This album makes me want to make a list of BR albums ordered by how good I think they are just so I might get an idea of where the hell this one goes in the spectrum. I'm not sure whether that's a good thing or not.
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Originally Posted by ThunderPX
I still did not get tired of this one. More of a grower than New Maps.
Originally Posted by jsmak84
Both are great, still not the best BR albums, and i usually like hardcore stuff more than poppy, which should lead to liking new maps more, but I can't say for sure which one I like more. That's happening actually to most of the BR catalog for me, besides No Control, Against The Grain, Suffer, Generator and Process, that i consider their best and slightly above the rest, and No Substance/New America that rank bellow the rest, while not being bad or mediocre records.
Personally, I love both Albums. New maps is a bit heavier in my opinion. This new one is a little bit more mellow in spots, but is still very tuneful.
Yes, my love for this album increased significantly after the second week of listening... I really love this album now... Only Rain is probably my current favorite song.
Originally Posted by dff_punk
I'm not exactly sure how i feel about this record at the moment, in comparison to New Maps.
I didn't really dig New Maps all that much when it first came out, but i think i enjoy it a little more now. As i've already mentioned in this thread, i enjoy this new one, I Won't Say Anything in particular is such an awesome song.
Originally Posted by Tom Gabel
Finally picked this one up. First impression: waay better than New Maps of Hell. It's still energetic enough, and the songs are more memorable. Better production also.
I like it a lot, and it's deffinitely a grower.
Wow i feel weird that I'm the only one that really isn't that impressed by it. I mean its good. But It's nothing too special. Last song still reminds me of Barenaked Ladies.
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Give it some time, dude.
Fuck this is awesome, and it's quite a quick grower. It really is better, much better than New Maps. New Maps seriously lacked variety in songs. It's a pity, there are some excellent tracks on that album, but you couldn't really say they stand out on their own. On Dissent however this problem is gone. I don't give a damn if the album is poppier, because the songs are pretty damn awesome.
I just became a bigger Bad Religion fan than before.
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