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Bad Religion 4/6/2004

Review

Suffer had already wound the meter on Bad Religion's Cali hardcore even tighter -- No Control simply and forcefully continued the shift, delivering a pummel of melodic songwriting made sharp by Greg Graffin's populist cynicism and the stinging barbs of a twin-guitar strike. The remastering for the 2004 version greatly amplified the album's volume. It might also strip away some reverb from the instrumentation, but the latter observation is mostly theoretical, as the later No Control really just sounds louder. This is welcome, as it makes the band sound that much more direct on principal cuts like "I Want to Conquer the World," "Automatic Man," the aggressive title track, and "Progress." ~ Johnny Loftus
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Change of Ideas Bad Religion 0:54
  3. 2 Big Bang Bad Religion 1:41
  4. 3 No Control Bad Religion 1:45
  5. 4 Sometimes I Feel Like Bad Religion 1:33
  6. 5 Automatic Man Bad Religion 1:39
  7. 6 I Want to Conquer the World Bad Religion 2:17
  8. 7 Sanity Bad Religion 2:44
  9. 8 Henchman Bad Religion 1:6
  10. 9 It Must Look Pretty Appealing Bad Religion 1:20
  11. 10 You Bad Religion 2:4
  12. 11 Progress Bad Religion 2:13
  13. 12 I Want Something More Bad Religion 0:46
  14. 13 Anxiety Bad Religion 2:7
  15. 14 Billy Bad Religion 1:54
  16. 15 The World Won't Stop Bad Religion 1:56

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