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American Dream - Bad Religion - How Could Hell Be Any Worse? (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Recipe for Hate is Bad Religion's seventh studio album, released on June 4, This was their last album on Epitaph Records for nine years (until 's The Process of Belief) and the band had switched to Atlantic Records, who re-released the album several months after its release.. While the album was reissued on a major label, Recipe for Hate initially received mixed reviews from music.
  2. Sep 01,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of How Could Hell Be Any Worse? on Discogs/5().
  3. American Dream This song is by Bad Religion and appears on the album How Could Hell Be Any Worse? (). I hate my family, hate my school Speed limits, and the golden rule.
  4. Our Band Could Be Your Life: Scenes from the American Indie Underground The Amity Affliction. The Amity Affliction - This Could Be Heartbreak LP Vinyl Album Seafoam Green. $ Johnny Rivers - Johnny Rivers - This Could Be the One: Early Sides - [New CD Bad Religion - Bad Religion - How Could Hell Be Any Worse LP.
  5. Nov 30,  · Also known as "30th Anniversary Vinyl Box Set", this contains every full-length Bad Religion studio album. Limited to copies, all records on red vinyl. Contains the first authorized reissue of "Into The Unknown" since it's original pressing in and the first vinyl pressing of "Generator" since "How Could Hell Be Any Worse?".
  6. Nov 09,  · From the Album: How Could Hell be Any Worse. From the Album: How Could Hell be Any Worse. Skip navigation American Dream - Bad Religion YouTube; Bad Religion - American Jesus - Duration:
  7. 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.
  8. Oct 09,  · The first studio album from Bad Religion. How Could Hell Be Any Worse? was the first full-length for the label Epitaph. Originally only 6, copies were pressed, but the record sold much better than expected - almost 10, copies within a year - and eventually reached 12, copies/5().

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