Into the Unknown - Bad Religion Reviews
Description:Artist: Bad Religion / Genre: Indie Rock & Punk / Release Year: 1983
Newest Review: ... the tracks are just hideous and sound like the theme tunes to corny 80's disco films. It just didn't seem like bad religions ... more
Customer Into the Unknown - Bad Religion Reviews (2)
by - written on 18/04/09 (Very useful, 112 readings)
This album was the second album from bad religion, I think they must have had a lot of people commenting on their style of the first album, which must have been what made them change there style completely into a kind of pop rock mainly playing around with different keyboard settings. Well, this album didn't work at all, most of the tracks are just hideous and sound like the theme tunes to corny 80's disco films. It just didn't seem like bad religions style at all, and I think most people could see that. At the time, the band lost a lot of fans and probably gained only a few from this change in style. I think they must have listened to their ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/02/08, updated on 08/02/08 (Very useful, 29 readings)
Talk about a bizarre miss-step. Bad Religion's second album deviates entirely from the punk rock sound they were just beginning to perfect on its predecessor, trading in fast guitars and political angst for slow and steady keyboard-driven pop rock that sounded badly dated even in 1983. The album is hard to find today for good reason, having never been re-released with the other early Bad Religion albums as the band itself considers it a source of embarrassment, their official stance being that fans can put in the effort to track it down if they want to, but they'd be better off without. These songs do not form a core part of the band's live set today. 'Into ... Read the complete review
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