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#340 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums, this is one of the most influential punk records of all time! 1984 reissue with no bar code.
Perhaps the best album to emerge from the quagmire that was early-'80s California hardcore punk, the visceral, intensely physical presence of Damaged has yet to be equaled, although many bands have tried. Although Black Flag had been recording for three years prior to this release, the fact that Henry Rollins was now their lead singer made all the difference. His furious bellow and barely contained ferocity was the missing piece the band needed to become great. Also, guitarist/mastermind Greg Ginn wrote a slew of great songs for this record that, while suffused with the usual punk conceits (alienation, boredom, disenfranchisement), were capable of making one laugh out loud, especially the protoslacker satire "TV Party." Extremely controversial when it was released, Damaged endured the slings and arrows of outrageous criticism (some reacted as though this record alone would cause the fall of America's youth) to become and remain an important document of its time.
|A2||Spray Paint The Walls||0:32|
|A4||What I See||1:47|
|A6||Thirsty & Miserable||2:05|
|A8||Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie||1:50|
|B6||Life Of Pain||2:48|
Original Release Year: 1981
Catalog #: SST 007
Format: 12" Vinyl LP
Vinyl Color: Black
Condition: Used - Cover has only light wear, some small dings on open edge. Vinyl is shiny with only a few very light scratches/scuffs. Image shown above is the actual item you will receive.