Black Flag ‎– Damaged

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SST Records ‎– SST CD 007
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1 Rise Above
Written-By – G. Ginn*
2:24
2 Spray Paint (The Walls)
Written-By – C. Dukowski*, G. Ginn*
0:31
3 Six Pack
Written-By – G. Ginn*
2:19
4 What I See
Written-By – C. Dukowski*
1:54
5 T.V. Party
Written-By – G. Ginn*
3:29
6 Thirsty And Miserable
Written-By – D. Cadena*, Medea (5), Robo (3)
2:05
7 Police Story
Written-By – G. Ginn*
1:30
8 Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie
Written-By – G. Ginn*
1:46
9 Depression
Written-By – G. Ginn*
2:27
10 Room 13
Written-By – G. Ginn*, Medea (5)
2:03
11 Damaged II
Written-By – G. Ginn*
3:21
12 No More
Written-By – C. Dukowski*
2:24
13 Padded Cell
Written-By – C. Dukowski*, G. Ginn*
1:45
14 Life Of Pain
Written-By – G. Ginn*
2:49
15 Damaged I
Written-By – G. Ginn*, H. Rollins*
3:48

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Original vinyl released November 1981. The title of track 2 is given as "Spray Paint" on the rear cover and CD, and as "Spray Paint (The Walls)" inside the insert.

℗ 1981 SST Records
© 1981 Cesstone Music (BMI)

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  • Barcode: 0 18861-0007-2 5
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (5 of 27) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
9502 Black Flag Damaged(LP, Album) Unicorn Records, SST Records 9502 US 1981 Sell This Version
SST 007 Black Flag Damaged(LP, RP, Red) SST Records SST 007 US 1984 Sell This Version
RR 9956 Black Flag Damaged(LP, Album, Gre) Roadrunner Records RR 9956 Benelux 1982 Sell This Version
9502 Black Flag Damaged(LP, Album, RE) Unicorn Records, SST Records 9502 US 1982 Sell This Version
RR 9956 Black Flag Damaged(LP, Album) Roadrunner Records RR 9956 Netherlands 1982 Sell This Version

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hysteric

hysteric

October 9, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
Black Flag’s first full-length album is pretty heavy going, as you would expect from the cover photograph and a cursory glance at the track titles. I’ve bought and then sold this one more times than I care to remember. Along with Germs’ “(GI)”, this record basically set the blueprint for the West-Coast hardcore sound. It’s an important album historically but it’s just too bleak and depressing to listen to. The majority of the material here was written before Henry Rollins joined the group and for the most part sound better with their original vocalists (See the “Everything Went Black” compilation).