Against All Authority, Anti-Flag - Against All Authority / Anti-Flag FLAC album
Title: Against All Authority / Anti-Flag
FLAC version ZIP size: 1726 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1845 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1848 mb
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Haymarket Square by Against All Authority Lyrics. Anti-Violent by Anti-Flag Lyrics. 6. Daddy Was A Rich Man (Part 2) by Anti-Flag Lyrics. About Against All Authority, Anti Flag. Against All Authority, Anti Flag Q&A.
Anti-Flag is an American punk rock band from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. The band is well known for politically charged lyrics and activism, focusing on anti-war activism, anti-imperialism, class struggle, human rights, and various sociopolitical sentiments.
Anti-Flag was initially formed in 1988 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States; however within less than a year it fell apart. Justin Sane (vocals/guitar) and Pat Thetic (drums) founded the group and recruited a line up that never seemed to stabilize. They played only one show before rupturing in 1989. This same year they released a split EP Reject with punk contemporaries Against All Authority as well as the album North America Sucks yet another split release this time with the group . Following several line up changes the band released their second studio debut Their System Doesn’t Work For You through their own independent label A-F Records
Complete your Against All Authority, Anti-Flag collection. Hello all, does everyone have this on colored vinyl or is it mostly released on black? I'm only asking because I acquired mine and it's Red vinyl but it doesn't say anything about it here. Does anyone have the facts on this one?
So Anti-Flag and Against All Authority have a lot of angst to get off of their chest, and that the music is their soap box to scream about all the wrong doings of the world. Their intentions are well deserved, but unfortunately it doesn't fuel their music. AAA have this angry ska-punk thing going on which is done a lot better than other, but the fact of the matter is that this is ska-punk! Hasn't anyone learned that this genre has been overdone? As for Anti-Flag, again, good intentions but they look as if they were extras on that .
Man, I miss old Anti-Flag. I've really only heard a handful of Against All Authority songs, but I really enjoy what I have heard. The cover art for their side features a drawing of a mohawked punk strangling a police officer, which is just cool overall. When the first song "Nothing to Lose" kicks off, I made sure my turntable was on the right speed, as I was blown away by how incredibly fast their bassist sings. The song sets the stage for the rest of their contributions, as all are incredibly played and sung at breakneck speed. The only problem is the songs all kind of sound.
American Fall' out November 3rd, 2017 .
A strong engagement in political and social issues is clearly evident in their lyrics. The band maintain a fierce DIY stance influenced by the approach of the Dead Kennedys and Subhumans
|–Against All Authority||Nothing To Lose|
|–Against All Authority||When It Comes Down To You|
|–Against All Authority||Haymarket Square|
|–Anti-Flag||Daddy Was A Rich Man Part II|
|ROR 004||Against All Authority, Anti-Flag||Against All Authority, Anti-Flag - Against All Authority / Anti-Flag (7", Red)||Records Of Rebellion||ROR 004||1996|
|ROR 004||Against All Authority, Anti-Flag||Against All Authority, Anti-Flag - Against All Authority / Anti-Flag (7")||Records Of Rebellion||ROR 004||US||1996|
|none||Anti-Flag / Against All Authority||Anti-Flag / Against All Authority - split (6xFile, FLAC)||Not On Label (Anti-Flag Self-released)||none||2015|