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Jealous Again
Black Flag
Jealous Again
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
 
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All Artists: Black Flag
Title: Jealous Again
Members Wishing: 5
Total Copies: 0
Label: Sst Records
Release Date: 11/1/1991
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Styles: Hardcore & Punk, American Alternative
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 018861000329, 669910742556
 

CD Reviews

A classic
Andrew Strawn | ATX | 01/08/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is some of Flag's best work, but unless you are a big fan of the cover art you can get it on the First 4 Years album along with a lot of other singles and albums. Also you can buy this from SST superstore online cheaper."
Black Flag's best vocalist was Chavo!
Johnny Roulette | 01/08/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Jealous Again has an element that was missing from the Rollins years. Chavo made it FUN. It's undisciplined rage with a very sardonic edge. This was the best that Black Flag ever managed....and it's wonderful! Yeah, there are only five short songs, but who cares. Jealous Again is a classic. In the early 80's we had Reagan, the Cold War & suburban life was horribly dull. These guys came out of a time when punk was still an attitude and a way of life. This is far superior to anything the current crop of mall punks have produced. Punk was alive from Iggy & The Stooges on through to Fang, after that it was neutered. Black Flag's Jealous Again is a quintessential platter from the height of the movement."
Another Brilliant Black Flag EP
Erik Samson | San Fransisco, CA | 07/13/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Energy. Like a roaring mistle, the Flag's second EP hits you in the gut with an amazing momentum that never lets up. It is pure, raw, unabashed emotion, condensed into five 90-second punk classics. Chavo's singeng, though nothing like the brilliant drunken howl of Keith Morris, is still great, a throaty, primal shout that isn't always coherent, but is definatley pissed off. We can even hear a bit of evolution on Greg Ginn's part. Instead of just playing power chords, Ginn plays actual solos as well as delving into more complex chords and song structures. As such, Jeleous Again hints at where Black Flag was going as a band. At a lean n' mean six minutes, Jeleous again stays true to the original punk ideology of short, loud, and simple. The only thing I DON'T like about the EP is the lyrics to "white minority." Call me a bleedin' heart liberal, but I just don't like racism. I don't like the song but.... hey, that's what skip buttons are for."