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Bad Religion - No Substane 
by Dan Miller

Artist: Bad Religion
Title: No Substane
Label: Atlantic

Hear It  
Shades Of Truth  
All Fantastic Images 
The Biggest Killer In American History   
No Substance 6 Raise Your Voice! 
Sowing The Seeds Of Utopia 
The Hippy Killers
The State Of The End Of The Millennium Address
The Voracious March Of Godliness
Mediocre Minds
Victims Of The Revolution  
Strange Denial 
At The Mercy Of Imbeciles 
The Same Person 
In So Many Ways

The following is a review of Bad Religion’s No Substane(1998).  I am going to get right to the bottom line and say that this album is great.  It just doesn’t stop from when you start with the first track “hear it’ until the end of the final track ‘ in so many ways’.  This album is so good that it gives BR’s 1990 release(against the grain) a run for it’s money.  Standout tracks on this record are, ‘Shades of Truth’, Victims of the revolution, The hippy killers, and The Same person.  I got this album the day it was released and I am still not tired of it, this is a definate must have. 

Review by Dan Miller


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