Best Songs on Suicidal Tendencies's Join the Army

Join the Army is the 5th studio album by Suicidal Tendencies, It was recorded in January of 1987 at Record Plant Studios in Los Angeles, California. The album was released on June 9th, 1987 through Caroline records. It was released in 1987 – four years after their self-titled debut album – and is one of the most well known albums for crossing over the genres of punk and thrash metal, known as crossover thrash, a genre that Suicidal Tendencies have been credited for creating.This was their first album with guitarist Rocky George and drummer R.J. Herrera, and their last recording with bassist Louiche Mayorga (although he did co-write songs on their next album How Will I Laugh Tomorrow When I Can't Even Smile Today). This is also the last album the band played hardcore punk.

Mike Muir used vastly different vocal techniques and range compared to their debut album (sometimes sounding similar to Lemmy from Motörhead).Original guitarist Grant Estes had been replaced by Jon Nelson in 1984, who was then soon replaced by Rocky George, who influenced the change of the band's sound into the thrash direction. Original drummer Amery Smith was replaced by R.J. Herrera, who used the particularly metal drum feature of double kick.

Album Genre: Crossover Thrash, Hardcore Punk

Suicidal Tendencies Members:

Mike Muir – vocals

Louiche Mayorga – bass, backing vocals

Rocky George – guitar, backing vocals

R.J. Herrera – drums

The Top Ten

1 War Inside My Head

Also a movement from a certain Dream Theater song...I need to shut up.

2 Suicidal Maniac
3 Join the Army
4 A Little Each Day
5 You Got, I Want
6 The Prisoner
7 Possessed To Skate
8 I Feel Your Pain
9 Looking In Your Eyes
10 Human Guinea Pig

The Contenders

11 Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right (But They Make Me Feel a Whole Lot Better)
12 No Name, No Words
13 Born to Be Cyco
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