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Dissent of Man
     

The Dissent of Man

by Bad Religion
 

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On Bad Religion's 15th album in 30 years, the stage opens with a sentimental but roused Greg Graffin reminiscing, "Do you remember when we were young?/Adventure had no end/Those were the days, my friend," to recall the melodic blast of their early years. Producer Joe Barresi (

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On Bad Religion's 15th album in 30 years, the stage opens with a sentimental but roused Greg Graffin reminiscing, "Do you remember when we were young?/Adventure had no end/Those were the days, my friend," to recall the melodic blast of their early years. Producer Joe Barresi (Queens of the Stone Age, Tool) seeks range with some midtempo pop
ockers like "The Devil in Stitches," "Won't Somebody," and "Cyanide," the latter with Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers' Mike Campbell on slide guitar. Elsewhere, "Only Rain" takes it back to their roots and features some of Bad Religion's most provocative anti-Christian commentary -- which is saying a lot for a band with a crossed-out cross for a family crest.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/28/2010
Label:
Epitaph / Ada
UPC:
0045778698820
catalogNumber:
86988
Rank:
90272

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