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DIMMER get the album $23.95 dimmer : I BELIEVE YOU ARE A STAR
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Eagerly anticipated by any serious NZ rock fan, this long-awaited release from Shane Carter (of the legendary Straitjacket Fits) is an extraordinary piece of contemporary rock, daring and challenging the listener with its deceptive mood and intimacy, while successfully straddling that thin line between commerce and art with natural ease.

‘I Believe You Are A Star’ is an absorbing masterpiece from one of this country’s truly original rock talents

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