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Bad Religion (US)

Bad Religion is a punk rock band from Los Angeles, California, known for the social commentary in their lyrics. 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 University. His dissertation...

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Entitled “Our Days are Numbered”, this album tells of a time where our world is slowly going to hell, where unjust wars are waged unopposed, where wealth is greatly unevenly distributed and those in power exploit the less fortunate, where racism still exists, where religious crusades are still launched. This time is today and our days really are numbered!

For their full length debut Splitside have gone all out, this album features 20 solid tracks with topics ranging from war and injustice to relationships and love. The inspiration comes from their everyday lives and experiences, including what we all see go on in the world today, but we do little about. However, they hav...

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