Plagiarism

Plagiarism

by Sparks

CD

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Overview

Plagiarism

In the age of remixing, sampling and cut-and-paste record-making, leave it to Sparks to beat everyone to the punch and put the '90s spin on their own catalog before someone else did. Nineteen Sparks favorites are tackled here, including a super Hi-NRG version of "The Number One Song in Heaven" and a keenly orchestrated "This Town Ain't Big Enough for Both of Us," both delivered with a hand from their friends in opera-rock: Jimmy Somerville and Faith No More, respectively.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/22/1998
Label: Oglio Records
UPC: 0790058910924
catalogNumber: 89109

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Sparks   Primary Artist
Erasure   Track Performer
Faith No More   Track Performer
Jimmy Somerville   Vocals
Andrew Busher   Vocals
Dean Menta   Guitar
David Porter Thomas   Vocals
Tony Visconti   Conductor
Susan Flannery   Vocals
Michael Dore   Vocals
Metro Voices   Background Vocals
Karen Woodhouse   Vocals
Paul Phoenix   Vocals
Jenny O'Grady   Vocals

Technical Credits

Erasure   Producer
Faith No More   Producer
Rupert Coulson   Engineer
Chris Dibble   Engineer
Stephen Hague   Engineer
Eric Holland   Engineer
Ron Mael   Producer
Russell Mael   Producer,Engineer
John Thomas   Engineer
Tony Visconti   Arranger,Vocal Arrangements,Orchestral Arrangements
Nigel Godrich   Engineer
Mark Stagg   Engineer

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