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Synth-pop, Experimental
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  • Título:
    Stars Forever
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  • Estilo:
    Synth-pop, Experimental
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  • Tamaño Versión FLAC
    1543 mb
  • Tamaño Versión MP3
    2400 mb
  • Tamaño Versión WMA
    1953 mb
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  • Votos:
  • Registro de:
    2 × CD

Lista de canciones

1Mika Akutsu3:05
2Nicky My Friend
Featuring – Diego Zapparoli and Paula
3Kokoro Hirai3:08
43D Corporation2:43
5Miles Franklin3:40
6Keigo Oyamada3:07
7Minus 53:37
8Florence Manlik2:17
9Paolo Rumi4:24
11Coming On An Intern's Dress
Featuring – Mr. Kate Jenkins
12Indiepop List5:20
13Mr Jones
Featuring – Jack Curtis Dubowsky
14Not Intended For Children
Featuring – Bill Hardy
15Akiko Masuda2:47
16Karin Komoto3:00
17Robert Dye3:17
18Onan The Barbarian
Featuring – Richard Knowles
19Brent Busboom3:19
21Girlie Action2:14
22Steven Zeeland3:33
23Adam Green3:33
24Jeff Koons3:43
25Stefano Zarelli2:51
26Milton Jacobson3:06
27Shawn Krueger3:41
28Team Clermont3:24
29Suggestion To Jealous Men
Featuring – Olivier Schopfer
30Natsuko Tayama2:26
31Noah Brill2:55
32Mai Noda3:07
33Other Music2:08
34The Taste Of Pink Champagne
Featuring – El Topo
35Stephanie Pappas3:43
36Minty Fresh1:54
37New Flame, Same Old Story
Featuring – Christian Carl
38Reckless Records2:10


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ANALOG 002CDMomus Stars Forever ‎(2xCD, Comp)Analog BaroqueANALOG 002CDUK1999
BUNG 063.2, bung 063.2Momus Stars Forever ‎(2xCD)Bungalow, BungalowBUNG 063.2, bung 063.2Germany1999
HRH010Momus Stars Forever ‎(2xCD)Le Grand MagisteryHRH010US1999
61665-60010-2, HRH010Momus Stars Forever ‎(2xCD, Ltd)Le Grand Magistery, Le Grand Magistery61665-60010-2, HRH010US1999
BUNG pr 063Momus Stars Forever (Thirty People Will Live Forever) ‎(CD, Promo)BungalowBUNG pr 063Germany1999


  • Composed By, Music By, Instruments, Engineer, Mastered ByMomus
  • Illustration [Drawings]Ramsey Williamson
  • SleeveMomus


CD1 (all tracks) and CD2 (tracks 1-11) are comissioned song "portraits", written at a cost of $1000 each, to pay a $30,000 legal bill.

CD2 (tracks 12-19) are the winners of the karaoke parody contest from The Little Red Songbook.

Unlike Stars Forever, this version does not contain the interview.

On both discs, the wrong label code 'LC 02061' is printed (belongs to KPM Music), while the back cover lists the correct code 'LC 02801' for Bungalow.

On back cover:
"On January 1st 1999 Momus announced that he would make pop song portraits of thirty people..."

Published by Complete Music (disc 1, 2-1 to 2-11), Karaoke Parody Songs (2-12 to 2-19) Copyright Control
(c) 1999 bungalow, licensed from (p) 1999 analog baroque

Made in Germany

Códigos de barras

  • Barcode (As printed): 7 18756 15632 1
  • Label Code (On back cover): LC 02801
  • Label Code (On discs): LC 02061
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): DOCdata Germany ELDORADO BUNG 063-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): DOCdata Germany ELDORADO BUNG 063-2
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 1 & 2): IFPI L357
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI 5228
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI 5230


  • Published By – Complete Music
  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Manufactured By – Eldorado Media
  • Pressed By – DOCdata Germany
  • Distributed By – EFA – 61563.2
  • Licensed From – Analog Baroque
  • Licensed To – Bungalow
  • Copyright (c) – Bungalow
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Analog Baroque


Stars Forever is the thirteenth studio album by Scottish musician Momus, released by Le Grand Magistery in 1999. The album has been described as part of Momus's analog-baroque phase. Momus wrote thirty songs for Stars Forever, one about every person or group who commissioned a song at the price of 1,000. The funds raised went towards the costs incurred from a lawsuit against Momus by Wendy Carlos. Patrons include fellow musicians The Minus 5 and Keigo Oyamada, artist Jeff Koons, retail store. Album 1999 39 Songs. Stars Forever. Befitting Momus' standing as contemporary pop's most eminent provocateur, Stars Forever is both - a double-disc collection of analog-baroque cameos commissioned for 1000 each in the name of saving the singer's label from the ravages of legal fees, it's a frequently brilliant treatise on the never-ending battle between art and commerce, rising to the heights of. Listen free to Momus Stars Forever The Minus 5, Akiko Masuda and more. 39 tracks 129:09. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1999 CD от Stars Forever на story behind Stars Forever is that Momus found himself in a costly legal situation thanks to a song off his last record. Said song retold the tale of transsexual synth-composer Wendy formerly Walter Carlos. Momus found himself in a small financial hole. Light bulbs went off above his eyepatch-wearing head: if you had about 1000 sitting around, Momus would pen a witty ditty just for you, your company, or your hipster collective. It sounds like a great idea. Unfortunately, it doesn't sound like a great album. A cloud of irrelevance and judicial waste hovers over the entire two-disc p. On tour in support of Forever, 1999. Stars Forever, 1999. Jeff Koons, 04:45. Team Clermont, 02:00. Stars Forever is ranked 62,349th in the overall chart, 10,738th in the 1990s, and 1,312th in the year 1999