Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell


Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell ~Social Distortion | Then and Now

Happy 25th Birthday to Social Distortion’s, Somewhere Between Heave and Hell.  The great thing about this album is its ageless quality.  It is 90’s punk, sandwiched between rockabilly and country rock.  There is nothing pretentious or showy about this album.  It’s drums, bass, guitars and grit.  Fans of Hank Williams and Johnny Cash will enjoy Social’s versions of “This Time Darlin'” and “99 to Life”.

If it has been a while or you’ve never given Social Distortion a try, this is the album for you.


Somewhere Between Heave and Hell ~Social Distortion
Released: February 11, 1992
Genres: Punk, Country Rock, Punk Blues, Rockabilly
Produced By: Dave Jerden
Purchase On: iTunes / Amazon


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