Social Distortion is the eponymous third studio album by the American punk rock band Social Distortion, released on March 27, 1990 through Epic Records, their first recording on that label. The album furthered the rockabilly, blues and country music experimentation of their previous album with songs like "Drug Train" and the radio hit "Ball and Chain". The focus on the alternative rock scene helped bring attention to Social Distortion
The discography of Social Distortion, a Southern California-based punk rock band formed in 1978 by vocalist/guitarist and founder Mike Ness, contains seven studio albums, one extended play (EP), two compilation albums, two DVDs and twenty-four singles. After releasing a handful of singles between 1980 and 1982, Social Distortion released their first studio album in 1983, titled Mommy's Little Monster. Five years elapsed before Social Distortion's next major release, Prison Bound.
Social Distortion is the third studio album by Social Distortion. The album came out in March 1990 and marks the band's first venture on the major label Epic Records. It furthered the country music experimentation of the previous album Prison Bound with songs like "Drug Train" and one of their famous songs "Ball and Chain. Social Distortion was met with critical reception upon its release, and is now considered a classic album by fans, critics, and the band members themselves
Social Distortion announced a full US tour in the fall of 2010 in support of their new album, supported by Frank Turner and Lucero Social Distortion performing songs from Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes with backing singers Kandace Lindsey (second from left) and Ijeoma Njaka (third from left). At a show in Poughkeepsie, New York on July 27, 2010, frontman Mike Ness revealed that the new Social Distortion album would be called Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes.
This is Social Distortion's third studio release and their major label debut (Epic Records). They left their previous record label "Time Bomb Recordings" in 1989. This self titled disc was released on May 27, 1990, two years after their previous release, Prison Bound, which ended the five year drought of no releases. With this album, Social Distortion proved they were back on track after a five year hiatus from 1983 to 1988.
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