The Process Of Belief - Bad Religion Reviews
Description:Genre: Indie Rock & Punk - Hardcore / Artist: Bad Religion / Audio CD released 2002-01-21 at Epitaph / Disc #1 ... more
The Process Of Belief - Bad Religion ... Tracklisting
2 Prove It
3 Can't Stop It
5 Destined For Nothing
7 Kyoto Now!
11 The Defense
12 The Lie
13 You Don't Belong
14 Bored and Extremely Dangerous
Newest Review: ... resigned with Epitaph records - owned by Gurewitz, for the album. Having Mr Brett back in the album signalled a return to ... more
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by - written on 08/02/08 (Very useful, 24 readings)
Bad Religion's return to Epitaph saw them reunite with the record label's founder and their former guitarist Brett Gurewitz, and the music corresponds with a very satisfying return to form. The band's now customary steady and melodic style is still predominant, but balanced out by some shorter, faster punk rock songs, the likes of which haven't been seen for a number of years, while others continue to experiment with different styles to great effect. Although Gurewitz's departure wasn't the crippling blow that some may have perceived it, it's notable that this is their finest album since his last appearance back on 'Stranger Than Fiction.' The only real reason ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/06/08 (Very useful, 43 readings)
'The Process of Belief' is the twelfth studio album released by the American punk rock band that is Bad Religion. The album was released in 2002 and saw the band return to the Epitaph record label for the first time in nine years. Four albums were released during the bands time away from the Epitaph label (all of which were released through major label Atlantic), 'The Process of Belief' was the first Bad Religion album released on Epitaph since the release of 'Recipe for Hate' in 1993. The album consists of fourteen tracks and provides for 37 minutes of listening enjoyment. 'Supersonic' provides this 'The Process of Belief' album with an absolutely excellent ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/05/09 (Very useful, 75 readings)
The process of belief was bad religions 12th album release and their first back joining their old label epitaph records. It was released in 2002, and when it first came out I was really pleased with what they had managed to do. The first song supersonic kicks the album off in the usual bad religion style, a very fast and very catchy song. This one has great lyrics and is very catchy, and perhaps it is a bit less punky than a lot of their other stuff but its still a great track. The second track is fairly decent too, not sure if its as good as supersonic as its not quite as catchy however it's a little slower and its got really great singing in it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/06/12 (Useful, 8 readings)
This was Bad Relgions 12th album and first in 5 years with Brett Gurewitz (known as Mr Brett) back in the band and back on song writing duties (although he did write one track, believe it, in the previous album). The bad also resigned with Epitaph records - owned by Gurewitz, for the album. Having Mr Brett back in the album signalled a return to form for the band. I think it shows how much Mr Brett's writing ability was missed in that he wrote all four of the singles released (Sorrow, Broken, the defense, Supersonic) from the album. The album sees a return to the faster paced (often) songs - the first 3 songs are just over 4minutes combined. So ... Read the complete review
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