Sparks

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Sparks - In Outer Space In Outer Space
Pop New - LP 80055 Atlantic
Sealed 1983 Original. Clean COH.... more details
 
Sparks - Music That You Can Dance To Music That You Can Dance To
Pop New - LP 5780 MCA
Sealed 1986 Original. Small Saw Cut.... more details
 
Sparks - Interior Design Interior Design
Pop New - LP 70841 Rhino
Sealed, Hard To Find 1988 Original, CC. Pressed On Quiex Type Virgin Vinyl.... more details
 
Sparks - No. 1 In Heaven No. 1 In Heaven
Pop New - LP FA 3035 Fame
Sealed 1979 UK Original.... more details
 
Sparks - Whomp That Sucker Whomp That Sucker
Pop New - LP AFL1-4091 RCA
Sealed 1981 Original With Saw Cut.... more details
 
Sparks - Kimono My House Kimono My House
Pop New - LP ILPS 9272 Island
Sealed 1974 Original. Small Saw Cut. Their Best Album Featuring 12 Consistenyl Fine Tracks. Glam Rock Meets Andrew Lloyd Webber. Includes Their Often Overlooked Stunner, "Here In Heaven."... more details
 
Sparks - Pulling Rabbits Out Of A Hat Pulling Rabbits Out Of A Hat
Pop New - LP 80160 Atlantic
Sealed 1984 Original.... more details
 
Sparks - Kimono My House Kimono My House
Pop Used - LP 87 818-270 Island
Mint German Original. Their Best Album Featuring 12 Consistently Fine Tracks. Glam Rock Meets Andrew Lloyd Webber. Includes Their Often Overlooked Stunner, "Here In Heaven."... more details
 
Sparks - Sparks Sparks
Pop Used - LP BV 2048 Bearsville
1972 Original With Custom Gatefold Lyric Insert. Tiny Saw Cut. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “Within The First Track Of Their Debut Album — The Crisp, Minimal Pounder "Wonder Girl," Featuring Russell Mael's Falsetto Already Engaged In Swooping Acrobatics And Ron Mael's Sparkling Piano Work To The Fore, Singing Ever-So-Slightly-Weird Lyrics About Love That Couldn't Quite Be Taken At Face Value — Sparks Established Themselves So Perfectly That Arguably The Rest Of The Brothers' Long Career Has Been A Continual Refinement From That Basic Formula. Even More Striking Is Realizing How Astoundingly Prescient It Was; What Must Have Sounded Indescribably Strange In 1972 Now Feels Like The Precursor To Nearly All Of New Wave, A Fair Chunk Of Synth-Pop, And Just About Any Music With A Brain. As It Stands, The Original Sparks Group, With Brothers Jim And Earle Mankey On Bass And Guitar And Harvey Feinstein On Drums Accompanying The Maels, Was As Tight And Accomplished As The Classic Alice Cooper Lineup, But Given To Their Own Brand Of Clever Insanity (The Fact That There's A Loud-Rocking Original On Here Called "(No More) Mr. Nice Guys" Makes You Wonder If That Other Band Wasn't Listening In). Todd Rundgren's Production Is Generally Spare But Very Effective, With Snippets Of Cymbal And Keyboard Leaping Out From The Speakers At Odd Moments. The Twisted, '50s Piano-Rock Loper "High C" Practically Invents Queen In Both Shuffling Rock-Out And Heavy Rockabilly Camp Phases; "Fletcher Honorama" Slides And Slinks Along In A Wickedly Dreamy Way; And "Slowboat" Combines Show Tunes, Cabaret, And Rock To Magnificent Effect. With Other Songs Like "Biology 2," "Fa La Fa Lee," And The Brilliantly Titled "Saccaharin And The War," Sparks Remains A Wonderfully Entertaining Listen And An Honestly Unique Debut.” Ned Raggett, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Sparks - Propaganda Propaganda
Pop New - LP ILPS 9312 Island
Sealed 1974 Original. "What Better Way To Promote Sparks' Spinning Blender Of Demented Pop Than Propaganda? The Band's Fourth Album (And Second With Producer Muff Winwood) Is Chock-Full Of Great Ideas, Including The Overseas Hits "Something For The Girl With Everything" And "Never Turn Your Back On Mother Earth." With Russell Mael Delivering The Lyrics In His Rapid-Fire Falsetto, The Lyric Sheet Is A Necessary Compass, As The Clever Wordplay Is A Key To Discovering What These Pranksters Are Up To. Ron Mael's Skewed Take On Relationships ("At Home, At Work, At Play," "Don't Leave Me Alone With Her") Are Nearly Upstaged By The Hyperactive Arrangements, But When The Words And The Music Click, It's Pure Magic. In Fact, "Bon Voyage" Might Be The Most Sublime Song They've Ever Written, Teetering Between Genuine Pathos For And Lampooning Of The Plight Of Those Left Behind By Noah And His Ark. Other Highlights Include "Achoo" (About, You Guessed It, Catching A Cold) And "Who Don't Like Kids," In Which Mael Uncorks The Opening Lines "You Got A Cigar, Here's A Couple More/Because The Offspring Are Springing Through Swinging Doors" In A Few Seconds. The Torrential Outpouring Of Words And Ideas, Underscored By Guitars And Keyboards With Oft-Shifting Rhythms, Either Repels Or Attracts Listeners. Though The Similarities To Queen Are Sometimes Striking, They Eschew That Band's Seriousness And Epic Guitar Work, Favoring Hit-Or-Miss Observations That Suggest A Cross Between 10cc And The Power Pop Of The Late '70s. Propaganda Remains One Of Sparks' Brightest Achievements, Brimming With A Loopy Charm That Continued To Captivate The Open-Minded English Listeners, If Not Their Close-Minded Countrymen In The U.S.” – Dave Conolly, All Music Guide... more details
 
Sparks - No. 1 In Heaven No. 1 In Heaven
Pop New - LP 6E 186 Elektra
Sealed 1979 Original. Clean COH. Produced By Georgio Moroder.... more details
 
Sparks - Indiscreet Indiscreet
Pop New - LP ILPS 9345 Island
Sealed 1975 Gatefold Original Produced By Tony Visconti. “In The '70s And '80s, Sparks' American Fans Couldn't Understand Why The Mael Brothers Weren't As Big In The United States As They Were In England. "Why Don't More Of Our Fellow Americans Realize Just How Great These Guys Are?" Was The Question That Sparks Addicts In The U.S. Often Found Themselves Asking. Whatever The Reason, British Audiences Really Connected With Sparks' Goofy, Insanely Clever Lyrics — And The Fact That Russell Mael Sings Like He Could Be An Eccentric Upper-Class Englishman (Although He Was Born And Raised In Los Angeles) Probably Didn't Hurt. Indiscreet, Which Was The Mael Brothers' Third Album For Island And Their Fifth Album Overall, Is State-Of-The-Art Sparks. The Power Pop Melodies Are Consistently Infectious, And The Lyrics Are As Humorous As One Expects Sparks Lyrics To Be — Nutty Gems Like "Pineapple," "Happy Hunting Ground," "Tits," And "Get In The Swing" Will Easily Appeal To Those Who Like To Think Of Russell And Ron Mael As The Pop/Rock Equivalent Of Monty Python's Flying Circus. Like Other Sparks Releases Of The '70s, Indiscreet Did Much Better In England Than It Did On The North American Side Of The Atlantic. In The U.S., This 1975 LP Appealed To A Small But Enthusiastic Cult Following — In Great Britain, Indiscreet Was A Big Seller And Appealed To A Much Larger And Broader Audience. Over The Years, Sparks Has Experimented With Everything From Hard Rock To Euro-Disco. But Power Pop Is The Primary Focus Of Indiscreet, Which Went Down In History As One Of The Band's Best '70s Albums.” – Alex Henderson, All Music Guide... more details
 
Sparks - Sparks Sparks
Pop New - LP BV 2048 Bearsville
Sealed 1972 Original With Custom Glossy 4 Page Lyric Insert, Small Saw Notch. “Within The First Track Of Their Debut Album — The Crisp, Minimal Pounder "Wonder Girl," Featuring Russell Mael's Falsetto Already Engaged In Swooping Acrobatics And Ron Mael's Sparkling Piano Work To The Fore, Singing Ever-So-Slightly-Weird Lyrics About Love That Couldn't Quite Be Taken At Face Value — Sparks Established Themselves So Perfectly That Arguably The Rest Of The Brothers' Long Career Has Been A Continual Refinement From That Basic Formula. Even More Striking Is Realizing How Astoundingly Prescient It Was; What Must Have Sounded Indescribably Strange In 1972 Now Feels Like The Precursor To Nearly All Of New Wave, A Fair Chunk Of Synth-Pop, And Just About Any Music With A Brain. As It Stands, The Original Sparks Group, With Brothers Jim And Earle Mankey On Bass And Guitar And Harvey Feinstein On Drums Accompanying The Maels, Was As Tight And Accomplished As The Classic Alice Cooper Lineup, But Given To Their Own Brand Of Clever Insanity (The Fact That There's A Loud-Rocking Original On Here Called "(No More) Mr. Nice Guys" Makes You Wonder If That Other Band Wasn't Listening In). Todd Rundgren's Production Is Generally Spare But Very Effective, With Snippets Of Cymbal And Keyboard Leaping Out From The Speakers At Odd Moments. The Twisted, '50s Piano-Rock Loper "High C" Practically Invents Queen In Both Shuffling Rock-Out And Heavy Rockabilly Camp Phases; "Fletcher Honorama" Slides And Slinks Along In A Wickedly Dreamy Way; And "Slowboat" Combines Show Tunes, Cabaret, And Rock To Magnificent Effect. With Other Songs Like "Biology 2," "Fa La Fa Lee," And The Brilliantly Titled "Saccaharin And The War," Sparks Remains A Wonderfully Entertaining Listen And An Honestly Unique Debut.” Ned Raggett, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Sparks - History Of Sparks History Of Sparks
Pop New - LP 67826 Underdog
New, Unplayed 1981 France Only Compilation.... more details
 
Sparks - Terminal Jive Terminal Jive
Pop Used - LP V 2137 Virgin
Beautiful 1980 UK Original With Custom Card Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Sparks - Pulling Rabbits Out Of A Hat Pulling Rabbits Out Of A Hat
Pop Used - LP 80160 Atlantic
Mint 1984 Original In Custom Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
Sparks - Whomp That Sucker Whomp That Sucker
Pop New - LP AFL1-4091 RCA
Sealed 1981 Original With Crisp Corners. Extremely Difficult To Find Without A Saw Cut.... more details
 
Sparks - A Woofer In Tweeter's Clothing A Woofer In Tweeter's Clothing
Pop Used - LP BR 2110 Bearsville
1972 White Label Promo With Promo Bio & Custom Insert.... more details
 
Sparks - Propaganda Propaganda
Pop New - LP ILPS 9312 Island
Sealed 1974 Original. CC. "What Better Way To Promote Sparks' Spinning Blender Of Demented Pop Than Propaganda? The Band's Fourth Album (And Second With Producer Muff Winwood) Is Chock-Full Of Great Ideas, Including The Overseas Hits "Something For The Girl With Everything" And "Never Turn Your Back On Mother Earth." With Russell Mael Delivering The Lyrics In His Rapid-Fire Falsetto, The Lyric Sheet Is A Necessary Compass, As The Clever Wordplay Is A Key To Discovering What These Pranksters Are Up To. Ron Mael's Skewed Take On Relationships ("At Home, At Work, At Play," "Don't Leave Me Alone With Her") Are Nearly Upstaged By The Hyperactive Arrangements, But When The Words And The Music Click, It's Pure Magic. In Fact, "Bon Voyage" Might Be The Most Sublime Song They've Ever Written, Teetering Between Genuine Pathos For And Lampooning Of The Plight Of Those Left Behind By Noah And His Ark. Other Highlights Include "Achoo" (About, You Guessed It, Catching A Cold) And "Who Don't Like Kids," In Which Mael Uncorks The Opening Lines "You Got A Cigar, Here's A Couple More/Because The Offspring Are Springing Through Swinging Doors" In A Few Seconds. The Torrential Outpouring Of Words And Ideas, Underscored By Guitars And Keyboards With Oft-Shifting Rhythms, Either Repels Or Attracts Listeners. Though The Similarities To Queen Are Sometimes Striking, They Eschew That Band's Seriousness And Epic Guitar Work, Favoring Hit-Or-Miss Observations That Suggest A Cross Between 10cc And The Power Pop Of The Late '70s. Propaganda Remains One Of Sparks' Brightest Achievements, Brimming With A Loopy Charm That Continued To Captivate The Open-Minded English Listeners, If Not Their Close-Minded Countrymen In The U.S.” – Dave Conolly, All Music Guide... more details
 
Sparks - Sparks Sparks
Pop Used - LP BV 2048 Bearsville
1972 White Label Promo In Unplayed Condition With Custom Gatefold Lyric Insert And promo Insert. “Within The First Track Of Their Debut Album — The Crisp, Minimal Pounder "Wonder Girl," Featuring Russell Mael's Falsetto Already Engaged In Swooping Acrobatics And Ron Mael's Sparkling Piano Work To The Fore, Singing Ever-So-Slightly-Weird Lyrics About Love That Couldn't Quite Be Taken At Face Value — Sparks Established Themselves So Perfectly That Arguably The Rest Of The Brothers' Long Career Has Been A Continual Refinement From That Basic Formula. Even More Striking Is Realizing How Astoundingly Prescient It Was; What Must Have Sounded Indescribably Strange In 1972 Now Feels Like The Precursor To Nearly All Of New Wave, A Fair Chunk Of Synth-Pop, And Just About Any Music With A Brain. As It Stands, The Original Sparks Group, With Brothers Jim And Earle Mankey On Bass And Guitar And Harvey Feinstein On Drums Accompanying The Maels, Was As Tight And Accomplished As The Classic Alice Cooper Lineup, But Given To Their Own Brand Of Clever Insanity (The Fact That There's A Loud-Rocking Original On Here Called "(No More) Mr. Nice Guys" Makes You Wonder If That Other Band Wasn't Listening In). Todd Rundgren's Production Is Generally Spare But Very Effective, With Snippets Of Cymbal And Keyboard Leaping Out From The Speakers At Odd Moments. The Twisted, '50s Piano-Rock Loper "High C" Practically Invents Queen In Both Shuffling Rock-Out And Heavy Rockabilly Camp Phases; "Fletcher Honorama" Slides And Slinks Along In A Wickedly Dreamy Way; And "Slowboat" Combines Show Tunes, Cabaret, And Rock To Magnificent Effect. With Other Songs Like "Biology 2," "Fa La Fa Lee," And The Brilliantly Titled "Saccaharin And The War," Sparks Remains A Wonderfully Entertaining Listen And An Honestly Unique Debut.” Ned Raggett, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Sparks - In Outer Space In Outer Space
Pop New - LP 80055 Atlantic
Sealed 1983 Original With Custom "Cool Places" Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Saw Cut.... more details
 
Sparks - Introducing Sparks Introducing Sparks
Pop Colored Vinyl PC 34901 Columbia
1977 White Label Promo Pressed On Red Vinyl. Has Gold Promo Stamp On Cover.... more details
 
Sparks - Sparks Sparks
Pop New - LP BV 2048 Bearsville
Sealed 1972 White Label Promo With Custom Lyric Insert And Promotional Bio Insert Under The Rear Shrink Wrap. Pristine Copy. “Within The First Track Of Their Debut Album — The Crisp, Minimal Pounder "Wonder Girl," Featuring Russell Mael's Falsetto Already Engaged In Swooping Acrobatics And Ron Mael's Sparkling Piano Work To The Fore, Singing Ever-So-Slightly-Weird Lyrics About Love That Couldn't Quite Be Taken At Face Value — Sparks Established Themselves So Perfectly That Arguably The Rest Of The Brothers' Long Career Has Been A Continual Refinement From That Basic Formula. Even More Striking Is Realizing How Astoundingly Prescient It Was; What Must Have Sounded Indescribably Strange In 1972 Now Feels Like The Precursor To Nearly All Of New Wave, A Fair Chunk Of Synth-Pop, And Just About Any Music With A Brain. As It Stands, The Original Sparks Group, With Brothers Jim And Earle Mankey On Bass And Guitar And Harvey Feinstein On Drums Accompanying The Maels, Was As Tight And Accomplished As The Classic Alice Cooper Lineup, But Given To Their Own Brand Of Clever Insanity (The Fact That There's A Loud-Rocking Original On Here Called "(No More) Mr. Nice Guys" Makes You Wonder If That Other Band Wasn't Listening In). Todd Rundgren's Production Is Generally Spare But Very Effective, With Snippets Of Cymbal And Keyboard Leaping Out From The Speakers At Odd Moments. The Twisted, '50s Piano-Rock Loper "High C" Practically Invents Queen In Both Shuffling Rock-Out And Heavy Rockabilly Camp Phases; "Fletcher Honorama" Slides And Slinks Along In A Wickedly Dreamy Way; And "Slowboat" Combines Show Tunes, Cabaret, And Rock To Magnificent Effect. With Other Songs Like "Biology 2," "Fa La Fa Lee," And The Brilliantly Titled "Saccaharin And The War," Sparks Remains A Wonderfully Entertaining Listen And An Honestly Unique Debut.” Ned Raggett, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Sparks - No. 1 In Heaven No. 1 In Heaven
Pop Used - LP 6E 186 Elektra
Beautiful 1979 White Label Promo. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Sparks - Big Beat Big Beat
Pop Used - LP PC 34359 Columbia
1976 White Label Promo With Custom Inner Sleeve. Unplayed Copy From The Collection Of A Columbia Record Exec. 1A/1A Stampers. “Most Of This Album Finds Sparks Doing What They Do Best: Spewing Out Clever, Mile-A-Minute Lyrics Over Solid-Rocking Accompaniment (This Time, Provided By A Superior Group Of Studio Musicians). Drummer Hilly Michaels And Guitarist Jeffrey Salen Lend The Mael Brothers' Songs Considerable Rock & Roll Authority. Standouts Include The Opening Blast, "Big Boy" (Which Was Featured In The Film Rollercoaster), The Propulsive "Fill-Er-Up," And The Falsetto-Delivered Proclamation "I Like Girls," Apparently A Leftover From Their Previous Album, Indiscreet. Generally, However, They Eschew The Elaborate Arrangements Of Indiscreet And Go For A Powerful, Stripped-Down Sound. As Titles Such As "Everybody's Stupid" And "Thrown Her Away (And Get A New One)" Suggest, The Album Brims With Decidedly Politically Incorrect (And Often Hilarious) Lyrics.” James A. Gardner, AMG.... more details
 
Sparks - No. 1 In Heaven No. 1 In Heaven
Pop Used - LP 6E 186 Elektra
Beautiful 1979 Red Label Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Sparks - In Outer Space In Outer Space
Pop New - LP 80055 Atlantic
Sealed 1983 Original With "Cool Places" Hype Sticker On Shrink. Shrink Is Partially Torn Along The Bottom Seam And The Mouth. There Is Some Light Rubbing On The Bottom Seam, Hence Price.... more details
 
Sparks - Indiscreet Indiscreet
Pop Used - LP ILPS 9345 Island
1975 Gatefold Original Produced By Tony Visconti. Cut Corner. “In The '70s And '80s, Sparks' American Fans Couldn't Understand Why The Mael Brothers Weren't As Big In The United States As They Were In England. "Why Don't More Of Our Fellow Americans Realize Just How Great These Guys Are?" Was The Question That Sparks Addicts In The U.S. Often Found Themselves Asking. Whatever The Reason, British Audiences Really Connected With Sparks' Goofy, Insanely Clever Lyrics — And The Fact That Russell Mael Sings Like He Could Be An Eccentric Upper-Class Englishman (Although He Was Born And Raised In Los Angeles) Probably Didn't Hurt. Indiscreet, Which Was The Mael Brothers' Third Album For Island And Their Fifth Album Overall, Is State-Of-The-Art Sparks. The Power Pop Melodies Are Consistently Infectious, And The Lyrics Are As Humorous As One Expects Sparks Lyrics To Be — Nutty Gems Like "Pineapple," "Happy Hunting Ground," "Tits," And "Get In The Swing" Will Easily Appeal To Those Who Like To Think Of Russell And Ron Mael As The Pop/Rock Equivalent Of Monty Python's Flying Circus. Like Other Sparks Releases Of The '70s, Indiscreet Did Much Better In England Than It Did On The North American Side Of The Atlantic. In The U.S., This 1975 LP Appealed To A Small But Enthusiastic Cult Following — In Great Britain, Indiscreet Was A Big Seller And Appealed To A Much Larger And Broader Audience. Over The Years, Sparks Has Experimented With Everything From Hard Rock To Euro-Disco. But Power Pop Is The Primary Focus Of Indiscreet, Which Went Down In History As One Of The Band's Best '70s Albums.” – Alex Henderson, All Music Guide... more details
 
Sparks - Hello Young Lovers Hello Young Lovers
Pop Colored Vinyl ITR131 In The Red
Out Of Print 2006 Limited Edition White Vinyl Pressing With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears New, Unplayed (Please Note: White Vinyl May Not Be As Quiet As Regular Vinyl). “Why It Is That After Years Or Even Decades Some Artists Continue To Thrill And Entertain While Others Just Burn Out Badly Is One Of Those Great Mysteries, But In The Example Of Ron And Russell Mael, Aka Sparks, They're Firmly In The Former Category. Hello Young Lovers Is Their 20th Studio Album In 35 Years, Not To Mention One Of Their Best. Following On From Their Enjoyable All-Classical Instrumentation Experiment, Lil' Beethoven, Sparks Take Their Cue Here From The Album's One Song That Added Full Rock Band Instrumentation To All The Strings, "Ugly Guys With Beautiful Girls." The Resulting Fusion On Hello Young Lovers -- With The Brothers And Drummer Tammy Glover Now Accompanied Full-Time By Former Touring Guitarist Dean Menta, Along With Redd Kross' Steve McDonald Guesting On Bass And Jim Wilson On Guitar -- Audibly Harks Back To The U.K. Glam Era Of The Band But Crucially Does Not Simply Replicate It.” – Ned Raggett, AMG... more details
 
Sparks - A Woofer In Tweeter's Clothing A Woofer In Tweeter's Clothing
Pop Used - LP BR 2110 Bearsville
Stunning 1972 White Label Promo Still In Shrink Wrap. Includes Bio Sheet Under Shrink On Back Cover And A Fold Out Poster. Vinyl Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Sparks - A Woofer In Tweeter's Clothing A Woofer In Tweeter's Clothing
Pop Used - LP BR 2110 Bearsville
1972 Original With Poster. Small Saw Notch. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Sparks - Kimono My House Kimono My House
Pop Used - LP ILPS 9272 Island
Beautiful 1974 Original. Their Best Album Featuring 12 Consistenyl Fine Tracks. Glam Rock Meets Andrew Lloyd Webber. Includes Their Often Overlooked Stunner, "Here In Heaven."... more details
 
Sparks - Seduction Of Ingmar Bergman Seduction Of Ingmar Bergman
Pop New - LP LBRV 4 Sparks
Factory Sealed, Very Limited 2009 2LP Gatefold Original.... more details
 
Sparks - Just Got Back From Heaven Just Got Back From Heaven
Pop New - 12 RNTW 70412 Rhino
Sealed 1989 12" Single. Features 5 Remixes Of The Title Track. Saw Cut.... more details
 
Sparks - Whomp That Sucker Whomp That Sucker
Pop New - LP CA 651 Crrere
Sealed 1981 Original French Pressing.... more details
 
Sparks - Kimono My House Kimono My House
Pop Used - LP ILPS 9272 Island
Stunning 1974 UK Pink Rimmed Palm Tree Label Original Housed In A Laminated Cover. Their Best Album Featuring 12 Consistently Fine Tracks. Glam Rock Meets Andrew Lloyd Webber. Includes Their Often Overlooked Stunner, "Here In Heaven." A-2U/B-1U Stampers.... more details
 
Sparks - A Woofer In Tweeter's Clothing A Woofer In Tweeter's Clothing
Pop New - LP BR 2110 Bearsville
Sealed 1972 White Label Promo. Includes Bio Sheet Under Shrink On Back Cover And A Fold Out Poster.... more details
 
Sparks - Interior Design Interior Design
Pop New - LP 70841 Rhino
Sealed, Hard To Find 1988 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Saw Cut.... more details
 
Sparks - Introducing Sparks Introducing Sparks
Pop Used - LP PC 34901 Columbia
1977 Original With Gold Promo Stamp On Back Cover. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 

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