BAD RELIGION

Formed: Los Angeles, California, USA

1980

Band Bio Part 1 (1979-1987) / Part 2 (1988-1994) / Part 3 (1995 - 2000) / Part 4 (2001-Present) / Discography / Lineups

One of California’s most prolific, consistent and long-lived hardcore bands, Bad Religion have plenty of things going for them: a talented guitarist and songwriter in (Mr) Brett Guerwitz (he's also a reliable producer and the man behind Epitaph Records), in Greg Graffin a versatile vocalist - he actually sings! - and unbelievably brainy lyricist, and the knack of writing super-catchy songs. Graffin and Brett are the linchpins of the band, although Brett departed in the mid-90s to concentrate on running Epitaph (he came back in 2004), and between them they write intelligent, thoughtful and utterly uncliched songs that avoid any mind of macho posturing or simply sloganeering.

A magnet for scene talent, by the end of the 80’s they’d attracted the attention of ex-Redd Kross/Circle Jerks guitarist Greg Hetson, and went into the Millennia with Brian Baker (ex-Minor Threat/Meatmen/Junkyard/Dag Nasty) and Brooks Wackerman (ex-Suicidal Tendencies/Vandals) in tow.

Why their records failed to sell as well as those by Green Day will be a mystery pondered in two thousand years time, surely spawning a stream of documentaries similar to the ones we have today, examining the building of the pyramids and the whereabouts of Atlantis.

Bad Religion Lineup 1980Part 1 (1979-1987)

When they formed in the late 70s they were yer standard-issue US hardcore punk band. Their debut EP Bad Religion, had great songs but terrible production and ropy vocals from Graffin, who seemed like an untalented shouter at this stage. It has a certain tinpot charm, but better sound and stronger singing elevates How Could Hell Be Any Worse? to near-classic status. This is a rockin’ band loaded with potential: fast but melodic, rough yet poppy (and only occasionally tuneless), with intelligent lyrics addressing the state of society, religion, political hypocrisy, and war. Drummer Jay Ziskruot was replaced by Peter Finestone during its recording.

BAD RELIGION

See my body, it's nothing to get hung about.
I'm nobody except genetic runaround.
Spiritual era's gone, it ain't comin' back.
Bad Religion, a copout, that is all that's left

Hey Mr. Mind, stop wasting my time,
With your factory precision.
Factory precision is your
Bad Religion, regurgitate
Indecision, it's not too late.
Bad Religion, Bad Religion.

Don't you know the place you live's a piece of shit?
Don't you know blind faith through lies won't conquer it
Don't you know responsibility is ours?
I don't care a think about eternal fires.

Listen this time, it's more than a rhyme,
It's your indecision.
Your indecision is your
Bad Religion, regurgitate
Indecision, it's not too late.
Bad Religion, regurgitate
Indecision, it's not too late.
Bad Religion, Bad Religion,
Bad Religion.

Bad Religion - How Could Hell Be Any Worse? US LP 1982 (Epitaph - EPI-BRLP1) Inner 1

FUCK ARMAGEDDON...THIS IS HELL

There's people out there that say I'm no good,
'Cause I don't believe the things that I should,
And when the final conflict comes, I'll be so sorry I did wrong,
And hope and pray that our lord god will think I'm good.

Countries manufacture bombs and guns
To kill your brother for something that he hasn't even done.
Smog is ruining my lungs, but they aren't sorry they've done wrong,
They hide behind their lies that they're helping everyone.

In the end the good will go to heaven up above,
The bad will perish in the depths of hell.
How can hell be any worse when life alone is such a curse?

Fuck Armageddon, this is hell [x3]

We're living in the denoument of the battle's gripping awe,
So what's the use of being good to satisfy them all?

How could hell be any worse? Life alone is such a curse!
Fuck Armageddon, this is hell

AMERICAN DREAM

I hate my family, hate my school, speed limits and the golden rule.
Hate people who aren't what they seem, more than anything else, American Dream.
American Dream's gonna swallow you whole, it's bursting at the seam,
It'll sweep you away, so enjoy it today, tomorrow you'll be old thus useless.

American Dream... American Dream....
American Dream, that's ok, 'cause no one dare give you away.

I hate my job, I hate your god, I hate hypocrites and common slobs.
Hate people who aren't what they seem, more than anything else, American Dream.
Promise me today I'll have a Chevrolet, with whitewalls on the side,
One boy, one girl, comfortable lies

The American Dream... American Dream...
American Dream, that's ok, 'cause no one dare give you away.
American Dream!
(bleah!)

WE'RE ONLY GONNA DIE

Early man walked away,
As modern man took control
Their minds weren't all the same,
To conquer was his goal
So he built his great empire
And he slaughtered his own kind
Then he died a confused man,
Killed himself with his own mind

We're only gonna die (only gonna die)
From our own arrogance

Bad Religion - How Could Hell Be Any Worse? US LP 1982 (Epitaph - EPI-BRLP1) Inner 2

Things went seriously wrong during the making of their follow-up LP.

An ambitious move away from hardcore, Into The Unknown was Greg Graffin's vision, and one that completely dumfounded his bandmates. Jay Bentley and Finestone quit early on and were replaced by two geezers never seen before or since. in stark contrast to the amphetamine rage of the debut LP, the eight songs used synths and acoustic guitars, tasteful rock solos and soaring vocals. Their fans and the music press hated it intensely, and it flopped in a most spectacular fashion. Hindsight shows it is by no means a clinker – the musicianship is considerably more developed, Graffin’s mature-beyond-his-years songs are uniformly excellent, and it still sounds like Bad Religion. While that cheesy 80’s synth gets a bit much, it’s the first record of theirs that is genuinely world class. Regardless, the band appear to have scrubbed it from memory, hence its unavailability on any format at the present time. (STOP PRESS: It has been reissued on vinyl only as part of the Bad Religion 15-LP box set).

The invective directed at the release was enough to kill the band completely, with Brett leaving and Graffin moving to Wisconsin. (Two more songs from this troubled period, appeared on The Sound Of Hollywood #2: Destroy L.A., 1983).

That should have been it really, but Graffin and Finestone reactivated the band in 1984 with Circle Jerks guitarist Greg Hetson and some guy called Tim Gallegos. Brett was not invited back into the fold at the time. 1985’s one-sided Back To The Known 12" EP married increased musical acuity with a punk fire lodged halfway between the first two albums, including a slow version of their theme tune (‘Bad Religion’) and a brilliant, folky number (‘Along The Way’) which has since been considered BR fans’ fave rave. Swelled by the acclaim, Graffin, Hetson and Finestone convinced Brett and Jay Bentley to re-join.

ABOVE: Labels for the Back To The Known 12".

Part 2 (1988-1994)

The revitalised band found their mojo on Suffer, the first in a chain of outstanding albums: No Control, Against The Grain, Generator and Recipe For Hate, all issued on Epitaph, the latter pair with new drummer Bobby Shayer.

Bad Religion - No Control - US CD 1989 (Epitaph - E-86406-2) Page 8

Bad Religion - Suffer Photo

BIG BANG

This isn't another new fashion, or a new wave plastic trend.
Everybody's searching for something but in the meantime let's all just pretend.
I've got this feeling and I don't know what it is.
This room is overcrowded, man, and I need air to breathe, yeah.

Big bang, big crunch, you know there's no free lunch.
Kneel down and pray, here comes your judgment day.
Big crunch, you know, it's gonna be quite a show.
What goes around always comes around, yeah.

A million hopeless faces dwell within protected walls,
All waiting for a moment in life when they can heed the clarion call.
And it's all so oppressive my mind feels like a sieve.
This city's overcrowded, man, and I need room to live.

Big bang, big crunch, you know there's no free lunch.
Kneel down and pray, here comes your judgment day.
Big crunch, you know, it's gonna be quite a show.
What goes around always comes around, yeah.

I think of the countless shadows that have all come and gone,
All suffering in the notion of better things to come.
If you share these beliefs you know I wish you well,
'cause there's no room left in heaven and there's sure no room in hell, yeah.

Big bang, big crunch, you know there's no free lunch.
Kneel down and pray, here comes your judgment day.
Big crunch, you know, it's gonna be quite a show.
What goes around always comes around.

On first listen all the songs sound the same and finish too quickly, but subsequent plays reveal brilliantly thought-out and tightly played blasphemous hardcore with soaring harmonies, powerhouse drumming, juicy lead bits and hooks you could hang tanks on. One British critic whined that asking Bad Religion to change the drum pattern was like asking Motorhead to turn the bass down a bit, completely missing what makes their music so appealing. While the music could be insanely fast, Graffin’s melodious-yet-rough voice makes them sound a lot more mellow than, say, MDC or Poison Idea, although their lyrics aren’t exactly light-hearted (‘Two million years this far/Now mister here you are/An element in a sea of enthalpic organic compounds/And the world will turn without you”). Little wonder some wags coined a new sub-genre, "Theosaurus Rock", in their honour.

GENERATOR

Like a rock,
Like a planet
Like a fucking atom bomb
I'll remain unperturbed by the joy and the madness
That I encounter everywhere I turn

I've seen it all along
In books and magazines
Like a twitch before dying
Like a pornographic scene
There's a flower behind the window
There's an ugly laughing man
Like a hummingbird in silence
Like the blood on my door
It's the generator

Oh yeah, oh yeah
Like the blood on my door
Watch me clean and I will run
Until I reach the shore

I've known it all along
Like the bone under my skin
Like actors in a photograph
Like paper in the wind
There's a hammer by the window
There's a knife on the floor
Like turbines in darkness
Like the blood on my door
It's the generator

Oh yeah, oh yeah,
Like the blood on my door
watch me clean and I will run
until I reach the shore

Bad Religion - Generator - Netherlands CD 2004 (Epitaph Europe - 6704-2) Tray 2

ABOVE: Bad Religion in 1992

Part 3 (1994-2000)

In 1994 they braved accusations of "selling out" by signing to the mighty Sony corporation (under the Dragnet imprint). One person calling them sell-outs was Brett Guerwitz himself, who left soon after the release of their new album.

THE ANSWER

Long ago in a dusty village full of hunger, pain and strife
a man came forth with a vision of truth and the way to a better life
he was convinced he had the answer and he complelled people to follow along
but the hunger never vanished
and the man was banished
and the village dried up and died

At a time when wise men peered through glass tubes toward the sky
the heavens changed in predictable ways and one man was able to find
that he had thought he found the answer and he was quick to write his revelation
but as they were scutinized
in his colleagues eyes
he soon became a mockery

Don't tell me about the answer
'cause then another one will come along too
I don't believe you have the answer
I've got ideas too
but if you've got enough naivete
and you've got conviction
then the answer is perfect for you

An urban sprawl sits choking on its discharge overwhelmed by industry
searching for a modern day savior from another place inclined toward charity
everyone's begging for an answer without regard to validity
the searching never ends
it goes on and on and on for eternity

DON'T PRAY ON ME

A grizzly scene on my electron beam
Told a story about human rights
So all of King's horses and all of King's men
Had a riot for two days and nights
Well, the city exploded but the gates wouldn't open
So the company asked him to quit
Now everybody's equal
Just don't measure it

Well, Hanson did it to Hester
And Mark David did it to John
And maybe Jack did it to Marilyn
But he did it to South Vietnam
For beauty and glory
For money, love, and country
Now everybody's doing it
Don't do that to me

A bitter debate and a feminine fate
Lie in tandem like two precious babes
While the former gets warmer, it's the latter that matters
Except on the nation's airwaves
And custodians of public opinion stayed back
After vainly discussing her rights
Lay hands off her body
It's not your fucking life

Now I don't know what stopped Jesus Christ
From turning every hungry stone into bread
And I don't remember hearing how Moses reacted
When the innocent first born sons lay dead
Well, I guess God was a lot more demonstrative
Back when he flamboyantly parted the sea
Now everybody's praying
Don't pray on me

1995 Lineup

Stranger Than Fiction had guest input from members of Rancid and beefier (and more conventionally "big") production, but was clearly the same fast-and-furious band playing to their strengths. A re-recording of 1990's '21st Century (Digital Boy)' was a high spot, but also the reason Gurewitz cited for his departure. He was doing smack at the time, and relations whithin the band were not good anyway, so one doubts his departure was much mourned from within the camp. (Guerwitz cashed-in nonetheless with All Ages, a somewhat unnecessary Epitaph-years retrospective with 22 tracks going all the way back to the debut EP and ending with some live recordings, the packaging including reproductions of lyrics and fliers. You could take any other 22 BR tracks at random and come up with a compilation equally as good, but this makes a useful introduction.)

With Brian Baker (Minor Threat/Government Issue etc) replacing Brett Gurewitz (who spent the rest of the decade in The Daredevils, and taking care of Epitaph), The Gray Race (1996) was produced to buggery by Ric Ocasek, who swamped another bunch of great songs with a bass-heavy barrage that proudly declares “We’re on a major label”. With Brett missing there’s also some of the magic missing a well, but that’s not to dismiss 15 eloquent tunes that rattle with undiminished forward-propulsion. It was still a good record, highlighted by the remarkable Punk Rock Song, released as a single in Europe, grey vinyl versions of which are to been below.

PUNK ROCK SONG

have you been to the desert?
have you walked with the dead?
there's a hundred thousand children
being killed for their bread
and the figures don't lie they speak of human disease
but we do what we want and we think what we please

have you lived the experience?
have you witnessed the plague?
people making babies sometimes just to escape
in this land of competition the compassion is gone
yet we ignore the needy and we keep pushing on
keep pushing on...

this is just a punk rock song
written for the people who can see something's wrong
like ants in a colony we do our share
but there's so many other fuckin' insects out there
and this is just a punk rock song

have you visited the quagmire?
have you swam in the shit?
the party conventions and the real politik
the faces always different, the rhetoric the same
but we swallow it all, and we see nothing change
nothing has changed...

this is just a punk rock song
written for the people who can see something's wrong
like workers in a factory we do our share
but there's so many other fuckin' robots out there
this is just a punk rock song

10 million dollars on a losing campaign
20 million starving and writhing in pain
big strong people unwilling to give
small in vision and perspective

one in five kids below the poverty line
one population runnin' out of time
runnin' out of time

this is just a punk rock song
written for the people who can see something's wrong
like ants in a colony we do our share
but there's so many other fuckin' insects out there
this is just a punk rock song

and the figures don't lie they speak of human disease
but we do what we want and we think what we please
one in five kids below the poverty line
one population runnin' out of time

This is just a punk rock song
this is just a punk rock song
this is just a punk rock song

LEAVE MINE TO ME

there are desperate times upon us,
there are codes of white and black,
political resentment and people start to crack,
there's hate and opposition,
there's fumbling dialog,
yet you sit there and judge me
and you think it makes a difference

if you think I'm all alone you are foolishly wrong,
there's an entire army who blindly follow along,
and you happen to be one of them believe it or not,
even though you try not to be we are of the same plague

the other ways we're taught to fear,
don't even scratch the surface of the problem here,
I'm not blind, and I'm not scared,
so many crucial factors exist out there,
and we're but one, and they're bout two,
and how we come to terms will help us pull through

things cannot change too fast,
it took us this much time,
to reach our current platform and walk this fragile line,
if I thought I'd make a difference I'd kill myself today,
but so many are like me lost in the fray

you create your own reality,
and leave mine to me

Bad Religion - Jay Bentley

Firmly headed towards being a major rock act, with all that entails, No Substance (1998) and The New America (2000) were arguably their weakest so far.

The former has a cameo appearance from Die Toten Hosen’s Campino on ‘Raise Your Voice’, pays homage to the U.K. Subs’ ‘Warhead’ riff on ‘Shades Of Truth’, and makes no bones about their opinion of Britain (‘All Fantastic Images’), but some of the material seems decidedly lacklustre. As for 'The New America', apart from the magnificent ‘Believe It’ there’s a noticeable dearth of killer cuts, despite juggernaut guitars. (One should note that these albums are still scads better than anything offered by their more commercially viable counterparts The Offspring.)

THE HIPPY KILLERS

Our Apocalypse 1981
Teenage vagrants looking for some fun
A renewed promise of prosperity
A vulgar platform for the world to see

We were
The hippy killers
Busted refuse from broken homes
Pocked flesh and malicious bones
Creatures sustained by desire, heart, and soul
Nothing to leave and nowhere to go

We were
The hippy killers
Good days during horrible times
Overused bodies, neglected minds
Shoulder to shoulder we formed as one
The next miserable generation
We were
The hippy killers

Bad Religion - No Substance - Germany CD 1998 (Dragnet - DRA 489570 2) Page 10

ABOVE: CD art from No Substance.

Bad Religion - New America - The other members 2000

ABOVE: CD art from The New America

Part 4 (2001-Present)

With the return of Brett Gurewitz now swelling the band’s guitar phalanx to three, as well as new drummer Brooks Wackerman, The Process Of Belief marked a return to form anf to Epitaph. A trio of guitar playing heroes might seem like overkill, but there is no conflict of sound, with all points meshing seamlessly: like the Buzzcocks at their epak, they make exhilarating music sound positively effortless. And boy does this bastard rock! The band is faster and tighter than ever, while the leaner, meaner production harks back to the pre-Dragnet/Sony days. The band continue to record and tour with this lineup.

LOS ANGELES IS BURNING

Somewhere high in the desert near a curtain of a blue
St. Anne's skirts are billowing
but down here in the city of the lime lights
the fans of Santa Ana are withering
and you can’t deny that living is easy
if you never look behind the scenery
it's showtime for dry climes
and bedlam is dreaming of rain

When the hills of Los Angeles are burning
palm trees are candles in the murder wind
so many lives are on the breeze
even the stars are ill at ease
and Los Angeles is burning

This is not a test
of the emergency broadcast system
where Malibu fires and radio towers
conspire to dance again
and I cannot believe the media Mecca
they're only trying to peddle reality,
catch it on prime time, story at nine
the whole world is going insane

When the hills of Los Angeles are burning
palm trees are candles in the murder wind
so many lives are on the breeze
even the stars are ill at ease
and Los Angeles is burning

A placard reads
"the end of days"
Jacaranda boughs are bending in the haze

More a question than a curse
how could hell be any worse?

The flames are stunning
the cameras running
so take warning

When the hills of Los Angeles are burning
palm trees are candles in the murder wind
so many lives are on the breeze
even the stars are ill at ease
and Los Angeles is burning

 

DISCOGRAPHY

Singles / Albums

Bad Religion - Bad Religion Bad Religion - How Could Hell Be Any Worse? Bad Religion - Into The Unknown Bad Religion - Back To The Known Bad Religion - Suffer
Bad Religion
(7", 1981)
How Could Hell Be Any Worse?
(LP, 1982)
Into The Unknown
(LP, 1983)
Back To The Known (12", 1985) Suffer (LP, 1988)
Bad Religion - No Control Bad Religion - Against The Grain Bad Religion - Atomic Garden Generator Bad Religion - American Jesus
No Control
(LP/CD, 1989)
Against The Grain
(LP/CD, 1990)
Atomic Garden
(7", 1991)
Generator
(LP/CD, 1992)
American Jesus
(7", 1993)
Bad Religion - Receipe For Hate Bad Religion - Stranger Than Fiction  Single Bad Religion - Stranger Than Fiction LP/CD Bad Religion - 21st Century (Digital Boy) Bad Religion - Infected
Recipe For Hate
(LP/CD, 1993)
Stranger Than Fiction (7"/10"/12", 1994) Stranger Than Fiction (LP/CD, 1994) 21st Century (Digital Boy) (7"/10"/CDS, 1994) Infected (CDS, 1995)
Bad Religion - All Ages Bad Religion - Punk Rock Song Single Bad Religion - The Gray Race Bad Religion - Streets Of America Bad Religion - A Walk
All Ages
(LP/CD, 1995)
Punk Rock Song (7"/12"/CDS, 1996) The Gray Race
(LP/CD, 1996)
Streets Of America (CDS, 1996) A Walk (CDS, 1996)
Bad Religion - Tested Bad Religion - Dream Of Unity Bad Religion - No Substance Bad Religion with Campino - Raise Your Voice Bad Religion - New America Single
Tested
(2xLP/CD, 1997)
Dream Of Unity
(CDS, 1998)
No Substance
(LP/CD, 1998)
Raise Your Voice
(CDS, 1998)
New America
(CDS, 2000)
Bad Religion - New America LP/CD Bad Religion - The Process Of Belief Bad Religion - Broken Bad Religion - The Empire Strikes First Bad Religion - Los Angeles Is Burning
The New America (LP/CD, 2000) The Process Of Belief (LP/CD, 2002) Broken
(7"/CDS, 2002)
The Empire Strikes First (LP/CD, 2004) Los Angeles Is Burning (7"/CDS, 2004)
Bad Religion - New Maps Of Hell The Dissent Of Man Bad Religion - 30 Years Live Bad Religion - True North Bad Religion - Christmas Songs
New Maps Of Hell (LP/CD, 2007) The Dissent Of Man (LP/CD, 2010) 30 Years Live
(download only, 2010)
True North
(LP/CD, 2013)
Christmas Songs (12"/CDS, 2013)
Bad Relifion - Father Christmas        

Father Christmas
(7", 2013)

       

Extraneous Releases

The Original Bad Religion Bad Religion - 80-85 Bad Religion / Noam Chomsky - New World Order: War #1 Bad Religion / Sons Of Hercules - Pop Culture Press #32 Bad Religion - Bad Religion Box Set
The Original Bad Religion (12", 1984) 80-85 (CD, 1990) New World Order: War #1 (7", split with Noam Chomsky, 1991) Pop Culture Press #32 (7", flexi, split with Sons of Hercules, 1998) Punk Rock Songs
(CD, 2002)
Bad Religion - Bad Religion Box Set        
Bad Religion
(15xLP Box Set, 2010)
       

Promos

Bad Religion - Generator CD Single Live Hate Bad Religion - Lookin' In Promo Single Bad Religion - Struck A Nerve Bad Religion - Incomplete CD Single Promo
Generator
(CDS, 1992)
Live Hate
(Tape, 1993)
Lookin' In
(CDS, 1993)
Struck A Nerve
(CDS, 1993)
Incomplete
(CDS, 1994)
Bad Religion - Holiday Sampler Bad Religion - 10 In 2010 Bad Religion - Hear It Bad Religion - Shades Of Truth Bad Religion - The Biggest Killer In American History
Holiday Sampler
(CDS, 1995)
10 In 2010
(CDS, 1997)
Hear It
(CDS, 1998)
Shades Of Truth
(CDS, 1998)
The Biggest Killer In American History
(CDS, 1998)
Bad Religion - I Love My Computer Bad Religion ‎– Sorrow      
I Love My Computer (CDS, 2000) Sorrow (CDS, 2001)      

Bootlegs - A Very Incomplete List

Bad Religion - Bad And Worst Bad Religion - We're Not The Damned! Bad Religion - Live In Toronto Bad Religion - Silencio Bad Religion - Between Heaven And Hell
Bad And Worst
(LP, 1990)
We're Not The Damned! (LP, 1990) Live In Toronto
(7", 1990)
Silencio (LP, 1990) Between Heaven And Hell (LP, 1990)
Bad Religion - No Control At The Country Club Live Bad Religion - Even Worse Bad Religion - Live In France Bad Religion - Hate Yourself Bad Religion - All Our Yesterdays
No Control At The Country Club Live
(7", 1990)
Even Worse (7", 1991) Live In France
(LP, 1991)
Hate Yourself
(CD, 1991)
All Our Yesterdays
(LP, 1991)
Bad Religion - Generator Demos Bad Religion - Fuck The Government Bad Religion - Live In Italy Bad Religion - 1993 Peel Session Bad Religion - Live U.S.A.
Generator Demos
(7", 1991)
Fuck The Government (LP, 1992) Live In Italy (7", 1993) 1993 Peel Session
(7", 1993)
Live U.S.A. (CD, 1993)
Bad Religion - Never Mind The Cat Bad Religion - Christmas 1993 Bad Religion - Bad Religion Bad Religion - Unknown Infections Bad Religion - Christmas Show 11.12.93 + 8.1.94
Never Mind The Cat (CD, 1994) Christmas 1993
(CD, 1994)
Bad Religion (7", 1995) Unknown Infections
(CD, 1995)
Christmas Show 11.12.93 + 8.1.94
(CD, 1995)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Various Artists

Public Service US LP 1981 (Smoke Seven): Bad Religion / Slave / Drastic Actions

American Youth Report US LP 1982 (Invasion): We're Only Gonna Die

Someone Got Their Head Kicked In! US LP 1982 (Better Youth Organization): In The Night

Buried Alive: The Best From Smoke 7 Records 1981-1983 US LP 1983 (Smoke Seven): Bad Religion / Drastic Actions

The Sound Of Hollywood #2: Destroy L.A. US LP 1983 (Mystic): Waiting For The Fire / Every Day

City Of L.A. Power US 12" 1990 (Flipside): Operation Rescue

No Control At The Country Club Live US 7" 1990 (Nemesis): I Want Something More / Modern Man

Gabba Gabba Hey - A Tribute To The Ramones US 2xLP+7"/CD 1991 (Triple X): We're A Happy Family

Someone's Gonna Get Their Head To Believe In Something US CD 1992 (Better Youth Organization): In The Night

Short Music For Short People US CD 1999 (Fat Wreck Chords): Out Of Hand

Rock Against Bush, Vol 1 US CD+ DVD 2004 (Fat Wreck Chords): Sorrow

Links

BAD RELIGION - Official site
THE BAD RELIGION PAGE - exceptional fansite, been going since 1995
WIKIPEDIA - Has lots of words
MYSPACE
INDONESIAN BR PAGE - One page! And it hasn't been updated in years

 

 

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