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2009 release. Starlight Mints are a group of beautiful Pop mutants: five singular musical minds whose love for archetypal Pop music and AM radio has provided, over the course of three previous acclaimed albums, a rock-solid foundation for a whole bunch of inspired uniqueness, all baked to perfection under the hot Oklahoma sun. Allan Vest (vocals/guitar), Marian Love Nunez (keyboards), Javier Gonzales (bass), Andy Nunez (drums), and Ryan Lindsey (keyboard / guitar) began jamming together in the '90s, giving birth to their own unusual brand of instrumentally complex, surrealistically worded Pop sound.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Listen to this! April 1 2011
By musiced - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I have been a fan of the Starlight Mints for about five years now. They release an album about every three years, and each one continues to top the last. After a few listens, I found myself obsessed with listening to Change Remains. Each song is so well put together and detailed. They are not about solos, but about carefully orchestrated song structures and unique sounds. There are no rules as to what instruments to use. Fuzz bass is used more prominently on this album. "Sesame" uses a great disco vibe and infectious bass line. There are two instrumentals songs that sound like movie score. I wished those were longer. This album is pure fun!