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Social Distortion 6/30/1998

Review

By 1997, it had become clear to Social Distortion that their relationship with 550 (formerly Epic Records) had not worked out and that it was time to move back to the independents. They wrestled themselves free from the contract and signed with Time Bomb Recordings. Their first album for the label was Live at the Roxy, a blistering set that offered a career summation and effectively set the band up for a new beginning. No matter how good Social Distortion records are -- and they're usually fairly strong -- the band performs with more energy and passion on-stage, and Live at the Roxy captures the intensity of their live show. It doesn't have any surprises, but the set list is solid and the performance's thrilling, which makes it a must for dedicated fans. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Story of My Life Social Distortion 5:59
  3. 2 Bad Luck Social Distortion 4:28
  4. 3 Under My Thumb Social Distortion 2:52
  5. 4 Prison Bound Social Distortion 6:36
  6. 5 Mommy's Little Monster Social Distortion 4:5
  7. 6 Mass Hysteria Social Distortion 3:24
  8. 7 The Creeps Social Distortion 3:4
  9. 8 Another State of Mind Social Distortion 2:52
  10. 9 Let It Be Me Social Distortion 4:29
  11. 10 No Pain, No Gain Social Distortion 3:24
  12. 11 Cold Feelings Social Distortion 3:54
  13. 12 Telling Them Social Distortion 3:58
  14. 13 I Was Wrong Social Distortion 4:2
  15. 14 1945 Social Distortion 3:0
  16. 15 Don't Drag Me Down Social Distortion 4:56
  17. 16 Ball and Chain Social Distortion 7:5
  18. 17 Ring of Fire Social Distortion 6:44
  19. 18 [Untitled][Hidden] Social Distortion 0:4

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