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Suicidal Tendencies

Judging from their name, Suicidal Tendencies were never afraid of a little controversy. Formed in Venice, California, during the early '80s, the group's leader from the beginning was outspoken vocalist Mike Muir. The outfit specialized in vicious hardcore early on -- building a huge following among skateboarders, lending a major hand in the creation of skatepunk -- before turning their focus eventually to thrash metal. Early on, the group (whose original lineup included Muir, guitarist Grant Estes, bassist Louiche Mayorga, and drummer Amery Smith) found it increasingly difficult to book shows, due to rumors of its members' affiliation with local gangs and consistent violence at their performances. The underground buzz regarding Suicidal Tendencies grew too loud for labels to ignore though, as the quartet signed on with the indie label Frontier; issuing Muir and company's classic self-titled debut in 1983. The album quickly became the best-selling hardcore album up to that point; its best-known track, "Institutionalized," was one of the first hardcore punk videos to receive substantial airplay on MTV, and was eventually used in the Emilio Estevez cult classic movie Repo Man, as well as in an episode for the hit TV show Miami Vice (for which the group made a cameo appearance).

Suicidal Tendencies proved influential for future speed/thrash metal bands, but despite their early success, their reputation preceded them, as no other record label was willing to take them on (in addition, Los Angeles banned the group from playing around this time, lasting until the early '90s). Not much was heard from the group for several years afterward (leading many to believe that Suicidal had broken up), but Muir and company eventually found a home with Caroline Records. By this time, half of the original lineup had left; Muir and Mayorga were the only holdovers, while guitarist Rocky George and drummer R.J. Herrera rounded out the group. The year 1987 saw the release of Suicidal's sophomore release, Join the Army, which spawned another popular skatepunk anthem, "Possessed to Skate," as more and more metal heads began to be spotted in Suicidal's audience. Soon after, Suicidal were finally offered a major-label contract (with Epic), as another lineup change occurred: Mayorga exited the band, while newcomer Bob Heathcote took his spot, and a second guitarist, Mike Clark, was added as well. This Suicidal lineup's first album together, 1988's How Will I Laugh Tomorrow When I Can't Even Smile Today, showed that their transformation from hardcore to heavy metal was now complete, as did a compilation of two earlier EPs, 1989's Controlled by Hatred/Feel Like S**t...Déjà Vu.

Suicidal's first release of the new decade, 1990's Lights, Camera, Revolution, was another success; its video for the explosive "You Can't Bring Me Down" received repeated airings on MTV's Headbanger's Ball program, while the album (in addition to the Controlled by Hatred comp) would be certified gold in the U.S. a few years later. The release also signaled the arrival of new bassist Robert Trujillo, whose penchant for funk added a new element to the group's sound. The group tried to broaden its audience even further by opening a string of arena shows for prog-metallists Queensrÿche during the summer of 1991. Their next release, 1992's The Art of Rebellion, proved to be one of Suicidal's most musically experimental albums of their career. Muir and Trujillo also teamed up around this time for a funk metal side project, Infectious Grooves (including several other participants, such as Jane's Addiction drummer Stephen Perkins) and issued a debut release, The Plague That Makes Your Booty Move. Upset that the group's classic debut had been out of print for several years by this point, Muir decided to re-record the entire record with Suicidal's '90s lineup under the title of Still Cyco After All These Years.

But after one more release, 1994's Suicidal for Life, Suicidal Tendencies decided to hang it up. A pair of compilations were issued in 1997: a best-of set, Prime Cuts, plus Friends & Family. Muir and Trujillo continued to issue further Infectious Grooves releases (Sarsippius' Ark and Groove Family Cyco), in addition to Muir pursuing a solo career under the alias of Cyco Miko (Lost My Brain Once Again) and Trujillo touring and recording as part of Ozzy Osbourne's solo band (appearing on Osbourne's 2001 release, Down to Earth). Muir formed a new version of Suicidal Tendencies in the late '90s (with Clark being the only other familiar face), resulting in such further studio releases as 1999's Freedumb and 2000's Free Your Soul and Save My Mind. Muir and Trujillo joined forces once more for a fourth Infectious Grooves studio release in 2000, Mas Borracho, while another Cyco Miko release surfaced, Schizophrenic Born Again Problem Child, along with a follow-up to their earlier compilation, Friends & Family, Vol. 2.

Busy with myriad side projects, the band wouldn't release another studio album until 2013. The aptly named 13 was recorded over a ten-year period, and would be the group's only studio album with guitarist Nico Santora, bassist Steve Bruner, and drummer Eric Moore. Muir brought in guitarist Jeff Pogan, bassist Ra Díaz, and drummer Dave Lombardo for the band's 12th studio long-player, 2016's World Gone Mad. ~ Greg Prato
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Selected Discography

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Track List: 13

1. Shake It Out

2. Smash It!

3. This Ain't A Celebration

4. God Only Knows... Who I Am

5. Make Your Stand

6. Who's Afraid?

7. Show Some Lovea Tear It Down

8. Cyco Style

9. Slam City

10. Till My Last Breath

11. Living The Fight

12. Life (Can't Live With It... Can't Live Without It)

13. This World

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Track List: F.N.G.

1. Suicide's An Alternative/You'll Be Sorry

2. Join The Army

3. Trip At The Brain

4. Suicidal Failure

5. I Shot The Devil

6. Suicidal Maniac

7. Institutionalized

10. Possessed

11. If I Don't Wake Up

13. I Saw Your Mommy

14. Human Guinea Pig

15. Subliminal

16. Surf And Slam

17. Possessed To Skate

18. I Want More

19. The Feeling's Back

20. A Little Each Day

21. Suicyco Mania

22. Pledge Your Allegiance

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Track List: Prime Cuts

1. You Can't Bring Me Down

2. Join The New Army

3. Lovely

4. Institutionalized

5. Gotta Kill Captain Stupid

6. Beserk!

7. I Saw Your Mommy

8. Pledge Your Allegiance

9. Feeding The Addiction

10. I Wasnt Meant To Feel This

11. Send Me Your Money

12. No F**kin Problem

13. Go Skate!

14. Nobody Hears

15. How Will I Laugh Tommorrow (When I Can't Even Smile Today)

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Track List: The Art Of Rebellion

1. Can't Stop

2. Accept My Sacrifice

3. Nobody Hears

4. Tap Into The Power

5. Monopoly On Sorrow

6. We Call This Mutha Revenge

7. I Wasn't Meant To Feel This/Asleep At The Wheel

8. Gotta Kill Captain Stupid

9. I'll Hate You Better

10. Which Way To Free?

11. It's Going Down

12. Where's The Truth

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Track List: Lights...Camera...Revolution

1. You Can't Bring Me Down

2. Lost Again

3. Alone

4. Lovely

6. Get Whacked

7. Send Me Your Money

8. Emotion No. 13

9. Disco's Out, Murder's In

10. Go'n Breakdown

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Track List: Join The Army

1. Suicidal Maniac

2. Join The Army

3. You Got, I Want

4. A Little Each Day

5. The Prisoner

6. War Inside My Head

7. I Feel Your Pain

8. Human Guinea Pig

9. Possessed To Skate

10. No Name, No Words

11. Cyco

12. Two Wrongs Don't Make A Right (But They Make Me Feel A Whole Lot Better)

13. Looking In Your Eyes

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Track List: Suicidal Tendencies

2. Two Sided Politics

3. I Shot The Devil

4. Subliminal

5. Won't Fall In Love Today

6. Institutionalized

7. Memories Of Tomorrow

8. Possessed

9. I Saw Your Mommy...

10. Fascist Pig

11. I Want More

12. Suicidal Failure

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Killer band with killer grooves! Lets get some new music Muir!
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adam_haynes
I'm not crazy - in an institution
You're the one who's crazy - in an institution
You're driving me crazy - in an institution
They stuck me in an institution
Said it was the only solution
To give me the needed professional help
To protect me from the enemy -- myself.
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Charles Manson eating fruit loops on your front porch!
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killer live show in 199?
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Saw them and infectious grooves. .good times early 90s..Durant coming to the warriors
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I Tend
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St for life!!!!
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no mention in bio of No Mercy widespread bloodshead
another muir/clark side project .(likewise pretty heavy band)
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ST Forever
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jemanis98
All I wanted was a Pepsi!
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Haha f**kin A ! Suicidal for life. Been listening to S.T from the beginning. Seen the first lineup in reno back in early 80's and 3-4 times since. Muir n company always deliver...S. T
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jamieb12871
HOW WILL I LAUGH TOMORROW ...ANTHEM. . .
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jamieb12871
Megadeth.. MAIDEN...& THESE GUYS ...
Import UK stuff then all-time PANTERA ALICE N CHAINZ...GRO O V E METAL MOVEMENT ...GO HARD/GO HARDER..."GO FAST"/GO FASTER ...
I even got a nICK 4 a minute :FASTARD
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Seen da cycos a few times in 80s! Still cyco!
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vallejo985
Got a ST tat on my arm. Fuk u
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I guess I was hallucinatin g ? My bad bro
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Pledge your allegiance f**kers! Great album from one of the most underrated bands.
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johtd81
For the poster calling himself 'Music' :
How old is Muir?
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johtd81
Johneater 1975, my profile is not private. You are hallucinatin g .
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Saw them in concert in chicago last wknd. THEY F**KING ROCKED!
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Suicidal for life #1 fan 12die4 916 all I want is a Pepsi ST
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Sxtx for life!
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Why would anyone call ST posers ?
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To call Suicidal Tendencies posers you'd have to be at least 45 and bitter
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johtd81
ST are posers especially Mike Muir.
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Great band. Good Ole days. Where has the time gone. Suicidal!!!! ! !
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JUST ONE PEPSI AND SHE WOULDN'T GIVE IT TO ME! AHHH memories
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I met mike one day I was smokin weed at hippie hill Venice beach good guy fun time for all
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Finally getting back into ST after many years. Such a sick band.
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I still make my own blacks marker t shirts.
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Satan approves ����⚡️
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This band is f**king legit
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Who has real Suicidal Tendencies?. . . .
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Join the suicidal army
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St. forever mother f**ker
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War inside my head.
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Im not crazy. All i want is a pepsi just one pepsi. But they wouldnt give it to me
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Loves an emotion!! You think somethings funny!! LAUGH AT THIS!!
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ALL I WANTED WAS A PEPSI!!!!!!! ! ! ! !
If you don't get that.... GTFO.
AND GET ME A PEPSI! ALL I WANTED WAS A PEPSI!
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There's people who claim to be down with the lord, but in fact, they are not down with the divine, so people attack the church thinking it's this big industry responsible for bad deeds and rebel with this type of music against God , mostly trying to be kooh etc... I can go on and on ...
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zamboni_y2k
All I wanted was a Pepsi...If that don't ring true you were never a teenager.
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Proud to be suicidal for life
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This band was so underrated they are awesome. Feel like s--- waking the dead.
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Still suicyco after all these years f**k yeah
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S.T ...one of the greatest metal bands ever.. proved by the album lights..came r a . . r e v o l u t i o n
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