To Flag's credit, the bulk of the set list at the Gramercy Theatre tonight was comprised of the band's early Morris-Dubrowski and Dubrowski-Cadena years, only once going as far as Dukowski's "My War" from 1984. That said, the set list remained firmly entrenched in Black Flag's hardcore punk era, even though the band's more experimental later years were more popular. Morris sang 18 songs, including "Don't Care", which he originally sang with Circle Jerks after leaving Black Flag, and Dubrowski's "You Bet We’ve Got Something Against You!," afterwards asking Dubrowski if the song really was written about him. Cadena, who is reportedly battling cancer, sang five songs from 1981. In the end, any Black Flag reunion without Greg Ginn and vocalist Henry Rollins is not going to look like the Black Flag known to most punk fans, but this version of Flag did a more than fair job of paying tribute to the early sounds and legacy of one of the most pivotal punk bands of all time.