Black Flag: The Final Show, Detroit 1986

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  1. thee dr. says:

    Black Flag in any incarnation is good but in my humble opinion the Henry Rollins era is the one most remembered by fans. Black Flag over Minor Threat any day-they were arguably as influential if not more so and had more of a punk-don’t -give-a-fuck attitude. 86-87 was an interesting time for American hardcore. Both Black Flag and the Dead Kennedys called it quits and the genre was mutating and spitting out sub-genres faster than they could be labelled. You had the full-on metallic mayhem of Cryptic Slaughter, the (mock? ) right-wing theatrics of Carnivore, Agnostic Front had gone crossover thrash with ‘Liberty and Justice for…’ and Youth of Today was spearheading the neo-stright-edge scene-but it was okay:innovators like the Melvins, Buzzov*en and Biohazard were on the way to revitalize the HC/punk lanscape…

  2. Joe Kidd says:

    For me it’s all about Mr. Ginn. He’s THE MAN!

  3. thee dr. says:

    Yeah he’s the heart and soul of the band alright

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