Revolution! is the fifth studio album by American crossover thrash band Suicidal Tendencies, which was released in 1990. Déjà Vu lineup, which many fans feel was technically the strongest lineup the band has had to date. Herrera would leave before the recording of their next album.
Don't you tell me that I'm dreaming 'cause I've been here before But that don't mean that I want to be from here anymore! Cause I feel like shit-but who are you to say I don't know I had to have a right to feel this way I feel like shit-time after time So don't be trying to tell me it's all in my mind I feel like shit-but you don't really care Except my God he used a four. letter word in there. I feel like shit-what am I to you? I feel like shit.
Album Controlled by Hatred/Feel like Shit. Feel like shit, deja vu! Always feeling out of place Hiding behind a smiling face There just ain't no pretty words Can't you see, it fuckin' hurts!? You know I feel like shit-deja vu Feel like shit-deja vu Feel like shit-deja vu And when I feel like shit I feel like shit. Written By Rocky George & Mike Muir. Deja Vu Suicidal Tendencies. 5. Controlled by Hatred. 6. Choosing My Own Way of Life. 9. How Will I Laugh Tomorrow (Heavy Emotion Version).
Originally released between 1987 and 1989 as two separate vinyl EPs, Suicidal Tendencies' Controlled By Hatred and Feel Like Shit. Déjà-Vu were eventually combined into one convenient, almost full-length compact disc
1988 studio album by Suicidal Tendencies. How Will I Laugh Tomorrow When I Can't Even Smile Today. Studio album by. Suicidal Tendencies. Singles from How Will I Laugh Tomorrow When I Can't Even Smile Today. Trip at the Brain" Released: 1988. is crucial to Suicidal Tendencies stylistic developments in that it sees the band abandoning most of their full-fledged punk influences in favor of a more thrash-oriented sound. One could see this stylistic changes in this album's predecessor Join the Army, but this album had a distinctly more defined metal sound; more complex and lengthy songs, as well as better production values
Deja-Vu (LP, Album). EPC 465399 2, 465399 2. Deja-Vu (CD, Album). EPC 465399 2. Europe. Deja-Vu (CD, Album, RE, Unofficial).
Band Name Suicidal Tendencies. Erscheinungsdatum Oktober 1989. Labels Epic Records CBS Records. Musik GenreCrossover. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen194. 1. Master of No Mercy.
Controlled by Hatred/Feel Like Shit. Déjà Vu is the fourth album by American crossover thrash band Suicidal Tendencies, released on October 17, 1989 by Epic Records. Déjà Vu is still considered a studio album rather than an EP or a compilation album
Suicidal Tendencies lyrics - 172 song lyrics sorted by album, including "You Can't Bring Me Down", "How Will I Laugh Tomorrow". Déjà Vu It's Not Easy. You Can't Bring Me Down Lost Again Alone Lovely Give It Revolution Get Whacked Send Me Your Money Emotion No. 13 Disco's Out, Murder's In Go'n Breakdown. album: "The Art Of Rebellion" (1992)