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Bad Religion, The Process of Belief

Audio CD

Disk ID: 1516907

Disk length: 37m 22s (14 Tracks)

Original Release Date: 2002

Label: Unknown

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“The Process of Belief” Tracks & Durations

1. Supersonic 1:48
2. Prove It 1:16
3. Can't Stop It 1:11
4. Broken 2:57
5. Destined For Nothing 2:37
6. Materialist 1:55
7. Kyoto Now 3:21
8. Sorrow 3:23
9. Epiphany 4:01
10. Evangeline 2:12
11. The Defense 3:55
12. The Lie 2:20
13. You Don't Belong 2:51
14. Bored And Extremely Dangerous 3:24

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Review

The Process of Belief finds Bad Religion returning to their roots in two important aspects. First, original guitarist Brett Gurewitz has rejoined the ranks, bringing with him the taut songwriting skills that made Bad Religion hardcore pioneers in the mid-1980s. Secondly, the band has returned to Gurewitz's successful indie imprint Epitaph after years on a major. The result is an album that captures the clean joy and vigor of melodic hardcore without sacrificing its moral core. Songs like "Supersonic" and "Prove It" are fast, catchy, and irresistible examples of the kind of prime ADD punk that's over before you know it. But the likes of "Materialist" and "Kyoto Now" find Bad Religion at their best. Greg Graffin sings at one point that "you might not think that there's any wisdom in a f***ed up punk rock song," but his rants against global pollution, ambition, and family politics prove otherwise. There are a few surprises as well--"Broken" is almost an acoustic chart anthem while "Bored and Extremely Dangerous" could be a Sebadoh song. In all, The Process of Belief is confirmation that you don't need big shorts and a low IQ to make a prime-grade punk rock album. --Ian WatsonThe newest Bad Religion album, 'The Process Of Belief' is no mere hardcore revivalism; it is, in fact, the complete evolution of punk music, a record that successfully redefines a genre the band helped to popularize. If you love punk rock, this disc will surely quench your thirst like no other, and if you're simply looking for an incredibly vital and inspiring rock record, the same holds true. CD packaged in an O-card. Epitaph Records.

Other Versions

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Bad Religion - The Process of Belief

Tracks: 14, Disk length: 37m 10s (-1m 48s)

Bad Religion - The Process of Belief

Tracks: 14, Disk length: 36m 56s (-1m 34s)

Bad Religion - The Process of Belief

Tracks: 14, Disk length: 36m 55s (-1m 33s)

Bad Religion - The Process of Belief

Tracks: 15 (+1 tracks), Disk length: 39m 46s (+2m 24s)

Bad Religion - The Process of Belief

Tracks: 15 (+1 tracks), Disk length: 40m 34s (+3m 12s)

Bad Religion - The Process of Belief

Tracks: 23 (+9 tracks), Disk length: 1h 6m 15s (+28m 53s)