Everything Went Black

Black Flag • 2LP

149

This artifact belongs in a museum. “Everything Went Black” is a compilation double LP by Black Flag, released in 1982 through SST. It comprises early songs recorded before Henry Rollins became the band’s singer in 1981, with Keith Morris, Ron Reyes and Dez Cadena on vocals. Side D is a brilliant 20-minute collage of Black Flag radio commercials.

This is the rare, original censored release! Due to their lawsuit with MCA Records they were prohibited from using the Black Flag name and logo. Instead, every instance of the bandname on the release is blocked out (also in the liner notes), and the names of the group members are listed on the front. The bars logo is also censored. The sleeve is worn due to age and heavy use but it makes everything look even more hardcore. Check the photos! The vinyl is in excellent shape.

Also included are a xeroxed A4 Raymond Pettibon poster and an original copy of BAM (a magazine about the LA music scene) from 1983 with Black Flag on the cover and a big interview discussing the lawsuit and more.

Without a doubt one of the greatest Black Flag items ever!


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Extra informatie

Formaat

2LP

Conditie

Gebruikt – in acceptabele staat (zie omschrijving)

Extra's

Magazine, Poster

Jaar opname

1978 – 1981

Jaar uitgave

1982

Genre

Rock, Punk