Slip It In

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Slip It In is the third studio album by the American hardcore punk band Black Flag, released in 1984 on SST Records.

Slip It In is an extension of the sound Black Flag utilized on its predecessor My War, that is: heavy, cathartic, intense, dense and progressive. At this point, Black Flag was considered by many to be one of the leading bands of the American punk scene. The album pursued the newer, lengthier song arrangements that Black Flag would develop until its demise. It also features Henry Rollins' further development as a songwriter, contributing four of eight tracks on the album, as well as the debut of bassist Kira Roessler.

Slip It In also demonstrates Black Flag’s increasing use of instrumentals, with "Obliteration" where Greg Ginn demonstrates his increasingly more complex playing style.

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