Stars Forever is the thirteenth studio album by Scottish musician Momus, released by Le Grand Magistery in 1999. The album has been described as part of Momus's "analog-baroque" phase. Momus wrote thirty songs for Stars Forever, one about every person or group who commissioned a song at the price of $1,000. The funds raised went towards the costs incurred from a lawsuit against Momus by Wendy Carlos. "Patrons" include fellow musicians The Minus 5 and Keigo Oyamada, artist Jeff Koons, retail store Other Music, and record label Minty Fresh. The album also features the eight winners of a karaoke parody contest in which participants where invited by Momus to submit recordings of themselves singing over the karaoke instrumentals included on his previous album The Little Red Songbook (1998).more »
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