7 thoughts on “ Nervous Breakdown - Black Flag - Live July 4 1981, Last Show With Dez ”

  1. Explore releases from the Not On Label (Black Flag) label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Not On Label (Black Flag) releases. Black Flag: Live July 4 , Last Show With Dez Black Flag: Breakdown In UK
  2. Jul 10,  · Black Flag - - Live - zip 21 files ( MB) 01 - Police classical.cofymvoodookinosthordiri.infoinfo3 Ginn converted it to a record label so he could release Black Flag's Nervous Breakdown EP. The label was a prominent figure in the L.A. punk scene around and , releasing more albums by Black Flag as well as Minutemen, Descendents, and Stains (3), and.
  3. July 4, Dez Cadena's Last Show as Vocalist a.k.a. a young Henry Rollins in Training. The July 4, Black Flag show was particularly notable because not only was it Dez Cadena's last show as vocalist, but it was also one of the first shows featuring a young Henry Rollins. Egerton, who was there, recalls the show.
  4. Jun 23,  · It was around the end of January that we noticed a lot of negative press about the Starwood in the newspaper and heard that it had been closed down until further notice. Apparently, the city forced the Starwood to close down due to “riots” at the Black Flag concerts in January as well as drug use and underage drinking.
  5. Damaged is the first full-length LP release by the American hardcore punk band Black Flag. Released in December on SST Records. It is widely considered both a classic of the era and the peak of Black Flag's career. The album cover, shot by punk photographer Ed Colver, features Rollins putting his fist through a mirror.
  6. The spirit and aggression of Black Flag is fully represented here in an updated fashion as imagined by the most technically proficient, exciting aggressive rock bands in the world who are directly influenced by Black Flag and the natural torch bearers or 80's nihilistic punk rock, iconoclastic heavy music & art in the form of hard, heavy, and loud/5(2).
  7. In their first career release, Nervous Breakdown [EP], the guitar was less than technical and often basic as well as singing that sounded like a drunken man; however, this is what made Black Flag so great. Even with the simplicities and lack of technical prowess, Black Flag showed intense and raw emotion which made their first release a /5.

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