Corrected Slogans was first pressed by Art & Language and The Red Crayola in 1976 and the first documented appearance of the latter on LP since 1968. The only review it received at the time was by Glenn O'Brian in Interview magazine; his response was a positive one, though he found the material ironic. By the time the album was made available to the public, it was clear that The Red Crayola would continue with Jesse Chamberlain joining Mayo Thompson. This was the start of five years of steady activity. Corrected Slogans was repressed on the UK label Recommended Records in 1981. Drag City reissued it for the first time on CD in 1997. Now that its been 20 years since the most recent of these records was issued, it's time for all those who sail the way of The Red Krayola to have a copy to spin again - at going market rates, of course.