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8 thoughts on “ My War - Black Flag - No Deposit No Return (CDr)

  1. Henry Rollins fires the first volly on Black Flag's final effort to rally it's fans against conformity. With tracks like "Can't Decide," "My War," "Forever Time," "I Love You" and "Swinging Man" It is side 1 that truly makes this Black Flag operating within their finest hour /5(80).
  2. After a rancorous three-year legal battle with their label Unicorn, which prevented them from releasing any new material, Black Flag binged in the mid-'80s, releasing a flurry of records that had even the most devoted fans scrambling to keep up. They did, however, start this period somewhat inauspiciously with My War, a pretentious mess of a record with a totally worthless second side.
  3. Black Flag are a force to be reckoned with, not only in the punk rock and hardcore community, but the alternative music community as a whole. Nirvana’s Kurt Cobain claimed his first gig was seeing Black Flag live on tour supporting My parpeinumbmatitheranibocamama.xyzinfo is only one example of the massive impact and influence Black Flag has had on music over the years.
  4. Black Flag: No Deposit No Return ‎ (CDr, Ltd, Unofficial) Deny Everything: DENY EVERYTHING - Unknown: Sell This Version: none: Black Flag: Pre-"My War" Demos /5(3).
  5. I'd been meaning to get my hands on a Black Flag album for some time and decided to purchase 'My War' as I'd heard good things. It doesn't disappoint. Like many have commented it's something of an album of two half's. The first six tracks are pure 80's hardcore; /5(47).
  6. Jul 06,  · Song My War; Artist Black Flag; Album My War; Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music (on behalf of SST Records); ARESA, Audiam (Publishing), UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM.
  7. Listen free to Black Flag – My War (My War, Can't Decide and more). 9 tracks (). The Black Sabbath-inspired B-side of this album was controversial among fans for its extremely slow-paced songs, a marked contrast to the band's reputation for playing fast. Despite this, it was influential in the creation of the sludge metal and genres, inspiring bands like Melvins, Nirvana and Kyuss.

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