Over the years we've received so many emails inquiring about FLYING COLOR that we decided to ask our good friends at Munster in Spain if they had any copies of CDs left. Frontier released their debut album in 1987 side by side with AMC's "Engine" as a result of a P&D with Grifter Records in San Francisco. Though we always thought the record was a classic, the license deal ended and we haven't had any stock since approximately 1991. Meanwhile word kept spreading via the web that Flying Color's debut and only LP is nothing short of a pop classic, growing ever more hallowed due to its unavailability. Turns out Munster had a couple boxes of the CDs left (their version has been out of print for years as well) so we snapped up their deadstock and are offering them at the completely insane price of $10, and yes, that includes postage to your house, even if you live in Iceland.
If you're in love with the timeless, melancholy pop of the Left Banke, the Merry-Go-Round, Buffalo Springfield, Beachwood Sparks, the Lilys (you better!) or the Shins, you will forever thank us for giving you one last chance to pick up this classic record for a civil price.
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