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Star Fucking Hipsters

From The Dumpster To The Grave

Fat Wreck Chords 769

Released on October 11, 2011


Straight out of the squats of NYC, STAR FUCKING HIPSTERS are a veritable who’s who of the punk/ska/crust scene. Originally the brainchild of Leftover Crack and Choking Victim vocalist Scott Sturgeon (aka Stza, Strg, Stza Crack, Sturgeon F. Hipster… the list goes on), STAR FUCKING HIPSTERS has evolved into a super group of sorts, and the quintessential band of the genre. The recording of their 3rd full-length From the Dumpster To the Grave saw the existing line-up (including members of LOC, Ensign, and World Inferno Friendship Society) expand with the addition of Mikey Erg (The Ergs!) on drums and Kelsey (Chump Change) on co-lead vocals. Even further, From the Dumpster To the Grave features folk/punk band Blackbird Raum and Boots Riley of political hip hop group The Coup. Considering all that talent on hand, coupled with Strg’s proven song writing abilities, it’s no surprise that the album is a masterpiece. The 12 tracks expectedly span several genres including punk, ska, hip hop, metal, and folk, all wrapped in a hardcore shell. Intertwined male and female vocals harmonize and shriek over some of the crunchiest guitars ever recorded, culminating in massive crescendos of explosive sound. Despite the varied influences and aggressive force behind them, the songs maintain a concise and direct sound that all share infectious melodies. The lyrical content of the album seethes over sociopolitical injustices in the arenas of war, religion, bigotry and, of course, police brutality. As the leaders of the punk/ska/crust genre, STAR FUCKING HIPSTERS (and all of Strg’s bands, for that matter) generate a certain level of expectation. From the Dumpster To the Grave absolutely decimates those expectations and surpasses them by delivering the HIPSTERS best material to date.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Intro  0%
2 Dumpster To The Grave Voted #3  14%
3 War Widows Vietnam  9%
4 Death Is Never Out Of Fashion  12%
5 The Broken Branches Voted #2  15%
6 The Spoils Of War  0%
7 Otra Vez (w/ Blackbird Raum)  8%
8 Honey, I Shrunk The Cops!  0%
9 9/11 'Til Infinity (w/ Boots Riley)  12%
10 Ana Ng Voted #1  20%
11 Rapture, Rinse, Repeat (w/ S.F.H. East Bay)  0%
12 Drowning Out Another Year  11%
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Anthony from Prescott Valley, AZ 
Dec 1 2013 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is pretty fantastic, my first crusty-ish album and I love it. The chick vocals are great. War Windows Vietnam is me personal favorite song on the album, its just catchy and you can sing along to it. Nico De Gaillo is one of the punkest girls I've ever heard or seen. Overall a great album, and it comes with a poster which is a nice bonus! 100/10, and I mean that.

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Chris from Salt Lake City, UT 
Oct 31 2011 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I kind of just bought this on a whim. Without every hearing them before, or being a big fan of the previous bands SFH spawned from. However, I was pleasantly surprised. I'm not a huge fan of the street-punk/ska mix and there is little of that here. In fact most of the album is composed of aggressive punk anthems and some very surprising melodic sing-along songs in their as well. I'd say it's a pretty good mix of Leftover Crack/Choking Victim mixed with U.S. Bombs, Rancid & One Man Army. Got that?

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