Stars Of The Silverscreen
Drop Dead Alibi
9/15/2005 - Review by: Zerohour
STARS OF THE SILVERCREEN – DROP DEAD ALIBI – 2004 – DEMO
Stars Of The Silverscreen’s sound dates somewhere between the Seventies and the Eighties, and sometimes they give a quick look at modern heroes, like L.A. Guns. DAD and Dogs D’amour. The outstanding work of singer Lucky Velvet – perfect in the role of “The Rockstar”!- enriches these amusing songs, mostly up-tempo, whose choruses will easily get in the minds of each listener; there are good guitar solos (especially in Electric Movement”) and a good rhythm section, but drums and bass have, unfortunately, low volumes and this certainly damages the recording’s quality.
They also appeared (under the name of “The Cosmic Twins”) in a Ramones Tribute released by Shockrockrecords, which will hopefully release their debut album; time will tell, but I think this band will go far. I keep on waiting for their first full length album…and for their official web-site!
-- ZEROHOUR 05.07.05
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