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No Age “Six Pack” (Black Flag Cover)

Back in December 2014, L.A.’s Gallery1988 held their third annual Thirty Three and a Third exhibition, which celebrates important albums by having artists recreate the cover artwork. To supplement the exhibition, they asked various bands to cover tracks from legendary acts like Wheatus and The Misfits, then created a box set collection of 7″ records from the results.

Los Angeles rock duo No Age accepted the challenged and decided to cover Black Flag’s legendary ode to beer, “Six Pack.” While No Age delivers a more-distorted version of the song, it still is heavy with destruction and just as riddled with chants of “SIX PACK!” as Henry Rollin’s original version.

Gallery1988’s Thirty Three And A Third box set features four different artists covering eight different songs. You can nab the set that includes No Age’s “Six Pack” and “Sex Beat” by The Gun Club for $40 over at Gallery1988’s official store.

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