Somewhere Between Heaven And Hell review by Social Distortion

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  • Released: Feb 11, 1992
  • Sound: 8
  • Lyrics: 8
  • Overall Impression: 10
  • Reviewer's score: 8.7 Superb
  • Users' score: 9 (6 votes)
Social Distortion: Somewhere Between Heaven And Hell
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Sound — 8
This is one of Social Distortion's fastest and most upbeat albums, and I highly recommend it for both new and old Social D fans. Some songs, however, will not be liked by new Social D fans, such as "99 to life", "This Time Darling, and "Ghost town Blues".

Lyrics — 8
Lyrics are well written, and work well with music. Though some become unnessicarily disturbing, such as "99 to Life". Mike Ness overcomes the difficulty of singing in many of the fast songs on this album, however some of the slower songs his voice returns to the low groan it was in Social Distortion's early music.

Overall Impression — 10
This album is probably the best from Social Distortion. It is the most likely to be liked by fans of modern rock, and most punk rockers will enjoy it as well. "Cold Feelings" and "Bye, Bye, Baby" are two of the best songs from the album, though I've reached the point where I love them all.

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