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Black FlagDamaged

Label:SST Records – SST CD 007
Format:
CD, Album, Reissue
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Hardcore, Punk

Tracklist

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

℗ 1981 SST Records, P.O. Box 1, Lawndale, Calif. 90260.
© 1981 Cesstone Music (BMI)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 18861-0007-2 5
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): SSTCD007RE 1D 12 MFD BY JVC
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (5 of 34)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Damaged (LP, Album, MCA distribution logo)Unicorn Records, SST Records9502US1981
New Submission
Damaged (Cassette, Album)Unicorn Records, SST Records9502US1981
New Submission
Damaged (LP, Album, Blank back cover)Unicorn Records, SST Records9502US1981
Damaged (LP, Album)Roadrunner RecordsRR 9956Netherlands1982
Damaged (LP, Album)Unicorn Records, SST Records9502US1982

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hysteric
Edited 15 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).