Top Bad Religion Albums
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Emancipation of the Mind - Single
Emancipation of the Mind - Single
[2021]
Age of Unreason
Age of Unreason
[2019]
Christmas Songs
Christmas Songs
[2013]
True North
True North
[2013]
The Dissent of Man (Deluxe Version)
The Dissent of Man (Deluxe Version)
[2010]
New Maps of Hell (Deluxe Version)
New Maps of Hell (Deluxe Version)
[2007]
New Maps of Hell (Deluxe Edition)
New Maps of Hell (Deluxe Edition)
[2007]
The Empire Strikes First
The Empire Strikes First
[2004]
The Process of Belief
The Process of Belief
[2002]
The New America
The New America
[2000]
No Substance
No Substance
[1998]
Punk Rock Song - EP
Punk Rock Song - EP
[1996]
The Gray Race
The Gray Race
[1996]
All Ages
All Ages
[1995]
Recipe for Hate
Recipe for Hate
[1993]
Generator
Generator
[1992]
Against the Grain
Against the Grain
[1990]
No Control
No Control
[1989]
Suffer
Suffer
[1988]
How Could Hell Be Any Worse?
How Could Hell Be Any Worse?
[1982]
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Bad Religion (Theme Song) Chasing The Wild Goose I Want To Conquer The World American Jesus Bored And Extremely Dangerous Broken Can't Stop It Damned To Be Free Destined For Nothing Epiphany Evangeline Generator Get Off I Want Something More Infected Marked Materialist Misery And Famine No Control No Direction Nobody Listens Oligarchy Pessimistic Lines Prove It Slaves Sorrow Stranger Than Fiction Supersonic The Defense The Lie The World Won't Stop Without You White Trash (2nd Generation) You Don't Belong Markovian Process Pretenders Waiting For The Fire The Island Sometimes I Feel Like We're Only Gonna Die ...You Give Up 1,000 More Fools 1000 Memories 21st Century (Digital Boy) A Streetkid Named Desire A Walk A World Without Melody Against The Grain All Fantastic Images All Good Soldiers Along The Way American Dream Anesthesia Anxiety At The Mercy Of Imbeciles Atomic Garden Automatic Man Believe It Best For You Better Off Dead Big Bang Billy Gnosis Billy Blenderhead Cease Change Of Ideas Chimaera Delirium Of Disorder Do What You Want Doing Time Don't Pray On Me Don't Sell Me Short Drastic Actions Dream Of Unity Drunk Sincerity Eat Your Dog Empty Causes Entropy Faith Alone Faith In God Fertile Crescent Flat Earth Society Forbidden Beat Frogger Fuck Armageddon... This Is Hell! God Song Hear It Heaven Is Falling Henchman Hooray For Me... How Much Is Enough I Give You Nothing (Tom Clement...) I Love My Computer In So Many Ways In The Night Incomplete Individual Inner Logic It Must Look Pretty Appealing It's A Long Way To The Promise Land It's Only Over When... It's Reciprocal Kerosene Kyoto Now! Land Of Competition Latch Key Kids Leave Mine To Me Let It Burn Lookin' In Losing Generation Man With A Mission Mediocre Minds Million Days Modern Day Catastrophists Modern Man My Poor Friend Me New America New Leaf No Substance Only Entertainment Operation Rescue Parallel Part II (The Numbers Game) Part III Part IV (The Index Fossil) Pity The Dead Pity Politics Progress Punk Rock Song Quality Or Quantity Raise Your Voice Recipe For Hate Sanity Sensory Overload Shades Of Truth Skyscraper Slumber Sowing The Seeds Of Utopia Strange Denial Struck A Nerve Suffer Television Ten In 2010 Tested The Answer The Biggest Killer In American History The Dichotomy The Gray Race The Handshake The Hippy Killers The Hopeless Housewife The Positive Aspects Of Negative Thinking The Same Person The State Of The End Of The Millenium Adress The Streets Of America The Voracious March Of Godliness Them And Us There Will Be A Way Time And Disregard Tiny Voices Tomorrow Too Much To Ask Turn On The Light Two Babies In The Dark Unacceptable Victims Of The Revolution Victory Voice Of God Is Government Walk Away Watch It Die What Can You Do What It Is When Whisper In Time World War III Yesterday You Are (The Government) You've Got A Chance You 52 Seconds All There Is Atheist Peace Before You Die Beyond Electric Dreams Boot Stamping On A Human Face Forever Come Join Us Dearly Beloved Fields Of Mars Germs Of Perfection God's Love Grains Of Wrath Heroes And Martyrs Honest Goodbye Let Them Eat War Live Again - The Fall Of Man Los Angeles Is Burning Lost Pilgrim Murder New Dark Ages Prodigal Son Requiem For Dissent Scrutiny Sinister Rouge Social Suicide Spirit Shine Submission Complete The Empire Strikes First The Grand Delusion The Quickening The Surface Of Me To Another Abyss Won't Somebody Chronophobia Follow The Leader Joy To The World Leaders & Followers Lose As Directed Mediocrity News From The Front No More Lies Out Of Hand Portrait Of Authority Shattered Faith Stealth The Dodo The Fast Life The Universal Cynic The Unknown The Devil In Stitches Wrong Way Kids Meeting Of The Minds Cyanide Avalon Turn Your Back On Me The Day That The Earth Stalled Pride And The Pallor The Resist Stance Ad Hominem Only Rain I Won't Say Anything Someone To Believe Fuck You Adam's Atoms (acoustic) Fuck Christmas Who We Are Johnny B. Goode Queen Of The 21st Century The First Noel It's All Over Now Baby Blue Louie Louie Silent Night I Saw The Light God Rest You Jerry Mentleman Leon We're A Happy Family Finite True North Robin Hood In Reverse My Head Is Full Of Ghosts Changing Tide Popular Consensus Vanity Dept. Of False Hope In Their Hearts Is Right Nothing To Dismay Crisis Time Dharma And The Bomb Land Of Endless Greed Hello Cruel World Past Is Dead What Child Is This? Hark! The Herald Angels Sing Angels We Have Heard On High Where The Fun Is Little Drummer Boy White Christmas O Come All Ye Faithful The World Won't Stop The Kids Are Alt - Right Lose Your Head Faith Alone 2020 Emancipation Of The Mind What Are We Standing For
Related Information for Bad Religion
Bad Religion is a punk rock band from Los Angeles, California, known for poignant, erudite lyrics, and biting social commentary. The band was formed in 1979 by high school students Greg Graffin (vocals), Jay Bentley (bass guitar), Jay Ziskrout (drums), and Brett Gurewitz (guitar). In 1981, they released their eponymous debut EP on their own newly-formed label, Epitaph, managed and owned by Gurewitz. 1982 saw the release of their first full-length album, How Could Hell be Any Worse?, which gained them a sizable following. During the recording, Ziskrout left the band and was replaced by Peter Finestone.Greg Graffin, the band's frontman, holds a Master's degree in geology from UCLA and a Ph.D. in zoology from Cornell Universit... read more