant classic!

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Travis from Naperville, IL 
Mar 15 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great CD! It's good Crack Rock Steady. It's got more of a pop feel than STZA's other projects like Leftover Crack and Choking Victim but in no way is that bad. And when I say pop I'm not talking pop pop but that's the best way to explain how it is different from his other stuff. In other words it's not AS crust sounding. Like I said it is a good thing here and it really fits. Good CD all the way through.

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Michael from Houston, TX 
Dec 8 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd is really good. Last year a teacher at my school let me borrow his copy of this album and i put it on my ipod, and after hearing "911 was an inside joke" i immediately wanted to hear more. It took me awhile but i finally bought this.

Definitely worth $8. Not a single filler on this cd. If you like the crack rock steady sound you'll like this.

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Glen from Columbia, MO 
Jul 21 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this cd has some good tunes on it ska punk of course, its along the lines of leftover crack, the infested and morning glory,

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Anthony from Barstow, CA 
May 7 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I can't believe I waited so long to buy this CD. A veritable who's who of punk rock misfits and cranky conspiracy theorists? What's not to love. Until We're Dead is the logical musical progression from Choking Victim And Leftover Crack... But it's so much more. And it's so much better.

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Austin from Cantonment, FL 
Apr 21 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This might not be what you want to pick up if you're looking specifically for some Leftover Crack. It's a good album, but it isn't what you think it will be. With the exception of "The Path is Paved" (a weak track that throws the album off balance a bit), this is more ska/indie oriented than one would think of Stza Crack (known here as Sturg Fucking Hipster). The album really shines when the female vocalist Nic De Gaillo gets a chance to show her stuff. Songs like "Until We're Dead" and "Empty Lives" are still really good, but Stza's voice seems a little out of base with the slower music (he really shines in "Until We're Dead" and "Snitch to The Suture"), which is incredibly well played. I would recommend this to anyone who likes that crack rock steady sound, but beware that this isn't going to get your head bangin' so much as your hips swayin'.

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Mark from Metairie, LA 
Nov 17 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD is really good. The lyrics are pretty deep, the music is interesting, heartfelt and catchy.

It is in some aspects kind of like any other Choking Victim, LoC, etc etc etc side project. But it's definitely worth it.

The album actually has a bit more of an indie rock feel to it but it's never too mellow or anything. There's actually a chick singer and bassist, and normally chick singers don't sound good with punk music to me, but this is done well. There's still a lot of ska, punk and metal to go around so don't get worried that anyone has sold out.

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Justin from Los Angeles, CA 
Nov 8 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

What can i say about this record?well if you are a choking victim or loc fan then this is for you.Nothing new but it's still good.Pick It Up and support this band.Dont expect something amazing though.

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Jeff from Mankato, MN 
Oct 7 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I would have to say this is the most kick ass band ive listened to. I have been waiting for this since i heard Look whos talking which ended up becoming a leftover crack song. Its a great collaboration of artists. If you are a fan of leftover crack or slackers or any of those great bands you definetly have to get this cd.

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Paul from Bethany, OK 
Oct 7 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

One of the greatest albums ever made. This is an amazing collaboration of musical talent and ideas. It is thoroughly impressive from song to song and Sturg (along with Nico) has once again come through with a lyrical masterpiece. I would recommend this album to anyone, and I look forward for more to come from the Hipsters.

 
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