Album artwork for Slip It In by Black Flag

Slip It In followed My War almost immediately with the band still wandering a bit, experimenting with expanding the breadth of hardcore into a newer hard rock/punk sound. This is especially true of Greg Ginn's guitar playing, which was becoming increasingly avant-garde and exciting. Rather than simply coughing up one clichéd solo after another, he wandered harmolodically up and down the fretboard as a jazz player like James Blood Ulmer would, making the material more interesting than what most Black Flag-influenced bands were playing.

Black Flag

Slip It In

Album artwork for Slip It In by Black Flag
LP

£29.99

Black
Released 04/08/2023Catalogue Number

SST29

Black Flag

Slip It In

Album artwork for Slip It In by Black Flag
LP

£29.99

Black
Released 04/08/2023Catalogue Number

SST29

Slip It In followed My War almost immediately with the band still wandering a bit, experimenting with expanding the breadth of hardcore into a newer hard rock/punk sound. This is especially true of Greg Ginn's guitar playing, which was becoming increasingly avant-garde and exciting. Rather than simply coughing up one clichéd solo after another, he wandered harmolodically up and down the fretboard as a jazz player like James Blood Ulmer would, making the material more interesting than what most Black Flag-influenced bands were playing.