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  1. Mora
    In My Head is the sixth studio album by American band Black anevoutbeadislia.dekepinhygaltenemocamarselfge.co was released in on SST Records, and was their final studio album before their breakup in The CD reissue adds three of the four songs that later appeared on the I Can See You EP, replicating the original cassette release which came out concurrent to the LP.. After building a reputation for confrontational Genre: Hardcore punk, punk rock, post-hardcore, .
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  2. Juzilkree
    Label: SST Records - SSTC • Format: Cassette Album White • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk, Heavy Metal Black Flag - In My Head (, White, Cassette) | Discogs Explore/5(14).
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  3. Turan
    Jan 24,  · In My Head is the sixth studio album by American band Black Flag. It was released in on SST Records, and was their final studio album before their breakup in The CD reissue adds three of the four songs that later appeared on the I Can See You EP, replicating the original cassette release which came out concurrent to the LP/5(14).
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  4. Galabar
    Oct 07,  · If you love this era of Black Flag I highly recommend that you 'SEEK' live bootlegs of the 'In My Head Tour' which put these songs to justice. It's well known that the band was always under financial strain and were constantly touring thus the album's don't always show Black Flag's true strength as an INTENSE live band/5().
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  5. Tauzuru
    In My Head was the last album by Black Flag before vocalist Henry Rollins formed The Rollins Band. This album does not disappoint. It's not my favorite Flag album, but it certainly is good. Greg Ginn's guitar sounds a little different than on previous albums, and that's a good thing. There are very unique melodic changes in the songs/5(39).
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  6. Nelar
    Much of In My Head was actually recorded before the preceding album, Loose Nut. In My Head was recorded in sessions spanning from October to March , Loose Nut was recorded as part of the March sessions along with The Process of Weeding Out EP, and some tracks from the cassette and CD versions of this album that later got an independent release as the I Can See You EP.
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  7. Vucage
    But there was a catch. Henry Rollins, immensely inspired by Ginn's musical progression and feeling a bit left out, started writing lyrics to many of Ginn's songs, presenting the guitarist with some of later Black Flag's most legendary cuts (i.e. In My Head, Drinking & Driving).
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  8. Meztile
    Hot on the heels of the live record came Loose Nut and In My Head, which showed significant improvement over My War and Slip It In. Henry Rollins and Greg Ginn were exploring by-now standard lyrical themes: hate, paranoia, loneliness, anomie, and violence, but framing them around music that was demanding, powerful, and exciting. In My Head is the slightly better of the two, primarily because.
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