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Topic: SPARKS
Posted By: iguana
Subject: SPARKS
Date Posted: February 24 2006 at 03:42
totally off-topic – and they probably have no place
here at all – but i saw them play live on monday and
they put on an absolutely stunning show – one of the
finest, intelligent, iconic, influential and, dare i say,
progressive groups that exist – anyone else care to
agree?

PS: their live band now features dean menta,
formerly of faith no more, on guitar.


http://scarfmag.net/images/issue_01/DA/da_0
4.jpg
- we have a few prog rockers in row 17. can you
serve the coffee, please?

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progressive rock and rural tranquility don't match. true or false?



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Posted By: iguana
Date Posted: February 24 2006 at 07:57
ooooops, i'm sorry, i hit the wrong button too quick –
can we have this moved to the prog lounge? thanx a
million –

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progressive rock and rural tranquility don't match. true or false?


Posted By: gr8dane
Date Posted: February 24 2006 at 08:04

I saw Sparks in the old days twice.Kimono my house and Propaganda tour.It was fun.

Would love to hear them again ,but I don't think thay will come to Toronto.

Their Little Bethoven album got gr8 reviews a few years ago.



Posted By: Moogtron III
Date Posted: February 24 2006 at 08:26
As I said in an earlier PA Sparks thread... I like them!

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Posted By: Snow Dog
Date Posted: February 24 2006 at 08:37

Originally posted by iguana

ooooops, i'm sorry, i hit the wrong button too quick –
can we have this moved to the prog lounge? thanx a
million –

No....The Prog Lounge would be the wrong place.

 

 

 

Or are Sparks in the Archives now?



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Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: February 24 2006 at 09:04
I never really cared too mush for sparks, I do have""angst in my pants''  not to bad,  Sparks has a new cd due ouy on 3/21/06 called   ""hello young lovers"""  I wont think there prog. related.


Posted By: Peter
Date Posted: February 24 2006 at 09:14

LUV EM!!

ERLY SPARKZ IS FUN!!!Big smile

(DONT BELONG HEAR THOGH)

ID LUV TO HERE THERE NEW DC!!!!!



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Let the monkey drive.



Posted By: iguana
Date Posted: February 24 2006 at 09:19
snow dog – they don't belong here at ALL but it is the
easiest to properly expel them from the prog lounge
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ginnyman: the played the entirety of the new album in
the first hour of the set (did they go see the
marillion-marbles tour???) and it sounds great –
there's some really quirky stuff on there – plus, the
films on the back screen (both ron and russel mael
have a degree in film studies and cinematography)
were excellent!

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progressive rock and rural tranquility don't match. true or false?


Posted By: Dr Know
Date Posted: February 24 2006 at 10:02

This town ain΄t big enough for the both of us, I had almost forgotten about them! I had Kimono my house on vinyl

Good stuffTongue



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Posted By: limeyrob
Date Posted: February 24 2006 at 11:29
Sparks were always good for a smile

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Posted By: Flip_Stone
Date Posted: February 24 2006 at 11:54

I remember the album Big Beat (a friend had it), and songs like Screwed Up, I Like Girls, and Throw Her Away and Get a New One, Everybody's Stupid.  Fun stuff.  We could use a lot more music that doesn't take itself so seriously.  Yes, humor can belong in music...




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