Just like Sphinx, another of Euro-disco maker Alec R. Costandinos’ one-off tasks, Sumeria finds the person most widely known for his dancefloor-oriented offerings as Like & Kisses discovering more conceptual place. Rather than searching back to historic Egyptian mythology as he do with Sphinx or traditional books as he do on his self-attributed Romeo and Juliet and Hunchback of Notre Dame albums, Costandinos rather looks toward modern mythology for Sumeria. The group’s one recording, Golden Tears, loosely explores contemporary identification in the past due ’70s without ever shifting too far in the dancefloor. Documented in July 1978 at Ferber Studios in Paris, Golden Tears is normally notable to be among the hardly any Costandinos projects not really created at Trident Studios in London. non-etheless, it’s still a fairly typical offering, offering lots of the same vocalists that caused Costandinos in Like & Kisses — Stephanie de Sykes, Sunny Leslie, Sue Glover — and some from the same music artists, with Don Ray managing arrangements. The record was nowhere near as commercially effective as the preceding Romeo and Juliet record or the DJ-friendly Appreciate & Kisses produces, but it do get released over the high-profile Casablanca label, which ensured some see.