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    01 Just An Obstruction.mp3
    02 That Way.mp3
    03 In On Your Joke.mp3
    04 Bakonin.mp3
    05 Miami.mp3
    06 Comin Down On You.mp3
    07 Nothing To Lose.mp3
    08 Haymarket Sqare.mp3
    09 Sacco And Vanzetti.mp3
    10 Alba.mp3
    11 Threat.mp3
    12 Hard As Fuck.mp3
    13 Centerfold.mp3
    14 Above The Law.mp3
    15 We Won't Submit.mp3
    16 Court 22.mp3
    17 Under Your Authority.mp3
    18 Ska Sucks.mp3


    Bad Religion
    Release Date : 2010

    Also known as "30th Anniversary Vinyl Box Set", this contains every full-length Bad Religion studio album. Limited to 3000 copies, all records on red vinyl. Contains the first authorized reissue of "Into The Unknown" since it's original pressing in 1983 and the first vinyl pressing of "Generator" since 1994."How Could Hell Be Any Worse?" Engineered at Track Record, Hollywood, USA Mastered


    Punk/Rock band formed in 1980 in San Fernando Valley/Los Angeles, CA, US by [a=Greg Graffin] (vocals), [a=Brett Gurewitz] (guitar), [a=Jay Ziskrout] (drums), and [a=Jay Bentley] (bass). All the members were teenagers when the band started. Only Graffin has remained with the band through every phase of its career, although Bentley and Gurewitz have participated for substantial chunks of time. Graffin and Gurewitz are the band's primary songwriters, with other members contributing occasionally. The band is known for their rapid-fire songs with a melodic edge and strong backing harmonies.

    Bad Religion released their first record, a self-titled EP, in 1981 on [l=Epitaph] Records, a label Gurewitz started after borrowing money from his father. The band released their first full length, "How Could Hell Be Any Worse?", in 1982. Midway through the recording for the album, Ziskrout quit the band and the record was finished with drummer Pete Finestone. In 1983, the band abruptly shifted gears, issuing the keyboard-heavy, prog rock influenced "Into The Unknown", on which neither Bentley (who quit during the recording of the first track) nor Finestone appeared. The results were disastrous, with the band facing considerable backlash from fans and Epitaph immediately pulling the album off record store shelves. For his part, Gurewitz blamed his participation on his increasing drug habit, although he was quick to point out that the sober Graffin had no such excuse to fall back on, and has disowned the album. With Epitaph out of money and the band's reputation in tatters, Gurewitz quit and the band split. Graffin soon moved out of state for college, but returned to California in 1984 and was convinced by [a=Circle Jerks] guitarist Greg Hetson to reform Bad Religion with him on guitar. Recruiting Pete Finestone and bassist Tim Gallegos, the band issued a 12" EP, called "Back To The Known", with Gurewitz producing but not playing on the record.

    Graffin and Hetson spent the next few years playing sporadically with various line-ups. Eventually, Finestone and Bentley returned on a full-time basis. In 1987, a newly sober Brett Gurewitz returned to the fold and the band continued as a five-piece. In 1988, Bad Religion issued a new LP, "Suffer", to enthusiastic fans and critics. This lineup released 2 more albums before Finestone departed in 1991. He was replaced by Bobby Schayer. In 1993, immediately following the release of their 7th LP, "Recipe For Hate", the band jumped from Epitaph to [l=Atlantic] Records. Following the release of 1994's "Stranger Than Fiction", Brett Gurewitz left the group. Officially, it was said that his reason for leaving was to concentrate on Epitaph following the huge commercial success of the album "Smash" by [a=The Offspring], and he also expressed displeasure with the band's deal with Atlantic. However, it was later revealed the Gurewitz's primary reason for leaving was due to tension with Bentley (in 1996, Gurewitz released a single with his new band, [a=Daredevils], whose A-side, "Hate You" was written about Bentley). Graffin and Gurewitz also publicly feuded for a short time after the departure. Gurewitz was replaced by Brian Baker (ex-[a=Minor Threat] and [a=Dag Nasty]). The band would record 3 more albums for Atlantic with Graffin as the primary songwriter, although 1998's "No Substance" featured significant contributions from the other members of Bad Religion. However, the albums were met with largely mixed critical and commercial responses. Meanwhile, Gurewitz had relapsed into drug abuse and faced a number of personal and legal problems. In 2000, a cleaned-up and sober Gurewitz made a guest appearance on the band's LP, "The New America", prompting rumors of a reunion. The album was the group's last for Atlantic.

    Following the release of "The New America", Bobby Schayer exited the group, as a shoulder injury barred him from playing drums. His replacement was Brooks Wackerman (ex-[a=Suicidal Tendencies]). In 2001, it was announced that not only had Brett Gurewitz rejoined the band, but that they would also be returning to Epitaph Records. It turned out the Brett's role would be mostly limited to songwriting and production, as his work with Epitaph makes extended touring impractical, although he would make appearances with the band when they performed in Los Angeles. It was also revealed that since the reunion, Gurewitz rarely actually plays guitar on the albums. Most of the guitar parts are recorded by Brian Baker as he is the most proficient guitarist, although Gurewitz does record parts if he wants to. The band has continued to record and tour steadily since returning to Epitaph. In 2013, Greg Hetson stopped touring with the group due to undisclosed personal issues. Guitarist Mike Dimkich stepped into fill the role and in early 2014, it was announced that Hetson had left the group and Dimkich would be a permanent member. In the fall of 2015, drummer Brooks Wackerman left the group and joined [a=Avenged Sevenfold]. He was replaced by Jamie Miller.

    Band members: Brett Gurewitz, Greg Graffin, Brian Baker, Jay Bentley, Jamie Miller, Mike Dimkich
    Band ex-members: , Greg Hetson, Pete Finestone, Brooks Wackerman, Bobby Schayer, Jay Ziskrout, Tim Gallegos, Paul Dedona, Davy Goldman, Keith Lehrer

    Against All Authority (often abbreviated as -AAA-) is a DIY ska-punk band. They were founded in Miami, Florida in 1992, driven by willingness to promote their message: "questioning our economic differences and promoting our human similarities," as stated by their official site. A strong engagement in political and social issues is clearly evident in their lyrics. On an early stage, -AAA- decided to book concerts, make recordings, and even produce band t-shirts on their own. Later, they signed to Hopeless Records and became one of their major bands. In addition to touring and recording, the band is frequently involved in demonstrations and social projects. They have also influenced a number of other bands.

    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.

    Label - Epitaph

    Punk record label based in Hollywood, California.

    Founded in 1981 by Bad Religion guitarist Brett Gurewitz. The label had its most successful years in the 90s with artists like The Offspring, NOFX and Rancid, who all released albums that would be certified gold or platinum. The Offspring's Smash album remains Epitaph's best-selling record to date, selling over 12 million copies worldwide.

    Epitaph has also been the home to many acts, such as L7, Pennywise, Down By Law (2), Rich Kids On LSD, SNFU, Ten Foot Pole, Total Chaos (2), Gas Huffer, Voodoo Glow Skulls, Millencolin, Descendents, ALL (2), H2O (7), Refused, Guttermouth, The Bouncing Souls, Death By Stereo, 1208, Motion City Soundtrack, Frank Turner, Alkaline Trio, Set Your Goals, Every Time I Die, The Weakerthans, Off With Their Heads, Thursday, New Found Glory, and most recently, Social Distortion and Weezer.

    Epitaph also operate in Europe via their Netherlands office and their office in Toronto, Canada.

    Many of Epitaph recordings were published via l272002

    The orignal Epitaph logo features with the word "Epitaph" in normal font under a big "E" and the old label's address "6201 Sunset Boulevard" on the labels.
    Later logo features with the word "Epitaph" in gothic font.

    LC 02576.
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    A strong engagement in political and social issues is clearly evident in their lyrics
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