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Five Starcle Men

Five Starcle Men

Five Starcle Men was an experimental music band, psychedelic shaman collective, alien abduction self-help group, and performance cult from the United States. They were known for their intense live shows, experimentation with psychedelic and dissociative drugs, radical conspiracy theories, and engagement with mental illness. [3] [4] [5] [6] One of the members reportedly killed himself. [6]

The band's Lost Frog Productions Internet Archive page describes Five Starcle Men as follows: "These kids were involved in alien drug torture and deadly cartoon culture governments. Using modern cultural, pharmacological, and other technologies, they constructed highly aestheticized, delusional realities for themselves and their viewers, often resulting in a dangerous sense of political and intellectual ability." [7]

Many of the band's songs [8] and performances [9] have been uploaded to YouTube by fans. They were recently voted one of the weirdest bands in the world. [10]

Discography

Full-length albums (incomplete list)

  • ISTINT (1992, home-made cassette Reject Ward)

  • Briskle Discal (1993, home-made cassette Reject Ward)

  • Briskle Discal 2 (1994, home-made cassette Reject Ward)

  • Reject Ward (1995, cassette Reject Ward; re-released by Bobby J Records)

  • Scunibro (1995, 12" LP Reject Ward; re-released by RRRecords and Bobby J Records)

EPs

  • Beast 666 (1995, cassette 777was666)

  • Gomblasemba Lumbieca (1996 Bobby J Records)

  • Whump (1996, 7", interview Bobby J Records)

Compilations

  • Only Kids of Nothing Star (2003 digital Lost Frog Productions)

  • Ghost Starbie's Collected Kids (2004 CD Lost Frog Productions)

  • Gomba Reject Ward Japan (2005 digital Lost Frog Productions)

References

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