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Disk: 1

  1. When I'm With You.
  2. Just Because You Love Me.
  3. Rock 'n' Roll People In A Disco World.
  4. When I'm With You (Instrumental).
  5. Young Girls.
  6. Noisy Boys.
  7. Stereo.
  8. The Greatest Show On Earth.

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Wer gerne selbst zu taktbetonten und beschwingten Popsongs, wie zu diesen der Sparks, mitgeht, sollte sich diese Album nicht entgehen lassen. Die Lieder sind zwar recht einfach gehalten und haben sich häufig wiederholende Refrains, sind aber daher zum Tanzen und Mitsingen (sofern man den Text kennt) geradezu bestens geeignet. Die relativ hohe Stimme von Ron und die Keyboardbegleitung von Russell geben der Musik den typischen Soundtouch der Sparks. Diese Scheibe ist, wie ich meine, eine der Besten aus älteren Zeiten der Sparks. Ich höre sie äußerst gerne. Mein Urteil: einfach aber perfekt!
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Amazon.com: 3.4 von 5 Sternen 10 Rezensionen
4.0 von 5 Sternen 40 years of quirky, oddball, intelligent, sarcastic rock and... Ummm... other stuff and still going strong! 16. August 2014
Von M. G. Kimmel - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verifizierter Kauf
Since the early/mid 70s I've pretty much loved everything Sparks has done. Here, with When I'm With You, Young Girls, Noisy Boys, and MY personal favorite - Rock and Roll People in a Disco World. I realized it's a terribly biased opinion, but you can't really go wrong with anything by Sparks. I like Kimono My House, Indiscreet, Big Beat, Dick Around, and Propaganda more, but this is very good too.

And what other band can tour the world (after having been around for 40 years) with just a keyboard (Ron Mael) and a vocalist (Russell Mael), call the tour 'Two Hands-One Mouth' and be a smashing success? You may not like this as much as some other Sparks releases, but you'll like it.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Number #2 in Heaven...? 30. Mai 2005
Von Jason - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Fans who are looking for a sequil to the SPARKS's ground-breaking 1979 album "NUMBER #1 in HEAVEN" will probably be disappointed by their 1980 follow-up ablum "TERMINAL JIVE." Both albums were produced by synthesizer-wizard Giorgio Moroder, but the results are as different as night and day.

Whereas "NUMBER #1 in HEAVEN" was spacey and surreal and truely inspired ( by "I Feel Love"), "TERMINAL JIVE" is a collection of radio-friendly pop songs, written and produced with record sales firmly in mind. The only thing they have in common is their smooth, polished, state-of-the-art sound. And it is a good-sounding, well-produced album. It reminds me of Donna Summer's "The WANDERER" album, which was also produced by Giorgio Moroder the same year.

Unfortunately, the songs themselves are not particularly interesting.

With the exception of the 2 versions of "When I'm With You" and "The Greatest Show on Earth,"

most of the songs would sound jarringly out of place on the "NUMBER #1 in HEAVEN" album, and visa-versa.

(Their later albums had better songs, but unfortunately without the smooth, polished production values.)

One can't completely fault them for making a bid for commercial success, considering that "NUMBER #1 in HEAVEN", for all it's originality and experimental edge, was not a commercially successful album. "TERMINAL JIVE" is not really a BAD album, and it does have a few bright moments, but it's not the SPARKS best work, and it's not exactly "NUMBER #2 in HEAVEN."
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Terminal Jive Turkey 15. Dezember 2010
Von D. K. Malone - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I loved Sparks in my youth, I was probably introduced to them when they performed Mickey Mouse on SNL circa 1981. Or maybe it was hearing I Predict on Dr. Demento or Tips For Teens on KROQ. (EDIT: recently discovered it was actually their performance in Rollercoaster, which I remember being traumatized by at the drive-in as a wee lad, though I paid no attention to Sparks at the time.) Anyway, I distinctly recall owning the LPs Whomp That Sucker, Angst In My Pants, and In Outer Space. For many, many years I've meant to check out their discography prior to those early 80s records, and now I've finally gotten around to it. Over the past couple of weeks I've been giving repeated listenings to everything from A Woofer In Tweeter's Clothing (1972) to Terminal Jive (1980). Rather than review them each individually, I will say that some albums I love from beginning to end (Kimono My House, Propaganda) some I thought were worthwhile even if they only had a few great songs (Woofer, Indiscreet, Big Beat, No. 1 In Heaven) and two I thought were completely forgettable with virtually nothing redeeming about them at all (Introducing Sparks, and especially Terminal Jive).

(Almost) any band who puts out a lot of albums over a long period of time is going to have some duds here and there. Terminal Jive is a major low point. It's missing everything I love the most about Sparks, i.e. catchy hooks and a big sense of humor. I wonder if "something" was going on behind the scenes at the time e.g. hitting rock bottom vis a vis drug addiction, something like that.

For the record, Angst In My Pants is still my personal pick for best Sparks album. Absolute classic.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Weak 24. September 2010
Von Clay C. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is among Sparks weakest albums by any measure. The fact it is the follow-up to a brilliant monster of a record (No. 1 in Heaven) makes it seem all the worse. When I'm With You was deservedly a smash hit in Europe, but there is precious little else worthy of anyone's time here. If you happen to be in the process of building a Sparks catalog, this should be among your very last acquisitions.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen SPARKS LOWEST PEAK 16. Januar 2004
Von F. M. Moses - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Though it is hard to give one of the greatest ignored bands a two-star rating..."Terminal Jive" is probably one of Sparks' most unlistenable albums. "When I'm With You" is a good intro to the album...danceable, rhythmic, & romantic. But, the rest of the album sounds a like score for some made for T.V. soundtrack. It is not what's expected as a follow up for the "No. 1 Song in Heaven," disco-rated Sparks, yet humorous & ball-sy. "Rock-n-roll People in a Disco World" reveals the album's theme, but album sounds flat overall. For Sparks fans...there's a few here you'll love & the album's worth purchasing. In fact, it's great to see the album availble in the U.S. for the first time ever! But for newcomers, this album is no go. Don't let this rating distract you from the #1 band in heaven! Sparks will have as big as a following as Led Zeppelin as soon as people stop listening with their eyes and start listening with their ears again!
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