This is the full Black Flag documentary.
Social Distortion @CBGB’s, New York, NY 24-02-1992
Here’s a 2-cam mix of this great gig.
(click “Show more” for setlist)
0:00:53 01. Bye Bye Baby
0:04:00 02. Hour Of Darkness
0:07:00 03. Let It Be Me
0:11:55 04. Prison Bound
0:18:20 05. So Far Away
0:22:11 06. Ring Of Fire
0:26:55 07. 99 To Life
0:32:18 08. Cold Feelings
0:37:00 09. 1945
0:40:40 10. Bad Luck
0:46:14 11. Making Believe
0:51:17 12. Ball & Chain
0:58:35 13. Sick Girl
1:03:07 14. Born To Lose
1:08:10 15. Shame On Me
1:11:05 16. When She Begins
There has always been a very close link between LA punk rock (early hardcore) and skateboarding. While the early issues of Thrasher championed ‘skaterock” and bands like the faction and JFA played punk rock and skated no other band defined Skate rock to me like Southern California’s “Aggression”
Check this live show from 1984
Another State of Mind is a documentary film made in the summer of 1982 chronicling the adventure (and misadventure) of two punk bands — Social Distortion and Youth Brigade — as they embark on their first international tour. Along the way they meet up with another progressive punk band, Minor Threat, whom they hang out with at the Dischord house for about a week near the end of their ill-fated tour.
Found this great Minor Threat video I had never seen before – from Canoga Park LA back in 1983
Back in the mid 90s I used to talk on the phone to Chuck D from Black Flag/ SST records once a month – I told him that I had a live recording that featured “Yes I know” and ‘What can you believe?” two previously unreleased great songs and that he needed to make sure they come out – about 6 weeks later I was in Selectadisc records and there they were on cd! I didn’t have the money at the time to buy it – import cd and all that – so I came back the next day and boom it was gone! turns out later it was a bootleg but here is the song “yes I know” from that cd
Henry Rollins interviewed at Living Batch Bookstore in Albuquerque, New Mexico on September 18, 1985.
Rollins and Bob from TeleTrax discuss Black Flag, Metallica, Bruce Springsteen, Jim Morrison, MTV, Madonna, Stray Cats, etc.\