Wish Upon a Blackstar

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Wish Upon a Blackstar
Studio album by Celldweller
Released June 12, 2012[1]
August 25, 2009 (Chapter 01)
December 8, 2009 (Chapter 02)
July 26, 2010 (Chapter 03)
June 27, 2011 (Chapter 04)
June 12, 2012[1](Chapter 05)
Recorded 2004[2][3]-April 2, 2012[4]
Genre Electronic rock, industrial metal, drum and bass, trance, electronica, alternative rock, electro house, dubstep, nu metal
Length 74:22 (Standard Edition)
148:29 (Deluxe Edition)
Label FiXT Music
Producer Klayton, Grant Mohrman
Celldweller chronology
Live Upon a Blackstar
(2012)
Wish Upon a Blackstar
(2009 - 2012)
Soundtrack for the Voices in My Head Vol. 02
(2010 - 2012)
Singles from Wish Upon a Blackstar
  1. "Unshakeable"
    Released: May 15, 2012
  2. "Louder Than Words[5][6]"
    Released: June 26, 2012
Alternative covers
Deluxe Edition cover

Wish Upon a Blackstar is the second vocal album (third overall) from American electronic rock project, Celldweller. While the album had been a work in progress since 2004,[2][3] finalized songs from the album were not released until mid-2009. The full album was released on June 12, 2012.[1] Grant Mohrman, producer of the debut Celldweller album, returned to co-produce the album with Klayton.

Production[edit]

Klayton began to work on the album in 2004,[2][3] originally slated for release in the summer of 2006, the album was delayed numerous times. In a late 2008 interview, he stated that:

"I would love to just tell everyone 'The album will be done by this date,' but I've learned my lesson on that one. It's hard to predict when it will actually wrap up. I can tell you that I am thinking about alternative methods of releasing this album altogether, but I won't say anything until I'm ready to commit... that always gets me in trouble."[7]

On March 9, 2009, Klayton announced that the album would be titled Wish Upon a Blackstar[8] and he revealed the tracklisting on April 20, 2009.[9]

In contrast to the debut Celldweller album, where Klayton always tracked the vocals last,[10] Wish Upon a Blackstar was produced vice versa:

"[...] the process for this album is totally different than any other I've done. So, that being said, I've recorded all the final vocals first. That has usually been the last step for me, but I wanted to put more of an emphasis on vocals on this album, so [co-producer] Grant Mohrman and I agreed that I would cut vocals first and build everything else around them."[7]

Klayton later announced that he chose to break up the album into five Chapters, instead of releasing a standard CD album after all production has wrapped:

"I fully embrace the idea of releasing one song at a time. Waiting years for a full album is cool and all, but times have changed. I can wrap a track in my studio and have it blaring out of your speakers literally the next day if so desired. I had some specific reasons I was planning on releasing [Wish Upon a Blackstar] as a full body of work, but I abandoned that a long time ago when I embraced just how much work I've created for myself with this album. I just don't totally feel right about releasing one song at a time for this album, but I have no intentions of waiting 'til I'm done with the whole thing either. So, I'm releasing the album in Chapters. [...] The fifth and final Chapter will be reserved for the CD, so both the artwork and the [...] remaining songs will be released for the first time on the physical CD".[11]

The first four Chapters were released as digital downloads only and they were available in two editions:

  • Standard Edition (includes the songs and a PDF booklet with lyrics, art and user submitted art)
  • Deluxe Edition (includes songs and their instrumental versions, PDF booklet and Beta Cessions demo clips of each song through various stages of production)

Originally, there were to be 10 songs on the album, but Klayton added 7 more songs to the final CD, namely "Gift for You", "The Seven Sisters", "Memories of a Girl I Haven't Met", "It Makes No Difference Who We Are", "The Arrival" and "The Departure" (Deluxe Edition only).

Artwork[edit]

Graphic artist Sam Hayles, who had previously designed the artwork of Soundtrack for the Voices in My Head Vol. 01, was hired again to create "original pieces of art that will be released with each Chapter. Then the art from Chapter 5 will tie together the other 4 images to create a grander single image."[11][12] The cover art of the Standard Edition was designed by Devin Taylor.[13] Also, Klayton asked Celldweller fans to suggest ASCII based emoticons to represent each song on the CD artwork.[14][15]

Themes[edit]

According to Klayton, Wish Upon a Blackstar is a concept album:

"It wasn't originally intended to be but over time it became one. There are very specific running themes throughout. The basic moral is 'be careful what you wish for.'"[16]

Music videos[edit]

Klayton stated that he has decided to produce a music video for "The Lucky One" and he has also considered letting his fans film his next live show for the video.[17] Music videos for "I Can't Wait"[18] and "Unshakeable"[19] were also completed, with the "Unshakable" one being released on December 6, 2013.[20]

Remixed Upon a Blackstar[edit]

In an interview, Klayton stated that he will be recruiting remixers to remix tracks from Wish Upon a Blackstar to make a separate remix album titled Remixed Upon a Blackstar.[21] So far, Klayton has confirmed that BT will be remixing the song "Louder Than Words", Toksin will be remixing "So Long Sentiment" and J. Scott G. and Joman will be remixing "The Best It's Gonna Get" with Imprintz & Kloe.[22] As of mid-2012, only Toksin's remix of "So Long Sentiment" was released, first on the deluxe edition of Chapter 02 of Wish Upon a Blackstar, then on The Complete Cellout Vol. 01.

Blackstar novel[edit]

For more details on this topic, see Blackstar (novel).

Release[edit]

Chapter 01[edit]

Wish Upon a Blackstar: Chapter 01
Studio album by Celldweller
Released 25 August 2009
Length 21:34
Label FiXT Music
Producer Klayton, Grant Mohrman

On April 20, 2009, Klayton revealed the tracklisting for Wish Upon a Blackstar on his official website.[23] On June 4, 2009, Klayton released the official lyrics to Chapter 01 ("Louder Than Words" & "So Long Sentiment") of Wish Upon a Blackstar along with a fifty second preview of "So Long Sentiment". On July 13, Klayton posted a video from his iPhone showing the synth bridge from an unreleased demo of "Louder Than Words". The synth shown did not make it to the final cut of the song. On August 4, Klayton officially announced that Chapter 01 of Wish Upon a Blackstar would go live on August 25, 2009. Klayton also announced that he would show a preview of "Louder Than Words" and the official cover for Wish Upon a Blackstar on August 10. Pre-orders of Chapter 01 began on August 20, 2009. Chapter 01 featuring "Louder Than Words" and "So Long Sentiment" was released on August 25, 2009.

Chapter 02[edit]

Wish Upon a Blackstar: Chapter 02
Studio album by Celldweller
Released 8 December 2009
Length 23:35
Label FiXT Music
Producer Klayton, Grant Mohrman

On November 10, Klayton announced that Chapter 02 would be released on December 8, 2009. On November 25, Klayton posted the cover art of Chapter 02 on his blog. The deadline for Chapter 02 fan art work was on December 4. Pre-orders of Chapter 02 began on December 1. Chapter 02 featuring "Eon" and "The Best It's Gonna Get" was released on December 8, 2009.[24]

Chapter 03[edit]

Wish Upon a Blackstar: Chapter 03
Studio album by Celldweller
Released 26 July 2010
Length 22:58
Label FiXT Music
Producer Klayton, Grant Mohrman

On May 24, 2010, Klayton released a sample take of "The Lucky One" on his website, allowing fans to submit their vocals as part of a contest to be featured on the album. The deadline for Chapter 03 fan artwork was on June 27. On June 28, 2010, Klayton announced the July 27 release date of Chapter 03 on his website. On July 16, Klayton posted the cover art of Chapter 03 on his blog and pre-orders of Chapter 03 began on the same day. On July 21, Klayton posted the preview of "Tainted" on FiXT Store. On July 25, the preview of "The Lucky One" was posted on FiXT Store. On July 26, Chapter 03 featuring "The Lucky One" and "Tainted" was released 2 hours early.

Chapter 04[edit]

Wish Upon a Blackstar: Chapter 04
Studio album by Celldweller
Released 27 June 2011
Length 22:42
Label FiXT Music
Producer Klayton, Grant Mohrman

On May 11, 2011, Klayton announced that Chapter 04 would be released on June 28, 2011. The art submission deadline was June 15, 2011. On May 31, a preview of the song "I Can't Wait" was posted via Celldweller's Facebook. On June 7 the preview of "Gift for You" was posted on Celldweller's Facebook. Pre-orders of Chapter 04 began on June 14.[25] On June 27, Klayton showed the full length versions of the songs on his Ustream profile at 8PM EST.[26] After the broadcast, Chapter 04 featuring "I Can't Wait" and "Gift for You" was released on FiXT Store, about 3 hours earlier than the originally announced release date.

Chapter 05[edit]

Klayton tweeted early 2011 that "2011 is the year of the Blackstar"[27] hinting that the rest of the album will be released by the end of the year. On July 17, Klayton posted the lyrics of "Memories of a Girl I Haven't Met" on his Facebook after reaching 85,000 likes on his profile.[28] On September 8, Klayton posted the lyrics of the intro song on his Facebook and said that he wants the fans to entitle the song.[29] The intro song was later announced to be titled as "It Makes No Difference Who We Are".[30]

On November 24, 2011, Klayton announced that he is going to release the full album on March 27, 2012.[10] However, on February 14, 2012, the album was delayed to May 22, 2012, due to a new deal with a distribution company which "needs the extra time to prepare the CD for release in stores".[31] The album will not only be available at FiXT Store, but at every major digital retailer and in North American retail stores as well. Wish Upon a Blackstar with 16 full tracks, will be available as a digital download, a standard CD, and a 1000-count Limited Edition CD run.

Pre-orders of Wish Upon a Blackstar were scheduled to go live on March 27, 2012, the same time when the Live Upon a Blackstar Blu-ray DVD was set to be released. However, the Live Upon a Blackstar Blu-ray DVD was delayed first to April 17, 2012, then to May 22, 2012.[31]

The release date of Wish Upon a Blackstar was moved again, to "a final release date in early June, 2012." This release date will not be changed, because it is "finally locked into place and not changing again".[32]

On April 2, 2012, Klayton posted a 20 second preview of "Blackstar", celebrating the completion of the album.[4]

On April 18, 2012, the final release date of Wish Upon a Blackstar was announced. The full album will be released on June 12, 2012 and the pre-orders would go live on May 4, 2012. The final album art and track list/sequence would be revealed when the pre-orders go live. There will also be a 2-CD Limited Edition version of Wish Upon a Blackstar, which features "the main album plus the instrumental version of the album". The radio edit version of "Unshakeable" was also announced which was released for free download on May 15, 2012.[1]

On April 30, 2012, Klayton announced that Wish Upon a Blackstar will be available as a "Deluxe Limited Edition" as well. It will feature a continuous mix and a "different sequence from main album release, with custom transitions & all."[33]

On May 3, 2012, pre-orders were delayed once again. It was stated that the "pre-orders will be launching 'soon'" and Klayton would show the final cover art of Wish Upon a Blackstar on the following day.[34] On May 4, 2012, Klayton posted the cover arts of the album. There are two different cover arts, one for the Standard Edition and one for the Deluxe Edition, the latter cover art completes the full five panel image.[35] The Deluxe Edition will be FiXT Store exclusive while the Standard Edition will be widely distributed in stores.[36]

On May 8, 2012, Klayton stated that the pre-orders of Wish Upon a Blackstar are set to go live on May 15, 2012.[37] On May 15, 2012, pre-orders went live along with audio previews of the whole album[38] and the radio edit version of "Unshakeable" which was posted for free download on Alternative Press.[39] On May 22, 2012, "Eon" was posted for free download on Revolvermag[40] and on May 31, 2012, the radio edit version of "I Can't Wait" was posted for free download on Noisecreep.[41]

On June 12, 2012, Wish Upon a Blackstar was released.[42] The album debuted at No. 7 on the iTunes US Electronic Album Chart[43] and on June 19, 2012, it reached No. 2 on the same chart.[44]

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[45]
Fearnet (positive)[46]
Melodic.net 4.5/5 stars[47]
Terrorizer 5/5 stars[48]

The album was met with positive reviews from most music critics. Miranda Yardley from Terrorizer stated that: "You cannot begin to accuse Celldweller of being a one-trick pony and on the other hand, each track is distinctly their work. Klayton is a true musical mastermind of the 21st Century."[48] Gregory Burkart from Fearnet praised the album, stating that "Wish Upon a Blackstar is an impressive example of Celldweller's evolutionary skills – adopting, adapting and rising above the genres that play a part in it."[46] Pär Winberg from Melodic.net praised the album as well: "new album is amazing and real damn good. It is more synth and electronica than the previous work, yet also more progressive. And raw. And melodic. And, incredibly well produced and well performed".[47] In a less positive review, Fred Thomas from Allmusic said that "While the heavy production sounds by turns crisp or brutalizing, even the most exciting moments can't save the album from its cheesy lyrics and played-out musical choices, which are as abundant as its moments of legitimate excitement.[45]

Track listing[edit]

The emoticons representing each song can be viewed here.

Standard Edition
No. Title Length
1. "The Arrival"   0:35
2. "Unshakeable"   5:14
3. "Blackstar"   4:10
4. "Eon"   6:36
5. "Louder Than Words"   4:38
6. "Memories of a Girl I Haven't Met"   1:05
7. "I Can't Wait"   5:24
8. "Gift for You"   5:56
9. "The Lucky One"   6:48
10. "The Seven Sisters"   3:45
11. "Birthright"   5:15
12. "It Makes No Difference Who We Are"   3:29
13. "The Best It's Gonna Get"   4:49
14. "So Long Sentiment"   6:07
15. "Tainted"   4:39
16. "Against the Tide"   5:53
Total length:
74:22

In addition to the track listing being different between both editions, the deluxe edition is a continuous mix with no pause between tracks.

Outtakes from the Wish Upon a Blackstar sessions[edit]

Between forty and fifty songs were demoed in the writing sessions for Wish Upon a Blackstar. Klayton explains:

"I approached the new Celldweller disc differently than any other album I've written. I just focused on writing songs I liked, and not so much on the ear candy and production as much – that would come later. So I ended up with almost twice as many songs that didn't make the new CD than ones that actually did make it."[7]

Klayton has stated that many of these songs that did not end up on the album proper will make up the bulk of a second official Beta Cessions collection:

"In fact The Beta Cessions II (when I ever get around to working on those tracks) will be primarily new material and not a bunch of remixes and alternative versions of songs from the sophomore Celldweller album".[7]

Based on the song titles mentioned in interviews and news postings, the following songs are known to be outtakes from Wish Upon a Blackstar:

No. Title Length
1. "Uncrowned"   4:26
2. "Shapeshifter" (feat. Styles of Beyond) 3:37
3. "Tragedy" (Bee Gees Cover) 3:48
4. "The Way She Wants to Die" (2005 Demo) 4:48
5. "Blood From the Stone" (2005 Demo) 3:01
6. "Waiting" (2005 Demo) 4:23
7. "IRIA" (2005 Demo) 4:22
8. "Molasis"   TBA
9. "Atmospheric Light" (2004 Demo) 3:14
10. "06-06-06" (2006 Demo) 2:59
11. "Waiting For So Long" (2006 Demo) 1:32
12. "Buzzsaw" (2006 Demo) 4:04

"Uncrowned" was written in 2000[49] and is actually an outtake from the debut Celldweller album that Klayton has claimed would appear on or with the second album. It was finally released with the re-issue of the debut Celldweller album on June 10, 2013.[50][51] Two singles released in anticipation of Wish Upon a Blackstar, "Shapeshifter" and "Tragedy", did not appear on the album[52] and also ended up on the Celldweller re-issue.

Groupees promotions[edit]

On May 4, 2011, Atmospheric Light was released on the Groupees Unreleased EP in a 72 hour exclusive sale on Groupees after reaching the goal of $6,000[53] and on October 26, 2011, Klayton released it as a free download for reaching 100,000 likes on his Facebook profile.[54]

On October 26, 2011, it was announced that a demo of "IRIA" would be released if the Groupees Halloween Trick or Treat charity event earned over $5000. If it earned more than $10,000, then an acoustic version of "It Makes No Difference Who We Are" would also be released.[55] In the end it reached the $5000 goal and "IRIA" was released on November 1, 2011.[56]

On October 26, 2012, an another Groupees campaign was launched.[57] On November 24, 2012, at the end of the campaign, donors unlocked a new 3-song Unreleased EP 2 with demo songs that were intended for Wish Upon a Blackstar. These songs were "Waiting (2005 Demo)", "Blood From the Stone (2005 Demo)" and "06-06-06 (2006 Demo)".[58]

Beta Cessions (Demos Vol 01.)[edit]

On December 23, 2011, the Beta Cessions (Demos Vol 01.) EP was released featuring "IRIA (2005 Demo)" and both the vocal and instrumental versions of "Atmospheric Light (2004 Demo)"[3]

The demo songs released during the Groupees promotions will be re-released on the second disc of the 2-CD Deluxe Edition of the Celldweller Debut Album 10th Anniversary Re-Issue.[49]

Personnel[edit]

Licensing[edit]

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