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Bad Religion is a punk rock band that formed in Los Angeles in 1979. The band makes extensive use of soaring 3-part vocal harmonies (which they refer to in their album liner notes as the "oozin' aahs"), guitar solos and intellectual lyrics that often contain political or religious commentary. Their lyrics often relate to matters of social responsibility. The band's lineup has changed several times over its lifespan, with lead vocalist Greg Graffin being the only consistent member; the current lineup, however, features three out of four of the band's original members (Graffin, Brett Gurewitz and Jay Bentley).
Bad Religion has released sixteen studio albums, two live albums, three compilation albums, two EPs, and two DVDs (which were both recorded live). Although they gained a cult following with many of their early albums, Bad Religion did not experience major worldwide commercial success until the 1994 release of their eighth studio album Stranger Than Fiction, which spawned their biggest hits "Infected" and a re-recorded version of "21st Century (Digital Boy)", and was certified gold in both the United States and Canada. Their latest album, True North, was released on January 22, 2013. Bad Religion has sold at least over 5 million albums worldwide.
Generator by Bad Religion
Right first things first I love BR. Both their old and new stuff is amongst the best harmonic punk ever, but there is a big differce between say Suffer and
The New America. BR albums always seem to come in pairs... excluding the early EP's and LP's (Into the unknown, How could
hell be any worse? etc) if we focus on their "main" albums. Suffer could be paired with No Control in both terms of lyrical
content and sound, Stranger than fiction and The gray race can also be paired to the same criteria, as can No Substance and The
New America. Generator is therefore the logical progression between the amazing Against the grain and Recipe for hate - the
sound and lyrical content is more similar to that of Against the grain, but the roots of Recipe for hate are also clearly
apparant here. However this album is more than just that assumption alone: It sounds instantly familiar but songs like
Two babies in the dark are unlike anything I have ever heard, and unlike anything most "punk" bands are capable of. Most songs
on this CD also have the same harmonies that make BR so good, and although these arent always noticable the first time you
hear a song, if you persevere the hooks really kick in. You can't really comment on any song alone, as each contribute a
unique element and factor of the album. It is also unfair to judge this album on first listen: it usually takes until about
song 4 or 5 for me to start getting into a new BR album, but a couple of listens to judge it to any acurate degree. People
often say Suffer is the best BR album, which although true is not entiely accurate as they are all have atleast one element
that sets them apart from the rest, which makes them all equal. Generator is no exception.
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10 In 2010
Against The Grain
Beyond Electric Dreams
Boot Stamping On A Human Face Forever
Cant Stop It
Dont Pray On Me
Empire Strikes First
album: "True North" (2013)
Past Is Dead
Robin Hood In Reverse
Land Of Endless Greed
Dharma And The Bomb
Hello Cruel World
In Their Hearts Is Right
Dept. Of False Hope
Nothing To Dismay
My Head Is Full Of Ghosts
Recipe for Hate by Bad Religion
This is the most experimental Bad Religion album, and most people seem to either love or hate it. I love it. I'm gonna do
what the Americans do now, and review each track separately:
1. Recipe For Hate 10/10 - Great track to start with, nice and fast, like the old Bad Religion.
2. Kerosene 8/10 - One of the poppier, more experimental tracks. It's still good, though.
3. American Jesus 10/10 - One of the best punk rock songs of all time!
4. Portrait of Authority 9/10 - Good song, great lyrics.
5. Man With a Mission 8/10 - Another experimental track. It's quite good.
6. All Good Soldiers 10/10 - Lovely, sarcastic song. Lots of people hate this song for some reason.
7. Watch It Die 9/10 - Another good song.
8. Struck a Nerve 10/10 - It's very unlike Greg to write a song like this, very emotional and very good. Features
Johnette Napolitano from Concrete Blonde.
9. My Poor Friend Me 9/10 - Very interesting lyrics.
10. Lookin' In 8/10 - I think this song applies to many punks out there :P
11. Don't Pray On Me 10/10 - Some of Bad Religion's best ever lyrics, with political metaphors hidden within it.
12. Modern Day Catastrophists 8/10 - Not very different, but good nonetheless.
13. Skyscraper 10/10 - Superb emotional song, and eerily prophetic about 9/11.
14. Stealth 8/10 - This contains quotes pieced together from King George I (President Bush!). It's funny but utterly
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