||Ginmill Perfume CD (2001) |
Max Decharne discography Ginmill Perfume most likely won't make the Flaming Stars a household name in the United States, but like with most catchy garage rock albums, you wouldn't know it by the sound of this Alternative Tentacles ...
||Sunset & Void CD (2002) |
Max Decharne albums Here's a talented and not very well-known band with an impressive fifth studio album that's worth looking out for. Singer/pianist Max Decharne has a cool, Lou Reed-like voice that propels his smooth, hip, spaghetti western-sounding ...
||Groove/Crown of Thorns CDs (2002) |
Max Decharne songs Though Nikki Sudden's liner notes claim that "half of the rhythm section lost all of their enthusiasm" during the making of Groove, that laziness is nowhere evident in the final product. A big, swaggering, barnburner ...
||From The Heart Of Town CD (2007) |
Max Decharne music CDs 2007 digitally remastered and expanded reissue of this album from the brooding UK rockers features new updated artwork and four bonus live tracks (one of them previously unreleased). From The Heart Of Town received rave ...
||Named and Shamed CD (2004) |
Max Decharne CD discography A decade after they first fell from the sky, the U.K. quintet the Flaming Stars continue to shine and stun on their seventh studio disc, Named and Shamed. Sounding like Lloyd Cole fronting the Bad ...
||Walk on the Wired Side CD (2001) |
Max Decharne albums For those who find words like "maturity" and "sophistication" to be despicable anathemas, fear not -- the beloved Flaming Stars are still every bit the trashy sleaze & roll band that they ever were. But ...
||Sell Your Soul To The Flaming Stars CD (1999) |
Max Decharne discography Photographers: Huck Whitney; Mike Winter; Sam Barker; Joe Whitney; Max Decharne.
Unknown Contributor Role: Liam Watson.
Personnel: Max Decharne (vocals, organ, marimba, castanets, maracas, tambourine, hand claps); Huck Whitney (guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, hand claps); Mark ...
||Bring Me the Rest of Alfredo Garcia (Singles 1995-1996 CD
Max Decharne CD discography Recording information: Toe Rag Studios, London, England (01/1995-09/1996).
Personnel: Max Decharne (vocals, piano, organ, drums, maracas, percussion); Johnny Lee "Jaimoe" Johnson (guitar, harmonica); Huck Whitney, Mark Hosking (guitar); Joe Whitney (drums).
||Pathway CD (1999) |
Max Decharne music CDs By 1999, the Flaming Stars had been dishing out gritty, rough, and romantic tunes for a good five years; they weren't about to change a winning formula. Pathway offers everything a fan could hope for: ...
||You, the Night...and the Music CD (1992) |
Max Decharne songs One of the more criminally overlooked British bands of the '90s finally gets the expanded re-master/reissue treatment here. Gallon Drunk were a direct descendent of James Chance and the downtown No Wave scene--a dance band ...
||Six John Peel Sessions CDs (2000) |
Max Decharne CD discography A tough-as-nails testament to the talent and panache of the Flaming Stars. These five stylish, smart, and suavely decadent Brits plow through their tunes with the same confidence they bring to every album and stage ...
||Basement Bar At The Heartbreak Hotel CD (1999) |
The six-piece Earls appear on the front dressed in moody finery: the lighting is low and red, there's more than one bit of Elvis memorabilia. The back shows a picture of Vegas in full neon ...
||Born Under a Bad Neon Sign CD (2006) |
The Flaming Stars' seventh full-length album finds Max Decharne and his partners in crime still walking the dark alleys of the film noir city they've created in song, and it remains a gloriously dingy place to visit. Suggesting Tindersticks fused with the muscle and attitude of the Bad ...
||Clawfist: The Peel Sessions CD (1992) |
Recording information: 07/14/1991-07/14/1991.
Personnel: James Johnston (vocals, guitar, organ); Simon Breed (vocals, guitar); Andrew Park, Max Decharne, Steve Hewitt (drums); Joe Byfield (maracas).