Mommy's Little Monster Review

artist: Social Distortion date: 11/24/2005 category: compact discs
Social Distortion: Mommy's Little Monster
Release Date: 1983
Label: Time Bomb
Genres: American Underground, L.A. Punk, Rock & Roll, Hard Rock, Alternative Pop/Rock
Number Of Tracks: 9
This 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.
 Sound: 7
 Lyrics: 7
 Overall Impression: 9
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overall: 7.7
Mommy's Little Monster Reviewed by: unregistered, on november 24, 2005
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Sound: The sound of this album is early '80s quality. On a small indie label, you're really not going to get a good recording quality. Mike Ness' singing is pretty good, the riffs are good, the solos are good for a punk band. The songs on this album are all very good examples of the '80s underground punk scene. Compared to their other albums though this one is the poorest quality and clarity wise. // 7

Lyrics: The lyrical content is good and they make sense. Not the best lyrics social D has to offer (self-titled). Mike Ness has his trademark deep gritty singing voice, more punk than the later albums. // 7

Overall Impression: If this CD was stolen or lost (and I didn't have it on my comp) I'd buy it again. It's Social D's best album by far. It is one of my favorite punk albums (other than every dead kennedys album, and nevermind the bollocks, and the dead boy's young loud and snotty). If you want to buy a Social Distortion album, this is it. It has the punk spirit anger and fury. // 9

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