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FUGAZI
LAST DRUMMER
BLACK FLAG SHOW
UNICORN RECORDS
BLACK FLAG FANS
ANARCHIST DEMONSTRATION
SINGER HENRY ROLLINS
ALBUM SOULS
GREEN ANARCHISM GREEN
DUKOWSKI
AMERICAN HARDCORE BANDS
AMERICAN HARDCORE PUNK BAND BLACK FLAG
RON REYES
CHUCK DUKOWSKI
BLACK FLAG SONG
NAME
EARLIER
PERIOD
DRUMS
RISE
DEMISE
APPENDIX
EAST COAST
GUITARIST
BASSIST
INFLUENCES
TOUR
FALL
GUITAR
YELLOW
RED
EUROPE
FOUNDING MEMBER
YEAR
CONCLUSIVE
ADOLESCENTS
CHECKERED FLAG
RECORD
RECORDS
CAR
MORRIS
PANIC
ALBUM
SYMBOL
RACE
SCHUMACHER
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Definitions

  1. Black Flag was an early hardcore punk band, but on this EP they are more punk than hardcore. (Web site)
  2. Black Flag was an American punk rock band formed in 1976 in Hermosa Beach, California. (Web site)
  3. Black Flag, the Minutemen, the Meat Puppets, bands on the SST label from Southern California, they would come through. (Web site)
  4. A black flag is used to indicate penalties.
  5. Black Flag was a flash of brilliance in the early L.A. hardcore scene.

Fugazi

  1. I have to add Black Flag and X. For straight edge, definitely Fugazi.

Last Drummer

  1. Anthony Martinez was the last drummer to play with Black Flag.

Black Flag Show

  1. But hey, I could have been in St. Louis trying to kill time on a Friday night instead of being bummed out at a Black Flag show. (Web site)

Unicorn Records

  1. After Unicorn Records declared bankruptcy, Black Flag were released from the injunction, and returned with a vengeance, starting with the release of My War. (Web site)

Black Flag Fans

  1. This album followed the album Loose Nut and was discredited by many Black Flag fans for sounding much different than their earlier work.
  2. Some Black Flag fans cite this lineup as the best in the band's history, and some consider these recordings to be among the band's best.

Anarchist Demonstration

  1. Paul Avrich reports that on November 27, 1884, the black flag was displayed in Chicago at an Anarchist demonstration.

Singer Henry Rollins

  1. Just before Black Flag began their 1984 tour, while the band battled to end ties with Unicorn Records, singer Henry Rollins began building muscle. (Web site)

Album Souls

  1. Black Flag influenced post-metal band Neurosis, who on their album Souls at Zero pursued a slower, sludgy direction similar to the My War album.

Green Anarchism Green

  1. Green anarchism Main article: Green anarchism Green and black flag of Green Anarchism. (Web site)

Dukowski

  1. After Black Flag, Dukowski continued to play in Wurm, SST "supergroup" October Faction, and formed his own band SWA in 1985 with Merrill Ward of Overkill. (Web site)

American Hardcore Bands

  1. American hardcore bands that visited the UK (such as Black Flag and U.S. Chaos in 1981-1982) encountered equally ambivalent attitudes.

American Hardcore Punk Band Black Flag

  1. My War is the second full length album by American hardcore punk band Black Flag.

Ron Reyes

  1. Black Flag recruited fan Chavo Pederast A.K.A. Ron Reyes, who was in the band only briefly before quitting mid-performance. (Web site)

Chuck Dukowski

  1. Chuck Dukowski is the world renowned bass player and founder of The CD6. He was the original bassist for Black Flag [he was on the the first six releases].
  2. Eat My Life is the debut release by the Chuck Dukowski Sextet, led by founding and former bassist of Black Flag, Chuck Dukowski.

Black Flag Song

  1. The Black Flag song "TV Party" appears on a Futurama episode Bender Should Not Be Allowed On TV where parts of the song lyrics are sung by Futurama cast.
  2. Greg Ginn (AKA the SST record label) decided he didn't want his name, or the Black Flag song, to be used. (Web site)

Name

  1. Until the matter was sorted out, the band were prevented by a court injunction from using the name "Black Flag" on any recordings. (Web site)
  2. Black Flag began making a name for itself in the Hollywood scene by playing a series of gigs at local clubs that summer. (Web site)
  3. The name was suggested by Ginn's brother, Raymond Pettibon, who also designed the band's logo: A stylized black flag represented as four black bars. (Web site)

Earlier

  1. Rollins had earlier sung with Black Flag. (Web site)
  2. Rollins had sung earlier with California-based punk legends Black Flag.

Period

  1. Some performers, Black Flag, the Birthday Party, and the early period of Black Dice, for example, also physically assaulted audience members, on occasion.

Drums

  1. Chavo Pederast) on drums, the band's first gig was opening for Black Flag.

Rise

  1. Rise Against also does a cover of the Black Flag song "Fix Me" in the video game Tony Hawk's American Wasteland.

Demise

  1. The label grew to sign other bands, and became a well-known independent label that lasted for years past the demise of Black Flag. (Web site)

Appendix

  1. We would like to point out that this appendix is partly based on Jason Wehling's 1995 essay Anarchism and the History of the Black Flag.

East Coast

  1. Black Flag and D.O.A. stitch together national tours, while the biggest splash is the east coast return of Dead Kennedys. (Web site)
  2. When Black Flag toured the East coast, playing Washington D.C. and New York City, Rollins attended as many performances as he could. (Web site)

Guitarist

  1. SST's roster was further diminished by the 1985 demise of the Minutemen (the result of the death of guitarist D. Boon) and the 1986 breakup of Black Flag.

Bassist

  1. Watt and Roessler met not long after Roessler replaced Chuck Dukowski as the bassist of Black Flag in 1983. (Web site)

Influences

  1. Mudhoney's Steve Turner says that Black Flag 's 1984 record My War and its supporting tours were major influences on many Seattle bands. (Web site)

Tour

  1. In late December 1981 he played a few concerts with Black Flag because their drummer ROBO was detained in England after a tour there.
  2. By the release of 1980's Jealous Again, Black Flag had begun to tour the U.S. relentlessly, building up a small, but dedicated, following of fans.

Fall

  1. Brian Migdol was the second drummer for Black Flag, from the summer of 1977 to the fall of 1978.
  2. Brian Migdol was the original drummer for Black Flag, from 1976 to the fall of 1978.

Guitar

  1. With the addition of friends Greg Hetson and Dave Keller on guitar and John Stielow on drums, the band's first gig was opening for Black Flag. (Web site)
  2. Guitarist and leader Greg Ginn felt Black Flag did not need more than one guitar.

Yellow

  1. The city of München [ Munich] has a yellow over black flag and banner, and a lozenges yellow and black flag or banner.

Red

  1. Catching sight of the red and black flag of anarchism, I realized I had fallen in with the hardcore antiglobalization gang. (Web site)

Europe

  1. Through seemingly-constant touring throughout the United States and Canada, and occasionally Europe, Black Flag established an extremely dedicated fan base.

Founding Member

  1. Chuck Dukowski was a founding member and original bass player for Black Flag.

Year

  1. A year previous, the then-fifteen year old Gardner had performed backing vocals on the Black Flag song " Slip It In ".

Conclusive

  1. It appears obvious (though not conclusive) that this is the period that the black flag bonded with Anarchism. (Web site)

Adolescents

  1. Said to be the original hardcore band, these guys had influence on such bands as Black Flag, Adolescents (almost sounds exactally like the first Adol.

Checkered Flag

  1. No they gave the black flag to Ricky Rudd as he came past the start finish line, and they waved the checkered flag at Davey Allison.

Record

  1. He went on to record with Black Flag on several of their albums until 1985.
  2. Plot Outline - A record of the 1984 concert tour of the United Kingdom by the rock band Black Flag.

Records

  1. For the next two years, the band was prevented from using the name Black Flag or their logo on any records.
  2. This was the beginning of a legal dispute that would, for a period a few years later, disallow Black Flag from using their own name on any records.
  3. The first references to a black flag are contained in records of privateering actions dated 1697. (Web site)

Car

  1. In NASCAR, once this flag is displayed, the car is not scored again until it answers the black flag by pitting.
  2. In the case of the Driver Violating the Rules, no work may be performed on a Car during the execution of a black flag penalty.

Morris

  1. It featured some songs that Morris had written while in Black Flag (Black Flag claimed the songs were "theirs") and one song Hetson wrote the music to.

Panic

  1. The seeds of Black Flag were planted in 1976, when guitarist Greg Ginn formed a band called Panic with singer Keith Morris. (Web site)
  2. When the band discovered that another band called Panic existed, Pettibon suggested the name Black Flag and designed their distinctive "four bars" logo.

Album

  1. Two songs on the album, "Wasted" and "Don't Care", were originally songs Morris had co-written and performed with Black Flag.
  2. With Rollins on board, Black Flag began work on their first full length album. (Web site)
  3. Loose Nut is an album released in 1985 by Black Flag on SST Records.

Symbol

  1. This, of course, fits perfectly with the use of the Black Flag as a symbol of workers' resistance by anarchism, a political expression of that resistance.
  2. Another symbol commonly used in certain parts of the anarchist movement, and bearing strong resemblance with the black flag, is the black-and-red flag. (Web site)

Race

  1. The race bans were a result of not adhering to a black flag (driver disqualified) at Silverstone that year. (Web site)
  2. After winning the race, he held a black flag with the number 3 to honor the late Dale Earnhardt. (Web site)

Schumacher

  1. Schumacher was disqualified from that race and banned for two further races for overtaking during the formation lap and ignoring a black flag.

Categories

  1. Minutemen
  2. Bands
  3. Society > Movements > Political Movements > Anarchism
  4. Movements > Political Movements > Anarchism > Anarchists
  5. Descendents

Subcategories

Chuck Dukowski
Dez Cadena
Henry Rollins
Keith Morris
Robo

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