About the only thing missing from that glorious single back then was (say it with me) VINYL!!!! Well, we're going to fix that right now.
Morgan Shaughnessy announces the release of "Pretty Colored Lights" in glorious limited edition technicolor vinyl. Alright, technically not technicolor (that's a film process), but definitely color vinyl. Two colors, to be precise, red and green. What will I get? Should I get red? Should I get green? I want red. No, I want green. Wait. Red. Green. Red. Green. No, wait, uh....I don't know what I want. But I want it. Gimme, gimme, gimme, gimme. God, I love Christmas! Alright all you Christmas music obsessives, cover your ears, now, and let me talk to your significant other. Psst....you know your significant other wants this, right? (We do, we do!) Whichever one they order, you get 'em the other one. Alright, now, pretend to look bored, but pay attention to the details when I give 'em. They can uncover their ears now.
Ahem. OK, hey, we're back. Where was I? Oh, yeah. "Pretty Colored Lights" on limited edition color vinyl! Oh, and, hey, before I forget, the "B"-side is exclusive to this release. It's an instrumental version of my second favorite Morgan Shaughnessy song, "February Moon". This is a one time only pressing and, believe me, its very very limited. Originally, the color selection was going to be random, but I see they've added a color toggle. You do know how to toggle, right? Of course that's only going to work until one of the colors sells out, so you'd best get a move on if you've got a preference. Don't they look gorgeous? (They do, they do!) Stuffed rabbit giving you the raspberry not included with purchase. Order today! And keep checking in at Morgan's site and Facebook page for upcoming tour information.
I'm going to drop in the video for "February Moon" (the vocal version), here. It's a bit of a Jedi mind trick, really. It's a really awesome song and a really awesome video (especially for fans of stop motion animation, and I know you're out there). But I want the winter imagery on the back of your eyelids so that, when you get your vinyl, you'll always think of the instrumental as a Christmas song. I swear, its gonna work that way. You'll thank me later.