Genre: Metal
Label: Century Media
Size: 12"
Additional Artists: Mike Clark Bob Heathcote
Format: 33RPM,


Suicidal Tendencies How Will I Laugh Tomorrow When I Can't Even Smile Today LP

Suicidal Tendencies

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Third Studio Album Reissued on Vinyl LP!
Featuring "Trip at the Brain" & "One Too Many Times"!

Suicidal Tendencies' third studio album was originally released on September 13, 1988 on Epic Records, the band's first album on that label. It was also their first album recorded with guitarist Mike Clark (No Mercy) and their only release with bassist Bob Heathcote, who was replaced by Robert Trujillo in 1989.

Suicidal Tendencies regrouped successfully for one of its best efforts, How Will I Laugh Tomorrow When I Can't Even Smile Today. The band's thrashy fusion of its hardcore roots with speed metal was fully developed by this point, and Mike Muir's social commentary and self-analysis were as ragingly compelling and by turns amusing as ever.
-Steve Huey, AllMusic
It remains an absolute classic, and a massive influence on so many of today's hardcore, metal, and crossover bands. It's hard to imagine bands like Power Trip, Enforced, Drain, and Ekulu sounding quite the same without it.
-Andrew Sacher, BrooklynVegan


  • Vinyl LP


Mike Muir vocals
Rocky George lead guitar
Mike Clark rhythm guitar
R.J. Herrera drums
Bob Heathcote bass


Side 1:

  1. Trip At The Brain
  2. Hearing Voices
  3. Pledge Your Allegiance
  4. How Will I Laugh Tomorrow
  5. The Miracle

Side 2:

  1. Surf And Slam
  2. If I Don't Wake Up
  3. Sorry?!
  4. One Too Many Times
  5. The Feeling's Back

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