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Free Your Soul and Save My Mind

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Free Your Soul...and Save My Mind
Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 15, 2000
RecordedTitan Studios
Stall #2, Redondo Beach, California, U.S.
GenreHardcore punk
LabelSuicidal Records
ProducerSuicidal Tendencies
Suicidal Tendencies chronology
Free Your Soul...and Save My Mind
Friends & Family, Vol. 2

Free Your Soul...and Save My Mind is the tenth studio album by crossover thrash band Suicidal Tendencies, released in 2000.

A music video was made for "Pop Songs". It was the band's first official video in six years, since "Love Vs. Loneliness" (from Suicidal for Life).

This album marked the only time Suicidal Tendencies did not make any personnel changes over three consecutive studio recordings, as the lineup of Mike Muir, Mike Clark, Dean Pleasants, Josh Paul and Brooks Wackerman had recorded their previous album Freedumb and their 1998 EP Six the Hard Way. Paul and Wackerman did, however, leave the band after the 2001 release of their split album Friends & Family, Vol. 2.


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Track listing[edit]

1."Self Destruct" 3:33
2."Su Casa Es Mi Casa" 4:09
3."No More No Less" 3:26
4."Free Your Soul... and Save My Mind" 3:52
5."Pop Songs"Muir2:19
6."Bullenium" 2:50
8."Straight from the Heart" 4:43
9."Cyco Speak"Muir3:04
10."Start Your Brain"Muir3:16
11."Public Dissension" 3:26
12."Children of the Bored" 3:43
13."Got Mutation" 3:04
14."Charlie Monroe" 5:20
15."Home"Muir, Dean Pleasants7:31


  • Mike Muir – vocals
  • Mike Clark – guitar
  • Dean Pleasants – guitar
  • Josh Paul – bass
  • Brooks Wackerman – drums
  • Herman Jackson – Moog bass on "Got Mutation"
  • Produced by Suicidal Tendencies
  • Recorded at Titan Studios, except tracks 5 and 7, recorded at Stall #2
  • Engineered by Michael Vail Blum, except tracks 5 and 7, engineered by Darien Rundall
  • Mixed by Paul Northfield at Skip Saylor, except tracks 5, 7, 9, and 10 mixed by Mike Blum and Suicidal Tendencies
  • Mastered by Brian Gardner at Bernie Grundman Mastering Studios
  • Artwork by Adam Siegel

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