Propaganda is the fourth album by the American rock group Sparks. The album followed its predecessor Kimono My House by half a year and was a successful album in the UK and US. It reached on the UK Album Chart(which would remain their second highest album chart position in the UK for nearly 43 years until pushed down into third place by Hippopotamus in 2017) and on the Billboard 200 (and remains their highest peak in that country).
Spark of Life is an album by Polish jazz pianist and composer Marcin Wasilewski's Trio with saxophonist Joakim Milder recorded in 2014 and released on the ECM label. In JazzTimes Jeff Tamarkin wrote "Wasilewski and his compatriots habitually roll out one stately, even-tempered melody after the next, giving each plenty of simmer time before ultimately coming out the other side, regardless of what happens along the way, without having broken a sweat.
Cinchin' Saddles and Pullin' Bridle Reins 2006. Forty A Month And Found 1994. Disco On The Bayou 1987. Pop Wagner & Bob Bovee. Pop Wagner & Bob Bovee 2003. Pop Wagner and the Twin City Playboys. Honky Tonk Ranch 2008.
Spark of Life is a novel by Erich Maria Remarque, which appeared both in German (as Der Funke Leben) and in English in 1952. The novel is set in the fictional Mellern concentration/labor camp during the Holocaust. 509, whose real name is Friedrich Koller, is a political prisoner in a German concentration camp. He is about 45 to 50 years old. For ten years, he has persevered in the most hellish conditions. Deathly weak, he still has his wits about him and he senses that the end of the war is near
Electronic Body Music. SPARK! is a swedish EBM-duo located in the south of Sweden. CommunitySee all. 10,131 people like this. 10,208 people follow this.
Videos of the album This Is A Spark Of Life. Bastard Shit Bastard. Epilogue: Legions Of Dead Prepare For War. Every Horror Every Day. Fill My Mouth With Dirt.