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Download Pineapple - Sparks - Propaganda + Indiscreet (CD)

Label: Unknown (CD) - xxxxx • Format: CD Unofficial Release • Genre: Pop • Style: Indie Pop


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9 Replies to “ Pineapple - Sparks - Propaganda + Indiscreet (CD) ”

  1. Zulujora says:
    Song information for Pineapple - Sparks on AllMusic. Song information for Pineapple - Sparks on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Sparks. Indiscreet. Island / .
  2. Vigal says:
    Sparks are an American rock and pop music band formed in Los Angeles in by brothers Ron Mael (keyboards) and Russell Mael (vocals), initially under the name landmanjeulolafordegumanfawave.coinfo known for their quirky approach to song writing, Sparks' music is often accompanied by cutting and acerbic lyrics, and an idiosyncratic stage presence, typified in the contrast between Russell's wide-eyed hyperactive.
  3. Kalkis says:
    Apr 12,  · Sparks' lineup was much the same since "Propaganda", featuring brothers Ron and Russell Mael, Ian Hampton (bass), Norman "Dinky" Diamond (drums), and Trevor White (guitar). Beginning rather quietly with "Hospitality on Parade", the vocals are at first very prominent; the production is gentle enough to give way to the lyrics, first and foremost.
  4. Gardasida says:
    Indiscreet was the last of the trio, and it utilises every lesson learned in Sparks' 7 year career up to that point. From the shameless pop of “Get in the Swing”, and opener “Hospitality on Parade”, whereupon that you are reminded that Russell Mael is a born performer and that his brother Ron is one of the great under-appreciated.
  5. Nashicage says:
    Propaganda - Sparks. Tracklisting: 1. Propaganda 2. At Home, At Work, At Play 3. Indiscreet - Sparks. Tracklisting: 1. Hospitality On Parade 2. Happy Hunting Ground 3. Get In The Swing 4. Under The Table With Her 5. How Are You Getting Home 6. Pineapple 7. Tits 8. It Ain't 9. The Lady Is Lingering In The Future Looks, Looks.
  6. Samuzahn says:
    Sparks Sparks Extended: The 12 Inch Mixes (Disc 1) Sparks Sparks Extended: The 12 Inch Mixes (Disc 2) Sparks Sparks Shortcuts: The 7 Inch Mixes (Disc 1) Sparks Sparks Shortcuts: The 7 Inch Mixes (Disc 2) Sparks Halfnelson; Sparks Big Beat; Sparks The Best of Sparks: Music That You Can Dance To; Sparks No. 1 in Heaven; Sparks French Pineapple.
  7. Shaktigal says:
    Sparks are an American pop and rock band formed in Los Angeles in by brothers Ron (keyboards) and Russell Mael (vocals). Known for their quirky approach to songwriting, Sparks' music is often accompanied by intelligent, sophisticated, and acerbic lyrics, and an idiosyncratic, theatrical stage presence, typified in the contrast between Russell's animated, hyperactive frontman antics and.
  8. Akinonris says:
    The Island Years is a collection of the band’s four Island studio albums: Kimono My House, Propaganda, Indiscreet and Big Beat. However the bonus LP, The Rest of Sparks, looks very interesting since it will feature b-sides and ‘other relevant audio’ from the same time period.
  9. Tygolabar says:
    Indiscreet, an Album by Sparks. Released in October on Island (catalog no. ILPS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Art Pop, Progressive Pop. Featured peformers: Russell Mael (vocals), Ron Mael (keyboards), Dinky Diamond (drums), Ian Hampton (bass), Trevor White (guitar), Tony Visconti (producer, orchestral arrangements), Richard Creamer (photography), Gered Mankowitz (photography).

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