Sunday, January 17, 2016

Flash And The Pan: Flash And The Pan (1979)

The first Flash And The Pan record I heard was their second LP, entitled Lights in the Night. The first record has the same odd sound and unusual spoken-word delivery. It's mystifying to me that this record has no monetary value. You can find copies in $1 bins everywhere. Surely, it's better than that. Why is it that Thriller sold in the millions, and the price tag on used copies of that record approaches $20. Don't get me started on resale pricing for Fleetwood Mac's Rumours and Springsteen's Born in the USA.

In other words, if you see a copy of this record for $1, you should pick it up.

No comments: