RELEASE
1990
LABEL
Epitaph
GENRES
Pop/Rock, Alternative Pop/Rock, Punk Revival, Alternative/Indie Rock, Punk, Hardcore Punk, Punk/New Wave, L.A. Punk, American Punk, American Underground

Album Review

A tremendous collection of early Bad Religion that covers most of their hardcore and early post-hardcore period, including their debut record, How Could Hell Be Any Worse? Greg Graffin's snarl is prominently displayed, and the band rages through this anthology's 28 tracks, which include three takes of their signature theme, "Bad Religion." Lots of tracks are suffused with a quasi-liberal, populist message (e.g., "Politics," "World War III," and "Oligarchy") and are more lyrically sophisticated than one might assume. An excellent introduction.
John Dougan, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. We're Only Gonna Die
  2. Latch Key Kids
  3. Part III
  4. Faith in God
  5. Fuck Armageddon...This Is Hell
  6. Pity
  7. Into the Night
  8. Damned to Be Free
  9. White Trash (2nd Generation)
  10. American Dream
  11. Eat Your Dog
  12. Voice of God Is Government
  13. Oligarchy
  14. Doing Time
  15. Bad Religion
  16. Politics
  17. Sensory Overload
  18. Slaves
  19. Drastic Actions
  20. World War III
  21. Yesterday
  22. Frogger
  23. Bad Religion
  24. Along the Way
  25. New Leaf
  26. Bad Religion
  27. Slaves
  28. Drastic Actions