Stars (Album Version) - Hum (2) - Stars (CD)

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  1. Addeddate External_metadata_update TZ Identifier Hum-StarsEP Scanner Internet Archive HTML5 Uploader
  2. The album version of “All the Stars” features slightly different lyrics than the version that was released as a single. This version correlates with the single that has been.
  3. You'd Prefer an Astronaut is the third studio album by the American alternative rock band Hum, released on April 11, by RCA Records as their major label debut. The title of the album is a lyric lifted from the song "I'd Like Your Hair Long". The album has sold over , copies since its release, mostly due to the second single from the album, "Stars".
  4. After initially disbanding in , Hum were mostly inactive (except for sporadic performances) until reuniting in for a series of short tours and, as of , a forthcoming album of new material. 2) Hum is a Russian underground artist Dmitry Chistov creating emotional dronescapes having a prolific output and quite active in the Russian.
  5. Stars Announce New Album, Share New Song “Real Thing”: Listen. by: Michelle Kim; August 24 Stars Share New Track "From The Night", Announce Tour. by: Molly Beauchemin; August 13
  6. The inevitable Stars discussion. The first Hum song I ever heard (via Sirius XM Lithium), and I assume most of y'all's first Hum song. From the explosive beginning, to that awesome bridge, to some of my favorite lyrics. This song is really great. Not my favorite on YPAA, but definitely ties the record together. She thinks she missed the train.
  7. Apr 11,  · “Stars” by Hum became the band’s hit single off the album, You’d Prefer an Astronaut, and was the reason for the album’s success, as it sold over , units upon its release.

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