Good old bad-ass Blues-Punk-Rock! Time only makes this record better. With the perfect mix of rockabilly style punk rock and Mike Ness's lazy vocal style, this is the perfect album to drive to. It's not really a blues, country or punk album, yet it is all of these things at once. Allow yourself to be pummeled into submission by the wall of sound that will be emitting from your speakers. It's throwing the likes of The Rolling Stones, Johnny Cash, Crazy Horse, The Stooges and The Pistols in a blender with a touch of Hank Williams and you'll find yourself almost wishing for the punishing 11 songs assault to end and then cursing how quickly it seemed to be over in the same breath. Repeat when necessary.
Good old bad-ass Blues-Punk-Rock! Time only makes this record better. With the perfect mix of rockabilly style punk rock and Mike Ness's lazy vocal style, this is the perfect album to drive to. It's not really a blues, country or punk album, yet it is all of these things at once. Allow yourself to be pummeled into submission by the wall of sound that will be emitting from your speakers. It's throwing the likes of The Rolling Stones, Johnny Cash, Crazy Horse, The Stooges and The Pistols in a blender with a touch of Hank Williams and you'll find yourself almost wishing for the punishing 11 songs assault to end and then cursing how quickly it seemed to be over in the same breath. Repeat when necessary.
8718627232828

Details

Format: CD
Label: MUSIC ON CD
Rel. Date: 03/12/2021
UPC: 8718627232828

Somewhere Between Heaven & Hell (Hol)
Artist: Social Distortion
Format: CD
New: Available $15.99
Wish

Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

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 (Bonus Track)

More Info:

Good old bad-ass Blues-Punk-Rock! Time only makes this record better. With the perfect mix of rockabilly style punk rock and Mike Ness's lazy vocal style, this is the perfect album to drive to. It's not really a blues, country or punk album, yet it is all of these things at once. Allow yourself to be pummeled into submission by the wall of sound that will be emitting from your speakers. It's throwing the likes of The Rolling Stones, Johnny Cash, Crazy Horse, The Stooges and The Pistols in a blender with a touch of Hank Williams and you'll find yourself almost wishing for the punishing 11 songs assault to end and then cursing how quickly it seemed to be over in the same breath. Repeat when necessary.