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Third Degree

Flying Colors

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1
The Loss Inside
Flying Colors
5:50
2
More
Flying Colors
7:09
3
Cadence
Flying Colors
7:40
4
Guardian
Flying Colors
7:10
5
Last Train Home
Flying Colors
10:31
6
Geronimo
Flying Colors
5:19
7
You Are Not Alone
Flying Colors
6:21
8
Love Letter
Flying Colors
5:09
9
Crawl
Flying Colors
11:14
Total Playing Time    66:23
Everyone's favorite prog supergroup returns!

Steve Morse, Mike Portnoy, Neal Morse, Dave LaRue and Casey McPherson, collectively known as Flying Colors soar to even loftier heights with Third Degree, their third studio album in a decade.

Third Degree builds upon the genre-bending momentum of 2012's self-titled Flying Colors and the aural-template ascension of 2014's Second Nature. From the skittery psychedelic/classical turnaround of the lead single "More" to the Beach Boys-meet-Asia vibe of "Love Letter" to the deep emotionality of the album-ending, prog-leaning epic "Crawl," the nine tracks that comprise Third Degree signify just how much Flying Colors are willing to explore new frontiers.
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