Label: MCA Records - MCF 3039 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock
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Listen to this album and millions more. First month free. Flying Colors is the fifth studio album by the Canadian rock band Trooper, released in The album contained the hits "3 Dressed Up as a Nine", "Good Clean Fun" and "Janine", the latter of which became the band's highest charting single in their career history. The album would reach platinum certification in Canada. Reviews Review Policy. Hard Rock. Flag as inappropriate. See more. Under Heaven Over Hell. Greatest Hits.
The Greatest Hits. The album features two new studio tracks: "Andrea" and "Me Generation". Kim Mitchell. Queen City Kids. Don't Fight It. Red Rider. Don't Fight It sold more thancopies in Canada and earned Cochrane and Red Rider their first Gold album certification award and was later certified Platinum. Go Ahead And Sue Me - Trooper - Flying Colors United States version with a modified track list, Dutch - The Charles Owens Trio - A Day With Us Talkin' to Myself and reordering the other tracks, was released in The album was re-issued on CD July 29, Another newly remastered version was released in the UK in by Lemon Records.
The album reached number on Billboard's Pop Albums chart while "White Hot" reached number 20 on the Go Ahead And Sue Me - Trooper - Flying Colors charts and number 48 on the Pop Singles chart in and "Don't Fight It" reached number It also has a cult following on YouTube.
Trooper Albums. The album reached No. As ofit is the group's most recent album. The Last Of The Gypsies. The Last of the Gypsies is the eighth studio album by the Canadian rock band Trooper, released in on the band's self-owned Great Pacific Records label and distributed by Warner Music Canada.
It came after a six-year recording absence and was certified Gold in Canada. Thick As Thieves. Thick as Thieves is the fourth album by Canadian rock band Trooper, released in The album went platinum in their home country, and featured the group's only successful U.
Knock 'Em Dead Kid. Bassist Harry Kalensky was replaced by Doni Underhill prior to the recording this album, which was the group's first Canadian platinum certified album.