Black Flag – Slip It In – Vinyl Record
Slip It In is the fourth studio album by the American punk rock band Black Flag. It was released on December 3, 1984, by SST Records. The album represents a shift in Black Flag’s sound, incorporating elements of heavy metal and hard rock while still maintaining their punk roots.
“Slip It In” features a heavier and more experimental sound compared to their previous releases. The album showcases the band’s evolving musical style, with slow, heavy guitar riffs, intense drumming, and aggressive vocals. The lyrics explore a range of themes, including social commentary, personal struggles, and political issues.
Some notable tracks on “Slip It In” include the title track “Slip It In,” “Black Coffee,” “My Ghetto,” and “You’re Not Evil.” The album also includes an extended version of the instrumental track “Rat’s Eyes,” featuring spoken word segments by Henry Rollins.
The album’s cover art, stirred controversy and became a subject of censorship.
The vinyl record edition of “Slip It In” provides fans with an analog experience, allowing them to immerse themselves in the album’s original sound and aesthetics. The vinyl release typically includes a 12-inch disc with the album’s tracks, along with any additional artwork or liner notes.
Slip It In is regarded as a significant release in Black Flag’s discography, showcasing their musical evolution and willingness to push boundaries within the punk and hardcore scene.
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Slip It In
You’re Not Evil