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Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes (Deluxe Edition) - Social Distortion 

Well it has been a long 28 years since I have had the priveledge to see Social Distortion live
and I hope it will not be that long again.

The band absolutely resurrected Rock N Roll in its finest this evening at a time when it is need the most.

In an absolute tornado of frenzy they took the stage like the almighty appointed lords or power with a greatest hit barage of classics such as "Creeps" and
Mommies Little Monster.

With force and class they absolutely sucked
the air from the room and transformed our small town in to a Rock N Roll dream.

It was also of no surprise how many generations of fans this band from Southern California
has accumulated overthe years as folks from teenagers to 50 year old men rocked like there was no age in site.

It is comical to see mowhawks and receeding hairlines bobbing in the same tempo.
The only downside might have been the longer lines to the mens restroom.

If you have a chance to cram in with a few thousand of the finest sweatiest people you knowfor the blessed sport of Rock N Roll then you must go check Social Distortion.

This is a band that has persevered despite many lineup change, deaths and overcome their demons. They
have not lost a beat and are cranking louder and better than ever!!


Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes (Deluxe Edition) - Social Distortion











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