Billy Starfire and the Orbit Boys is a four-organism band made up of enigmatic leader Billy Starfire, the Abominable Funky Man Seth Verdot, guitar owner Jason Musser, and Tor, the Evil Robot. Terrestrial influences on the band's music include Brian Eno, Japan, Kraftwerk, the Bob Newhart Show theme, and Ice Cube.
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Billy Starfire and the Orbit Boys
Released 1999
the second big hit-packed album by Billy Starfire and the Orbit Boys.
Starts off with Billy's hard-rocking rant, School Tax, and goes on after that for over a half hour! You'll get the anti-left-handed rap classic, Bill of Rights, the cryptic title track, two stirring vocal performances by the Abominable Funky Man (Mr. MX and Spaceman from the Dead), plus eleven more songs in which Billy spans the entire emotional range from simple irritability to pathetic desperation. "A triumph!"
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> School Tax
> Bill of Rights
> Cellphone
> Dilemma
> Get Out
> I Don't Mind
> Obligation
> Mental Inventory
> Starcrossed
> Rampart
> Mr. MX
> False Security
> Ground Zero
> Missile On Missile
> Androgynaut
> Spaceman From The Dead
Billy Starfire and the Orbit Boys
Released 1996
Billy Starfire and the Orbit Boys hit the studio full-force with this album containing sixteen fresh tracks digitally recorded and mastered. Contains the selections Train Station, Honk My Horn, My Love Lives on Neptune, the controversial Crusader, plus the title track and more.
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> Billy Starfire Theme (instr.)
> Train Station
> Honk My Horn
> Crusader
> Rain Forest (instr.)
> Giant Cockroach March (instr.)
> Captain Happy Theme (instr.)
> Crazy Monkey (instr.)

> Tor, the Evil Robot
> My Love Lives on Neptune
> Airport Cafe
> Advance Warning (instr.)
> Mobilization (instr.)
> Thursday (instr.)
> Spazz (instr.)
> Galactic Overture (instr.)

Billy Starfire
Released 1986
Billy Starfire's first album, filled with pulsating rhythms and hypnotic synthesizers.
The second 32-page issue of Deterrent Comics featuring Mr. MX is now available.
In addition to the regular features, our second issue includes a great 10-page American Society of Superheroes, Inc. story. You met them briefly in Deterrent #1 and now you'll get your first in-depth look at their lives--fighting crime, conducting job interviews, and filling out their semi-annual self-evalulation forms for H.R.!
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