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Rock Star God by The Makers

Album

Rock Star God

The Makers

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Album

Rock Star God

The Makers

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Label: Sub Pop Records
Rock Star God finds Seattle's garage rockers leaving behind approximations of the Gravedigger V and Morlocks' family tree to throw down a concept album that strikes a heavy vein in the glammy caverns of the velvet goldmine. The end result puts this band at the forefront of the glam revival whether they like it or not. "Too Many F*ckers on the Streets" shakes an ornery pot-calling-the-kettle-black finger at the hipsters/scenesters that the members of the Makers have ironically become.

About This Album

Rock Star God finds Seattle's garage rockers leaving behind approximations of the Gravedigger V and Morlocks' family tree to throw down a concept album that strikes a heavy vein in the glammy caverns of the velvet goldmine. The end result puts this band at the forefront of the glam revival whether they like it or not. "Too Many F*ckers on the Streets" shakes an ornery pot-calling-the-kettle-black finger at the hipsters/scenesters that the members of the Makers have ironically become.

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About This Album

Rock Star God finds Seattle's garage rockers leaving behind approximations of the Gravedigger V and Morlocks' family tree to throw down a concept album that strikes a heavy vein in the glammy caverns of the velvet goldmine. The end result puts this band at the forefront of the glam revival whether they like it or not. "Too Many F*ckers on the Streets" shakes an ornery pot-calling-the-kettle-black finger at the hipsters/scenesters that the members of the Makers have ironically become.