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Angst In My Pants


Download links and information about Angst In My Pants by Sparks. This album was released in 1982 and it belongs to Rock, Glam Rock, New Wave, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 36:06 minutes.

Artist: Sparks
Release date: 1982
Genre: Rock, Glam Rock, New Wave, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 11
Duration: 36:06
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No. Title Length
1. Angst In My Pants 3:29
2. I Predict 2:53
3. Sextown USA 3:00
4. Sherlock Holmes 3:37
5. Nicotina 3:29
6. Mickey Mouse 3:19
7. Moustache 3:32
8. Instant Weight Loss 3:29
9. Tarzan and Jane 3:20
10. The Decline and Fall of Me 2:59
11. Eaten By the Monster of Love 2:59



After ten albums in as many years, and after shifting gears from quirky rock to pure disco to new wave and back again, a reinvigorated Sparks returned to their rock roots with Angst in My Pants in 1982. The single from the album was “I Predict,” a fine enough number that undulates with cracking synths in a Robert Palmer kind of way, but which didn’t make much of an impression on radio. Maybe they should have released the hilarious and catchy title track first — which most casual fans know the album by — then followed it with “I Predict” or with the chunky and raucous “Eaten By the Monster of Love.” The charming Bay City Rollers-meets-Queen aesthetic of “The Decline and Fall of Me,” the martial pulse of “Tarzan and Jane,” and the daft celebration of facial hair on “Moustache” (“One hundred hairs make a man!”) are also well worth the price of admission. Shedding the tight glitter and polyester skin of their disco era proved to be a good thing in more ways than one: with more room to breathe, Russell Mael’s falsetto is especially impressive on “Nicotina,” and shows a new maturity with a more full-bodied sound throughout the album.