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Sparks - Mael Intuition: The Best of Sparks 1974-76 (1990)

Author: ziuziu on 1-11-2019, 02:43, views: 180

Sparks - Mael Intuition: The Best of Sparks 1974-76 (1990)
FLAC (tracks) | Genre: Pop Rock, New Wave | 1h 1 min | Label: Island Records | 457 MB

01. This Town Ain't Big Enough For Both Of Us
02. Amateur Hour
03. Here In Heaven
04. Thank God It's Not Christmas
05. Hasta Manana Monsieur
06. Complaints
07. Never Turn Your Back On Mother Earth
08. Somthing For The Girl With Everything
09. Achoo
10. Propaganda
11. At Home, At Work, At Play
12. Reinforements
13. B.C.
14. Hospitality On Parade
15. Happy Hunting Ground
16. Without Using Hands
17. Get In The Swing
18. It Aint 1918
19. In The Future
20. Looks, Looks, Looks
A well-chosen, 20-track compilation derived from the group's three best albums (Kimono My House, Propaganda, and Indiscreet), released during their brief, productive tenure with Island Records. Producers Muff Winwood (for the first two, harder-rocking albums) and Tony Visconti (the more varied and elaborately arranged Indiscreet) both provide the Mael brothers with solid, sympathetic settings for their witty, rapid-fire lyrics and manic delivery. Songs range from the aggressive riff of "At Home, at Work, at Play" (a precursor to the heavier sound of the 1976 album, Big Beat) to the uncanny Andrews Sisters evocation "Looks, Looks, Looks." Russell Mael's quavery falsetto is an acquired taste, and his vocal affectations can try the listener's nerves on prolonged exposure. Also, their tendency to deliver a few hundred lyrics in as many seconds makes interpretation a challenge, but their perverse humor rewards the effort. This is probably all the Sparks the casual fan needs.
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