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Pop underground music group Starbelly produced a splash in 1998 with Lemon New, its debut Compact disc from Not Lame. Indie critics welcomed the band’s audio and positioned the album one of the year’s greatest produces. The trio is usually made up of drummer Greg Schroeder, guitarist Bryan Ewald, and bassist Dennis Schocket. Each member also sings and contributes like a songwriter. Not really Lame released the band’s second launch, Everyday and Some, in 2002. Despite its upbeat music, the recording contains several songs which were inspired from the severe topic of reduction. “Baby’s Eye” targets losing a mother or father feels whenever a kid leaves the nest, while “Damaged Hearts in Stereo system” handles separation as well as the band’s lack of among its members.

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Music Songs Broken Hearts in Stereo, Hello Hello, Baby's Eyes, Goodbye Now, Ordinary Now, Beautiful, Near Me, Beauty Mark, Plateau, Doubt, Everyday, Sunflower, Will You Come Out Tonight, Misfortune, Bitch, Come Around, She's So Real, Widow Sunday, Are You, Hourglass, Never You Mind, This Old Town, Starbelly - Mother Of Pearl, To Be Loved, Outro - Emily Says, Myrah, When Will You See, Letters to Mary, Rag Top, Better Than Myself, Motor of My Heart, Revenge

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