Mainliner: Wreckage from the Past

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Mainliner: Wreckage From the Past
Social Distortion - Mainliner-Wreckage from the Past cover.jpg
Compilation album by Social Distortion
Released July 18, 1995
Recorded Track 1-6: April 1981
Track 7-10: October 1981
Genre Punk rock, skate punk, hardcore punk
Length 24:38
Label Time Bomb Recordings
Producer Chaz Ramirez
Gary Hirstius
Social Distortion chronology
Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell
(1992)Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell1992
Mainliner: Wreckage from the Past
(1995)
White Light, White Heat, White Trash
(1996)White Light, White Heat, White Trash1996
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Allmusic2.5/5 stars [1]

Mainliner: Wreckage From the Past is a collection of early recordings by Social Distortion. It was released on July 18, 1995, and contains songs which were recorded in 1981. It is a collection of singles and B-sides that had never appeared on any of the band's full-length albums (except for "Moral Threat" and "All the Answers"). This album was released by Mike Ness' Time Bomb Recordings (distributed by Arista Records) in 1995 along with the re-release of Mommy's Little Monster and Prison Bound.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Mike Ness unless otherwise noted.

  1. "1945" (Posh Boy Version) – 1:52
  2. "Playpen" (Posh Boy Version) – 2:40
  3. "Mainliner" – 2:30
  4. "Moral Threat" – 3:35
  5. "All the Answers" – 2:12
  6. "Justice for All" – 2:03
  7. "Under My Thumb" (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards) – 2:04
  8. "1945" (13th Floor Version) – 2:03
  9. "Playpen" (13th Floor Version) – 2:58
  10. "Mass Hysteria" – 2:41 (Ness/Liles)

"Justice for All" was later rerecorded by Social Distortion in 1988 for their second album, Prison Bound, as "It's the Law".

"Justice For All" and the Posh Boy version of "Playpen" first appeared on the compilation cassette The Future Looks Bright, released by Posh Boy with side A containing Posh Boy produced bands and side B containing SST artists.

The Posh Boy version of "1945" first appeared on the compilation album Rodney on the ROQ, Volume 2.

"Moral Threat" and "All the Answers" were later rerecorded by Social Distortion in 1982 for the band's first album, Mommy's Little Monster.

  • Mainliner: Wreckage from the Past features the only recordings by Social Distortion in which Brent Liles performs vocals

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