The Chinese Stars Biography
From the broken pieces of Arab On Radar and Six Finger Satellite a band called The Chinese Stars was formed. Christened after the "Chinese Star Epidemic" of the early 80's which found legions of grade school kids across America armed with "shrunken" throwing stars, the band vowed to reinvent what they have already invented in their previous bands.
The Chinese Stars include Craig Kureck and Eric Paul formerly of Arab on Radar, already legendary for disbanding at the height of their popularity - and after achieving renown as one of the most innovative bands of the last decade. Craig Kureck, the drummer responsible for the extraordinary pulse of AOR, renews his denunciation here in The Chinese Stars. Eric Paul, singer, has reportedly cleaned up his act and purchased a dictionary for this endeavor, though reports confirm that mental illness remains his guiding light. Richard Ivan Pelletier formerly of Six Finger Satellite, a band considered far and wide as the "Founding Fathers of Chaos" takes up the electric bass. For guitar duty the other guys enlisted Paul Vieira, a man who remains shrouded in mystery and intrigue. I regret to say there is no further information on Mr. Vieira available at this time.
Now, there is a new piece of Chinese Stars’ history. Unfortunately, Richard Pelletier will no longer be a part of The Chinese Stars. The reason? None of your business! But to replace him the band invited V. Von Ricci. V., who was a part-time member of The Chinese Stars at the time as synthesizer player, accepted the full time responsibility as Richard’s replacement. The band regrouped and is preparing to release Listen To Your Left Brain (Three One g, Skin Graft) the follow up to their debut album A Rare Sensation (Three One g).
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