The first record from San Francisco's legendary Flipper, originally released in 1982. Post-hardcore? Post-Punk, Art-Rock. Despite being a part of SF's Punk scene Flipper were really only punk in spirit, eschewing conventions and making no concessions. Sludgy, distorted, atonal, noise rock jams that sound as urgent and heavy as they must have 25 years ago. A huge influence on bands such as Nirvana (their current lineup includes Krist Novoselic on bass) and the Melvins. Album - Generic Flipper contains the classics "Sex Bomb," and "Life." 180 gram vinyl.
Life Is Cheap
Shed No Tears
(I Saw You) Shine
Way of the World
Living for the Depression
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
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