Shaped in Lyon around Kent (guitars, vocals), Jello (guitars), Mickey Treat (bass) and Phil Pressing (drums), Starshooter was perhaps one of the most well-known bands to create punk rock and roll in France, launching “Pin-Up Blonde,” their initial single, as soon as 1977. Unlike many punk rings, Starshooter was in fact a significant joyous gang, producing them nearer to straight-up rock and roll & move than commonly realized nihilistic and/or socially worried punk music. As a result, they could be regarded as Telephone’s co-workers a lot more than Steel Urbain’s. Their second 1978 EP, Obtain Baque (a quite funny and provocative hijacking from the Beatles’ “REUNITE”) gained them a somewhat more sulfurous picture as well as the fast drawback of this second effort through the French market. However the following one, 1978’s “Betsy Party” will be their breakthrough. The music group released their initial self-titled LP that same season, that was warmly received. They held touring until 1981, and released three even more LPs for the reason that period: Setting (1979), Chez Les Autres (1980), and Pas Exhaustion (1981). After their divide, singer Kent continued under his personal name for an extended and prolific single career.