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

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  1. How Could Hell Be Any Worse? [LP] Artist: Bad Religion Format: Vinyl New: Available $ $ ON SALE $ $ Buy Wish. Available Formats and Editions. CD $ Vinyl - LP $ DISC: 1. 1. We're Only Gonna Die. 2. Latch Key Kids. 3. Part III.
  2. Apr 06,  · 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(48).
  3. I've owned vinyl copies of How Could Hell and the debut EP since the early 80s. To this day, the debut EP is still my favorite Bad Religion record. Back when I was discovering the joy of replacing my old worn out vinyl with CD re-releases, they released "" which contained How Could Hell, the first EP, the Back To The Known EP, and some.
  4. Into the Unknown is the second studio album by Bad Religion, which was released on November 30, The album marks a distinct departure from the band's previous album; instead of featuring hardcore punk, the album is characterized by slower tempos, use of electronic organ and pianos, and a prog-influenced hard rock sound. Into the Unknown is the only Bad Religion album to feature Paul.
  5. Apr 30,  · Bad Religion - How Could Hell Be Any Worse? (Full Album) 01 We're Only Gonna Die 02 Latch Key Kids 03 Part III 04 Faith In God 05 Fuck Ar.
  6. The discography of Bad Religion, an American punk rock band, consists of 17 studio albums, two live albums, four compilation albums, one box set, two extended plays (EPs), 29 singles, five video albums and 25 music scapvesbankfunkpufetikcudinmecurha.co in Los Angeles, California in , the band originally featured vocalist Greg Graffin, guitarist Brett Gurewitz, bassist Jay Bentley and drummer Jay Ziskrout, who.
  7. The How Could Hell Be Any Worse? re-issue, though reclaiming the original title of the band's debut LP, contained all of the same material as the previously issued 80–85 compilation, including their first EP, the Public Service EP (with different versions of the songs Bad Religion, Slaves, and Drastic Actions than the self-titled EP) and the.
  8. Jan 02,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Bad Religion - How Could Hell Be Any Worse? - 01 - We're Only Gonna Die YouTube Bad Religion - How Could Hell Be Any Worse? (Full Album) - .
  9. 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. Original drummer Jay Ziskrout quit the band during the recording/5().

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