Fifth studio album from Fullerton, CA's Social Distortion. White Light White Heat White Trash was originally recorded between 1995 and 1996, and marked a return to the band's hardcore punk roots. In the 18 years since the band first started playing they had moved towards a more melodic rockabilly punk sound. With this album the band came full circle and brought back the harder sound of earlier releases. Many consider White Light White Heat White Trash to be one of the best albums from Social Distortion. Includes the songs: "I Was Wrong," "Don't Drag Me Down," and "Pleasure Seeker." Eleven tracks in all. Released by Epic on limited edition white vinyl housed in a full color sleeve.
- colored vinyl pressing
- music label: Epic 2016
reviewed by ninetwofour 09/2016
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