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good impression

I really like these guys and believe they're getting better and better. My one criticism is that many of their riffs sound like a "good impression" of other artists. However, I love the two big tracks from this album, "Talking Like I'm Falling Down Stairs" & "China". Keep churning out the music lads... I'll be listening.

Oh Yes! 

Fab! Beautiful voice ... So thanks Rockwiz for introducing me to 'Mary' and Alex and this great band. I'm hooked  Some echoes of the Triffids' David McComb in Something I Couldn't Finish?.


A fantastic album. Great stuff by Sparkadia. There are some great hits in there such as Mary and China, and the songs are all great. Two thumbs up!


Formed: 2004 in Sydney, Australia

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

A Sydney, Australia-born (2004) band, Sparkadia were originally the brainchild of vocalist Alex Burnett and drummer David Hall. The group eventually expanded its roster, adding Tiffany Preece on guitars and vocals and Nick Rabone on bass. In its early days, the band caught the ear of Ark Records, which signed the band soon after. The group's demos worked their way through the channels, and soon Sparkadia had lined up a collaboration with British producer Ben Hiller. Their first release, the Things...
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