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Join the Army

Suicidal Tendencies

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
June 9th, 1987
Catalog ID:
CAROL CD 1336
Label:
Caroline Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
2 reviews (avg. 80%)
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2. Join the Army 03:38   Show lyrics
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3. You Got, I Want 02:55   Show lyrics
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4. A Little Each Day 04:09   Show lyrics
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5. The Prisoner 02:54   Show lyrics
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6. War Inside My Head 03:51   Show lyrics
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7. I Feel Your Pain 03:27   Show lyrics
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8. Human Guinea Pig 02:06   Show lyrics
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9. Possessed to Skate 02:34   Show lyrics
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10. No Name, No Words 02:35   Show lyrics
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11. Cyco 02:13   Show lyrics
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12. Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right (But They Make Me Feel a Whole Lot Better) 02:50   Show lyrics
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13. Looking in Your Eyes 02:50   Show lyrics
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Band members
Mike Muir Vocals
Rocky George Guitars
Louiche Mayorga Bass
R.J. Herrera Drums
Miscellaneous staff
Michael Seiff Cover art
Lester Claypool Producer, Engineering
Baby/O/ Recording (Guitar, Vocals)
Bernie Grundman Mastering
Michael Seiff Cover art
Lester Claypool Producer, Engineering
Baby/O/ Recording (Guitar, Vocals)
Bernie Grundman Mastering
Read Suicidal maniac. 80% HomicidalBreath November 6th, 2013
Read Hardcore tendencies 79% HumanTorch April 18th, 2005

Trivia:
- The vinyl and cassette versions do not feature "Human Guinea Pig", making it a bonus track on the CD version.
- Although Jon Nelson never played on this album, and had left Suicidal Tendencies a few years before it was released, he had originally co-written "War Inside My Head", "Human Guinea Pig", and "You Got, I Want". He had reportedly traded the rights for "War Inside My Head" for a Flying V guitar after he left the band, and as a result, he was not credited for the songs he co-wrote.
- The album peaked at #100 on the Billboard 200.

Music videos:
Possessed to Skate

Recording information:

Recorded at Record Plant, Hollywood, CA Jan '87.
Additional guitar and all vocals at Baby-O- studios, Hollywood, CA Jan-Feb '87.
Mixed at Record Plant Feb-Mar '87.

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