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|Released||4 September 1979|
|Genre||Rock, hard rock|
Flying Colors is the fifth studio album by the Canadian rock band Trooper, released in 1979. 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.
All songs by McGuire/Smith except where noted.
1. "3 Dressed Up as a 9" (4:41)
2. "All Day and All of the Night" (Ray Davies) (3:08)
3. "Go Ahead and Sue Me" (4:20)
4. "Quiet Desperation" (Stewart/Underhill/Ludwig) (4:25)
5. "She's So Sweet" (3:35)
6. "Mr Big" (Stewart/Underhill/Ludwig) (3:21)
7. "Janine" (4:09)
8. "Back to You" (Ludwig) (4:09)
9. "Good Clean Fun" (4:45)
10. "Drive Away" (3:41)
|Canada Top Albums/CDs ( RPM )||11|
|Canada Top Albums/CDs ( RPM )||28|
In 1979, the album was certified platinum by Music Canada.
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