Anti-Flag “Complete Control Sessions”

August 11, 2011

“SideOneDummy owner and Complete Control Radio host, Joe Sib has once again rounded up the troops and to put together the 3rd edition of THE COMPLETE CONTROL SESSIONS. For the latest release in the series Joe tapped legendary punk band ANTI-FLAG to turn up the faders and perform ripping live versions of fan favorites.
After a killer set at the Wheels For Humanity’s charity event Rock To Roll in Los Angeles last December the band stopped by Swing House Studios and ripped out a live set of 4 songs, including a cover of The Clash’s cover of “Should I Stay or Should I Go” for the session.
Sib and company were there to capture the intensity that Anti-Flag are know for live and hang out with the band. Joe also gets a chance to interview the bands for his show, which is a two hour specialty show that plays punk rock music from all eras. The show is syndicated in 10 markets including 98.7 FM in Los Angeles.
Anti-Flag’s Complete Control Sessions will be released via SideOneDummy Records on September 27th, 2011 and will be available on a limited pressing of vinyl and digitally. The vinyl will be available exclusively through Interpunk.com. This album will also come with come with 3 unreleased Clash Covers that Anit-Flag recorded in their own studio.
Anti-Flag will be supporting NOFX this fall on the east coast and midwest.” – via Sideonedummy.com

Track Listing:
1 Should I Stay or Should I Go
2 The Economy Is Suffering (Let It Die)
3 Turncoat
4 This Is The End
5 Guns Of Brixton/I Fought The Law
6 Should I Stay or Should I Go (studio version)
7 White Riot