Song Exploder No. 23: Stars

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Song Exploder

Stars is a band from Toronto, who have been making music together since 2000. Their seventh album was released in October 2014. For this episode, I spoke to several members of the band: singer Amy Millan over the phone, and to Evan and Patty in their studio in Toronto along with their co-producer Liam O’Neil. Coming up, they’ll talk about the inspiration for the phrase “No One Is Lost" which is the title of this song as well as the album. And you’ll hear the original version of the chorus: one that they wrote, recorded, mixed, and finished but then, ended up changing completely.

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footnotes
James Shaw of the band Metric remixed the chorus.

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Original Mix?

I like the way the song turned out, but I also really like the original chorus for this song. Is there a mix anywhere with the original chorus mixed in?

Original Mix?

I like the way the song turned out, but I also really like the original chorus for this song. Is there a mix anywhere with the original chorus mixed in?