Suicidal for Life

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Suicidal for Life
Studio album by Suicidal Tendencies
Released June 14, 1994
Recorded October 1993–March 1994 at Ocean Way Studios, Hollywood, California and Groove Masters, Santa Monica, California
Genre Funk metal[1]
Length 48:58
Label Epic
Producer Paul Northfield, Suicidal Tendencies
Suicidal Tendencies chronology
Still Cyco After All These Years
Suicidal for Life
Prime Cuts
Singles from Suicidal for Life
  1. "Love Vs. Loneliness"
    Released: 1994
  2. "What You Need's a Friend"
    Released: 1994
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 1.5/5 stars[2]

Suicidal for Life is the eighth studio album by American crossover thrash band Suicidal Tendencies, which was released in 1994. It is their sixth full-length album with original material, and their final album to feature lead guitarist Rocky George and bassist Robert Trujillo as well as their only one to feature drummer Jimmy DeGrasso.

The album received mixed reviews and did not sell very well, and was the last Suicidal Tendencies album before the band split in 1995. While the band reunited in 1996, three members who played on this album, George, DeGrasso, and Trujillo, were not included.

As of 2008, the album has been demoted to a budget release.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Invocation" Mike Muir, Rocky George, Robert Trujillo 0:59
2. "Don't Give a Fuck" Muir, Mike Clark 2:47
3. "No Fuck'n Problem" Muir, Clark 3:31
4. "Suicyco Muthafucka" Muir, Clark, George 4:28
5. "Fucked up Just Right" Muir, Clark 4:58
6. "No Bullshit" Muir, George 3:13
7. "What Else Could I Do?" Muir, George, Trujillo, Clark 6:00
8. "What You Need's a Friend" Muir, Clark, Trujillo, George 3:56
9. "I Wouldn't Mind" Muir, Trujillo, Clark 4:23
10. "Depression and Anguish" Muir, Clark 3:03
11. "Evil" Muir, George 3:44
12. "Love vs. Loneliness" Muir, Clark, George 6:57
13. "Benediction" Muir, George, Trujillo 1:01
14. "Two Worlds Collide" (Bonus track on Japanese release and b-side of the "Love vs. Loneliness" single)   3:37


Chart positions[edit]


Billboard (North America)

Year Chart Position
1994 The Billboard 200 82


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