Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
Obscure Canadian Act
disco75 | State College, PA United States | 03/23/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Sticky Fingers is a Toronto studio act identical to the better known group THP Orchestra. Same players, vocalists, and producers. It is also closely related to the group Southern Exposure-- only the vocalists differ. This album was originally released in 1978 and features the Duncan Sisters on vocals. Despite the cheesy cover photo (a trademark of the projects coming out of Three Hats Productions), this album is the strongest of all of these acts. The songwriting is more polished, the arrangements more sophisticated, the singing more soulful. The sisters Duncan acquit themselves very well, with choral-style vocal arrangements. The project feels remarkably like soulful New York disco. Although the Rose Royce-esque "Party Song" was the track that made a small dent on the Disco Top 40 charts, "Wastin' My Love" and "Takin' A Chance" are even better, bringing to mind the group Change with a bit more attitude. Definitely recommended for fans of disco and dance music."