Social Distortion Discography

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Social Distortion

Social Distortion (sometimes referred to simply as Social D) is an American punk rock band formed in 1978 in Fullerton, Orange County, California.[2] The band currently consists of Mike Ness (vocals, guitars), Jonny Wickersham (guitars), Brent Harding (bass) and Charlie Quintana (drums). They are often credited as one of the leading bands of the 1980s hardcore punk explosion.

Mommy's Little Monster (1983)
Mommy's Little Monster is the first album released by American punk rock band Social Distortion, which was released in 1983.
Track listing:
1. The Creeps (I Just Wanna Give You)
2. Another State of Mind
3. It Wasn't a Pretty Picture
4. Telling Them
5. Hour of Darkness
6. Mommy's Little Monster
7. Anti-Fashion
8. All the Answers
9. Moral Threat

Prison Bound (1988)
Prison Bound is the second album released by Social Distortion. It was released in 1988. It expands upon the punk sound of 1983's Mommy's Little Monster by adding elements of Johnny Cash style country and The Rolling Stones style rock and roll. Today, Prison Bound is looked upon as a turning point for the seminal Orange County band, paving the way for the commercial success they would achieve on their next album.
Track listing:
1. It's The Law
2. Indulgence
3. Like an Outlaw (For You)
4. Back Street Girl
5. Prison Bound
6. No Pain No Gain
7. On My Nerves
8. I Want What I Want
9. Lawless
10. Lost Child

Social Distortion (1990)
Social Distortion is the third and self-titled album by punk group Social Distortion, which was released on March 27, 1990 as their first album on Epic Records. It furthered the country music experimentation of 1988's Prison Bound with songs like "Drug Train" and the radio hit "Ball and Chain." It is widely considered to be their best release[citation needed], and it includes their most well-known songs "Story of My Life" and "Ball and Chain".
Track listing:
1. So Far Away
2. Let It Be Me
3. Story of My Life
4. Sick Boy
5. Ring of Fire
6. Ball and Chain
7. It Coulda Been Me
8. She's a Knockout
9. A Place in My Heart
10. Drug Train
11. Shame on Me
12. It's All Over Now

Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell (1992)
Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell is the fourth studio album released by Social Distortion. It was released on February 11, 1992. It continues the melding of country and rockabilly influences with punk rock that began two albums before with Prison Bound. Clear influences include Hank Williams (on "This Time Darlin'") and Johnny Cash (on "99 To Life.") The album also marks the first time that a Social Distortion line-up had not changed in three consecutive studio recordings.
Track listing:
1. Cold Feelings
2. Bad Luck
3. Making Believe
4. Born to Lose
5. Bye Bye Baby
6. When She Begins
7. 99 to Life
8. King of Fools
9. Sometimes I Do
10. This Time Darlin'
11. Ghost Town Blues

White Light, White Heat, White Trash (1996)
White Light, White Heat, White Trash (aka WLWHWT) is the fifth album by American punk rock band, Social Distortion, released on September 17, 1996 by Epic Records. The album was produced by Michael Beinhorn. White Light, White Heat, White Trash is the last Social Distortion album to feature guitarist Dennis Danell who died on February 29, 2000 of a brain aneurysm at the age of 38[1]. It is also the band's last release on Epic Records. The album got Social Distortion's highest ever chart position, debuting at #27 on the Billboard 200 charts. Stylistically, the album is harder and considered a return to their punk roots.
Track listing
1. Dear Lover
2. Don't Drag Me Down
3. Untitled
4. I Was Wrong
5. Through These Eyes
6. Down on the World Again
7. When the Angels Sing
8. Gotta Know the Rules
9. Crown of Thorns
10. Pleasure Seeker
11. Down Here (With the Rest of Us)
12. Under My Thumb

Sex, Love and Rock 'n' Roll (2004)
Sex, Love and Rock 'n' Roll is Social Distortion's sixth album. It is their first full-length studio release in 8-years since White Light, White Heat, White Trash in 1996. The album was originally scheduled to be released in the fall of 2000, but was not yet completed, and it was officially released on September 28, 2004. A great deal of the album is a musical eulogy to former guitarist Dennis Danell, who died in 2000. The album's opening track, "Reach For The Sky", became one of Social Distortion's biggest hits in the fall of 2004.
Track listing:
1. Reach for the Sky
2. Highway 101
3. Don't Take Me for Granted
4. Footprints on My Ceiling
5. Nickels and Dimes
6. I Wasn't Born to Follow
7. Winners and Losers
8. Faithless
9. Live Before You Die
10. Angel's Wings
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Greatest Hits (2007)
Greatest Hits is a compilation album by Social Distortion. It was released on June 26, 2007. It includes hit singles from Mommy's Little Monster to Sex, Love and Rock 'n' Roll – as well as the unreleased track "Far Behind", which also became a hit single – yet lacks anything from Mainliner, which is actually a compilation of unreleased early material.
Track Listing:
1. Another State of Mind
2. Mommy's Little Monster
3. Prison Bound
4. Story of My Life
5. Ball and Chain
6. Ring of Fire
7. Bad Luck
8. When the Angels Sing
9. I Was Wrong
10. Reach for the Sky
11. Far Behind
12. Maybellene
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2 comments for this post


ijin sedot gan ..

Posted on 22 Desember 2008 02.44  

tHOSE links above aren't working, such a shame!!! Anyway, I already downloaded the full working albums and I will share this to you guys cause.. why not right? These albums ars so great!




Posted on 7 November 2015 19.34