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Pop/Rock - Paru le 1 septembre 1996 | 550 Music

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C’est en 1996 que sort cet album de Social Distortion qui marque un retour aux sources pour ce groupe qui a émergé au début des années 1980 au sein de la scène punk rock californienne aux côtés de Bad Religion, Black Flag et autres Dead Kennedys.Après avoir élargit son public sur deux albums parfois mal compris entre 1998 et 1992 grâce à une  incursion dans un rock plus accessible voir un rock’n’roll à l’ancienne, inspiré par Monsieur Johnny Cash, (l’une des idoles de Mike Ness) ce White Light White Heat White Trash vient rassurer les fans originels. Social Distortion est et restera un vrai groupe de punk ! Écouter le sort qu’il réserve à la reprise des Stones, « Under My Thumb », suffit pour s’en convaincre.Ici, les riffs terriblement nerveux, mordent quand il faut, les solos d’une facture certes classique ne lassent pas car ils sont sous-tendus par une rythmique essentielle et tout à fait excellente d’un bout à l’autre de l’album. Un album qui sera le dernier mené par le duo fondateur Mike Ness / Dennis Danell, ce dernier mort d’une rupture d’anévrisme en 2000 n’aura pas d’autre occasion de faire rugir ses guitares. Un disque symbole.   © ©Copyright Music Story Anne Yven 2021
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Pop/Rock - Paru le 27 mars 1990 | Epic

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Alternatif et Indé - Paru le 18 janvier 2011 | Epitaph

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Rock - Paru le 1 janvier 2007 | The Bicycle Music Company

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Pop/Rock - Paru le 11 février 1992 | Epic

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Rock - Paru le 1 janvier 2004 | The Bicycle Music Company

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Alternatif et Indé - Paru le 3 juin 1998 | Epitaph

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Rock - Paru le 1 janvier 1982 | The Bicycle Music Company

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Alternatif et Indé - Paru le 28 septembre 2004 | Epitaph

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Rock - Paru le 1 janvier 1998 | The Bicycle Music Company

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Rock - Paru le 1 janvier 1988 | The Bicycle Music Company

After the long layoff that followed their groundbreaking debut, Mommy's Little Monster, Mike Ness and Social Distortion dropped another seminal punk offering, Prison Bound, in 1988. Slower and more song-driven than their previous disc, this sophomore outing is an absolute triumph. The epic stories of hard living and regret that became Social Distortion's trademark fill Prison Bound's track list. Right off the top, the band adds Ghost Riders-like surf/country guitar riffs to "It's the Law," proclaiming a commitment to their rootsy punk direction. Cautionary tales like the title cut foreshadow future monster hits like "Ball and Chain" off of the group's self-titled 1990 release. Other highlights include "Like an Outlaw" and a raucous cover of the Rolling Stones' "Backstreet Girl." Fans of Social Distortion who have somehow neglected to pick up this gem are encouraged to do just that at their very first opportunity, as the list of West Coast punk offerings more influential than Prison Bound is extremely short. © Vincent Jeffries /TiVo
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Alternatif et Indé - Paru le 1 janvier 1988 | Epitaph

After the long layoff that followed their groundbreaking debut, Mommy's Little Monster, Mike Ness and Social Distortion dropped another seminal punk offering, Prison Bound, in 1988. Slower and more song-driven than their previous disc, this sophomore outing is an absolute triumph. The epic stories of hard living and regret that became Social Distortion's trademark fill Prison Bound's track list. Right off the top, the band adds Ghost Riders-like surf/country guitar riffs to "It's the Law," proclaiming a commitment to their rootsy punk direction. Cautionary tales like the title cut foreshadow future monster hits like "Ball and Chain" off of the group's self-titled 1990 release. Other highlights include "Like an Outlaw" and a raucous cover of the Rolling Stones' "Backstreet Girl." Fans of Social Distortion who have somehow neglected to pick up this gem are encouraged to do just that at their very first opportunity, as the list of West Coast punk offerings more influential than Prison Bound is extremely short. © Vincent Jeffries /TiVo
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Rock - Paru le 18 juillet 1995 | The Bicycle Music Company

Mainliner: Wreckage From the Past is a collection of early singles and rare B-sides from Orange County punk legends Social Distortion. Recorded while they were still in their teens, this early material shows no signs of the country-influenced sound that would appear later in the band's career. The main style displayed here is pure punk fury with short, fast songs, lyrics about teen rebellion, and plenty of attitude to go around. "Playpen," "Moral Threat," and "All the Answers" speak of the plight of the early punk rockers who took major abuse from all forms of authority back in a period where the musical style was still considered dangerous. "Mainliner" is a not-at-all subtle tale of heroin abuse. A cover of "Under My Thumb" shows early on that the Rolling Stones were just as much an influence on Social Distortion as the Sex Pistols and the Clash. This collection is definitely intended for dedicated fans and is more of a history lesson than a proper album. Although extremely raw and a bit naïve, becoming familiar with this material will help fans understand where the band came from and appreciate their point of view on stronger, later material. © Paul Tinelli /TiVo
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Alternatif et Indé - Paru le 19 novembre 2007 | Epitaph

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Alternatif et Indé - Paru le 18 juillet 1995 | Epitaph

Mainliner: Wreckage From the Past is a collection of early singles and rare B-sides from Orange County punk legends Social Distortion. Recorded while they were still in their teens, this early material shows no signs of the country-influenced sound that would appear later in the band's career. The main style displayed here is pure punk fury with short, fast songs, lyrics about teen rebellion, and plenty of attitude to go around. "Playpen," "Moral Threat," and "All the Answers" speak of the plight of the early punk rockers who took major abuse from all forms of authority back in a period where the musical style was still considered dangerous. "Mainliner" is a not-at-all subtle tale of heroin abuse. A cover of "Under My Thumb" shows early on that the Rolling Stones were just as much an influence on Social Distortion as the Sex Pistols and the Clash. This collection is definitely intended for dedicated fans and is more of a history lesson than a proper album. Although extremely raw and a bit naïve, becoming familiar with this material will help fans understand where the band came from and appreciate their point of view on stronger, later material. © Paul Tinelli /TiVo
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Rock - Paru le 27 mars 1990 | Epic - Legacy

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Rock - Paru le 27 mars 1990 | Epic - Legacy

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Rock - Paru le 28 avril 2020 | SHOCKWAVES

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Pop - Paru le 1 septembre 1996 | 550 Music - Epic

C’est en 1996 que sort cet album de Social Distortion qui marque un retour aux sources pour ce groupe qui a émergé au début des années 1980 au sein de la scène punk rock californienne aux côtés de Bad Religion, Black Flag et autres Dead Kennedys.Après avoir élargit son public sur deux albums parfois mal compris entre 1998 et 1992 grâce à une  incursion dans un rock plus accessible voir un rock’n’roll à l’ancienne, inspiré par Monsieur Johnny Cash, (l’une des idoles de Mike Ness) ce White Light White Heat White Trash vient rassurer les fans originels. Social Distortion est et restera un vrai groupe de punk ! Écouter le sort qu’il réserve à la reprise des Stones, « Under My Thumb », suffit pour s’en convaincre.Ici, les riffs terriblement nerveux, mordent quand il faut, les solos d’une facture certes classique ne lassent pas car ils sont sous-tendus par une rythmique essentielle et tout à fait excellente d’un bout à l’autre de l’album. Un album qui sera le dernier mené par le duo fondateur Mike Ness / Dennis Danell, ce dernier mort d’une rupture d’anévrisme en 2000 n’aura pas d’autre occasion de faire rugir ses guitares. Un disque symbole.   © ©Copyright Music Story Anne Yven 2021
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Pop/Rock - Paru le 6 janvier 2012 | Epic - Legacy

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