This is the fourth studio album by the American punk rock band Social Distortion.
- It was released on February 11, 1992, by Epic Records.
- The album was produced by Dave Jerden, who had previously worked with bands such as Alice in Chains and Screaming Trees.
- The album's sound is a mix of punk rock, rockabilly, and country.
- The album was a commercial success, reaching number 76 on the Billboard 200 chart and being certified gold by the RIAA.
- The album spawned several singles, including "Bad Luck", "99 to Life", and "Ball and Chain".
- The album is considered to be one of Social Distortion's best albums, and it has been praised by critics for its songwriting, musicianship, and production.
The album cover features a photo of frontman Mike Ness mid-air, while playing his guitar. The photo was taken by photographer Ed Colver.
Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell is a classic album from Social Distortion. It is a powerful and emotional album that showcases the band's unique sound. The album is a must-listen for fans of punk rock, rockabilly, and country.
|Original Release: 1992.|
|Catalog No: MOVLP254.|
|Size: 12" Single Vinyl Record.|
|Additional: 180 Gram / Import.|