Social Distortion - Vinyl Bundle (Mommy's Little Monster / Sex, Love and Rock 'N' Roll / Mainliner)
Social Distortion - Vinyl Bundle (Mommy's Little Monster / Sex, Love and Rock 'N' Roll / Mainliner)
Social Distortion - Vinyl Bundle (Mommy's Little Monster / Sex, Love and Rock 'N' Roll / Mainliner)
Social Distortion - Vinyl Bundle (Mommy's Little Monster / Sex, Love and Rock 'N' Roll / Mainliner)

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Social Distortion - Vinyl Bundle (Mommy's Little Monster / Sex, Love and Rock 'N' Roll / Mainliner)

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Save $12.98 when you bundle these 3 records together. 

About Mommy's Little Monster: Social Distortion's 1983 debut, Mommy’s Little Monster was released on the band’s own label, 13th Floor Records. Full of raw vocals, powerful guitar-driven hooks, and plenty of attitude, the seminal album gained Social Distortion a national following and went on to inspire the likes of the Offspring, Rancid and many other well-known artists. Standout tracks include “The Creeps (I Just Wanna Give You)” and “Another State of Mind.”

About Sex, Love and Rock 'N' Roll: 2004’s much-anticipated Sex, Love and Rock ‘n’ Roll marked the group’s first studio album in eight years, following 1996’s White Light, White Heat, White Trash and two solo records from Ness. The band had also taken time to refocus after the sudden death of founding member Dennis Danell at just 38. Sex, Love and Rock ‘n’ Roll found a grieving Ness looking inward, but it also produced some of the band’s most acclaimed material. Highlights include the opening track, “Reach for the Sky,” which became one of the band’s biggest hits, as well as the introspective "Live Before You Die," and the hopeful "Don't Take Me For Granted," written for Danell. 

About Mainliner (Wreckage from the Past): This collection offers Social Distortion’s earliest singles and B-sides from 1981, the majority of which never appeared on any of the band’s full-length albums. Released in 1995, the compilation gives fans a peek into the group’s creative development, when they were still teenagers, with fan favorites like “1945,” “All the Answers,” and “Moral Threat,” plus a cover of the Rolling Stones’ “Under My Thumb.”


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Mommy's Little Monster
A1. A Man and the Blues 
A2. I Can't Quit the Blues
A3. Money (That's What I Want)
A4. One Room Country Shack
A5. Mary Had a Little Lamb
B1. Just Playing My Axe
B2. Sweet Little Angel
B3. Worry, Worry
B4. Jam on a Monday Morning

Sex, Love and Rock 'N' Roll
A1. Reach For The Sky
A2. Highway 101
A3. Don't Take Me For Granted
A4. Footprints On My Ceiling
A5. Nickels And Dimes
B1. I Wasn't Born To Follow
B2. Winner And Losers
B3. Faithless
B4. Live Before You Die
B5. Angel's Wings

Mainliner (Wreckage from the Past)

A1. 1945 - Posh Boy Version
A2. Playpen - Posh Boy Version
A3. Mainliner
A4. Moral Threat
A5. All The Answers
B1. Justice For All
B2. Under My Thumb
B3. 1945 - 13th Floor Version
B4. Playpen - 13th Floor Version
B5. Mass Hysteria

• 1-LP vinyl
• Standard sleeve

 

 

 

 

Details

Save $12.98 when you bundle these 3 records together. 

About Mommy's Little Monster: Social Distortion's 1983 debut, Mommy’s Little Monster was released on the band’s own label, 13th Floor Records. Full of raw vocals, powerful guitar-driven hooks, and plenty of attitude, the seminal album gained Social Distortion a national following and went on to inspire the likes of the Offspring, Rancid and many other well-known artists. Standout tracks include “The Creeps (I Just Wanna Give You)” and “Another State of Mind.”

About Sex, Love and Rock 'N' Roll: 2004’s much-anticipated Sex, Love and Rock ‘n’ Roll marked the group’s first studio album in eight years, following 1996’s White Light, White Heat, White Trash and two solo records from Ness. The band had also taken time to refocus after the sudden death of founding member Dennis Danell at just 38. Sex, Love and Rock ‘n’ Roll found a grieving Ness looking inward, but it also produced some of the band’s most acclaimed material. Highlights include the opening track, “Reach for the Sky,” which became one of the band’s biggest hits, as well as the introspective "Live Before You Die," and the hopeful "Don't Take Me For Granted," written for Danell. 

About Mainliner (Wreckage from the Past): This collection offers Social Distortion’s earliest singles and B-sides from 1981, the majority of which never appeared on any of the band’s full-length albums. Released in 1995, the compilation gives fans a peek into the group’s creative development, when they were still teenagers, with fan favorites like “1945,” “All the Answers,” and “Moral Threat,” plus a cover of the Rolling Stones’ “Under My Thumb.”


Questions?
Read our Store FAQ or Contact Us

Tracklist

Mommy's Little Monster
A1. A Man and the Blues 
A2. I Can't Quit the Blues
A3. Money (That's What I Want)
A4. One Room Country Shack
A5. Mary Had a Little Lamb
B1. Just Playing My Axe
B2. Sweet Little Angel
B3. Worry, Worry
B4. Jam on a Monday Morning

Sex, Love and Rock 'N' Roll
A1. Reach For The Sky
A2. Highway 101
A3. Don't Take Me For Granted
A4. Footprints On My Ceiling
A5. Nickels And Dimes
B1. I Wasn't Born To Follow
B2. Winner And Losers
B3. Faithless
B4. Live Before You Die
B5. Angel's Wings

Mainliner (Wreckage from the Past)

A1. 1945 - Posh Boy Version
A2. Playpen - Posh Boy Version
A3. Mainliner
A4. Moral Threat
A5. All The Answers
B1. Justice For All
B2. Under My Thumb
B3. 1945 - 13th Floor Version
B4. Playpen - 13th Floor Version
B5. Mass Hysteria

Features

• 1-LP vinyl
• Standard sleeve