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  Black Flag - Biography - AOL Music
Furthermore, Black Flag demonstrated an affection for bohemia -- both in terms of musical experimentation and a fondness for poetry -- that reiterated the band's underground roots and prevented it from becoming nothing but a heavy metal group.
Black Flag was formed in 1977 by guitarist Greg Ginn, a graduate of UCLA.
In addition to those three albums, Black Flag released the cassette-only Live '84 and the compilation The First Four Years in 1984, as well as reissuing Everything Went Black with all the proper credits restored.
music.aol.com /artist/black-flag/3689/biography   (951 words)

  
 skafunkrastapunk.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Black Flag was a hardcore punk band formed in 1976 in southern California, largely as the brainchild of Greg Ginn, the guitarist, primary songwriter and sole continuous member through multiple personnel changes.
Black Flag forged a unique sound early on that mixed the raw simplicity of the Ramones with atonal and microtonal guitar solos and frequent tempo shifts.
Black Flag were (and remain) well respected among their underground culture, with their influence primarily in their tireless promotion of a self-controlled DIY ethic and aesthetic.
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 Channel4.com - SlashMusic - Everything Went Black
EVERYTHING WENT BLACK was originally released as a stop-gap during a protracted legal skirmish with SST's former distributor, Unicorn Records, which temporarily barred Black Flag from using its own name.
Featuring live tracks and studio outtakes recorded between 1978 and 1981 with singers Keith Morris (later of the Circle Jerks), Chavo and Dez Cadena, EVERYTHING WENT BLACK is something of a hodgepodge, with several songs repeated by different lineups.
The highlight, however, is "Crass Commercialism", a side-long suite of radio ads for Black Flag shows that's a fascinating and often hilarious audio souvenir of the halcyon days of early West Coast punk.
www.channel4.com /music/music-core/album.jsp?albumId=12705   (147 words)

  
 Black Flag - Satan Stole My Teddybear
Black Flag's Damaged is considered to be one of the ultimate expressions and releases of early American hardcore.
Black Flag was never about the pretty side of music and their hostility and completely deconstructed musical approach was obviously a milestone at the time (though it seems only years later does anyone quite realize the path they were clearing for later bands).
Everything Went Black is the type of album that is necessary for those who feel Black Flag was nothing more than a Henry Rollins outfit.
www.ssmt-reviews.com /db/searchrev.php?artistID=142&showReview=true   (1120 words)

  
 Black Flag : iSOUND.COM™
As a result, Black Flag would not and could not release anything with their name or logo appearing on it.
Black Flag decided to keep touring and released the double album EVERYTHING WENT BLACK which did not mention the bands name or logo on it, but instead mentioned the names of the musicians on the cover, respectively.
A compilation of Black Flag's first four years was released entitled THE FIRST FOUR YEARS, in addition to that, the album LIVE '84 was also released, both in 1984.
www.isound.com /black_flag   (619 words)

  
 Compare Prices and Read Reviews on Everything Went Black - Black Flag at Epinions.com
Black Flag is considered by many to be the first "hardcore punk" band of all time.
Black Flag went through singers and drummers like it was going out of style.
Black Flag's punk stuff is great, but even it can get old after a while.
www.epinions.com /content_77786091140   (1894 words)

  
 KFTH - Black Flag Page
In the beginning of 1978, Black Flag with the line up of Keith Morris, Greg Ginn, Chuck Dukowski, and drummer Brian Migdol, went in the studio with the help of Spot, a would-be engineer who Ginn was friends with, and recorded a 4-song EP that the sent to local record label Bomp to put out.
Black Flag, like many of their West Coast counterparts, saw much of what was coming out of England as all fashion and pose with no substance.
Black Flag had already met Henry and although there was a show at which Henry jumped up on stage and sang "Clocked In" with the band, he went through the normal audition route, too.
homepages.nyu.edu /~cch223/usa/blackflag_main.html   (8059 words)

  
 Black Flag ~ part II
Black Flag ~ part II (third Black Flag vocalist, later guitarist): "When the Ramones first came to L.A., we knew that they were a punk rock band, but because they were on a big record label, we expected them to be in a big Winnebago and traveling like rock stars.
Black Flag's deal with Unicorn went sour, and the band soon found itself in court, fighting to be released from a contract it claimed had been breached.
After releasing a double album, Everything Went Black, of early Black Flag recordings without using the name Black Flag anywhere on the album, Ginn and Dukowski were found in contempt of court.
www.breakmyface.com /bands/blackflag2.html   (2122 words)

  
 Black Flag : Everything Went Black - Listen, Review and Buy at ARTISTdirect
When Everything Went Black was first released in 1983, Black Flag was in the middle of a backbreaking legal dispute with Unicorn Records.
As a result of litigation, the band was prevented from using the Black Flag name on any records.
The fourth side of the original vinyl issue also included a sequence of radio spots discussing forthcoming Black Flag gigs, which is entertaining stuff, but it's more useful as a historical document than a listening experience.
www.artistdirect.com /nad/store/artist/album/0,,53074,00.html   (249 words)

  
 Who Are Black Flag?
Pederast left the group and was replaced by Henry Rollins, a Washington D.C. fan who jumped on stage to sing with the band during a New York performance.
The band delivered their first full-length album, Damage, to Unicorn and the label refused to release the record, citing that the content of the music was too dangerous and vulgar.
The dispute ended in 1983, when Unicorn went bankrupt and the rights to the Black Flag name and logo reverted back to the band.
members.tripod.com /rockwhore/blackflag/who   (827 words)

  
 TrouserPress.com :: Black Flag
Black Flag was, for all intents and purposes, America's first hardcore band.
Following the resolution of their litigation (Unicorn helpfully went bankrupt), a new and prolific Black Flag — Rollins, guitarist Greg Ginn (who doubled in the studio on bass, using the pseudonym Dale Nixon) and Descendents drummer Bill Stevenson — drifted vaguely towards metal on My War, a mediocre album with some interminably long songs.
Black Flag concerts were typically an utter mess, which suits the songs perfectly, making this chaotic explosion naturally one of their best releases.
www.trouserpress.com /entry.php?a=black_flag   (835 words)

  
 Everything Went Black - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Everything Went Black was an album released in 1982 by Black Flag.
It was a compilation of early songs, released during their lawsuit with MCA/Unicorn.
The original release did not have the name Black Flag on it due to a lawsuit in which the band was embroiled at the time; instead, the names of the group members were listed on the cover.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Everything_Went_Black   (120 words)

  
 the mighty Black Flag! - Memories and Recollections 1997
The thing I remember the most about that show is that at least three times during the set these guys in the crowd grabbed Henry, held him down, and punched him in the face.
I went to my friends brothers house in Torrence, CA and Dez's band was playing.
Flag people were wearing shirts that said "Black Flag kills Ants on contact." That was back when people knew the difference between punk and new wave, and the two DID NOT mix.
www.ipass.net /jthrush/flag1997.htm   (1551 words)

  
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Everything came down to one simple fact - we wanted to get out.
Yet the one thing I will never forget, it still brings tears to my eyes, it always will, it was the faces of the firemen as they climbed the stairs to help us.
They were going up the stairs as we went down.
www.irishtribute.com /911-01/viewer.adp@article=1517764.html   (397 words)

  
 "Everything Went Black"
Steered by latter-day vocalist Henry Rollins, and fueled by twisted dark matter from guitarist Gregg Ginn and an ever-changing rhythm section, Black Flag were one of the few legendary hardcore groups who never cashed in on punk's post-Green Day revival.
This month, Rollins is revisiting Black Flag material he hasn't touched in 16 years - but not for one last payday.
The controversial events took place against the backdrop of a panic-gripped community whose rumor mill cast the WM3, then scrawny teenagers, as the ring-leaders of a cult whose fl magic allegedly culminated in the grisly massacre of three 8-year-old boys.
members.cox.net /_rollins/text/everything.html   (876 words)

  
 Punknews.org | Black Flag - Everything Went Black
Everyone who has ever heard Black Flag has their own opinion as to who was the best singer.
It was released during Black Flag's bout with Unicorn records over Damaged, so the original release didn't have the name of the band or it's logo, just the the band members.
fl flag track has always been 'depression' also, so the three different versions made my day.
www.punknews.org /review/836   (942 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Everything Went Black: Music: Black Flag   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
First is Keith Morris, who went on to form the Circle Jerks and was Black Flag's first and best lead singer.
On the 2xLP the 4th side was radio commercials for BLACK FLAG gigs and such.
Everything Went Black would be the next logical step.
www.amazon.com /Everything-Went-Black-Flag/dp/B000000LZC   (1237 words)

  
 Everything went black - Mom
The brakes apparently failed, and the bus hit a sand bank and overturned.
Michael Samson, 40, the bus driver, said the brakes were still working as he went up the hill, but on the decline there was "nothing".
He had to choose between a clump of trees on the riverbank, or the sand bank, and he decided the sand bank would be the better option.
www.news24.com /News24/AnanziArticle/0,,2-7-1442_1877324,00.html   (514 words)

  
 KOMO-TV - Seattle, Washington - News Archive - 'Everything Went Black'
Flames shot down the side of one subway and train cars went dark after a loud bang.
Police went on emergency alert code amber as soon as they understood what was happening, shutting down all subways and buses and evacuating passengers, said Brian Paddick of London Metro Police.
"Everything went fl, and people threw themselves to the floor in panic," Cornelia Berg told Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet by phone.
www.komotv.com /news/printstory.asp?id=37836   (778 words)

  
 the mighty Black Flag! - Band Line-ups
fl flag (a historic symbol of anarchy and rebellion.)
Morris was referred to as Johnny "Bob" Goldstein on the Everything Went Black recordings, released in 1983.
She went on to perform with Mike Watt in the group Dos.
www.ipass.net /jthrush/flagline.htm   (890 words)

  
 ROBO - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He was the third drummer for punk legends Black Flag, performing on the EPs Jealous Again, Six Pack, their first full length Damaged; and Everything Went Black.
ROBO's style is brash and brutal, relying heavily on open high hat to generate the frenetic, overwhelming sounds on Black Flag's albums.
He was joined by Dez Cadena on vocals and rhythm guitar, Greg Ginn on lead guitar, and C'el Revuelta on bass.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/ROBO   (346 words)

  
 Buy.com - Everything Went Black - Black Flag - CD
Buy.com - Everything Went Black - Black Flag - CD My Account
Black On Black: A Tribute To Black Flag ~ Various Artists
Black Flag: Keith Morris, Chavo Pederast, Dez Cadena (vocals); Greg Ginn (guitar); Chuck Dukowski (bass); Robo (drums).
www.buy.com /prod/Everything_Went_Black/q/loc/109/60014251.html   (342 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Wasted...Again: Music: Black Flag   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Unlike the lengthier early compilation "Everything Went Black," which consists of material recorded before the arrival of Henry Rollins, this record, a posthumous release, provides a good cross-section of the band playing with all four of its vocalists: Keith Morris, Ron "Chavo" Reyes, Dez Cadena, and Rollins.
I was like Black Flag what is that, he was liek trust me you'll like it.
If you were only going to own one Black Flag album, this one has everything your looking for.
www.amazon.com /Wasted-Again-Black-Flag/dp/B000000M3M   (879 words)

  
 Black Flag Everything Went Black Albums, CDs, Vinyl Records and LPs
We also have rare import Black Flag CD singles, LPs and 78s and compact discs.
Everything Went Black *previously Unreleased Black Flag Recordings 1978-1981*
We have all the import cds and out of print fl flag records that you have been looking for available from hundreds of different record stores.
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 Salon.com People | "Everything went black"
I went around the corner of 120 Broadway, but it didn't really matter where you were, it was all fl.
We went into an office and sat on the floor.
They were there when everything else was crashing down, personnel comforting one another.
www.salon.com /people/feature/2001/09/12/wtc_eyewitnesses/index.html   (890 words)

  
 Salon.com People | "Everything went black"
I was standing right here when the first plane went over.
The first group of firemen that went in got trapped.
And all I saw was a ghost made of fl smoke.
archive.salon.com /people/feature/2001/09/12/wtc_eyewitnesses/index1.html   (891 words)

  
 Columns: After the Oar House, everything went black
Columns: After the Oar House, everything went fl
When a massive power outage hit the Northeast and Midwest last week, I immediately thought what a lot of other people thought: terrorism.
Jan Glidewell: After the Oar House, everything went fl
www.sptimes.com /2003/08/22/Columns/After_the_Oar_House__.shtml   (720 words)

  
 Punknews.org | About Black Flag   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
The Black Maria - A Shared History of Tragedy
Black Flag was a hardcore punk group formed in 1976 in southern California, largely as the brainchild of Greg Ginn, guitarist, primary songwriter and sole continuous member through multiple personnel changes.
Over this could be heard lyrics—mostly written by Ginn—about isolation, neurosis and paranoia, themes which did not disappear when Henry...
www.punknews.org /bands/blackflag   (293 words)

  
 KFTH - Black Flag: Everything Went Black 2xLP   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
KFTH - Black Flag: Everything Went Black 2xLP
If you're one of those people who isn't wildly enthusiatic about BLACK FLAG's current Metal orientation, this should be like a manna from heaven.
Enough bullshit, this is a mandatory purchase that demonstrates why B.F. once headed the U.S. punk pantheon, so buy it and pin your ears back.
homepages.nyu.edu /~cch223/usa/albums/blackflag_everythingblack.html   (121 words)

  
 [PNX-L] Then everything went black.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
You're just a girl, dreaming that you're on some fool crusade and that everything will come out right because good always wins..." He turns away, sc offing again.
Rache has slipped what seems to be a unique blend of jerkin and antique operating gown.
Sleeveless red cloth hangs off of Rache's shoulders down just past his hips, fl buttons tracing along over his right breast and down past his waist.
www.otaking.org /~phoenix/logs/msg00610.html   (2942 words)

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