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Definitions

  1. Bad Religion is a band of washed up losers with a one-way ticket to hell.
  2. Bad Religion is an influential punk rock band known for poignant, erudite lyrics, and biting social commentary. (Web site)
  3. Bad Religion is an influential hardcore punk band known for poignant, erudite lyrics, and biting social commentary.
  4. Bad Religion is a punk rock group with a political side.
  5. Bad Religion is an incredibly adept and talented band, and Suffer more than proves it. (Web site)

Bad Religion

  1. Other band members, such as Jay Bentley, also contribute songs, but these constitute only a small percentage of the Bad Religion catalog. (Web site)
  2. It also said that 21st Century was considered by many Bad Religion fans to be their Smells Like Teen Spirit.
  3. Last check: ) In 2004, Bad Religion supplemented a magazine of reissues with one in the chamber called The Empire Strikes First. (Web site)
  4. Artist Biography - Bad Religion They reformed in 1987 and released Suffer on the same year, which cemented their comeback in the punk community. (Web site)

Religions

  1. David Bragger The director of several promo videos for Bad Religion songs.
  2. Bad religion - wikipedia, the free encyclopedia well.
  3. On late 1996 his favorite Bad Religion song was Cease.
  4. For Bad Religion, the story of THE NEW AMERICA is about more than a distant point on the nation's horizon. (Web site)
  5. Against The Grain The album most consistently voted best Bad Religion album by their fans.

Brian Baker

  1. Brian Baker went on to found Junkyard and the seminal Dag Nasty and currently plays in Bad Religion.
  2. BAD RELIGION recruited lead guitarist Brian Baker, previously of underground legends, Minor Threat, and forged ahead, continuing to release records and tour. (Web site)
  3. Jay also explained that while they were on Epitaph, for every 10 calls 8 were for Bad Religion.
  4. Some maintain Brett only rejoined Bad Religion because he saw the reunion as the best thing to relaunch Epitaph.

Graffin

  1. Previously Greg Graffin and Gurewitz had split songwriting duties, which left Greg as Bad Religion's sole songwriter.
  2. In 1980, at age 15, Graffin and a few high school classmates formed Bad Religion in Southern California's San Fernando Valley.
  3. The majority of Bad Religion's lyrics are written by either Greg Graffin or Brett Gurewitz. (Web site)
  4. However, it is the fusion of the worlds of science and music that inspires Graffin to write Bad Religion---s famous lyrical anthems.
  5. Greg has also said in several occasions that he considers Bad Religion to be folk music.

Gurewitz

  1. Brett Gurewitz acknowledges attempting to emulate The Germs singer Darby Crash early on in Bad Religion's lyrical style. (Web site)
  2. The lineup departure with the largest impact occurred when Brett Gurewitz, Bad Religion's other main songwriter, left in 1994.
  3. Gurewitz, moreover, was fighting heroin and other addictions during this era, as he explains in the Bad Religion video Along the Way.
  4. Jay Ziskrout was the first drummer for Bad Religion, forming the group with schoolmate Brett Gurewitz in 1980. (Web site)

Band

  1. Bad Religion's next project was the remastering and issuing of their early catalog. (Web site)
  2. In the 28 years since its inception, Bad Religion has had numerous lineup changes, and Graffin has been the only constant member. (Web site)
  3. Bad Religion's next release, the harder, punkier Back to the Known EP restored faith among the group's devoted fans.
  4. His final return with Bad Religion was in 2001 and he is still a member of the band today. (Web site)
  5. Bad Religion has always dealt with some amount of controversy, one, for the name, and two, for the "crossbuster" logo. (Web site)

Atlantic

  1. As their popularity was not what it once was, Bad Religion departed from Atlantic Records in 2001 and returned to Epitaph.
  2. These two factors contributed to Bad Religion signing a major-label contract with Atlantic Records.
  3. Danny Goldberg The Atlantic guy who pursued and then signed Bad Religion originally.
  4. Over the course of Bad Religion's existence, the band has seen numerous changes in lineups and in record labels, defecting to both Atlantic and Columbia. (Web site)

Circle Jerks

  1. No Control to album grupy punk rockowej Bad Religion wydany 15 lipca 1989 roku (zob. (Web site)
  2. Circle Jerks, the Hetson's band before (and after) he joined Bad Religion.
  3. Flipside Magazine Has featured Bad Religion in several issues and which put out a video of Bad Religion and The Circle Jerks.
  4. Bad Religion used to play the Daredevils' two-song CD single before shows, between sets and after shows during some of the latest Gray Race concerts.

Released

  1. Bad Religion released their second major-label album, The Gray Race, in early 1996.
  2. At the same time, however, Bad Religion released the influential album ---Suffer,--- which reinvigorated the L.A. punk scene.
  3. In 1983, Bad Religion released Into the Unknown, a keyboard-driven psychedelic rock album that was enormously unpopular among the band's core fan base.
  4. All Ages is Bad Religion's compilation album, released on November 7, 1995. (Web site)
  5. As the singer and co-founder of bad religion, greg graffins name was well established before he ever released a solo effort.

Control

  1. No Control is the first in the series of Bad Religion albums to spotlight the band's ability to add two and three part vocal harmonies into their recordings. (Web site)
  2. To be honest, Bad Religion albums after 1989's No Control seemed redundant, much like Ramones and Mot--rhead albums of the same period. (Web site)

Punk

  1. Out of all of the Southern Californian hardcore punk bands of the early '80s, Bad Religion stayed around the longest. (Web site)
  2. BAD RELIGION, true to their punk roots, is a band completely guided by their own vision. (Web site)
  3. Back to the Known was the fourth release of hardcore band Bad Religion. (Web site)
  4. Bad Religion is known for being one of, if not the, most influential punk band(s) of the 90s punk revival. (Web site)
  5. Folk and old music The Los Angeles Times wrote that Bad Religion is the living incarnation of the theory that hardcore punk is in fact folk music.

Punk Rock

  1. MySpace music profile for BAD RELIGION with tour dates, songs, videos, pictures, blogs, band information, downloads and more.
  2. Generator (1992) is an acclaimed album by the punk rock band Bad Religion. (Web site)
  3. Com - interview with punk greg graffin greg graffin is a ucla alumnus and the lead singer for the punk rock band bad religion.
  4. Bad Religion also joined the 2007 Warped Tour to support the album.[12] Today, the band continues to tour and perform in support of the album. (Web site)
  5. Bad Religion album pop music info ''' Bad Religion ''' is a punk rock band known for poignant, erudite lyrics, and biting social commentary. (Web site)

Last Check

  1. Last check: 2007-10-16) No Control is an album by Bad Religion released by Epitaph Records on July 15, 1989 (see 1989 in music). (Web site)
  2. Last check: ) Bad Religion is an influential christian country band known for its praise of god and limited vocabulary. (Web site)
  3. Last check: 2007-10-16) I've seen some requests for Bad Religion here, and though this song is pretty easy, I like it. (Web site)

Studio Album

  1. To date, Bad Religion has released fourteen studio albums, two EPs, three compilation albums, one live recording, and two DVDs. (Web site)
  2. Bad Religion's latest studio album, titled New Maps of Hell, was released on July 10, 2007. (Web site)
  3. Stranger Than Fiction is the eighth full-length studio album by Bad Religion, released in 1994 (see 1994 in music). (Web site)

Categories

  1. Arts > Music > Punk > Punk Rock
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