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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Seriously catchy - among best albums of all time 5 Oct. 2011
By Real Raleigh Reviewer - Published on
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Visiting to dust off my review after a couple of years. I just found my way to Bag Raiders self-title album and it reminded me so much of the energy, vitality, and aural delights that I found on Reptilians years ago. That is the only comparable disco / electronic high-energy group that comes close to this album. Bag Raiders is far closer to Reptilians than the other Starf--er albums. There's something brilliant where they're listening, they're hearing something new, something cool, putting together something that has never been done before and will never be done again, and it's all happening here. This is still the superior album but Bag Raiders was a pleasant reminder, a tickler, that Reptilians was out there, just waiting to be cranked up on a dizzying-loud system and letting your brain sparkle (without drugs!). Listen on a good car stereo on your way in to work, or with a good pair of cans or buds, and just rock out. This is amazing stuff that MUST be loud. It'll get your pulse going, great exercise music. And realistically, it will stand as sort of a unique pinpoint of distinct and unique brilliance for a group I just don't see carrying that level of creativity into future albums - a pinnacle that is unmatched in anything I've heard so far.


Correction: I just successfully read/studied to it. Please disregard that part of my original review and do not let it discourage you from enjoying it for these and other similar purposes.


(Funny aside: I have to bleep the name of the band, or Amazon auto-rejects the review... even though it's right there on the product listing a few lines up! Ha!)

I just found my way to Starfkr- heard about them quite a bit, but never heard THEM. I picked this album as the place to dive in based on Amazon reviews. You have to listen through a couple of times to get your head wrapped around it, but once there, you can't get back out. I couldn't stop listening to it. This is high quality weird funky electronica. It starts with "Born", spunky, funky, washes you away with a whole wave of "wtf?" and "ahhhhh, cool!". It starts strong and stays strong. Get picked up with Born and twirl around with a kind of electronic hip-hop post-disco hurricane in Julius. The disco vibe gets strong with Bury us Alive, blended with a fine contemporary indie lyric. Mellow the disco funk into the halting, pleasing, cleverly choppy-fluid title track. This album is peppy, it pops. GREAT music for getting you going in the morning. Great for exercising. Great music to play in the car. Not great music to play for quiet concentration, like reading or studying - it GRABS your attention and doesn't let go. This is NOT background noise.

Now, having enjoyed this insane-yet-rational, tremendously clever production I was absolutely, involuntarily compelled to snap up (digital) copies of self-title and Jupiter, which are GOOD, worth having and enjoying, but found this latest effort also to be the best. There are a lot of common themes among them but for whatever reason, Reptilians seems like the most whole, most complete, most interesting, most engaging, well-constructed production. It really just hangs together the best. The point is, you can't go wrong here. I wouldn't even recommend listening to the previews... nothing but spoilers! Grab a copy, crank it up in the car or at home or on the MP3 player, make sure it's LOUD, and be prepared to be totally wowed!

Kudos to the good people of Starfkr. Keep it rolling!
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Electronic Gem 14 Jan. 2012
By D. A. Nelson - Published on
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I previewed this album after reading a random review about it. I'm a big fan of the growing electronic indie rock genre and bought this album based on that interest and the seemingly decent reviews I could find on it. This is my introduction to the band and I have to say that this album was the biggest surprise of the year for me. I absolutely love it; probably one of my top few favorites of 2011.

The album keeps your interest with a variety of synths layered on electronic bass and pleasant guitar riffs changing throughout each track. The lyrics meld perfectly with the layering as well - a not-too-annoying falsetto that is a nice twist. The album is high energy top to bottom and very diverse in its use of different electronic bass effects and synths that provide the listener with a great mood by the end of the record. Definitely can't wait for more from this Band.

Check it out if you like: Crystal Castles, Sleigh Bells, Hot Chip, Cut Copy

FYI If you write a review, refrain from using the Band's name in the review because your review will get rejected as 'obscene'. Ridiculous.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The contemplation of death and the acceptance of death is very highly generative of creative life 8 Jan. 2012
By topfiverecords - Published on
The most fun you will ever have dancing to an album about death, the meaning of existence, and our evil alien overlords. Better still, a STRFKR live show is unmatched in its energy and vibe. If you get a chance to see them, do not pass it up.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars (VINYL) Don't buy unless you can handle a wobbly pressing. 23 Jan. 2016
By Sam - Published on
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Alright, look. I love Starfucker. Great music, great band. I love vinyl. I don't usually give reviews. I bought this album totally pumped to listen to it and relax. What I got was the opposite. The album itself was not delivered warped: I've always worried that getting albums shipped might cause them to warp a little, but that's not the issue. The problem is one complete side (side B) sounds like someone turning a tone dial up and down continuously, and it only gets WORSE as the side goes on. I can't even listen to it without getting a headache, and I can see my needle sliding back and forth. I even returned it and got a new one, and it STILL sounded bad. I'm guessing that the pressing is just messed up. Until they have a new pressing, don't buy it.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars great album 14 April 2011
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STRFKR has made a great album here. Should be considered one of the best of the year in my opinion. It is groovy, rocking, atmospheric, and endlessly catchy. There are samples of a philosopher's lecture on death thrown in here and there, and they really help make the songs seem more immediate and meaningful. Give it a full listen and i'm sure you will be just as entertained as I was the first time I heard it.
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