Hell Comes to Your House

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Hell Comes to Your House
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Compilation album by Time Bomb Recordings
Released 11 November 1981
Recorded Randy Burns - Orange County Recorders
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  • Steve Sinclair
  • Ron Goudie
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Hell Comes to Your House is an American deathrock and punk compilation of Southern California bands. It is notable for releasing the first ever Christian Death song "Dogs", as well as including the first studio recordings of Social Distortion and one of the earliest performances of Redd Kross.

The album was originally released in 1981 but reissued in 1998. The 1981 release goes for about $50

Engineer Randy Burns went on to produce other punk, thrash and death metal bands including Suicidal Tendencies, Death, Possessed, and Megadeth.

Credits the producer of "Dogs" as Mike Patton. This is not the Ipecac Recordings label head/Faith No More singer, Mike Patton. This Mike Patton was in the band The Middle Class and he also produced the first iconic "blue" album by the influential Orange County band, Adolescents as well as the Danger Zone EP by China White . He was also the bass player with T.S.O.L.'s Jack Grisham's post TSOL Goth/Dance band, Cathedral of Tears and Trotsky Icepick.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Lude Boy - Social Distortion
  2. Telling Them - Social Distortion
  3. Daddy's Gone Mad - Legal Weapon
  4. Puss 'n' Boots - Red Cross
  5. Out of My Head - Modern Warfare
  6. Street Fightin' Man - Modern Warfare
  7. Deception - Secret Hate
  8. New Routine/Suicide - Secret Hate
  9. Suburban Bitch - The Conservatives
  10. Just Cuz/Nervous - The Conservatives
  11. Evil - 45 Grave
  12. Concerned Citizen - 45 Grave
  13. 45 Grave - 45 Grave
  14. Dogs - Christian Death
  15. Reject Yourself - 100 Flowers
  16. Marry It - Rhino 39
  17. Death on the Elevator - Super Heroines
  18. Embalmed Love - Super Heroines

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