Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell: Social Distortion

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This is the first Social D record I ever heard. From the opening strains of "Cold Feelings" I was hooked. Terrifically energetic punk, infused with a Johnny Cash sensibility. Some good things did come out of the 80s. (Bruce Springsteen said this was his favorite album of the year btw)


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