Back to the Known - Bad Religion Reviews
Description:Artist: Bad Religion / Genre: Indie Rock & Punk / Release Year: 1984
Newest Review: ... stuff, its an alright track but it doesn't stand out too much. 2.frogger- This just over one minute song is perhaps more of ... more
Customer Back to the Known - Bad Religion Reviews (2)
by - written on 16/04/09 (Very useful, 48 readings)
Back to the known is a little strange in terms of an album, the reason for this is that its only 5 tracks long. However its still a pretty good listen, and when It came out I was just happy to hear some more tracks from this great band. 1.yesterday- This song is reasonably good, it seems like they have taken a bit more of a happy approach to singing on this one instead of their usual depressed singing tones. Its quite a fast tune but not as fast as a lot of their other stuff, its an alright track but it doesn't stand out too much. 2.frogger- This just over one minute song is perhaps more of a trial song for them to see if some new sound effects work ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/02/08 (Very useful, 19 readings)
Prior to recording their genre-defining 'Suffer,' Bad Religion released this five-track E.P. by way of apologising for their awful previous album and proving that they're truly back in the punk rock field. Brett Gurewitz steps down from guitar duty here, replaced by the equally capable Greg Hetson, and instead oversees the production job, predating his establishment of Epitaph records as one of the primary punk rock record labels. Thus, this E.P. boasts superior sound quality to 'How Could Hell Be Any Worse?', bringing out all of the instruments including Jay Binkley's bass that was previously buried under the raw rubble of the guitar, now cleaned up but losing none of .. Read the complete review
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