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Sparks - Introducing Sparks (CD, Album)

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  1. Nov 23,  · referencing Introducing Sparks, LP, Album, PC The name is very misleading as it's Sparks's 7th album (or 5th if you ignore the Halfnelson discs). At this stage the band was well past the storming success of Kimono My House which had established them in the UK as a major act, and the title seems to be a reference to their attempt to re /5().
  2. Introducing Sparks is the seventh album by the American rock band Sparks, released in by Columbia Records.
  3. Sparks has been re-released numerous times since It is often packaged with the follow-up album A Woofer in Tweeter's Clothing. One such re-issue was released in to capitalize on the group's success in the UK. This version was titled 2 Originals of Sparks and was packaged as a double-LP in a gatefold sleeve with a page booklet.
  4. Jul 05,  · One of the reasons why I own all twenty Sparks albums is my love for their hilarious lyrics and album covers, along with their musical ingenuity and melodic grasp. Sparks was originally a five piece band in the early s but it quickly evolved into only the duo who are well known to make most of their music entirely by themselves, with little.
  5. Oct 20,  · Introducing was part of a Japanese CD re-release series of six Sparks albums (Imperial Records, ) including the outtakes, 'Kidnap', 'Keep Me', 'Breathe' and 'Fact or Fiction'. It also includes a demo of 'Those Mysteries'.
  6. Introducing Sparks. 9 likes. Introducing Sparks is the seventh album by the American rock band Sparks released in The release was their second and.
  7. Apr 12,  · Picking up from Big Beat's fairly mild take on simplifying things, Introducing Sparks is another simple album, and is also the better of the two black sheep. It's just more interesting. Less rock posturing (in fact, none at all!). "Occupation" is great, and "Those Mysteries" is kind of dumb lyrically, but it's their first theatrical epic since probably , and it's lovely/5(16).
  8. Long-belated first CD release of album, packaged in a jewel case with a cardboard slipcover. There are two editions of this CD: one features Ron on the front cover and the other features Russell. Both brothers appear on the slipcase and inside the booklet. This is the Ron version. The Russell version /5(7).

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