Make a Star

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Make a Star
Make a Star.jpg
EP by
ReleasedAugust 4, 2006
Subsound Studio,
Rome, Italy

Studio Jäger/Overall Studio,
Vienna, Austria
GenreIndustrial metal
Electronic rock
LabelTrisol Music Group
ProducerMarkus Jäger
Bernd Mazzagg
Thomas Rainer
Dope Stars Inc. chronology
Make a Star
Singles from Make a Star
  1. "Make a Star (Saw Edit)"
    Released: October 25, 2005

Make a Star is the second EP album by Italian industrial rock band Dope Stars Inc. It was released on August 4, 2006. Following suit of their previous albums, the EP was released under the Trisol Music Group label as well as being distributed by Metropolis Records in North America and Canada, with other labels distributing in other countries. Thomas Rainer, who produced their last album, returned to produce along with Bernd Mazzagg and Markus Jäger.


Following the release of Make a Star, Dope Stars Inc. were already signed for a record deal with Trisol Music Group to produce one more album.[1] The album, Gigahearts, was recorded shortly after and released later in 2006. Rather than keeping Thomas Rainer as a producer for a third time, Victor Love used his knowledge gained from working with him to produce the album himself.

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics are written by Victor Love; all music is composed by Victor Love except where noted.

1."Make a Star"4:01
2."Digital Freedom"3:30
3."Fast & Beautiful"3:11
4."Nuclear Decay"3:28
5."Chase the Light"3:53
6."Make a Star (After Party Mix By The Birthday Massacre)"4:33
7."Make a Star (L'âme Immortelle vs Fr!ek Remix)"4:38
8."Make a Star (Extended Version)"4:52
9."Theta Titanium (Samsas Traum Remix)"5:22


Creative personnel us as follows:[2]

BandExtra instruments
  • Markus Jäger – bass guitar, guitar
  • Alexander Kaschte – guitar
  • Thomas Rainer – Male vocals
  • Luisa Thum – Female vocals


  1. ^ "Dope Stars Inc Signs With Trisol Music (Press Release)". Blabbermouth. 27 February 2005. Retrieved 12 October 2017.
  2. ^ TheMachinist; Daedolon. "Dope Stars Inc. - Make A Star". Discogs. Retrieved 2010-02-23.

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