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Ron and Russell Mael are the brotherly spark plugs of Sparks, who come from California but created their biggest impact when they arrived in England in 1974. Russell was the younger half of the duo, who sang in a manic falsetto while Ron played keyboards and sported a Charlie Chaplin style mustache. A long string of albums consolidated the Sparks' excellent reputation, especially in Britain and on the European continent. Terminal Jive, produced by disco wizard Giorgio Moroder and Harold Faltermeyer, was recorded in 1980. This, their ninth long player, included tracks such as "When I'm With You," "Rock 'n' Roll People In A Disco World," "Noisy Boys" and "Stereo," all of which reflected the stylistic changes in the music scene in general at the time.
• Colored 180g vinyl with enclosed CD of same content plus bonus tracks
• Remastered for vinyl & CD
• Vinyl cut at Abbey Road, London