Pop/Rock, Heavy Metal, Alternative/Indie Rock, Hardcore Punk, Punk/New Wave, Skatepunk, American Underground, Punk Metal

Album Review

After recording some definite gems in the late '80s, Suicidal Tendencies triumphantly entered the '90s with one of its best albums ever, the commanding Lights...Camera...Revolution! Not since the mid-'80s had the L.A. band sounded this confident, focused and inspired. "You Can't Bring Me Down" and the Motörhead-ish "Get Whacked" demonstrate just how much fun Suicidal can be, but most of all, the metal-oriented album is dark, angry, and troubling. The Angelenos already commanded an incredibly devoted following, and powerful offerings like "Send Me Money" (a gut-level, brutally honest attack on television evangelists), "Give It Revolution," and the dark-humored "Disco's Out, Murder's In" brought even more listeners aboard. This is a disc that no Suicidal fan should be without.
Alex Henderson, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. You Can't Bring Me Down
  2. Lost Again
  3. Alone
  4. Lovely
  5. Give It Revolution
  6. Get Whacked
  7. Send Me Your Money
  8. Emotion No. 13
  9. Disco's Out Murder's In
  10. Go 'N Breakdown
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