Evil Superstars

Evil Superstars was an indie rock band led by Mauro Pawlowski, formed in 1992 in Heusden-Zolder, Belgium.

In March 1994 the band finished first in Humo's Rock Rally contest. Soon after, Tim Vanhamel (Millionaire, Eagles Of Death Metal) aged fifteen, joined the band.

In 1996 they recorded their first album Love Is Okay, soon followed by a second EP Remix Apocalyps. The second album Boogie Children-R-US was recorded in 1997, but record company Paradox, a A&M London subsidiary, postponed the official release for a year. 

Despite favorable reviews, sales were poor. When A&M London fell apart, the band found itself without a record company and Mauro Pawlowski decided to disband the Evil Superstars.

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