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BAD RELEGION- The Process of Beleif

Discussion in 'Your Reviews' started by Nick Inch Nails, Mar 14, 2002.

  1. Nick Inch Nails

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    You've probably heard of BR. The So-cal punk band that virtually created the scene. Well. they're back with their newest release "The Process of Beleif".

    OK so punk's not usually my thing. In fact I wouldn't have ever dreamed I would like BR. Until I heard this. If you have ever doubted BR's credibilty then don't worry. This release is punk at its best - catchy, speedy electric guitars and thomping, incredibly fast drums. Not to forget the lyrical content,Which is some of the best I have ever heard. BR are incredibly intelligent people. However if your opinions on orgnised relegion conflict with BR's then you won't find much worthhile here.

    One of the biggest downfalls here is the length of the songs. Opener Supersonic goes by too quickly - as do many of the albums other songs. That asid, I really can't complain much about this. If your a fan of punk you should already have this, and if you're not, then this is the perfect introduction to the scene.

    The sheer amout of chords played in such a short amount of time is phenomonal. The songs being fast, catchy and easy to get into. However not poppy at all. The standout tracks here are Supersonic and Sorrow the rest of the album containing no filler whatsoever.

    Pick this up now, or at least download an mp3 from this album because, trust me, you don't want to miss it.
     
  2. RODS

    RODS PUNKGUY

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    I HAVE BEEN A FAN OF BAD RELIGION FOR ABOUT 10 YEARS BUT I HAVE TO SAY I HAVN'T BOUGHT 'PROCESS OF BELIEF' YET.

    THE REASON FOR THIS BEING THE LAST 2 STUDIO ALBUMS WEREN'T THE GREATEST,BUT WITH THE RETURN OF MR BRETT I WAS HOPING THEY WOULD MAKE A RETURN TO FORM. AND IT SOUNDS AS IF THEY HAVE.I HEARD 'SORROW' THE OTHER DAY AND ITS A CLASSIC BAD RELIGION SONG .
     
  3. Nick Inch Nails

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    Yeah Bret makes a huge difference.
     
  4. Nick Inch Nails

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    So what do you all think of my review?

    Bear in mind Im only 13 so don't be too harsh!

    :err: o_O :puke: :devil:
     
  5. bodom reaper

    bodom reaper New Metal Member

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    The Process Of Belief is great.
     
  6. Vim Fuego

    Vim Fuego I Am Deth! Fukk You!

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    The only thing I'd say is the songs are meant to be short! That's what Bad Religion's style is all about.:)
     
  7. Fabio

    Fabio New Metal Member

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    Hi
    Well, I like Bad Religion a lot but sincerly this "The Process of Beleif" don't get me. I don't know why, just sounds like they are repeating themselves. I prefer the older albuns from BR.
     
  8. |ngenius

    |ngenius Little Grasshopper

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    I used to love the Bad Religion albums. Despite "Process of Belief" seems a return to their golden age, I think they're not totally into their old wave and splendoured touch in music. Maybe the songs are too short for me.
     
  9. Terry Armageddon

    Terry Armageddon ladykiller

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    Theyre gettin on a bit but fair play to them. I thought they had lost it but the new albums a lot better.
    Maybe theyll return to No Controlesque stuff next time;)
     
  10. cybernaut

    cybernaut doomed

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    generator is one of my favourite albus , ever
    against the grain and suffer are also HUGE ones...
    I ve bought the new one ,along with a bootkeg I found,live in germany , '88. no listen yet causeI m away from home..
     
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    I don't really like the new BR record, it sounds a little too poppish.
     
  12. Lost Wisdom

    Lost Wisdom The Lovely Seagull

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    I love process of belif i have it on vinly :D
     

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