To be fair, The Flirts weren't even really a band -- they were a creation of Bobby Orlando, a New York City based record producer. As a result, the members changed regularly (like every album). Think Menudo, but with pretty young women (for our younger readers, please replace "Menudo" with "Backstreet Boys" above.) Amazingly, they had a minor hit with "Jukebox," off the 1982 album 10 Cents a Dance. The video was played around every ten minutes on MTV for a while, for no apparent reason and no, I am not bitter about that at all.
At any rate, Bobby Orlando then put out a new Flirts album ever 2 weeks or so for most of the eighties, but sadly (yes, that is sarcasm) did not hit it big again.