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Do You Trust Your Friends?


Download links and information about Do You Trust Your Friends? by Stars. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Electronica, Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 55:35 minutes.

Artist: Stars
Release date: 2007
Genre: Electronica, Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 14
Duration: 55:35
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No. Title Length
1. Your Ex-Lover Is Dead 4:50
2. Set Yourself on Fire 3:17
3. Ageless Beauty 4:04
4. Reunion 3:54
5. The Big Fight 4:49
6. What I'm Trying to Say, Pt. 1 3:03
7. What I'm Trying to Say, Pt. 2 2:58
8. One More Night 5:41
9. Sleep Tonight 4:21
10. The First Five Times 3:18
11. He Lied About Death 3:57
12. Celebration Guns 3:27
13. Soft Revolution 4:22
14. Calendar Girl 3:34



The concept behind the Stars album Do You Trust Your Friends? is a simple one: how trustworthy are your friends? If you gave them the chance to repaint your apartment, would they choose a standard shade of grey or a nauseating neon green? Stars turned over their album Set Yourself on Fire to their rock star buddies and studio-dwelling, knob-twiddler pals to see how they would remix their tracks. In this case, the risk pays off. Songs that were straightforward indie pop jingles are meticulously reworked into more atypical, wonderfully exciting compositions. Metric, Apostle of Hustle, and Junior Boys blow the original versions away with newfangled spins on the original takes. "One More Night" is re-created into a computerized flamenco number with splatters of Pinback and Wilco. "Sleep Tonight" is transformed into a keyboard heavy video game anthem reminiscent of the Knife's fabulous "Heartbeats." Of course, when you have 13 remixers working separately on a project that involved six musicians, the wide variety of personalities result in a drastic range of styles. This makes for a scattered listen that feels more like a mixtape than an actual album, but it's a fun one nonetheless. The liner notes include comments from all of the artists involved in the project to give insight on what inspired their manipulations — whether it be hopes of making the Stars sound gangsta, like Queen, or like they were riding in a spaghetti western.