Originally released in 1976, Corrected Slogans presents the first audible stirrings of Red Crayola since their 1968 God Bless the Red Crayola and All Who Sail With It. In the intervening years, Mayo Thompson made what has been hailed as the finest album in the history of rock music (Corky's Debt To His Father), moved from Texas to NY, and began to collaborate with the group of artists known collectively as Art & Language. As a provisional propaganda piece, Corrected Slogans is rancorously, unabashedly, and gloriously wordy. It's work-driven quality most closely recalls Kangaroo? (the next Crayola collaboration with Art & Language). While Kangaroo? was a pop album, Corrected Slogans takes a sparse acoustic setting, allowing the many voices of the Art & Language troop to represent a socialist-style collective voice of the common man.