Social Distortion – Somewhere Between Heaven And Hell
"Somewhere Between Heaven And Hell" is the fourth studio album by the American punk rock band Social Distortion, released on February 11, 1992. It continues the melding of country and rockabilly influences with punk that began two albums before with "Prison Bound". Clear influences include Hank Williams (on "This Time Darlin'") and Johnny Cash (on "99 To Life"). The album also marks the first time that a Social Distortion line-up had not changed in three consecutive studio recordings.
This was the last Social Distortion album with drummer Christopher Reece, who was replaced in 1993 by Randy Carr.