Star Maps is the second album released by American alternative rock band Possum Dixon. It was released in 1996 on the Interscope Records. Go West" (Zabrecky) - 3:04. In Her Disco" (Zabrecky) - 2:43. Radio Comets" (Chavez) - 4:19. Party Tonight" (Zabrecky) - 3:52. Emergency's About to End" (Zabrecky) - 2:36. General Electric" (Zabrecky/O'Sullivan) - 2:39. Crashing Your Planet" (Zabrecky) - 3:01. Personals" (Zabrecky) - 4:40. Reds" (Zabrecky) - 2:07.
Star Maps (Cass, Promo). Star Maps (CD, Album).
The sparse, sometimes claustrophobic structure makes the group's unnerving lyrical and instrumental textures all the more effective, anchoring them to identifiable pop landmarks.
CD - Interscope 92625). The most distinctive element of Possum Dixon's 1993, self-titled debut was an art-rock aftertaste that only occasionally got the better of its own cleverness.
Possum Dixon are truly one of the most underrated bands of the 90's. There's some SERIOUS talent here! It's a shame that many great bands just seem to either get over-looked or, they get a moment of attention but are quickly forgotten, et. .In any case, this group is definitely one that did - and does - deserve attention ;) And, keep in mind, "Star Maps" (1996) was their 2nd album
Possum Dixon (1989-1999) was an American alternative rock band. For the better part of their 10 year existence, the Los Angeles based quartet etched and sustained an imprint on the 1990s alternative rock and roll scene. Fronted by ssist Rob Zabrecky, literate songs about love lost and slacker life in Los Angeles and a penchant for unpredictable performances set them apart from the herd of other rock and roll hopefuls.