Star (Stellar song)

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"Star"
Sing star sm.jpg
Single by Stellar
from the album Magic Line
Released May 27, 2002
Format CD single
Recorded 2001
Genre Pop rock
Length 4:00
Label Epic
Writer(s) Boh Runga
Producer(s) Tom Bailey and Stellar
Stellar singles chronology
"Taken"
(2002)
"Star"
(2002)
"One More Day"
(2003)

"Star" is New Zealand band Stellar's ninth single, and their third single from their second album Magic Line. This single is the last of the band's to have a physical release. The single, though charting for five weeks would only reach a position of #40.[1] The single featured two B-sides, the Sub Mariner Remix of Taken, as well as the new B-side We Go Out. This song would later be featured on the soundtrack to the New Zealand horror film The Locals in 2003. Furthermore. after five minutes of silence the single would feature some bonus material. The first bonus sound clip was of the song We Go Out being read by a speech synthesiser and the other being a short James Bond take-of, where Andrew Maclaren played the role of James Bond and Kurt Shanks the speaking role of Miss Moneypenny.

Track listing[edit]

# Title Writer(s) Duration
1. "Star" Runga, Boh 4:00
2. "Taken (Sub Mariner Remix)" Maclaren, Andrew & Runga, Boh 3:27
3. "We Go Out" Runga, Boh 5:21

References[edit]

  1. ^ "STELLAR* - STAR (SONG)". Retrieved 2007-01-29.