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- Black Flag was an early hardcore punk band, but on this EP they are more punk than hardcore.
- Black Flag was an American punk rock band formed in 1976 in Hermosa Beach, California.
- Black Flag, the Minutemen, the Meat Puppets, bands on the SST label from Southern California, they would come through.
- A black flag is used to indicate penalties.
- Black Flag was a flash of brilliance in the early L.A. hardcore scene.
- I have to add Black Flag and X. For straight edge, definitely Fugazi.
- Anthony Martinez was the last drummer to play with Black Flag.
- 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.
- After Unicorn Records declared bankruptcy, Black Flag were released from the injunction, and returned with a vengeance, starting with the release of My War.
- This album followed the album Loose Nut and was discredited by many Black Flag fans for sounding much different than their earlier work.
- 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.
- Paul Avrich reports that on November 27, 1884, the black flag was displayed in Chicago at an Anarchist demonstration.
- Just before Black Flag began their 1984 tour, while the band battled to end ties with Unicorn Records, singer Henry Rollins began building muscle.
- 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 Main article: Green anarchism Green and black flag of Green Anarchism.
- 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.
- American hardcore bands that visited the UK (such as Black Flag and U.S. Chaos in 1981-1982) encountered equally ambivalent attitudes.
- My War is the second full length album by American hardcore punk band Black Flag.
- Black Flag recruited fan Chavo Pederast A.K.A. Ron Reyes, who was in the band only briefly before quitting mid-performance.
- 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].
- Eat My Life is the debut release by the Chuck Dukowski Sextet, led by founding and former bassist of Black Flag, Chuck Dukowski.
- 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.
- Greg Ginn (AKA the SST record label) decided he didn't want his name, or the Black Flag song, to be used.
- Until the matter was sorted out, the band were prevented by a court injunction from using the name "Black Flag" on any recordings.
- Black Flag began making a name for itself in the Hollywood scene by playing a series of gigs at local clubs that summer.
- 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.
- Rollins had earlier sung with Black Flag.
- Rollins had sung earlier with California-based punk legends Black Flag.
- Some performers, Black Flag, the Birthday Party, and the early period of Black Dice, for example, also physically assaulted audience members, on occasion.
- Chavo Pederast) on drums, the band's first gig was opening for Black Flag.
- Rise Against also does a cover of the Black Flag song "Fix Me" in the video game Tony Hawk's American Wasteland.
- The label grew to sign other bands, and became a well-known independent label that lasted for years past the demise of Black Flag.
- 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.
- Black Flag and D.O.A. stitch together national tours, while the biggest splash is the east coast return of Dead Kennedys.
- When Black Flag toured the East coast, playing Washington D.C. and New York City, Rollins attended as many performances as he could.
- 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.
- Watt and Roessler met not long after Roessler replaced Chuck Dukowski as the bassist of Black Flag in 1983.
- Mudhoney's Steve Turner says that Black Flag 's 1984 record My War and its supporting tours were major influences on many Seattle bands.
- In late December 1981 he played a few concerts with Black Flag because their drummer ROBO was detained in England after a tour there.
- 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.
- Brian Migdol was the second drummer for Black Flag, from the summer of 1977 to the fall of 1978.
- Brian Migdol was the original drummer for Black Flag, from 1976 to the fall of 1978.
- 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.
- Guitarist and leader Greg Ginn felt Black Flag did not need more than one guitar.
- The city of München [ Munich] has a yellow over black flag and banner, and a lozenges yellow and black flag or banner.
- Catching sight of the red and black flag of anarchism, I realized I had fallen in with the hardcore antiglobalization gang.
- Through seemingly-constant touring throughout the United States and Canada, and occasionally Europe, Black Flag established an extremely dedicated fan base.
- Chuck Dukowski was a founding member and original bass player for Black Flag.
- A year previous, the then-fifteen year old Gardner had performed backing vocals on the Black Flag song " Slip It In ".
- It appears obvious (though not conclusive) that this is the period that the black flag bonded with Anarchism.
- 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.
- 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.
- He went on to record with Black Flag on several of their albums until 1985.
- Plot Outline - A record of the 1984 concert tour of the United Kingdom by the rock band Black Flag.
- For the next two years, the band was prevented from using the name Black Flag or their logo on any records.
- 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.
- The first references to a black flag are contained in records of privateering actions dated 1697.
- In NASCAR, once this flag is displayed, the car is not scored again until it answers the black flag by pitting.
- 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.
- 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.
- The seeds of Black Flag were planted in 1976, when guitarist Greg Ginn formed a band called Panic with singer Keith Morris.
- When the band discovered that another band called Panic existed, Pettibon suggested the name Black Flag and designed their distinctive "four bars" logo.
- Two songs on the album, "Wasted" and "Don't Care", were originally songs Morris had co-written and performed with Black Flag.
- With Rollins on board, Black Flag began work on their first full length album.
- Loose Nut is an album released in 1985 by Black Flag on SST Records.
- 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.
- 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.
- The race bans were a result of not adhering to a black flag (driver disqualified) at Silverstone that year.
- After winning the race, he held a black flag with the number 3 to honor the late Dale Earnhardt.
- Schumacher was disqualified from that race and banned for two further races for overtaking during the formation lap and ignoring a black flag.
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