Flyin' the Flannel

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Flyin' the Flannel
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Studio album by Firehose
Released April 23, 1991
Recorded January 21–30, 1991
Length 41:19
Label Columbia
Producer Paul Q. Kolderie, Firehose
Firehose chronology
Flyin' the Flannel
Mr. Machinery Operator
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3.5/5 stars [1]

Flyin' the Flannel is the fourth album by the American alternative rock band Firehose, released in 1991, and the band's first album after signing with the major label Columbia Records. It is considerably different in sound from its predecessor, Fromohio.[citation needed] In 2014, the album placed fifth on the Alternative Nation site's "Top 10 Underrated 90’s Alternative Rock Albums" list.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Down with the Bass"
  2. "Up Finnegan's Ladder"
  3. "Can't Believe"
  4. "Walking the Cow" (Daniel Johnston)
  5. "Flyin' the Flannel"
  6. "Epoxy, for Example"
  7. "O'er the Town of Pedro"
  8. "Too Long"
  9. "The First Cuss"
  10. "Anti-misogyny Maneuver"
  11. "Toolin'"
  12. "Song for Dave Alvin"
  13. "Tien an Man Dream Again"
  14. "Lost Colors"
  15. "Towin' the Line"
  16. "Losers, Boozers and Heroes"


  1. ^ Greg Prato (1991-04-23). "Flyin' the Flannel - fIREHOSE | Songs, Reviews, Credits". AllMusic. Retrieved 2015-11-20. 
  2. ^ Prato, Greg (2014-10-02). "Top 10 Underrated Alternative Rock Albums Of The '90s". Retrieved 2015-11-20.