J-Church* ‎– Amarillo, Azul Y Verde

Munster Records ‎– 7070, Rumble Records (4) ‎– none
Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM

Companies, etc.


"Yellow, Blue And Green" credited as B on label.

"What Could I Have Done" credited as A1 on label.

"Made Life Simple" credited as A2 on label.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Etched): 7070-A০
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Etched): 7070-B০
  • Rights Society: BMI



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December 13, 2014
From Lance's original J Church site: "Oh my god! How do I explain this one? Before we went to Europe, this guy named Pablo wrote to me about doing a Cringer single. I told him that we had broken up but that J Church would love to do something. He thought that was great and then started pressuring us to do a split album with Upright Citizens or something like that. Of course, we weren't into it and told him that we would only do it if he sent us a bunch of money in advance to do the recording. A proper recording would cost $1500 at least. Anyway, we finally whittled it down to a three song 7". We sent the artwork and the DAT and nothing ever happened. Years later, Sean at Rugger Bugger asks me about our new single from Spain. What? It didn't take very long to realise that Pablo, for some strange reason, finally decided to put the single out via Munster records."