f-yeah Sparks!
votedmostlikelytofail:

Creem, October 1983

votedmostlikelytofail:

Creem, October 1983

Oh, how cute that they spelled Ron’s name wrong!  ^_^

Oh, how cute that they spelled Ron’s name wrong!  ^_^

pochettesdetourneesvdbv:

Vania de Bie-Vernet

pochettesdetourneesvdbv:

Vania de Bie-Vernet

classic-albums-revisited:

Album: Kimono My House (Antilles, 1974)
Artist: Sparks
Track Listing:
"This Town Ain’t Big Enough For Both Of Us" (Ron Mael)
"Amateur Hour" (Ron Mael)
"Falling In Love With Myself Again" (Ron Mael)*
"Here In Heaven" (Ron Mael)
"Thank God It’s Not Christmas" (Ron Mael)
"Hasta Mañana, Monsieur” (Ron Mael & Russell Mael)
"Talent Is An Asset" (Ron Mael)
"Complaints" (Ron Mael)
"In My Family" (Ron Mael & Russell Mael)
"Equator" (Ron Mael)
Review: “Quirky doesn’t seem to fit the description for Sparks; it’s nearly impossible to describe the group’s work except for androgynous progressive pop. Russell Mael has the vocal combination of Geddy Lee and Tiny Tim, so when he hits the high notes, expect glass to break. The record was produced by Steve Winwood’s brother Muff (what a name!) and features an emphasis on Adrian Fisher’s clever guitar work. This is well worth a second listen, just for its outlandish spirit. B.”

classic-albums-revisited:

Album: Kimono My House (Antilles, 1974)

Artist: Sparks

Track Listing:

  1. "This Town Ain’t Big Enough For Both Of Us" (Ron Mael)
  2. "Amateur Hour" (Ron Mael)
  3. "Falling In Love With Myself Again" (Ron Mael)*
  4. "Here In Heaven" (Ron Mael)
  5. "Thank God It’s Not Christmas" (Ron Mael)
  6. "Hasta Mañana, Monsieur” (Ron Mael & Russell Mael)
  7. "Talent Is An Asset" (Ron Mael)
  8. "Complaints" (Ron Mael)
  9. "In My Family" (Ron Mael & Russell Mael)
  10. "Equator" (Ron Mael)

Review: “Quirky doesn’t seem to fit the description for Sparks; it’s nearly impossible to describe the group’s work except for androgynous progressive pop. Russell Mael has the vocal combination of Geddy Lee and Tiny Tim, so when he hits the high notes, expect glass to break. The record was produced by Steve Winwood’s brother Muff (what a name!) and features an emphasis on Adrian Fisher’s clever guitar work. This is well worth a second listen, just for its outlandish spirit. B.”

glacenoire:

oldschoolsparks:

From Circus Raves, April 1975

Damn.

glacenoire:

oldschoolsparks:

From Circus Raves, April 1975

Damn.

fyeah-sparks:

<3
fyeah-sparks:

Russell let me feel u.

fyeah-sparks:

Russell let me feel u.

fyeah-sparks:

bee-with-a-deadly-sting:

LOOK AT HIM GAHHHHH

Russell you little minx.

fyeah-sparks:

bee-with-a-deadly-sting:

LOOK AT HIM GAHHHHH

Russell you little minx.

So many fantastic moments in this video. ^_^

So many fantastic moments in this video. ^_^

fyeah-sparks:

bee-with-a-deadly-sting:

Sorry for this little screenshot thing, well i’m not sorry but look at his arms. 

I can’t I’m too busy looking at Ron’s thighs.

fyeah-sparks:

bee-with-a-deadly-sting:

Sorry for this little screenshot thing, well i’m not sorry but look at his arms. 

I can’t I’m too busy looking at Ron’s thighs.