Social Distortion – Mommy's Little Monster (New Vinyl)
New sealed copy. Reissue.
Mommy's Little Monster is the debut studio album by American punk rock band Social Distortion, released in 1983. In 1982.
Paul Tinelli of AllMusic gave Mommy's Little Monster four out of five stars and called it "the epitome of early-'80s suburban California punk and provided inspiration for many future Californians, including the Offspring and Rancid" and said that it "finds the band supplying plenty of attitude and aggression as they rip through nine tracks worth of hard, fast, power chord-filled tracks loaded with snarling anti-establishment lyrics and themes." Tinelli also stated that "The Creeps" and "Telling Them" "show a young punk group that is very angry, and they were going to let society know it whether they wanted to hear it or not", and adds that the title track "Mommy's Little Monster" "gives you a good idea of the characters Social Distortion was surrounded by in the scene of the day."
A1 The Creeps (I Just Wanna Give You)
A2 Another State Of Mind
A3 It Wasn't A Pretty Picture
A4 Telling Them
B1 Hour Of Darkness
B2 Mommy's Little Monster
B4 All The Answers
B5 Moral Threat