Black Flag – Jealous Again – Vinyl Record
Jealous Again is an EP by the American punk rock band Black Flag. Jealous Again was originally released in 1980 as a 7-inch vinyl EP.
“Jealous Again”: The title track and one of Black Flag’s early punk anthems.
“Revenge”: A fast-paced punk song with aggressive vocals.
“White Minority”: Controversial for its lyrics, the song addresses issues of racism and has been interpreted in various ways.
“No Values”: A punk track expressing dissatisfaction with societal norms.
Jealous Again is a quintessential punk release, featuring raw and aggressive energy. The EP is notable for Keith Morris’s distinct vocal delivery and Greg Ginn’s pioneering guitar work. Jealous Again is considered a seminal release in the hardcore punk genre and played a significant role in shaping Black Flag’s early sound. It captures the band’s intensity and DIY ethos.
The EP, along with subsequent releases, contributed to Black Flag’s influence on the punk and hardcore scenes. The band is often regarded as one of the pioneers of American hardcore punk.
Jealous Again has been reissued several times, including as part of the compilation album “The First Four Years,” which gathers early Black Flag material.
Keith Morris, the original vocalist, left the band shortly after the release of Jealous Again. He was replaced by Ron Reyes, and later, Henry Rollins became the band’s iconic vocalist.
Jealous Again stands as a powerful and influential release in punk rock history. It showcases the intensity and urgency of Black Flag’s early sound and remains a classic in the hardcore punk genre.
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