Slaves - Bad Religion - How Could Hell Be Any Worse? (CD, Album)


  1. Sep 25,  · Song Slaves; Artist Bad Religion; Album How Could Hell Be Any Worse? Licensed to YouTube by [Merlin] FUGA Aggregation (on behalf of Epitaph); LatinAutor, LatinAutor - .
  2. The How Could Hell Be Any Worse? re-issue also contained all of their first EP, the Public Service EP (alternative versions of Bad Religion, Slaves and Drastic Actions from the self titled EP) and Back To The Known. Bad Religion's fourtheenth full-length studio album, titled new maps of hell, was released on July 10,
  3. Bad Religion; Along the Way; New Leaf; Public Service Comp. Bad Religion; Slaves; Drastic Actions; Featuring Bad Religion’s debut album How Could Hell Be Any Worse? which is an American punk classic, as well as the Back To The Known EP, and the original Bad Relgion EP. This takes the place of the “” album, which is now out of print.
  4. Feb 20,  · Poll Question: What is your least favorite BR album? Poll Choice: Votes: Poll Statistics: Bad Religion: 14 [%] How Could Hell Be Any Worse? 11 [%] Into the Unknown: 9 [%] Back To The Known: 9 [%] Suffer: 21 [%] No Control: 21 [%] Against The Grain: 20 [%] Generator: 10 [%] Recipe For Hate: 9 [%] Stranger Than.
  5. Bad Religion is an American punk rock band that formed in Los Angeles, California in The band's lyrics cover topics related to religion, politics, society, the media and science. Musically, they are noted for their melodic sensibilities and extensive use of three-part vocal harmonies.
  6. How Could Hell Be Any Worse? ~ Release group by Bad Religion. Overview; Aliases; Tags; Details; Edit; Album. Release Format Tracks Country/Date Label Catalog# Barcode; Official; How Could Hell Be Any Worse? Vinyl: US ; Epitaph: EPI-BRLP2: How Could Hell Be Any Worse? CD:
  7. A How Could Hell Be Any Worse? a Bad Religion első stúdióalbuma, amely ben jelent meg. Kiadója az Epitaph Records. Kiadója az Epitaph Records. Számlista [ szerkesztés ].
  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. Original drummer Jay Ziskrout quit the band during the recording/5().

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