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Bad Religion

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Bad Religion  Sorrow   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Infected   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Cyanide   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  21st Century (Digital Boy)   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  New Dark Ages   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  A Walk   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  The Devil In Stitches   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Stranger Than Fiction   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Bad Religion   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  American Jesus   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Los Angeles Is Burning   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  The Resist Stance   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Fuck Armageddon...This Is Hell   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Do What You Want   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  You   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Suffer   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Punk Rock Song   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  You Are (The Government)   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Ten In 2010   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Honest Goodbye   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Struck a Nerve   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Only Rain   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Heroes and Martyrs   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Big Bang   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  The Biggest Killer In American History   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Social Suicide   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Anesthesia   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  We're Only Gonna Die   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Grains of Wrath   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Let Them Eat War   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Supersonic   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Generator   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Won't Somebody   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Requiem for Dissent   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  All There Is   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Shades of Truth   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Them and Us   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  The Gray Race   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  I Want to Conquer the World   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Epiphany   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  The Streets of America   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Recipe for Hate   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Lookin' In   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  No Control   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Sanity   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Broken   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  The Defense   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Strange Denial   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  The Empire Strikes First   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  In the Night   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Raise Your Voice   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Dearly Beloved   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  1000 More Fools   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Atomic Garden   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Sensory Overload   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  In So Many   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Along the Way   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Modern Man   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  No Direction   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Faith Alone   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  All Fantastic Images   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Kyoto Now!   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  No Substance   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Parallel   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Hear It   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  God's Love   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Fertile Crescent   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  How Much Is Enough?   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Billy   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Walk Away   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Drastic Actions   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Spirit Shine   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Only Entertainment   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  Pity the Dead   buy on itunes
Bad Religion  All Good Soldiers   buy on itunes

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Bad Religion has been firing out their sharp-shooting brand of intellectual punk with pop hooks for three decades, redefining what it means to be "hardcore." Singer/college professor Greg Graffin can fit what seems like an entire treatise on modern society into a three-minute song, his bandmates matching him step for step with a blend of blazing punk fury and hummable, power-pop-influenced tunes. Bad Religion has always made up its own rules, letting other bands follow in their wake. They're probably the only punk outfit to go on record as being equally influenced by the Germs and Todd Rundgren — the latter even produced their 2000 album, [i]The New America[/i]. Guitarist Brett Gurewitz started Epitaph Records as a home for his band, and today — like Bad Religion itself — it's a prolific, unprecedentedly successful punk institution. So where do you start working your way through the world of Bad Religion? We've got 75 clues for you right here.
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