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Black Flag

Everything Went Black

SST 15

Released on November 8, 1988


$20.50

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 12 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie - (version 1) Voted #1  11%
2 I Don't Care  7%
3 White Minority Voted #2  9%
4 No Values  4%
5 Revenge  3%
6 Depression  3%
7 Clocked In  3%
8 Police Story  7%
9 Wasted Voted #3  8%
10 Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie - (version 2)  3%
11 Depression (version 2)  7%
12 Police Story (version 2)  0%
13 Clocked In (version 2)  2%
14 My Rules  3%
15 Jealous Again  8%
16 Police Story  4%
17 Damaged I  0%
18 Louie Louie  5%
19 No More  2%
20 Room 13  3%
21 Depression (version 3)  2%
22 Damaged II  1%
23 Padded Cell  0%
24 Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie - (version 3)  1%
25 Crass Commercialism (radio ads)  3%
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Evan from Hillsdale, MI 
Aug 15 2008 Rating: 3/5 Stars

this was a pretty good cd. i just bought it because my first four years was out of stock, but its a good listen. its weird because most of the songs i like on here i heard before i bought it with henry rollins on vocals. this has the original guy on vocals for most the cd. the only downfall to this is the repititon of some of the songs. Police story, dont care, and depression were good ones.

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Matthew from Sweet Home, OR 
May 27 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A great CD. Got everything you'd want in it, and none of Henry's weird ass lyrics. He's an okay singer, not the greatest, but okay. The other guys kick ass though. Especially Keith and Chavo. This CD has 24 songs and that weird ass radio thing, so you get your money's worth.

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Connor from Cary, NC 
Apr 17 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Ok,this has a bunch of singers that sang for Flag....Not Rollins. I dont like Rollins as much so this is great! Well,they do a damn fine job. Get this record after you get Damaged,My War and The First 4 years. Greg is insane man.

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Quincy from Jackson, TN 
Jul 19 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

In case you scene-kids didn't know, Black Flag had more singers than just Rollins. This disc shows off the other singers. It's good classic hard-core (and not that "screamo" crap that's being labeled hard-core these days.) Know your roots! Get this album.

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Phil from Twentynine Palms, CA 
May 10 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Black Flag had their sound right on this one. Best songs= no values, white minority. Really lame cover of Louie louie but punk music was still a new thing during the time this shit was written so we forgive ya. I really can't say which of the two singers is better but they're both better than Rollins. Buy this if you're a fan of Circle Jerks.

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John from Ocoee, FL 
Dec 27 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Everything before Rollins joined. Awesome, Dez and Chavo can fuckin sing! But overall its typical Black-Flag. Just better vocals.

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Wali from Irvine, CA 
Dec 19 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

i fucking love this cd. black flag is amazing. this is real black flag right here, i stopped listening to rollins after damaged. i would recomend everything went black, and first four years.

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Ronald from Dallas, TX 
Oct 28 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is the real BLACK FLAG stuff. I guess I don't really dislike Rollins...just his vocals! This has Chavo, Keith Morris, etc...NO Rollins. No lame wannabe Sabbath hippie crap either. Just straight forward PUNK ROCK...

RIpPeR

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Shaun from Bellmore, NY 
Sep 27 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

One of the best black flag cds. Some of there best songs done by the first three singers, Keith Morris of Circle Jerks, Chavo, and Dez. So much better than the Rollins stuff.

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Marla from Westerville, OH 
Oct 21 2001 Rating: 4/5 Stars

hi. my real name is caitlin. I bought this cd right after i bought black flags "i can see you." which is a good cd (buy it too while youre shopping here...). this cd is rad, but since its a compilation of all their unreleased songs, there are a lot of different versions of the same songs on it. which is cool at first, but after about 3 weeks straight of listening to those same songs over and over on one cd, it gets a little repetitive and you want some variety (just a little). but it's still an awesome cd and you need to buy it. so buy it. DO IT!! BUY THE CD!!!

 
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