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Believe It - Bad Religion - The New America (Cassette)

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  1. The followup to this CD, Process of Belief, returned the band to its faster, more aggressive and cynical style of music, so knowing that, hopefully some fans can go back and appreciate New America a bit more without worrying that it would represent Bad Religion's future/5().
  2. Bad Religion is an American punk rock band that formed in Los Angeles, California in The band's lyrics cover topics related to religion, politics, society, the media and science. Musically, they are noted for their melodic sensibilities and extensive use of three-part vocal harmonies.
  3. "The New America" is the 11th full-length studio album by US punk rock act Bad Religion. The album was released through Atlantic Records in May (re-released through Epitaph Records in ). "The New America" was produced by Todd Rundgren, who had been a big hero for Greg Graffin .
  4. Bad Religion - The New America Lyrics | SongMeanings! Album Lyrics and Tracklisting Believe It: 6 9 I Love My Computer: 35 10 The Hopeless Housewife: 14 11 There Will Be a Way: 3 12 Let It Burn: 4 13 Don't Sell Me Short: 15 14 The Fast Life: 1 15 Queen of the 21st Century.
  5. Bad Religion The New America (Limited Clear Vinyl) $ Bad Religion $ Greg Graffin (Bad Religion) American Lesion (Bad Religion) $ Greg Graffin (Bad Religion) Cold As the Clay (Bad Religion) $ Greg Graffin (Bad Religion) Cold As The Clay (Limited Gold Colored Vinyl) Cassette (1) CD/DVD (1) Video/DVD (3) DVD (3.
  6. Feb 15,  · Bad Religion forms the link between the first generation L.A. punk rockers (The Vandals, The Germs, X) and the generation that punk in the s managed to successfully sell to a wide audience. Bad Religion was one of the first groups to the energy of punk with melodic singing and glowing melodies calling those memories to The Beach Boys and /5().
  7. The followup to this CD, Process of Belief, returned the band to its faster, more aggressive and cynical style of music, so knowing that, hopefully some fans can go back and appreciate New America a bit more without worrying that it would represent Bad Religion's future.
  8. Oct 05,  · Bad Religion perform "New America" (live) at Irving Plaza in NYC on October 3,
  9. Todd Rundgren may seem like an odd choice of producer for Bad Religion, but as The New America illustrates, it was an inspired, even necessary, one for the veteran Californian punkers. Bad Religion painted themselves into a corner in the late '90s, adhering to the literate, hard-driving punk that marked their indie releases. That may have kept them pure, but as they grew older, they wound up.

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