Articles tagged bad religion

Adventure and Discovery: An Academic Discussion With Bad Religion’s Greg Graffin

PopMatters talks with Bad Religion's Greg Graffin about his new book The Population Wars, his life as a Doctorate-holding punk singer, enlightenment, society, music, and science.

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The Fascination with Fundamentalism in Hardcore Punk

Some bands echoed the Dead Kennedys' anti-Moral Majority messages; others embodied right-wing religion.

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18 Mar 2010 // 9:00 AM

Bad Religion keeps faith with punk rock

LOS ANGELES — A funny thing happened to punk band Bad Religion on the way to what its members fully expected to be a James Dean

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Bad Religion: New Maps of Hell [Deluxe Edition]

Veteran SoCal punks supplement their last release with acoustic EP, concert DVD, and some nifty posters.

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Bad Religion: New Maps of Hell

Have our punk-rock heroes given up on changing the world?

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	Bad Religion: Live at the Palladium [DVD]

Bad Religion finally give the fans what they want -- a full-length DVD that captures the band's intensity and musicality in glorious 5.1.

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14 Jul 2004 // 11:00 PM

	Bad Religion: The Empire Strikes First

Far be it for me to badmouth an album that badmouths Bush, but anyone willing to give this repeated playings already stands an excellent chance of finding Dubya's name on a ballot no more tempting than bin Laden's.

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	Bad Religion: Generator [remastered]

Bad Religion’s fifth album Generator has always felt like their most apocalyptic album ... and that’s saying a lot for a band whose first

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	Bad Religion: Against the Grain  / How Can Hell Be Any Worse? [remastered]

For the most part, punk rock serves as the ethnomusicologist’s antithesis to disco. It broke from the exorbitant, cloying conformity of the late ‘70s,

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	Bad Religion: Along the Way [DVD]

Bad Religion may be one of the most cerebral of punk rock bands, but they’re still a punk rock band… so playing a loud,

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	Bad Religion: No Control / Suffer

In the late ‘80s, no band was more crucial in bridging the gap between classic Los Angeles punk and the massive California punk explosion in

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19 Jun 2002 // 11:00 PM

	Bad Religion: The Process of Belief

Phrases such as “seminal punk act” and “buzz saw guitars” are thrown around entirely too liberally these days when describing the latest releases by anyone

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31 Dec 1994 // 11:03 PM

	Bad Religion: The New America

Let me get the bottom line out of the way real quick: I love The New America. It’s great. If you were on the

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//Mixed media


Treasuring Memories of Paul McCartney on 'One on One' Tour

// Notes from the Road

"McCartney welcomed Bruce Springsteen and Steven Van Zandt out for a song at Madison Square Garden.

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