Social Distortion

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Bad Luck
Used - 12 - EAS4348
Hard To Find 1992 Promo Only 12" Single. Same Track Both Sides. more
Bad Luck
Used - 12 - EAS 4348
1992 Promo Only 12 Inch Single Housed In A Picture Sleeve. Appears Unplayed. Hint Of Label Ring Wear. more
Bad Luck
New - 12 - EAS 4348
1992 Promo Only 12 Inch Single Housed In A Picture Sleeve. New, Unplayed Copy From The Private Stash Of The Group's Producer, David Jerden. more
Greatest Hits
New - LP - 70930-43548-1
Sealed, latest run of the 2007 2LP hits collection. Housed in a single pocket jacket. more
Greatest Hits
New - LP - 70930-43548-1
Sealed 2007 2LP Original Compilation From The Collection Of Jim Guerinot, Former Manager Of Social Distortion, Gwen Stefani And Others. Archival Quality Copy And The First Copy We Have Ever Had In Stock. Includes Hit Singles From "Mommy's Little Monster" To "Sex, Love And Rock 'N' Roll" - As Well As The Unreleased Track "Far Behind", Which Also Became A Hit Single – Yet Lacks Anything From "Mainliner", Which Is Actually A Compilation Of Unreleased Early Material. "Far Behind" Is Also The Band's First New Song Recorded With Then-Current Line-Up Of Mike Ness (Vocals, Guitars), Jonny "2 Bags" Wickersham (Guitar), Brent Harding (Bass Guitar) And Charlie Quintana (Drums). The Limited Edition Vinyl For This Album Contains An Interview With Mike Ness. more
Greatest Hits
New - LP - 43548
Sealed 2LP Hits Collection With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Features One New Track Plus A Bonus Interview Not Available On The CD Version. more
Hard Times And Nursery Rhymes
New - LP - 87119
Sealed 2011 2LP Original Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. more
Live At The Roxy
Used - LP - 43516
Stunning 1998 2LP First Pressing. Includes The Limited Edition Large Fold Out Poster In Pristine Condition. Both Records Appear New, Unplayed. “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.” – S.T. Erlewine, AMG more
Mommy's Little Monster
New - LP - 51019
Sealed 1989 2nd Issue (Originally Released On 13th Floor Records). more
Mommy's Little Monster
Picture Disc - Used - 70930-43500 PD
2001 Picture Disc Reissue. more
Mommy's Little Monster
Picture Disc - 70930-43500 PD
New, Unplayed 2001 Picture Disc From The Collection Of Jim Guerinot, Former Manager Of Social Distortion, Gwen Stefani And Others. more
Mommy's Little Monster
New - LP - CR00253
Sealed 2019 remastered reissue from Craft Recordings. "Seminal Orange County punk band Social Distortion's first full-length album Mommy's Little Monster is the epitome of early-'80s suburban California punk and provided inspiration for many future Californians, including the Offspring and Rancid. Mommy's Little Monster finds the band supplying plenty of attitude and aggression as they rip through nine tracks worth of hard, fast, power chord-filled tracks loaded with snarling anti-establishment lyrics and themes. Songs like "The Creeps (I Just Want to Give You") and "Telling Them" show a young punk group that is very angry, and they were going to let society know it whether they wanted to hear it or not. The title track, "Mommy's Little Monster," with its descriptions of the girl with blue hair and the unemployed young punk who loves to drink and fight, gives you a good idea of the characters Social Distortion was surrounded by in the scene of the day. Although the low budget production gives the album a genuine early genre feel, it tends to hinder some of the potential power of most of the tracks presented here. As frontman Mike Ness matured as a songwriter the band went on to record stronger albums later in their career, but Mommy's Little Monster is a fine document of the raw early stages of a great influential American punk band that would go on to influence countless others in the future." AMG - Paul Tinelli. more
More Girls More Cars And Even Louder Guitars
New - LP - HR 004
Sealed 1996 Limited Edition Of 500 Housed In A Generic White Sleeve With A Custom Title/Track Sticker. Features Studio Outtakes And Live Tracks. more
Orange County Cowboy
Colored Vinyl - 000
Sealed 2009 Orange Vinyl Fan Club Album. Features Several Live Acoustic Tracks. more
Prison Bound
Used - LP - 72251
Rare 1988 Original With Insert. Appears Virtually Unplayed. more
Prison Bound
New - LP - 43501
Sealed 1995 Re-Release From The Personal Collection Of The Former Manager Of Social Distortion. Clean Cut Out Hole On The Rear Bar Code. “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.” - Jason Anderson, Allmusic more
Recordings Between Then And Now
Colored Vinyl - 2889.239
Sealed 2008 Red Vinyl Bootleg. Not Much Information On These Tracks, So Not Sure If This Is Live Or Alternate Takes Of Some Classic Social D Tunes. more
Ring Of Fire
Used - 12 - EAS 2120
1990 Promo Only Two Song Twelve Inch Housed In A Picture Sleeve. New, Unplayed Copy From The Collection Of Jim Guerinot, Former Manager Of Social Distortion, Gwen Stefani And Others. more
Sex, Love And Rock 'N' Roll
Colored Vinyl - New - 70930-43547-1
Sealed 2004 Limited Edition Colored Vinyl (Red) Original. Small Bottom Edge Crack. more
Sex, Love And Rock 'N' Roll
Colored Vinyl - 43547
Sealed, 2004 Limited Edition colored Vinyl. more
Sex, Love And Rock 'N' Roll
Colored Vinyl - 43547
2004 Limited Edition Red Virgin Vinyl Original With Insert. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Social Distortion
Used - LP - E 46055
1990 Original Still In Shrink Wrap. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. Clean Cut Out Hole. This Self Titled Third Album Is Social Distortion's Major Label Debut And Commercial Breakthrough. Includes The Hits "Ball & Chain"And "Story Of My Life" Plus A Great Cover Of "Ring Of Fire." This Copy Comes From The Collection Of Jim Guerinot, Former Manager Of Social Distortion, Gwen Stefani And Others. more
Social Distortion
New - LP - E 46055
Sealed 1990 Original. Clean Cut Out Hole. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. This Self Titled Third Album Is Social Distortion's Major Label Debut And Commercial Breakthrough. Includes The Hits "Ball & Chain"And "Story Of My Life" Plus A Great Cover Of "Ring Of Fire." This Copy Comes From The Collection Of Jim Guerinot, Former Manager Of Social Distortion, Gwen Stefani And Others. more
Social Distortion
New Import - MOVLP491
Sealed 2012 Reissue From Music On Vinyl. Includes Insert With Photos & Lyrics. "With Prison Bound, Social Distortion Began To Metamorphasize From A Rather Ordinary L.a. Hardcore Band Into A Roots Rock Band Willing To Make With More Than Their Share Of The Attitude, And This Process Continued On Their Self-titled Third Album (Which Was Also Their Major-label Debut). Musically, Mike Ness And Company Had Learned To Split The Difference Between Rockabilly And Ramones-style Punk, Not Unlike Fellow L.a. Vets X, And If Ness Couldn't Sing Or Write With The Skill Or The Resonance Of John Doe, "Story Of My Life" And "It Coulda Been Me" Sound A Lot More Personal And Deeply Felt Than Anything On Mommy's Little Monster, And "Ball And Chain" And "So Far Away" Prove He Could Crank Out A Respectable Honky Tonk Number If He Put His Mind To It. Thanks To Epic's Sponsorship, The Group Had More Time And Money At Their Disposal For Social Distortion Than On Their Previous Albums, And Producer Dave Jerden Made The Most Of It; Mike Ness And Dennis Danell's Guitars Sound Lean, Sharp, And Powerful; Ness's Vocals Are Better Controlled Than Ever Before; And Christopher Reece's Drums Have A Tight Snap That Suits Both The Thrashier Numbers As Well As The Slower, Blusier Tunes. Social Distortion Isn't A Great Roots Rock Album, But It's A Pretty Good One, And It's Better And More Affecting Than Anything This Band Had Cranked Out Before." AMG Review By Mark Deming. more
Social Distortion
New Import - MOVLP491
Sealed 2012 Reissue From Music On Vinyl. Includes Insert With Photos & Lyrics. "With Prison Bound, Social Distortion Began To Metamorphasize From A Rather Ordinary L.a. Hardcore Band Into A Roots Rock Band Willing To Make With More Than Their Share Of The Attitude, And This Process Continued On Their Self-titled Third Album (Which Was Also Their Major-label Debut). Musically, Mike Ness And Company Had Learned To Split The Difference Between Rockabilly And Ramones-style Punk, Not Unlike Fellow L.a. Vets X, And If Ness Couldn't Sing Or Write With The Skill Or The Resonance Of John Doe, "Story Of My Life" And "It Coulda Been Me" Sound A Lot More Personal And Deeply Felt Than Anything On Mommy's Little Monster, And "Ball And Chain" And "So Far Away" Prove He Could Crank Out A Respectable Honky Tonk Number If He Put His Mind To It. Thanks To Epic's Sponsorship, The Group Had More Time And Money At Their Disposal For Social Distortion Than On Their Previous Albums, And Producer Dave Jerden Made The Most Of It; Mike Ness And Dennis Danell's Guitars Sound Lean, Sharp, And Powerful; Ness's Vocals Are Better Controlled Than Ever Before; And Christopher Reece's Drums Have A Tight Snap That Suits Both The Thrashier Numbers As Well As The Slower, Blusier Tunes. Social Distortion Isn't A Great Roots Rock Album, But It's A Pretty Good One, And It's Better And More Affecting Than Anything This Band Had Cranked Out Before." AMG Review By Mark Deming. more
Somewhere Between Heaven And Hell
New Import - MOVLP254
Sealed, Latest Press Of The 2011 180gm Audiophile Reissue From Music On Vinyl. "Social Distortion Finally Achieves The Perfect Balance Between Their Two Major Influences, The Country Anguish Of Johnny Cash And The Furious Punk Rock Sound Of Early Clash, On Their 1992 Album Somewhere Between Heaven And Hell, Making It The Band's Finest Hour. The Band Tears Through A Fair Share Of Rollicking, Straight-Ahead Hard Rock With Songs Like "Cold Feelings" And "When She Begins," But They Also Show A Reflective, Heartfelt, Country-inspired Side With Songs Like "This Time Darlin'" And The Hard Rock Tribute To "Folsom Prison Blues," The Cold Blooded, Murderous Tale "99 To Life." At Times The Band Slows Down The Pace A Bit More Than On Earlier Albums, But The Band Hasn't Lost Any Of The Edge Or Attitude They Had As The Brash Young Punks Who Recorded Mommy's Little Monster. Social Distortion Classics "Bad Luck" And "Born To Lose" Find A More Mature Mike Ness Still Continuing To Play The Familiar Role Of The Steadfast Underdog With Better Results Than In Previous Efforts. This Album Had All The Earmarks Of A Major Commercial Success With Some Radio Friendly Tunes And Strong Production, But It Never Found The Large Audience Epic Records Expected. Regardless Of The Sales Totals, Somewhere Between Heaven And Hell Finds Orange County's Most Enduring Punk Band, Social Distortion, At Their Creative Peak, And This Album Is The Crown Jewel Of Their Entire Catalog." AMG - Paul Tinelli more
Somewhere Between Heaven And Hell
New - LP - E 47978
Sealed 1992 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Clean Cut Out Hole. more
White Light White Heat White Trash
Used - LP - 415141
1996 Japanese Gatefold Original. Titles And Lyrics Are Printed In Japanese. Limited To 1000 Copies, This Version Contains An Extra Track "Tainted Love." Pristine Condition. more
White Light White Heat White Trash
Colored Vinyl - New - 99748
Sealed 2002 Unofficial Limited Edition, Hand Numbered Light Blue Vinyl Reissue. This Is 234/433. Includes Two Additional Tracks Not On The Official Release: "The Wanderer (Live At The Ritz '86)" And "I Fought The Law (Mike Ness Live)." more
White Light White Heat White Trash
New - LP - B 64380
Sealed 1996 Original With Promo Sticker On The Rear Shrink Wrap. From The Collection Of Jim Guerinot, Former Manager Of Social Distortion, Gwen Stefani And Others. more

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