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    Quote Originally Posted by Static_Martyr View Post
    Process of Belief is without a doubt THE best Bad Religion album --- most accessible, best sound quality, and (IMO) best material. I got started with PoB after I saw the video for "Sorrow" on the Rock Against Bush DVD.
    I really disagree here.

    I think is really overrated, with a bunch of fillers: can't stop it, destined for nothing.
    And CRAP: the lie, bored and extremely dangerous and You don't belong

    I like this album, but the fans hate the Atlantic era- which I really appreciate-so... I totally would recommend the gray race:

    AWESOME PRODUCTION
    AWESOME SONGS
    NO gurewitz XD
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    So you're choosing pornstars because you assume they'll be the ones least repulsed by the thought of having sex with you?

    This is the only reason I can think of. Man it must suck to be a fjeldabe.

    Me? My answer is the virgin mary, preferably pre-birth although that would ruin the mythos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninty Man View Post
    I really disagree here.

    I think is really overrated, with a bunch of fillers: can't stop it, destined for nothing.
    And CRAP: the lie, bored and extremely dangerous and You don't belong

    I like this album, but the fans hate the Atlantic era- which I really appreciate-so... I totally would recommend the gray race:

    AWESOME PRODUCTION
    AWESOME SONGS
    NO gurewitz XD
    I wouldn't say Process of Belief is a part of the Atlantic era to be honest. I would more so say it's the start of their current in my opinion.

    I only really enjoyed two albums from their Atlantic era: Stranger than Fiction and No Substance. Gray Race wasn't really all that great for me (but it does have some good songs on there, don't get me wrong) and I never heard New America because the album is not accessible to me nor is it desirable (the tracks I've heard weren't that great.)

    On topic, I'm looking forward to the new one. I loved their last one (new maps of hell). Every song was just great.

    And to answer the question asked earlier, 21st Century Digital Boy was the song that made me take notice to Bad Religion.

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    Whoever said which album, Stranger Than Fiction's the first one to listen to
    but not in a gay way

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    I really disagree here.

    I think is really overrated, with a bunch of fillers: can't stop it, destined for nothing.
    And CRAP: the lie, bored and extremely dangerous and You don't belong
    I actually liked the shorter songs (Supersonic, Can't Stop It, Prove It, etc.). Kinda reminds me of those 30-second numbers that Sum 41 occasionally throws on an album (A.N.I.C., THT, Never Wake Up, etc.). They're short and sweet and even sort of hard to play (on drums, at least).

    And I never did understand the hate for the second half of PoB --- The Defense is different from every other song on that album; I really like The Lie because it's one of the few songs solo'd on by Gurewitz that isn't really simple and predictable. Kinda reminds me of Modern Man (which I also liked, except for Graffin's habit of being REALLY nasally back in that era).

    It's ultimately a matter of taste, of course, but to me, PoB is to Bad Religion what Insomniac was to Green Day --- most of the songs run together like one long song (it's really easy for me to listen to either album all the way through in one sitting), and yet it's also a little different and experimental from their previous work up to that point. Also, I dunno what it is about it exactly, but I *love* the production value of PoB. Second place goes to New Maps, which would have been first if it hadn't been way too bass-heavy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outerspaceman21 View Post
    I wouldn't say Process of Belief is a part of the Atlantic era to be honest. I would more so say it's the start of their current in my opinion.

    I only really enjoyed two albums from their Atlantic era: Stranger than Fiction and No Substance. Gray Race wasn't really all that great for me (but it does have some good songs on there, don't get me wrong) and I never heard New America because the album is not accessible to me nor is it desirable (the tracks I've heard weren't that great.)

    On topic, I'm looking forward to the new one. I loved their last one (new maps of hell). Every song was just great.

    And to answer the question asked earlier, 21st Century Digital Boy was the song that made me take notice to Bad Religion.
    I didn't say that Process is part of the Atlantic era, my bad at writing.
    I said Gray Race is an awesome album- for me at least- and because there is no Brett Junkie Gurewitz XD
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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelchairman View Post
    So you're choosing pornstars because you assume they'll be the ones least repulsed by the thought of having sex with you?

    This is the only reason I can think of. Man it must suck to be a fjeldabe.

    Me? My answer is the virgin mary, preferably pre-birth although that would ruin the mythos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninty Man View Post
    I didn't say that Process is part of the Atlantic era, my bad at writing.
    I said Gray Race is an awesome album- for me at least- and because there is no Brett Junkie Gurewitz XD
    All good. I figured as much, but I just wanted to make sure :P

    I like the way Brett and Greg work together lyrically. In my opinion, they make their best stuff when they work together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outerspaceman21 View Post
    All good. I figured as much, but I just wanted to make sure :P

    I like the way Brett and Greg work together lyrically. In my opinion, they make their best stuff when they work together.
    Yeah, I like it too... but All good soldiers is an infamy- even worst that I love my computer-
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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelchairman View Post
    So you're choosing pornstars because you assume they'll be the ones least repulsed by the thought of having sex with you?

    This is the only reason I can think of. Man it must suck to be a fjeldabe.

    Me? My answer is the virgin mary, preferably pre-birth although that would ruin the mythos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninty Man View Post
    Yeah, I like it too... but All good soldiers is an infamy- even worst that I love my computer-
    Agreed. Let's not mention that one.

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    I love my computer is worse than All good soldiers...
    A ghost is all that's left, of everything we swore we never would forget. Tried to bleed the sickness, but we drained our hearts instead. We are...we are the dead.

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    I thought I Love My Computer was funny....
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    But there was nothing I could do...
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