...essential reading for any fan. - Rock Sound
Stevie Chick has been writing about music for more than ten years, contributing to such titles as MOJO, The Guardian, Kerrang!, Plan B, Arena, The Times, NME, Sleazenation, Melody Maker and Careless Talk Costs Lives and editing underground rock magazine Loose Lips Sink Ships with photographer Steve Gullick. He is the author of Psychic COnfusion: The Sonic Youth Story, also published by Omnibus Press. He lives in South London.
This is an Informative and entertaining history of one of the most important bands of the 1980's.Published 1 month ago by Josh Bickford
Phenomenal book with great interviews and really nicely put together! Great work here!Published 5 months ago by Mike Law
I love Black Flag. I love all eras of the band's recorded output (save the 2013 release). This was a good book but the diversions into non black flag topics were a little longPublished 6 months ago by Troy Wright
I owned "Everything Went Black" on vinyl and "Damaged" on CD and heard "Black Flag" or seen the "4 Bars" almost weekly the past 20 years but I never... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Dave Anderson
The big question here (that really should have been explored in a postscript) is why was this book written by a Brit? Read morePublished 11 months ago by Seth Hexx
The story of one of the greatest punk rock bands ever.
Stevie Chick did a really good job.
I just can't stop reading.
A lot of these stories are found in GET IN THE VAN. I wonder why on page 225 it tells about Rollins first show, and references his new BLACK FLAG BARS TATTOO on his left arm. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Bryant Liggett