Formed in NY in 1991, Dim Stars can be an occasional task offering Richard Hell (b. Richard Meyers, 2 Oct 1949, Lexington, Kentucky, USA; vocals/bass), Don Fleming (ex-Velvet Monkeys; B.A.L.L. ; acoustic guitar/vocals) and two users of Sonic Youth, Thurston Moore (acoustic guitar/vocals) and Steve Shelley (drums). A live three-single pack, Dim Celebrities, was released that 12 months on Sonic Youngsters’s Ecstatic Serenity! label. It included an extended edition of ‘You’ve SURELY GOT TO Lose’, first presented on Richard Hell AS WELL AS THE Voidoid’s classic Empty Generation. Three Tunes, an EP acknowledged to ‘Richard Hell’, ensued, although this presented the Dim Celebrities’ line-up. The quartet’s eponymous recording was a casual, but exciting, arranged, merging Hell’s visionary lyrics using the debauched simple the Rolling Rocks’ circa Exile On Primary Road. Guitarist Robert Quine, previously from the Voidoids, and Jad Good aided the proceedings, the spotlight which was a unforgettable consider of Howlin’ Wolf’s ‘The Natchez Burning up’. Prior commitments to Sonic Youngsters preclude Dim Celebrities from learning to be a long term fixture, however the album became a fantastic reiteration of Richard Hell’s skill.