The Starlight Mints face an endless stream of comparison to fellow Oklahoman freaks of nature The Flaming Lips. When it comes to hallucinatory pop complete with sweeping string arrangements, poignantly strangled vocals, and lyrical references to giant centipede attacks, the comparisons pretty much come with the territory. The Dream That Stuff Was Made Of, embraces everything from rapturously Bowie-esque melodrama to odd Middle Eastern textures to pure noise cacophony. This See Thru Broadcasting release comes with a bonus disc with 2 audio tracks - 'Popsickle' & 'Pusher Girls' and the video for 'Popsickle'.
I picked up this CD on a random Amazon recommendation, and it quickly grew to be my favorite CD. Every time I take it out of my CD player, it finds its way back in. These guys sound so great, every song on here is a winner. In particular, I enjoyed Sir Prize, Crackerjack and Margarita.
The Starlight Mints may take some getting used to, after all, not every rock band has a violin in it, or deliberately plays discordant melodies, but I believe they are worth it.
正如以上所说的.Starlight Mints确实是一个有趣的乐队,奇怪的曲调,不着边际的歌词.歌曲中也用到了许多乐器,,这张专辑的开头是一段短暂的小提琴以及其他乐器的演奏,这就是Submarine #3 ,,听了之后不一定会喜欢上,但会有在听一遍的感觉