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    Bad Religion's first full-length album on a Hot Topic exclusive grey vinyl. Limited edition.
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Bad Religion - How Could Hell Be Any Worse? Vinyl LP Hot Topic Exclusive is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Step Through the Grey, Smokey Haze into L.A., 1982 This is where it all began. Right here with this album. Released less than a year after their ground-breaking self-titled debut EP, this album set a new standard for the L.A. punk rock scene and has left an indelible mark on the music world since its debut on January 18, 1982. These guys are one of the oldest and most enduring punk rock bands out there, and after listening to this album, it's easy to see why. While most groups emerging around this time were doing little more than pounding their instruments and shouting assorted viscera, Greg, Brett, Pete, and the Jays were building something much, much more. They had a message--no, a warning--and they had the chops to get it across. These guys could actually play, and their knowledge and understanding of music was clearly above and beyond that of their contemporaries. Now, the songs on this album aren't as deep as those found on their more recent albums, but why would they be? Greg and Brett were still emerging as songwriters, and they sure weren't writing any love ballads here. Some of my favorite songs here are track 1, track 3, tracks 4 and 5, track 8, track 10, and tracks 12 & 13. My only complaint is that Epitaph never thought to expand this into a double-LP release to include all the bonus material found on the 2004 remastered version, which include the self-titled debut EP, the "Back to the Known" EP, and the band's contributions to the "Public Service" EP released by Smoke 7 Records.
Date published: 2015-11-01
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