Social Distortion – Sex, Love And Rock 'n' Roll (*Pre-Owned CD, 2004, Time Bomb) elite rock music!
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Reach For The Sky 3:31
Highway 101 3:44
Don't Take Me For Granted 3:47
Footprints On My Ceiling 5:08
Nickels And Dimes 3:05
I Wasn't Born To Follow 2:55
Winners And Losers 4:45
Live Before You Die 2:47
Angel's Wings 4:59
This grouping gathers together all versions of the "Sex, Love and Rock 'N' Roll" album, originally released in 2004.
"Sex, Love and Rock 'n' Roll" is the sixth album by American punk rock band Social Distortion. It is their first studio album in eight years, since the release of "White Light, White Heat, White Trash" in 1996, the longest gap between Social Distortion's studio albums to date. The album was originally scheduled to be released in the fall of 2000, but was not yet completed, and it was officially released on September 28, 2004. A great deal of the album is a musical eulogy to former guitarist Dennis Danell, who died in 2000. The album's opening track, "Reach for the Sky", was released in late 2004 and became one of Social Distortion's biggest hits.
Social Distortion could not release a follow-up to "White Light, White Heat, White Trash" partly because of their various other activities, most obviously those of frontman Mike Ness. He released two solo albums in 1999, one with original material ("Cheating at Solitaire") and one with song covers ("Under the Influences"). Due to his touring schedule with the band, "Sex, Love and Rock 'n' Roll" was set aside for a number of years before finally being completed in 2004.
The song "Nickels and Dimes" is a play on hardcore punk band Minutemen masterpiece album "Double Nickels on the Dime".