Great deal , perfect record but corner bent on cover.
BW Hey Miss Betty
Born out of the Class Of ‘77’s New Wave-Punk explosion, The Flashcubes (Tommy Allen, Paul Armstrong, Gary Frenay, and Arty Lenin) were part of the power pop contingency whose main purpose was to salute ‘60s British Invasion pop (Beatles, Who, Kinks, Hollies and Searchers) along with the fleeting magic of early ‘70s legends (Raspberries, Big Star and Badfinger).
The Flashcubes may be the great lost power pop group of the 1970s. Formed in 1977 in the sleepy little city of Syracuse, NY, the Flashcubes combined their love for the timeless British Invasion rock 'n' roll of the Beatles, the Kinks, the Hollies and the Who with the high-energy sounds of the punk rockers just starting to make a big noise around that same time. Throw in a healthy reverence for classic power pop acts like Big Star and the Raspberries--and a healthy irreverence for everything else--and you've got a fair picture of what made the Flashcubes shine so brightly.