History Music / BlackFlag

5th Mar '16 4:52:24 PM Inspeps
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* TerribleArtist: Former frontman Ron Reyes is definitely this. Just look at the [[http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0196/9358/products/28d6aaf02157af2e7dac2e434ff2b3c9fb6611c0_1024x1024.jpeg?v=1448024859 artwork]] he drew for ''What The...''
30th Dec '15 9:20:52 AM Inspeps
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!! "Trope party tonight! Trope party tonight!":

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!! "Trope "TV Trope party tonight! TV Trope party tonight!":
30th Jan '15 10:11:31 PM RampinUp46
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Black Flag was an American HardcorePunk band formed in 1976 in California. The band was established largely as the brainchild of Greg Ginn, guitarist, primary songwriter and sole continuous member through multiple personnel changes. They are widely considered to be one of the first bands of their genre.

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Black Flag was is an American HardcorePunk band formed in 1976 in California. The band was established largely as the brainchild of Greg Ginn, guitarist, primary songwriter and sole continuous member through multiple personnel changes. They are widely considered to be one of the first bands of their genre.


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In 2013, Black Flag reunited with Ron Reyes after over twenty years of not performing to mixed reviews from the punk community, with their newest album "What The..." being widely hated by fans. Another group emerged in 2013, consisting of ex-Black Flag members, simply titled ''FLAG''. Greg Ginn sued almost immediately, however the courts ruled in FLAG's favor, citing the fact that people ''can'' distinguish between Ginn's band and the band led by people Greg had kicked out as the reason why they ruled in their favor. Regardless, Ginn continues to tour with Black Flag to this day, with several hired guns performing on bass and drums, and pro skateborder Mike Vallely (who literally fired Reyes ''onstage'') on vocals.
4th Jan '15 8:54:42 PM MorgenReiter
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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' and ''Series/MondayNightFootball'' are the only shows mentioned in "TV Party" that are still on the air.
** And AGAIN on the redo of the song Henry did for the West Memphis 3 record. Only ''Monday Night Football'' survived that one!
4th Jan '15 6:26:47 PM MorgenReiter
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4th Jan '15 5:55:48 PM MorgenReiter
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* TheEighties

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* TheEightiesTheEighties: Though they started in TheSeventies, this was when they were at their biggest.



* HardcorePunk

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* HardcorePunkHardcorePunk: TropeCodifier alongside Music/MinorThreat.
** PostHardcore: Started to go in this direction in their later yaers
** DoomMetal: Added elements of this starting with ''My War''.
** {{Grunge}}: Not part of the genre, but had a large influence on its formation.
21st Oct '14 3:37:24 PM RampinUp46
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* SlutShaming: Played with (in a way) in "Slip it In". The song takes multiple shots at an woman who is regretful for [[ReallyGetsAround "what [she] did the night before"]], [[YourCheatingHeart hitting on (and sleeping with, if the spoken word intro is anything to go by) other guys when she claims to have a boyfriend]], and blaming her actions on having too much to drink, among other things - however the song later states "You're getting around/I'm not putting it down/It's just what it is/Getting it while it's around", so this song plays the trope straight and subverts it at the same time.
9th Jul '14 11:37:47 AM SonofaGun:Superhero#1
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* EpicRocking - "Nothing Left Inside", "Scream" and "Three Nights" from ''My War'' are all about 6 minutes in length. "Armageddon Man" from ''Family Man'' clocks at 9 minutes. "Your Last Affront" and the title song of ''The Process of Weeding Out'' are both just under 10 minutes.

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* EpicRocking - "Nothing Left Inside", "Scream" and "Three Nights" from ''My War'' are all about 6 minutes in length. "Armageddon Man" from ''Family Man'' clocks at 9 minutes. "Your Last Affront" and the title song of ''The Process of Weeding Out'' are both just under 10 minutes and "You're Not Evil" from ''Slip It In'' is about seven minutes while the titular track is just over six minutes.
30th May '14 10:36:42 AM DiScOrDtHeLuNaTiC
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* ExecutiveMeddling: ''Damaged'' was going to be released nationwide, under an MCA imprint. But the label would have lost money on the record, so they not only wouldn't release it, they filed a legal injunction that prevented Black Flag from releasing ''any'' material on another label for several years. This all but killed the band's chances of making it big.
30th May '14 10:36:27 AM DiScOrDtHeLuNaTiC
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* ExecutiveMeddling: ''Damaged'' was going to be released nationwide, under an MCA imprint. But the label would have lost money on the record, so they not only wouldn't release it, they filed a legal injunction that prevented Black Flag from releasing ''any'' material on another label for several years. This all but killed the band's chances of making it big.
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