Suicidal Tendencies – Lights Camera Revolution
Lights…Camera…Revolution! is the fifth studio album by American crossover thrash band Suicidal Tendencies, released in 1990. This was the band’s first release with bassist Robert Trujillo. Singles off this album included “You Can’t Bring Me Down”, “Send Me Your Money”, “Alone” & “Lovely”. The video for “You Can’t Bring Me Down” received much MTV airplay, and was largely responsible for the success of this album. It was certified gold a few years later. It was also nominated for the “Best Metal Performance” Grammy Award in 1991, losing to “Stone Cold Crazy” by Metallica, whom Trujillo would join in 2003.