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by Starryville

Edgy and melodic alternative rock band with a contagious sound built from guitar grooves and catchy melodies.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Compromise (#20)
4:16 $0.99
2. A = B
4:41 $0.99
3. If You Say
3:55 $0.99
4. Strange
5:26 $0.99
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Album Notes
Hailing from Virginia and France, the band Starryville came together… to create the type of music everyone needs…pure rock and roll…collectively influenced by retro, modern and alternative rock sounds… Do not look for us in one tiny box, category or stereotype. We continue to challenge ourselves to write thoughtful and accessible songs, packed with contagious melodies and catchy grooves... and on stage, with professional, tight and energetic live performances.

Starryville evokes a theme, a color and a flavor that is unique, combining melodic and thick guitars with simple rhythms, textural keyboards and driving bass lines. Combined, creating a sound that is different enough, but still able to attract music fans across many genres. Our songs can morph from pulse quickening electric, to quiet acoustic, bouncing into many genres along the way from modern/indie rock to… alt. country and beyond.

2009 marks another evolutionary year for the band with a new CD “Humors of the Blood and Skin” expected this spring.



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A Nani Muss

Starryville continues to evolve.
Lots of good moments. Overall, a sweet production and a very listenable disc.

loved: lyrics are intriguing - definitely one of the high points. the 80s flashback action - put a smile on my face and felt good motorin' down the highway. Bass rocks -wish there was more.

didn't: tempo on a few of the tracks messed with me - dragged a bit and inhibited my groove. oh - and while i love an 80's throwback sound just as much as the next guy -the keyboard was killing me! fab rif on a=b but the sample selection was unfortunate.