Corrected Slogans is a studio album collaboration between experimental rock band Red Krayola and Conceptual art group Art & Language, released in 1976 through the publisher Music-Language. The album was adopted by Drag City, and was re-issued on CD in 1997.

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  • Corrected Slogans is a studio album collaboration between experimental rock band Red Krayola and Conceptual art group Art & Language, released in 1976 through the publisher Music-Language. The album was adopted by Drag City, and was re-issued on CD in 1997. (en)
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  • Michael Baldwin, Philip Pilkington, and Mayo Thompson
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  • Corrected Slogans
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  • History
  • Maharashtra
  • An Exemplification
  • An Harangue
  • Coleridge vs Martineau
  • Don't Talk to Sociologists...
  • Ergastulum
  • Imagination I & II
  • It's an Illusion
  • Keep All Your Friends
  • Louis Napoleon
  • Natura Facit Saltus
  • Penny Capitalists
  • Petrichenko
  • Plekhanov
  • Postscript to SDS' Infiltration
  • Seven Compartments
  • The Mistakes of Trotsky... Thesmophoriazusae
  • War Dance I & II
  • What Are the Inexpensive Things the Panel Most Enjoys? ... An International
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  • Corrected Slogans is a studio album collaboration between experimental rock band Red Krayola and Conceptual art group Art & Language, released in 1976 through the publisher Music-Language. The album was adopted by Drag City, and was re-issued on CD in 1997. (en)
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  • Corrected Slogans (en)
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