Category: Classic Rock

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  1. Mikalabar
    Whatever. How Could Hell Be Any Worse is an all time L.A. hardcore classic, up there with Circle Jerks- Group Sex, Adolescents self titled LP, Black Flag- Damaged, Social Distortion- Mommy's Little Monster, etc., and Back to the Known was a great EP. Buy buy buy/5(45).
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  2. Vuhn
    How Could Hell Be Any Worse? is the first full-length album by American punk rock band Bad Religion, released on January 19, by Epitaph Records. Released almost a year after their self-titled EP, it was financed by a $3, loan by guitarist Brett Gurewitz's father. Its success surprised the band when it sold 10, copies in under a year. How Could Hell Be Any Worse? was recorded over.
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  3. Dozil
    Featuring Bad Religion’s debut album How Could Hell Be Any Worse? which is an American punk classic, as well as the Back To The Known EP, and the original Bad Relgion EP. This takes the place of the “” album, which is now out of print.
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  4. Meztinris
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  5. Nibar
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  6. Faeran
    Aug 11,  · It gets a little redundant towards the end (as do a lot of their records) but the youthful energy more than makes up for it and shows that at their best, Bad Religion could easily hold their own against any of the other punk bands of the era. Favorites: Fuck Armageddon, Doing Time, We're Only Gonna Die, Latch Key Kids, Voice of God is Government.
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  7. Dourisar
    This was the album that really started it all. The band's second record and first LP was inspired by, and created in, the smog choked inferno of the Southern California suburbs. 14 songs that gave voice to all the angry alienated kids everywhere. After this record, the band's name and iconic symbol.
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  8. Gugar
    Listening to Bad Religion's debut, How Could Hell Be Any Worse?, is like cupping your ear against the garage door of their practice space. Greg Graffin's vocal style isn't fully formed here, nor is his lyrical agenda, but the building blocks are significant and affecting, bigger than piles of .
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