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All The Answers - Social Distortion - Mommys Little Monster (CD, Album)

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  1. Das CD-Album "Mommy's Little Monster" von Social Distortion () - Alle Infos, Songs und mehr.
  2. Nov 13,  · Social Distortion - "The Creeps (I Just Wanna Give You)" from the album Mommy's Little Monster. Available again on vinyl as part of The Independent Years: - (4-LP Set). Social Distortion.
  3. Filename C:\Documents and Settings\Charles\My Documents\My Music\New Rips\Social DistortionMommy’s Little Monster FLAC\01 The corapsidypasnerawalickkatyde.xyzinfo Pre-gap length Peak level % Track quality % Copy CRC FC6 Copy OK. Track 2.
  4. Social Distortions erstes Album. Noch ohne Blues-Einflüsse, deswegen nicht so leicht vergleichbar mit dem, was danach kam. Weiterhin sind Social Distortion meiner Meinung nach die beste Punkrock-Band zusammen mit Lagwagon, Bad Religion und The Ramones. Anspieltipps: Another State Of Mind und Mommy's Little Monster/5(64).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Mommy's Little Monster on Discogs. Label: Time Bomb Recordings - • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk/5(4).
  6. Buy Mommy's Little Monster (LP) by Social Distortion (LP $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  7. Mommy’s Little Monster (Re-Issue ) CD/LP/Cassette | Triple XXX The Creeps; Another State Of Mind; It Wasn't A Pretty Picture; Telling Them; Hour Of Darkness; Mommy's Little Monster; Anti-Fashion; All The Answers; Moral Threat.
  8. The Triple X Records label reissued the album on CD, vinyl, and cassette in Six years later, Mommy's Little Monster was re-issued once again when Ness started Time Bomb Recordings with some of the profits he made from Social Distortion's Epic releases and reissued Mommy's Little Monster on vinyl, cassette and CD through a distribution deal with Arista Records.
  9. "Story of My Life" is a song by Social Distortion, written by Mike Ness, which was released as a single and also appeared on their self-titled album as well as Live at the Roxy. The song describes looking back wistfully on life, a love interest he had as a teenager, and how things have changed and how quickly his life (and the opportunity.

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