The Stars Are Out

The Stars Are Out

by Sarah Borges & The Broken Singles

Vinyl LP(Long Playing Record)

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Product Details

Release Date: 03/24/2009
Label: Sugarhill
UPC: 0015891404615
catalogNumber: 14046
Rank: 119092

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Sarah Borges & The Broken Singles   Primary Artist
Paul Q. Kolderie   Acoustic Guitar,Percussion,Electric Guitar,Tambourine,Hand Clapping,Mini Moog
Dennis Brennan   Harmonica,Background Vocals
Adam Taylor   Percussion,Loops,Vocoder,Mini Moog
Ian Kennedy   Violin,Background Vocals
Binky   Vocals,Hand Clapping
Tony Goddess   Organ
Jabe "Charlie The Bubble Palantino" Beyer   Electric Guitar,Hammond Organ,Vocals,Mellotron,farfisa organ,Hammond B3
Sarah Borges   Acoustic Guitar,Percussion,Electric Guitar,Vocals,Hand Clapping
Alex Hartman   Percussion
John Powhida   Background Vocals
Jake Brennan   Background Vocals
Lyle Brewer   Electric Guitar,Guitar (Baritone)
Rob Dulaney   Drums,Hand Clapping

Technical Credits

Anderson   Composer
Clive Gregson   Composer
Smokey Robinson   Composer
Evan Dando   Composer
Paul Q. Kolderie   Producer,Audio Production
Adam Taylor   Engineer,beats
Stephin Merritt   Composer
Sarah Borges   Composer,Paintings
Sarah Borges & The Broken Singles   Composer

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The Stars Are Out 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Danno-Ray More than 1 year ago
Sarah Borges & Broken Singles have just shown that you CAN combine punk and country, and offer a variety that is immediately listenable and memorable. If you play this to ten different people starting with ten different cuts from the cd, each of them might have a different opinion of the band. While Borges' voice and strong guitar come through on each song, the band pulls off a range of styles and moods, rolling easily from the roadhouse-rowdy I'll Show You How to the radio ready Me And Your Ghost. If a single is released, the latter should be the first one from this disc. While no-brainer comparisons to Joan Jett and Sheryl Crow can easily be made, this is still an enjoyable collection. A couple of surprise covers will make you smile and maybe even sing along. The chord progression on Yesterday's Love made me feel like I was hearing Beatles on Starbucks. Somewhere, Sarah Borges finds that place in your head that is at once familiar but fresh.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago