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Black Flag - Everything Went Black mp3
Performer: Black Flag
Title: Everything Went Black
Style: Hardcore, Punk
Country US
Label SST Records
Catalog Number SST-CD-015
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 015
MP3 size: 2365 mb
Record From: CD, Compilation, Reissue

Black Flag - Everything Went Black mp3


1Room 132:06
2Crass Commercialism
Compiled By – Harold, Howie Schvenkel
3Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie1:40
4Jealous Again2:24
5Clocked In1:36
6Damaged I2:05
7Damaged II4:13
8No More3:00
9I Don't Care0:58
11Padded Cell1:50
12 Jealous Again Era-Chavo
13Police Story1:35
15 Jealous Again Era-Dez
16Police Story1:30
17Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie1:57
18My Rules0:58
19Louie Louie
Lyrics By [Add. Lyrics] – D. CadenaWritten-By – R. Berry
20 Johnny 'Bob' Goldstein
21White Minority1:09
22Police Story1:33
23Clocked In1:29
24Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie1:46
27No Values1:58


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SST 015Greg Ginn, Chuck Dukowski, Dez Cadena, Robo , Chavo Pederast, Johnny "Bob" Goldstein Greg Ginn, Chuck Dukowski, Dez Cadena, Robo , Chavo Pederast, Johnny "Bob" Goldstein - Everything Went Black ‎(2xLP, Comp)SST RecordsSST 015US1983
SST-CD-015Black Flag Everything Went Black ‎(CD, Comp, RE)SST RecordsSST-CD-015USUnknown
SST-015Black Flag Everything Went Black ‎(2xLP, Comp, RE, RP)SST RecordsSST-015USUnknown
SST 015Black Flag Everything Went Black ‎(2xLP, Comp, RP)SST RecordsSST 015US1990
SST 015Black Flag Everything Went Black ‎(LP, Comp, TP)SST RecordsSST 015UK1983


  • Artwork [Fine Art By]Raymond Pettibon
  • Engineer [Engineering By]Black Flag (tracks: 20 to 24), David Tarling (tracks: 1 to 4), Geza X (tracks: 20 to 24), Spot (tracks: 5 to 24)
  • Liner NotesDavid Tarling, Joe Nolte (The Last), Spot
  • Liner Notes [Excerpts From The Continuing Spot Journal]C.D.
  • Producer [Produced By]Black Flag, Geza X (tracks: 20 to 24), Spot (tracks: 5 to 24)
  • VocalsChavo (tracks: 10 to 14), Dez Cadena (tracks: 15 to 24), Johnny 'Bob' Goldstein (tracks: 1 to 9)
  • Written-ByC. Dukowski (tracks: 19, 23), D. Cadena (tracks: 17), G. Ginn (tracks: 1 to 17, 20 to 24), K. Morris (tracks: 2, 9), Medea (tracks: 20)


Compilation of previously unreleased Black Flag recordings 1978-1981

Tracks 1 to 4 recorded 1/78 @ Media Art.
Tracks 5 to 9 recorded "live" 10/1/79 @ Media Art. Mixed 10/13/82 @ Music Lab.
Track 10 recorded & mixed 4/80 @ Media Art.
Tracks 11 & 14 recorded 10-11/79 @ Media Art. Mixed 10/13/82 @ Music Lab.
Tracks 12 & 13 recorded 10-11/79. Overdubbed & mixed early 80 @ Media Art.
Tracks 15 & 16 recorded 10-11/79. Overdubbed & mixed 8-9/80 @ Media Art.
Track 17 recorded "live" at Target Video in San Francisco 8/80. Mixed to cassette.
Tracks 18 & 19 recorded 1/81 @ Media Art. Mixed mid-81 @ Media Art & Music Lab.
Tracks 20 to 24 recorded and mixed 4-5/81 @ Golden Age.

Edited at Total Access, Redondo Beach, 10/82.

Track 25 — two years of radio ads compiled by Harold and Howie Schvenkel.

Original album released in 1982.

©1982 Cesstone Music (BMI).
℗ SST Records 1982.

Manufacturer uncredited. Identified by the matrix.


  • Barcode: 0 18861-0015-2 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): SSTCD-015 Y5C MFD BY JVC


  • Copyright (c) – Cesstone Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – SST Records
  • Recorded At – Media Art Studio
  • Mixed At – Music Lab
  • Overdubbed At – Media Art Studio
  • Mixed At – Media Art Studio
  • Recorded At – Target Video
  • Recorded At – Golden Age Recording
  • Mixed At – Golden Age Recording
  • Edited At – Total Access Recording Studios
  • Manufactured By – JVC



Everything Went Black is a compilation album by the American hardcore punk band Black Flag. It was released in 1982 through SST Records. The compilation comprises early songs recorded before Henry Rollins became the band's vocalist in 1981, and was initially released without the group's name on its cover, due to their lawsuit with MCAUnicorn. Instead, the names of the group members were listed on the first release. All songs written and composed by Greg Ginn, except where noted. Black Flag Everything Went Black Label: SST Records SST 015, SST Records SST-015 Format: 2 Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Repress, White Country: Went Black. SST015 Formats: LP, CD Released: 1982 Recorded: January 1978 April 1981 Length: 61: Everything Went Black was first released in 1983, Black Flag was in the middle of a backbreaking legal dispute with Unicorn Records. As a result of litigation, the band was prevented from using the Black Flag name on any records. Hence the original packaging for this album, which listed only the names of individual bandmembers on the cover this was rectified on subsequent issues. The material, dating from 1978 to 1981, is. Album 1982 25 Songs. With singers Keith Morris, Chavo and Dez Cadena handling the microphone, the group has a much more spastic sound. Listen free to Black Flag Everything Went Black Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie, I Don't Care and more. 25 tracks 63:03. Black Flag - Everything Went Black 1982. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Black Flag. Group Compilation. Songs in album Black Flag - Everything Went Black 1982. Black Flag - Gimmie, Gimmie, Gimmie. Black Flag - I Don't Care. Black Flag - White Minority. Black Flag - No Values. Black Flag - Revenge. Black Flag - Depression. Black Flag - Clocked In. Black Flag - Police Story. Everything Went Black is a compilation of early Black Flag songs featuring the singers that preceded Henry Rollins: Keith Morris, Ron Reyes and Dez Cadena. Also included is a recording of all their radio commercials, under the title Crass Commercialism. The record consists of recordings not released on Black Flags series of pre-Damaged EPs. For the versions of these same songs that were featured on those EPs, see Black Flags other important early compilation The First Four Years. Everything Went Black Q&A. Label SST Records. Everything Went Black. Other productions from Black Flag. What The. In My Head. Previously unreleased Black Flag recordings 1978-1981. Tracks A1 to A4 recorded 178 Media Art. Tracks A5 to A9 recorded live 10179 Media Art. Original album released in 1982 with the same catalog. This is the version with the barcode and should not be confused with the version without the barcode. Vinyl looks black but is actually dark brown translucent when held up against light. Glossy picture sleeve. Código de Barras y Otros Identificadores