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Started by pronetoaccidents, September 04, 2015, 11:10:27 AM
Quote from: pronetoaccidents on September 04, 2015, 11:10:27 AMThis will probably be a thread that maybe one person, two if i'm lucky will engage in or are interested but hey, sorry!I've never outgrow certain bands.. op ivy, (spent last night listening to the rancid/nofx split where they cover each others songs), Pulley, No use for a name, etc... but bad religions a partciularly special one.. 1 being my favorite and i'll go from there..1) Suffer2) Generator3) No Control4) Against the Grain5) How could hell be any worse?6) Against the Grain7) The Process of Belief8) Recipe for Hate 9) The Empire Strikes First10) Stranger than Fiction11) The Gray Race12) Into the UnknownAs for Post Empire Strikes First (which came out in 2004) that was the last time I listened to their new releases. There was 4 since then, Maps of Hell, Dissent of Man, and True North since then which I haven't heard and if anyone has and their good lemme know. I intenionally left out New America And No Substance because I thought they were pretty miserable. anyhow, yeah.
Quote from: BlakeK on March 09, 2017, 06:59:37 PMHaving said that, I'd rather listen to Papa Roach than GG Allin
Quote from: tinybitsofheart on August 01, 2014, 06:53:17 AMkinda weird how the earth continues to spin on its axis and everything eventually dies even when you don't want it to dang
Quote from: BlakeK on September 04, 2015, 06:25:36 PMI prefer a little more melody to my punk which is why "How Could Hell..." is so low on the list. No Substance and The New America are the same album in my eyes. Both are subpar, though I Love My Computer became comical after Graffin's internet hijinx.
Quote from: skateandannoy on September 04, 2015, 06:44:37 PMQuote from: BlakeK on September 04, 2015, 06:25:36 PMI prefer a little more melody to my punk which is why "How Could Hell..." is so low on the list. No Substance and The New America are the same album in my eyes. Both are subpar, though I Love My Computer became comical after Graffin's internet hijinx.Love the hardcoreness of "How Could Hell..." and it's cool to see despite how gnarly it is, that the seeds are sown for the melodic stuff to come.
Quote from: Kyst09 on September 26, 2015, 04:38:16 AMwell, i didn't listen over and over to all of their albums, but i would put "New America" And "No Substance" in a high place, i think they are pretty rad.my problem with BR is that their music is just beautiful(!!!) - but as much as i heard, they've been doing the same pattern over the years, that's why they are not in my top favorite bands...(maybe its a bad comparison, but kinda of a iron maiden thingy...its cool. but its the same.)