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The Bars - Black Flag - Slip It In (CD, Album)

  1. Tojagul

    Slip It In followed My War almost immediately, and while a bit better (fewer mega-volume angst drones), the band still wanders a bit, experimenting with expanding the breadth of hardcore into a newer hard rock/punk sound. This is especially true of Greg Ginn's guitar playing, which was becoming increasingly avant-garde and exciting. Rather than simply coughing up one clichéd Price: $
  2. Mazugal

    SST Formats: LP, CD Released: December Recorded: August 26, Length:
  3. Yot

    Mar 19,  · Black Flag is on fire all over this one. It's like 2 Side As of My war.. Rawkus and blistering. Great songs like "Slip It In", "Black Coffee" and "The Bars", a crazy instrumental (Obliteration) and a jammed out "You're Not Evil" make this one of Black Flag's most consistent (and probably their best) LPs/5().
  4. Mogul

    The enthusiastic chug of “Black Coffee,” the bizarre struggle of “Obliteration,” the faux-metal crunch of “The Bars,” the deafening feedback of the hardcore revisit of “My Ghetto” and the epic boogie of the seven-minute “You’re Not Evil” comprise tunes that often slip under the radar but are among the most potent in the.
  5. Faegis

    Similar to Black Flag - Slip It In but earlier release without SID codes Recorded at Total Access, Redondo Beach, California. Cover drawing © Raymond Pettibon Ⓡ SST Records © Cesstone Music (BMI)/5(4).
  6. Meramar

    Damaged is raw Black Flag (as if any of their other was NOT raw haha) and probably my favorite material. Hi energy, and great to listen to during intense mountain bike rides up a grueling hill. If you are unfamiliar with the old-school Hardcore Punk genre and want to experiment, this CD/Album is a must for that trial collection/5().
  7. Jubei

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Slip It In on Discogs. Label: SST Records - SST-CD • Format: CD Album, Reissue • /5(9).
  8. Vulmaran

    Jan 01,  · Man, this just sucked, or so I thought. So I grabbed ahold of my old Black Flag albums, along with D.R.I. (before they became a metal band), Wasted Youth, Verbal Abuse, M.D.C., Free Beer, etc. But NOW I realize that the mid's era Black Flag was actually brilliant, and Live '84 showcases a band that was way ahead of it's time in a lot of ways/5(24).

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