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Album: Starfish
# Song Title   Time
1)    Destination More Info... 0:06
2)    Under the Milky Way More Info... 0:05
3)    Blood Money More Info... 0:04
4)    Lost More Info... 0:04
5)    North, South, East and West More Info... 0:05
6)    Spark More Info... 0:03
7)    Antenna More Info... 0:04
8)    Reptile More Info... 0:05
9)    A New Season More Info... 0:03
10)    Hotel Womb More Info... 0:05
 

Album: Starfish
# Song Title   Time
1)    Destination More Info... 0:06
2)    Under the Milky Way More Info... 0:05
3)    Blood Money More Info... 0:04
4)    Lost More Info... 0:04
5)    North, South, East and West More Info... 0:05
6)    Spark More Info... 0:03
7)    Antenna More Info... 0:04
8)    Reptile More Info... 0:05
9)    A New Season More Info... 0:03
10)    Hotel Womb More Info... 0:05
 
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  • In the wake of its 1986 album HEYDAY (arguably the finest album of the band's first phase of existence), '80s college rock fave the Church found itself in a position to capitalize on its success. Its follow-up album, STARFISH (1988), contains some of the band's biggest hits, including "Under the Milky Way," while in no way compromising the band's artistic stance--making it one of a notable group of albums that bridge the gap between critical acclaim and commercial success while making absolutely no discernable changes to the artist's sound.
  • Nearly every track is remarkable. The album opener, "Destination" features an epic psychedelic flavor, the spacious dual guitars of Peter Koppes and Marty Willson-Piper, and Steve Kilbey's arresting lyrical imagery ("In the space between our bodies / The air has grown small fingers"). The above-mentioned "Under the Milky Way" features a bagpipe during its rather spectacular instrumental break. Willson-Piper's "Spark" is an upbeat and strikingly lush pop song. "Reptile" features stunning reverb-drenching guitar work. The list goes on--this is a wonderful record by a band at the height of its powers.
Professional Reviews
CMJ (1/5/04, p.22) - Ranked #4 in CMJ's "Top 20 Most-Played Albums of 1988"
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