61 Shouts - 739,083 Scrobbles
Sarah Blackwood, Steve Hillier and Chris Wilkie first appeared as Dubstar in 1994. Hillier's floating synths, Wilkie's chiming guitar and the ever-plaintive vocals from Sarah Blackwood drew comparisons to Pet Shop Boys, The Smiths and Kirsty MacColl, while the band regularly added Cocteau Twins and One Dove among their greatest influences.
Dubstar released their debut album 'Disgraceful' on Food Records in the Autumn of 1995 to worldwide critical and commercial success.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Stars - (3:58) - 7,523 plays
- Not So Manic Now - (4:29) - 3,024 plays
- Anywhere - (3:40) - 1,361 plays
- Just a Girl She Said - (4:39) - 1,079 plays
- LyricsTalking is useless when your cards have all been shown
I'll make you feel bitter and I'll never use the phone
'cos I'm not the kind of person soft enough to cry
I'm not the kind of person to hide when I can fight
So breakout now let the feelings out and take the blame away
- The Day I See You Again - (4:19) - 792 plays
- I Will Be Your Girlfriend - (3:35) - 561 plays
- Elevator Song - (2:54) - 500 plays
- St. Swithin's Day - (4:01) - 520 plays
- Disgraceful - (3:48) - 468 plays