How Will I Laugh Tomorrow When I Can't Even Smile Today is the third album by American crossover thrash band Suicidal Tendencies, released on September 13, 1988 on Epic Records, their first album on that label. It was also the band's first.
How Will I Laugh Tomorrow When I Can't Even Smile Today is the third album by American crossover thrash band Suicidal Tendencies, released on September 13, 1988 on Epic Records, their first album on that label. It was also the band's first album recorded with guitarist Mike Clark, and their only release with bassist Bob Heathcote, who was replaced by Robert Trujillo in 1989.
I cannot-cannot stop this trip; I forgot to pack the brakes Crashed straight into a concrete wall of my mistakes Ended up in. .Pledge your allegiance Suicidal Suicidal Suicidal. 4. How Will I Laugh Tomorrow.
I cannot-cannot stop this trip; I forgot to pack the brakes Crashed straight into a concrete wall of my mistakes Ended up in a cemetery of a thousand wasted days But that's alright with me, cause that's where most of my memories lays. Here I sit and watch my world come crumbling down I cry for help but no one's around Silently screaming I bang my head against the wall It seems like no one cares at all Always an emotion, but how can I explain How can I explain Kind of like the scent of a rose With words I can't explain The.
Suicidal Tendencies – How Will I Laugh Tomorrow (Heavy Emotio. :53. Suicidal Tendencies – If I Don t Wake Up 1988. Suicidal Tendencies – How Will I Laugh Tomorrow mediagrant. Suicidal Tendencies – 5 The Miracle. Suicidal Tendencies – How Will I Laugh Tomorrow. Suicidal Tendencies How Will I Laugh Tomorrow When I Can t Even Smile Today,1988 – Surf and Slam. Suicidal Tendencies – 8 If I Don t Wake Up. 4:32. Suicidal Tendencies – 09.
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lacks one stand out song.
It goes to show that maybe brilliant music is the result of the culture and the era it came from. lacks one stand out song. It is a very good album, however, as there isn't one bad song. Its both incredibly solid and fluent, but it doesn’t shine.
Hearing Voices, 04:13. Pledge Your Allegiance, 04:30. How Will I Laugh Tomorrow, 06:43. Suicyco Mania, 05:53. Surf and Slam, 02:51. If I Don't Wake Up, 04:53. The Feeling's Back, 04:04. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations.
Suicidal Tendencies regrouped successfully for one of its best efforts, How Will I Laugh Tomorrow When I Can't Even Smile Today.
The band's thrashy fusion of its hardcore roots with speed metal was fully developed by this point, and Mike Muir's social commentary and self-analysis were as ragingly compelling and by turns amusing as ever.
Highlights include "Trip at the Brain," "One Too Many Times," and the title track. (AMG)
Arguably the best album to come from the Suicidal Tendencies, "How Will I Laugh Tomorrow When I Can't Even Smile Today" combines the frenzied thrash sound of ST's classic debut with the slower tempos of "Join the Army".
Mike Muir's lyrics reached unprecidented heights on "Trip at the Brain" (which is possibly one of the best album openers ever), "Pledge Your Allegiance", "Miracle", "If I Don't Wake Up", and "One Too Many Times", but his maturity as a songwriter reaches the breaking point on the classic title track, which is one of the most revered songs to ever come from the band. All in all, this is headbanging hard rock done right, and if you are new to the band, this is a great place to start. (from Amazon)
01. Trip At The Brain [4:32]
02. Hearing Voices [4:13]
03. Pledge Your Allegiance [4:32]
04. How Will I Laugh Tomorrow [6:44]
05. The Miracle [5:28]
06. Suicyco Mania [5:52]
07. Surf And Slam [2:51]
08. If I Don't Wake Up [4:532]
09. Sorry! [3:47]
10. One Too Many Times [3:13]
11. The Feeling's Back [4:04]
Vocals – Mike Muir
Lead Guitar – Rocky George
Rhythm Guitar – Mike Clark
Bass – Bob Heathcote
Drums – R.J. Herrera
Written-By – Mayorga (tracks: 2, 3, 6), Clark (tracks: 1, 4, 5, 8, 10, 11), Muir (tracks: 1 to 6, 8 to 11), George (tracks: 7, 9), Suicidal Tendencies (tracks: 7)
Producer – Mark Dodson, Suicidal Tendencies
Engineer – Mark Dodson, Mike Bosley
Recorded April 1988 at Cherokee, Hollywood, CA.
Mixed July 1988 at Enterprise, Burbank, CA.
Released: 25 Sep 1988
Compression Level: 5
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