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Goodbye, England...back to America.,
This review is from: Indiscreet (Audio CD)
Released in early Winter, 1975, this is one of those Sparks albums that demands...and gets...five stars. The final hurrah of the band as a group in the truest sense of the word, the brothers ditched Dinky and co. and headed back to America after this album. Although not as well received as the previous two `English` albums, there are some amazing songs on here. Ron Mael`s heart must have been broken by the poor sales, considering some of the stuff he was up against, and the effort he put into the tracks. Tony Visconti produced it, rather than Muff Winwood and it shows. Not necessarily in a bad way though. The contrast between for instance, `In The Future` and `Miss The Start, Miss The End`, couldn`t be greater, each uniquely Sparks and equally fabulous.