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Sep 01,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of How Could Hell Be Any Worse? on Discogs/5(). How Could Hell Be Any Worse? is the first full-length album by American punk rock band Bad Religion, released on January 19, by Epitaph Records. Released almost a year after their self-titled EP, it was financed by a $3, loan by guitarist Brett Gurewitz's father. Its success surprised the band when it sold 10, copies in under a year. How Could Hell Be Any Worse Genre: Hardcore punk, punk rock. Voice of God Is Government Lyrics: Neighbors, no one loves you like he loves you / And no one cares like he cares / Neighbors, let us join today in the holy love of God and money / Because. Bad Religion's first full-length album, How Could Hell Be Any Worse?, is a highly recommended album released in the band's early years before Suffer, released five years after the release of this album. Fans believe the follow-up to this album, Into the Unknown, was. 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/5(45). No Substance is the tenth full-length album by the punk rock band Bad cautheocratconsnimi.funbereterhirombbalyfistcomerpi.co was the band's third (or fourth, if the reissue of Recipe for Hate is counted) release on Atlantic Records, and their second studio album since guitarist Brett Gurewitz's departure.. No Substance was anticipated by both music critics and fans as a result of the band's previous worldwide . The voice of God is government. Voice of God is government. In God we trust, sinners repent! On late night TV, God can heal, a certain force you cannot feel. Love for money in God's name, religion's now a TV game! Build a million dollar church, with money spent on God's research. Build a million dollar church, with money spent on God's research. Colour vinyl re-issue of Bad Religion's debut album!Such a good album! 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. Tracklist We're Only Gonna Die Latch Key Kids Part III Faith In God Fuck Armageddon This Is Hell Pity In The Night Damned To Be Free White Trash (2nd Generation) American Dream Eat Your Dog Voice Of God Is Government Oligarchy Doin' Time. youth of the 80s. youth of the 80s Bad Religion - How Could Hell Be Any Worse? Tracklist. We’re.


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  1. Goltiramar - Reply
    Oct 09,  · Album sales: 12, First release date: The first studio album from Bad Religion. How Could Hell Be Any Worse? was the first full-length for the label cautheocratconsnimi.funbereterhirombbalyfistcomerpi.coally 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().
  2. Tojazuru - Reply
    Sep 01,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of How Could Hell Be Any Worse? on Discogs/5().
  3. Kigagar - Reply
    How Could Hell Be Any Worse? is the first full-length album by American punk rock band Bad Religion, released on January 19, by Epitaph Records. Released almost a year after their self-titled EP, it was financed by a $3, loan by guitarist Brett Gurewitz's father. Its success surprised the band when it sold 10, copies in under a year. How Could Hell Be Any Worse Genre: Hardcore punk, punk rock.
  4. Barisar - Reply
    Voice of God Is Government Lyrics: Neighbors, no one loves you like he loves you / And no one cares like he cares / Neighbors, let us join today in the holy love of God and money / Because.
  5. Dobar - Reply
    Bad Religion's first full-length album, How Could Hell Be Any Worse?, is a highly recommended album released in the band's early years before Suffer, released five years after the release of this album. Fans believe the follow-up to this album, Into the Unknown, was.
  6. Tur - Reply
    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/5(45).
  7. Doujar - Reply
    No Substance is the tenth full-length album by the punk rock band Bad cautheocratconsnimi.funbereterhirombbalyfistcomerpi.co was the band's third (or fourth, if the reissue of Recipe for Hate is counted) release on Atlantic Records, and their second studio album since guitarist Brett Gurewitz's departure.. No Substance was anticipated by both music critics and fans as a result of the band's previous worldwide .
  8. Taujar - Reply
    The voice of God is government. Voice of God is government. In God we trust, sinners repent! On late night TV, God can heal, a certain force you cannot feel. Love for money in God's name, religion's now a TV game! Build a million dollar church, with money spent on God's research. Build a million dollar church, with money spent on God's research.
  9. Gulabar - Reply
    Colour vinyl re-issue of Bad Religion's debut album!Such a good album! 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.

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