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Suicidal Tendencies

Suicidal Tendencies

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
July 5th, 1983
Catalog ID:
FLP 1011
Label:
Frontier Records
Format:
12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM)
Reviews:
6 reviews (avg. 92%)
Side A
1. Suicide's an Alternative / You'll Be Sorry 02:44   Show lyrics
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2. Two Sided Politics 01:03   Show lyrics
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3. I Shot Reagan 01:51   Show lyrics
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4. Subliminal 03:08   Show lyrics
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5. Won't Fall in Love Today 00:59   Show lyrics
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6. Institutionalized 03:50   Show lyrics
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Side B
7. Memories of Tomorrow 00:59   Show lyrics
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8. Possessed 02:07   Show lyrics
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9. I Saw Your Mommy... 04:52   Show lyrics
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10. Fascist Pig 01:17   Show lyrics
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11. I Want More 02:28   Show lyrics
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12. Suicidal Failure 02:55   Show lyrics
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Band members
Grant Estes Guitars
Louiche Mayorga Bass
Mike Muir Vocals
Amery AWOL Smith Drums
Miscellaneous staff
Randy Burns Engineering
Dee Zee Art Mechanicals
Glen E. Friedman Producer
Mark Stern Layout
Randy Burns Engineering
Dee Zee Art Mechanicals
Glen E. Friedman Producer
Mark Stern Layout
Read This will make you thrash! 95% Bonged November 27th, 2011
Read California punk 90% SleepingFinger June 14th, 2009
Read I SHOT REAGAN!!! 93% devilX March 19th, 2009
Read A Classic of Suicidal... 89% blackfiremonkey3 February 18th, 2008
Read Suicide's An Alternative 95% Zoanthropic_Paranoia February 15th, 2007
Read hardcore classic 88% ironasinmaiden January 6th, 2003

Trivia:
- "I Shot the Devil" was originally titled "I Shot Reagan", referring to then-US president Ronald Reagan, and the band was persuaded by the FBI to change the name of the song. The band eventually used the original title of the song in the lyrics sheet.
- Even though Rocky George and R. J. Herrera did not play on this album, and had joined Suicidal Tendencies about a year after its release, they appear in the video for "Institutionalized".

Music videos:
Institutionalized

Identifiers:

Matrix / Runout (Runout groove side A): FLP-1011-A WHAT YOU TALKIN' 'BOUT? S-10716
Matrix / Runout (Runout groove side B): FLP-1011-B DOWNTIME! S-10717
Rights Society: BMI
Barcode: none

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