Live at the Roxy

Live at the Roxy

by Social Distortion


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Live at the Roxy

By 1997, it had become clear to Social Distortion that their relationship with 550 (formerly Epic Records) had not worked out and that it was time to move back to the independents. They wrestled themselves free from the contract and signed with Time Bomb Recordings. Their first album for the label was Live at the Roxy, a blistering set that offered a career summation and effectively set the band up for a new beginning. No matter how good Social Distortion records are -- and they're usually fairly strong -- the band performs with more energy and passion on-stage, and Live at the Roxy captures the intensity of their live show. It doesn't have any surprises, but the set list is solid and the performance's thrilling, which makes it a must for dedicated fans.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/30/1998
Label: Time Bomb
UPC: 0709304351626
catalogNumber: 43516
Rank: 31809

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Social Distortion   Primary Artist
Chuck Biscuits   Drums
Dennis Danell   Guitar
John Maurer   Bass
Mike Ness   Guitar,Vocals
Brad Nichols   Drums,Snare Drums
Thomas Nordegg   Guitar
Mark Haworth   Guitar

Technical Credits

Chuck Biscuits   Contributor
Guy Charbonneau   Engineer
Dennis Danell   Contributor
John Maurer   Contributor
Mike Ness   Producer,Artwork
James Saez   Producer
Bobby Leigh   Producer
Jeff Skelton   Engineer
Jolie Clemens   Artwork
E. Smith   Composer

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Live at the Roxy 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album sure does capture the magic and intensity of a live Social D concert. All the classics are here...early stuff like ''Mommy's Little Monster'' and ''The Creeps'', to favorites like ''Ball & Chain'', and Johnny Cash's ''Ring of Fire''. Recorded over two nights during one of the last Social D shows, before guitarist Dennis Danell's sudden death. A must for a true fan of one of the most innovating punk rock bands from Orange County.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Having always believed that the label ''punk'' was more about doing what you believed in and having a raw/energetic spirit, Social D is truly one of the last real punk bands. One of the very few bands who has truly gotten better with each album, this is both a great retrospective of their career and a good capture of the live Social D experience. This is a solid album that will withstand countless listens and, as with previous albums, a bittersweet reminder of how much Dennis will always be missed.
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