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Sparks – “Music That You Can Dance To” – (1986)

Music That You Can Dance To

Music That You Can Dance To, released 1986, was the group’s most dance music inspired album since 1979’s No. 1 In Heaven. The overall sound of the album was dominated by synthesizers and sequencers like the 1979 album but it differed from that release by the inclusion of the heavily distorted bass guitar of Leslie Bohem, and the emphasis on discordant sound effects. “Music That You Can Dance To”, “Fingertips” and “The Scene” represent some of Sparks‘ most Hi-NRG dance music leanings.

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