Retro Rose Records

One of pop's best-loved and most influential cult bands, Sparks grew out of the minds of brothers Ron and Russell Mael.
This RSD Black Friday release captures an eight-song studio in-concert by Sparks in LA, in September 1974, with the Propaganda line-up of Ron & Russ Mael, Ian Hampton on bass, Dinky Diamond on drums and Trevor White on guitar.
Pressed on clear vinyl for its first ever vinyl release.

1. Hasta Manana Monsieur
2. Something For The Girl With Everything
3. Talent Is An Asset
4. Thanks God Itís Not Christmas
5. B.C.
6. Here In Heaven
7. This Town Ainít Big Enough For The Both Of Us
8. Amateur Hour

One of pop's best-loved and most influential cult bands, Sparks grew out of the minds of brothers Ron and Russell Mael.
This RSD Black Friday release captures an eight-song studio in-concert by Sparks in LA, in September 1974, with the Propaganda line-up of Ron & Russ Mael, Ian Hampton on bass, Dinky Diamond on drums and Trevor White on guitar.
Pressed on clear vinyl for its first ever vinyl release.

1. Hasta Manana Monsieur
2. Something For The Girl With Everything
3. Talent Is An Asset
4. Thanks God Itís Not Christmas
5. B.C.
6. Here In Heaven
7. This Town Ainít Big Enough For The Both Of Us
8. Amateur Hour

655255094368

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Format: LP
Label: Sound City
Rel. Date: 11/24/2023
UPC: 655255094368

Live At The Record Plant 1974 [RSD Black Friday 2023]
Artist: Sparks
Format: LP
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One of pop's best-loved and most influential cult bands, Sparks grew out of the minds of brothers Ron and Russell Mael.
This RSD Black Friday release captures an eight-song studio in-concert by Sparks in LA, in September 1974, with the Propaganda line-up of Ron & Russ Mael, Ian Hampton on bass, Dinky Diamond on drums and Trevor White on guitar.
Pressed on clear vinyl for its first ever vinyl release.

1. Hasta Manana Monsieur
2. Something For The Girl With Everything
3. Talent Is An Asset
4. Thanks God Itís Not Christmas
5. B.C.
6. Here In Heaven
7. This Town Ainít Big Enough For The Both Of Us
8. Amateur Hour

        
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