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  1. Gurewitz was replaced as a guitarist by Brian Baker, a former member of bands such as Minor Threat and Dag Nasty.
  2. Gurewitz was replaced by Brian Baker during the Stranger Than Fiction tour and Bad Religion recorded two albums without him.
  3. Gurewitz was operating Epitaph in Los Angeles, where Bentley also worked. (Web site)
  4. Brett Gurewitz is thought to have left Bad Religion as a result of internal disputes, but actually left the band in 1994 so he could run Epitaph full time. (Web site)
  5. Brett Gurewitz is thought to have left Bad Religion as a result of "intra-band drama" but actually left the band in 1994 so he could run Epitaph fulltime.

Brett

  1. Brett Gurewitz attributed his anger towards former US president George W. Bush as the major inspiration for The Empire Strikes First. (Web site)
  2. Brett [Gurewitz] and Greg [Graffin] each put together about 15 songs and we knocked that down to the eventual 16.

Daredevils

  1. Gurewitz recorded a song with his new band The Daredevils entitled "Hate You," reportedly directed towards Jay Bentley. (Web site)

Epitaph Records

  1. Brett Gurewitz formed Epitaph Records as a vehicle for releases by his band Bad Religion. (Web site)

Albums

  1. Almost all of their albums were released on Epitaph Records, started in 1980 by Gurewitz, who still runs the label today. (Web site)

First Record

  1. In no time the Pietasters signed with Armstrong's fledgling Hellcat label and Gurewitz himself produced their first record.

Band

  1. Gurewitz felt that The Offspring was just not quite pronounced enough for his label, but Baghdad convinced him to give the band a shot.
  2. Records. Shortly after releasing this, the band was signed to Bad Religion guitarist Brett Gurewitz 's label, Epitaph Records. (Web site)
  3. It was created by guitarist Brett Gurewitz by drawing it on a piece of paper and showing it to the rest of the band. (Web site)

Epitaph

  1. In 1981, they released their eponymous debut EP on their own newly-formed label, Epitaph, managed and owned by Gurewitz. (Web site)
  2. Wilson had been trying to get The Offspring to switch to Epitaph, a label run by Bad Religion guitarist Brett Gurewitz. (Web site)

Guitar

  1. But more importantly it is the return of Brett Gurewitz on the guitar and as a songwriter that has done wonders for the pioneers of punk.

Greg Graffin

  1. Previously Greg Graffin and Gurewitz had split songwriting duties, which left Greg as Bad Religion's sole songwriter.
  2. Since Greg Graffin and Gurewitz had split songwriting duties, Graffin was now Bad Religion's primary songwriter.
  3. Greg Graffin (lead vocalist) and Brett Gurewitz (lead guitar) are both very intelligent men, so they have what it takes to write strong and smart lyrics.

Bad Religion

  1. Gurewitz started a new band, Daredevils, but rejoined Bad Religion in 2001 before they recorded their 2002 comeback album The Process of Belief.
  2. In 1994 he worked with Brett Gurewitz owner of Epitaph Records and founding member of the punkrock band Bad Religion on a demo recording for Bad Religion.

Brett Gurewitz

  1. Brian Baker joined Bad Religion after Brett Gurewitz left to focus on his own record label (Epitaph) and continued to play in the band when Brett rejoined.
  2. The band was formed in 1980 by high school students Greg Graffin (vocals), Jay Bentley (bass guitar), Jay Ziskrout (drums), and Brett Gurewitz (guitar).
  3. Brett Gurewitz (born May 12, 1962), also known as Mr. Brett and Brett Religion, is a guitarist and songwriter in Bad Religion.

Gurewitz

  1. Two years later, after parting ways with Atlantic Records, Gurewitz was officially back in the band and Bad Religion resigned to Epitaph.
  2. The band's current line-up now includes Greg Graffin (vocals), Gurewitz, Hetson, Baker (all on guitar), Jay Bentley (bass) and Brooks Wackerman (drums).
  3. In 1981, the band released their eponymous debut EP on their own newly-formed label, Epitaph Records, managed and owned by Gurewitz.

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  1. Punk > Punk Rock > Bad Religion > Brett Gurewitz
  2. Music > Punk > Punk Rock > Bad Religion
  3. Punk > Punk Rock > Bad Religion > Greg Graffin
  4. Epitaph
  5. Music > Punk > Hardcore Punk > Minor Threat
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