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34 of 34 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Buy it!
The first time one sees Har Mar Superstar saunter onstage, the Ron Jeremy similarities become strikingly clear. Both are chubby, balding, and unlikely celebrities. But both are also very skilled at what they do....no one but silky-voiced Har Mar has both men and women eating out of his hands while wearing nothing but a tight pair of dark briefs.
While it's tempting...
Published on 8 Feb 2003

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3.0 out of 5 stars Lordy! It's Mr Peaches.
It can't have looked good on paper. "Mr. Harold Tillman requests the pleasure of your company this Saturday night for a live performance of his new album. Watch as he gyrates and thrusts! Marvel at his purple y-fronts! Thrall to his sweaty libido! Dont get too close! " Har Mar Superstar has landed, and he wants your sex. Never mind that he's a slightly overweight Ron...
Published on 26 Sep 2003 by toiletgel


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34 of 34 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Buy it!, 8 Feb 2003
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This review is from: You Can Feel Me (Audio CD)
The first time one sees Har Mar Superstar saunter onstage, the Ron Jeremy similarities become strikingly clear. Both are chubby, balding, and unlikely celebrities. But both are also very skilled at what they do....no one but silky-voiced Har Mar has both men and women eating out of his hands while wearing nothing but a tight pair of dark briefs.
While it's tempting to write Har Mar off as a clever novelty, it's also erroneous. The beats are real, and his pipes are spectacular! Try not to dance as he contemplates making out with "the sweet little girl next door" on "We Could Be Heavy." His voice swoops and soars like a lothario in heat. While many lyrics on the album are drop-dead bizarre and funny -- like rhyming "chorizo" and "Mother Theresa" -- the performer's emotional earnestness often takes the material to another level.
The Gossip's Beth Ditto lends her soulful gospel wail to the sexy, minimalistic "Power Lunch," a song that sounds like it could have been on Prince's "Dirty Mind" album. "Elephant Walk," a funky electroclash collaboration with The Faint is both funny and infectious. Other roof-raisers include the piano-based party anthem "EZ Pass," "Freedom Summer," and "No Chorus," an R. Kelly-like sing-rap that tells a quick tale involving pot, traffic violations, a sexy lady cop, and masturbation.
Buy the album and see why notable bands like The Strokes, The Faint, Tenacious D, The Hives, and Incubus have taken Har Mar on the road with them.
After appearing in numerous national magazines and serving as Ms. Kelly Osbourne's date to MTV's 2002 Video Music Awards, Har Mar's star keeps rising, and I'm already eagerly looking forward to his next offering!
One part Stevie Wonder and one part Andy Kaufman, Har Mar Superstar is an American original.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome, 13 Aug 2004
This review is from: You Can Feel Me (Audio CD)
This is an under rated album. Har Mar Superstar is a great singer he has a silky smooth sound comes across on all the songs on this album. The album is only 30 minutes long but it will be the best 30 minutes of music you will here. Har Mar has a great range of sounds, Soul, Dance, Elecktro Dance, Jazz, and R & B. Buy this album and you will not be disapointed.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Har Mar rocks, 4 Feb 2005
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This review is from: You Can Feel Me (Audio CD)
I lurveee this cd. Very funky. Had to buy it after seeing him in concert. Very witty and funky. Great performer and great on cd. I never get bored of it. Har Mar you Rock!
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3 of 8 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Lordy! It's Mr Peaches., 26 Sep 2003
This review is from: You Can Feel Me (Audio CD)
It can't have looked good on paper. "Mr. Harold Tillman requests the pleasure of your company this Saturday night for a live performance of his new album. Watch as he gyrates and thrusts! Marvel at his purple y-fronts! Thrall to his sweaty libido! Dont get too close! " Har Mar Superstar has landed, and he wants your sex. Never mind that he's a slightly overweight Ron Jeremy a-like with less natural sexual charisma than a bucket of dead mice-it's all about confidence and bravura. With his funky Prince-esque cuts and enough enthusiasm to reduce even the most staunchly serious jock to a grinning imbecile, Har Mar is going to beat you into submission- the only thing you need to be worried about is what weapon he uses. How long this particular joke will stay funny for is anyones guess, longevity will probably evade Har Mar, but when it's this much fun it really doesn't matter. It's a record that will soon be forgotten and The Superstar wull probably limp back to Ibiza with his tail between his legs (though rumour has it he can walk on it ) but who cares, it's a harmless, pointless record, perfect for either boring parties or drunken comedy stripteases.
NB: Har Mar Superstar accepts no liablity to injuries sustained to nipples whilst consuming this record.
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