Cheating At Solitaire

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Commercially Released: April 13, 1999
Label: Time Bomb
Produced by James Sáez and Mike Ness
Recorded by James Sáez, Bob Breen, and Paul Ericksen at Ocean Studios
Mixed by James Sáez, Mike Ness, and Martin Klemm at Bay 7 Studios
Mastered by Eddy Schreyer at Oasis Mastering
Design by Jolie Clemens and Mike Ness
Photography by F. Scott Schafer

Overview

Cheating at Solitaire is the first solo album from Social Distortion frontman Mike Ness. Released in 1999, it bypasses much of Social Distortion's punk muscle in favor of a more roots-oriented approach to rock and roll. It features cameos by Bruce Springsteen, Brian Setzer, and members of Royal Crown Revue. Johnny Cash was invited to perform on the song "Ballad of a Lonely Man", but was too ill to record at the time. Ness originally wrote some of the songs on this album around 1997 while Social Distortion was planning their sixth album.

Source: Wikipedia

Released

# Song Title Running Time Release
3. MISERY LOVES COMPANY 3:47 GUEST: SOLITAIRE

Total Running Time: 59:08

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