the occurrence of a small flash or spark
Composition producing sparks that are ejected from the burning star and then proceed to split into finer sparks.
Stars only flash once.
A tail effect that contains flashes of light and small explosive bursts lasting several seconds.
Glitter is a film similar to Mariah's life story. Mariah plays the role of a young singer who is eager to become a big star. She dates a DJ who helps her get into the music business.
Glitter was an album released in 1972 by British glam rock singer Gary Glitter, produced by Bell Records. Two tracks, I Didn't Know I Loved You ('Til I Saw You Rock 'N' Roll) and Rock 'N' Roll, the latter a song in two parts, achieved success as singles; each spent time amongst the top forty singles in both the United States and the United Kingdom.
Glitter is a soundtrack album and the seventh studio album by American singer-songwriter Mariah Carey, recorded for the film Glitter and released by Virgin Records in the United States on September 11 2001 (see 2001 in music). It was a commercial failure compared to Carey's previous albums, and professional reviews either praised her for the new territories she explored (Rolling Stone declared it "a big step forward in terms of maturity for one of pop music's eternal kids ... [it] sure beats the hell out of Moulin Rouge's "Lady Marmalade"" and gave it a three-star review) or criticized it as a disconcerting departure. Reviews by Amazon.com and Yahoo.Launch.com praised Glitter as one of Carey's best efforts.