Social Distortion’s ‘Mommy’s Little Monster’ getting 40th anniversary reissue (exclusive grey vinyl)

Social Distortion‘s 1983 debut album, Mommy’s Little Monster, is getting a 40th anniversary reissue on November 10 via Bicycle Music / CONCORD. Including punk classics like “Another State of Mind”, “The Creeps,” and “Telling Them,” the album has been newly mastered from the original analog tapes and pressed on 180-gram vinyl, and comes in a gatefold sleeve matching its original release. BrooklynVegan is excited to offer an exclusive variant of the album, pressed on grey vinyl to match the album’s iconic artwork and limited to 500 copies. Preorder yours now. Mommy’s Little Monster made our list of 15 ’80s punk albums that shaped the ’90s/’00s pop punk boom. Here’s what we wrote: Social Distortion initially c...

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