FUNNY MONEY's 'Back Again' Re-Released On Super-Limited Colored Vinyl

"Back Again", the 1999 sophomore album from FUNNY MONEY — the Maryland-based rock act featuring KIX frontman Steve Whiteman and drummer Jimmy Chalfant — has been reissued on super-limited colored vinyl via Heavy Metal Museum Records.

Total pressing of 500 pieces , hand-numbered limited edition:

* 001-100 Green Vinyl - Pink Splatter
* 101-200 Green Vinyl - Black Splatter
* 201-300 Green vinyl - Solid Green
* 301-400 Green vinyl - Halloween Orange Splatter
* 401-500 Green Vinyl - Red Splatter

The albums can be found at the Heavy Metal Museum Records eBay store. Available individually or save $10 on the complete set.

Perris Records in 2007 re-released FUNNY MONEY's two albums "Stick It!" (2006) and "Funny Money" (1996). The reissued self-titled debut CD featured a previously unreleased bonus track mixed by mega-hit rock producer Beau Hill (RATT, WARRANT, WINGER, ALICE COOPER, etc.).

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