Firefall

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Firefall - Luna Sea Luna Sea
Pop Used - LP SD 19101 Atlantic
Mint 1977 Original In Shrink Wrap. Custom Inner sleeve.... more details
 
Firefall - Mirror Of The World Mirror Of The World
Pop New - LP 80120 Atlantic
Sealed 1983 Original. Small Saw-Cut.... more details
 
Firefall - Best Of Firefall Best Of Firefall
Pop New - LP SD 19316 Atlantic
Sealed, Rare 1981 Original. Small Clean Cut Out Hole. First Copy We Have Seen In Ten Years.... more details
 
Firefall - Firefall Firefall
Pop New - LP SD 18174 Atlantic
Sealed 1976 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. “Given Firefall's Pedigree Of Former Spirit And Flying Burrito Brothers Members, It May Seem That The Group Would Have Been A Little More Adventurous Than The Band That Gave Us The Soft Rock Classic "You Are The Woman." Thing Is, They Were — The Song Was Just So Successful, It's Overshadowed The Fact That Their 1976's Eponymous Debut Was A Varied, Satisfying Record. Yes, Most Of It Was Within The Province Of Mellow Californian Soft Rock, But They Do Display Their Country-Rock Roots, Along With Some Searching Musicality Throughout The Record. And While A Couple Of The Songs Coast By On Sound, They Could Also Craft A Good Tune, With The Singles "Livin' Ain't Livin'" And "Cinderella" Standing Proudly Alongside "You Are The Woman." It's A Fine, Understated Country-Rock Debut That Remains One Of The More Underrated Items Of Its Kind — It Holds Its Own Next To Poco, Pure Prairie League, And The Eagles.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Firefall - Luna Sea Luna Sea
Pop New - LP SD 19101 Atlantic
Sealed 1977 Original. “After Introducing Their Mild, Country-Rock Charm With 1976's Firefall, Rick Roberts And The Band Were Right Back At It A Year Later With Luna Sea. Following In The Footsteps Of Their Debut Release, Luna Sea Attached The Same Type Of Silky Harmonies To Light, Breezy Acoustics Which Confirmed The Band's Comfortable Residence In Their Genre. Although Firefall's First Album Contained Three Hit Singles (Two Of Them Making The Top 40), Luna Sea Has Roberts Fully Revealing The Influences That The Flying Burrito Brothers Had On Him During His Stint With The Group. Like Their First Album, Luna Sea Went Gold, And It Netted Them A Number 11 Hit With The Glistening "Just Remember I Love You," With Timothy B. Schmit Helping Out On Background Vocals. "So Long" Was Also A Minor Hit, While The Rest Of The Tracks Are Made Up Of Typical Love Song Material That Draw More Attention From Their Smooth AM Sound Than Their Actual Lyrics.” – Mike Degagne, AMG... more details
 
Firefall - Luna Sea Luna Sea
Pop New - LP SD 19101 Atlantic
Sealed 1977 Original. Saw Cut.... more details
 
Firefall - Clouds Across The Sun Clouds Across The Sun
Pop New - LP SD 16024 Atlantic
Sealed 1980 Original. Very Small Divot On Back Corner Of Jacket, Hence Price.... more details
 
Firefall - Break Of Dawn Break Of Dawn
Pop New - LP 80017 Atlantic
Sealed 1982 Original.... more details
 
Firefall - Elan Elan
Pop New - LP SD 19183 Atlantic
Sealed 1978 Original. Saw Cut.... more details
 
Firefall - Elan Elan
Pop New - LP SD 19183 Atlantic
Sealed 1978 Original With Custom Hype Sticker. Saw Cut.... more details
 
Firefall - Elan Elan
Pop New - LP SD 19183 Atlantic
Sealed 1978 Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Firefall - Clouds Across The Sun Clouds Across The Sun
Pop New - LP SD 16024 Atlantic
Sealed 1980 Original. Small Saw Cut.... more details
 
Firefall - Firefall Firefall
Pop New - LP SD 18174 Atlantic
Sealed 1976 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Saw Cut. “Given Firefall's Pedigree Of Former Spirit And Flying Burrito Brothers Members, It May Seem That The Group Would Have Been A Little More Adventurous Than The Band That Gave Us The Soft Rock Classic "You Are The Woman." Thing Is, They Were — The Song Was Just So Successful, It's Overshadowed The Fact That Their 1976's Eponymous Debut Was A Varied, Satisfying Record. Yes, Most Of It Was Within The Province Of Mellow Californian Soft Rock, But They Do Display Their Country-Rock Roots, Along With Some Searching Musicality Throughout The Record. And While A Couple Of The Songs Coast By On Sound, They Could Also Craft A Good Tune, With The Singles "Livin' Ain't Livin'" And "Cinderella" Standing Proudly Alongside "You Are The Woman." It's A Fine, Understated Country-Rock Debut That Remains One Of The More Underrated Items Of Its Kind — It Holds Its Own Next To Poco, Pure Prairie League, And The Eagles.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Firefall - Luna Sea Luna Sea
Pop New - LP SD 19101 Atlantic
Sealed 1977 Original With Custom "Just Remember I Love You" Hype Sticker And Promo Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Cut Out Hole. “After Introducing Their Mild, Country-Rock Charm With 1976's Firefall, Rick Roberts And The Band Were Right Back At It A Year Later With Luna Sea. Following In The Footsteps Of Their Debut Release, Luna Sea Attached The Same Type Of Silky Harmonies To Light, Breezy Acoustics Which Confirmed The Band's Comfortable Residence In Their Genre. Although Firefall's First Album Contained Three Hit Singles (Two Of Them Making The Top 40), Luna Sea Has Roberts Fully Revealing The Influences That The Flying Burrito Brothers Had On Him During His Stint With The Group. Like Their First Album, Luna Sea Went Gold, And It Netted Them A Number 11 Hit With The Glistening "Just Remember I Love You," With Timothy B. Schmit Helping Out On Background Vocals. "So Long" Was Also A Minor Hit, While The Rest Of The Tracks Are Made Up Of Typical Love Song Material That Draw More Attention From Their Smooth AM Sound Than Their Actual Lyrics.” – Mike Degagne, AMG... more details
 
Firefall - Firefall Firefall
Pop New - LP SD 19125 Atlantic
Sealed 1976 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. “Given Firefall's Pedigree Of Former Spirit And Flying Burrito Brothers Members, It May Seem That The Group Would Have Been A Little More Adventurous Than The Band That Gave Us The Soft Rock Classic "You Are The Woman." Thing Is, They Were — The Song Was Just So Successful, It's Overshadowed The Fact That Their 1976's Eponymous Debut Was A Varied, Satisfying Record. Yes, Most Of It Was Within The Province Of Mellow Californian Soft Rock, But They Do Display Their Country-Rock Roots, Along With Some Searching Musicality Throughout The Record. And While A Couple Of The Songs Coast By On Sound, They Could Also Craft A Good Tune, With The Singles "Livin' Ain't Livin'" And "Cinderella" Standing Proudly Alongside "You Are The Woman." It's A Fine, Understated Country-Rock Debut That Remains One Of The More Underrated Items Of Its Kind — It Holds Its Own Next To Poco, Pure Prairie League, And The Eagles.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 

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