80-85" is a CD-only collection of Bad Religion's pre-1988 recordings. It includes the entire " How Could Hell Be Any Worse? " album as well as two official EPs (" Bad Religion " and " Back To The Known "), plus three tracks from the " Public Service " compilation. No songs from the band's 1983 second album " Into The Unknown " are included. Bad Religion guitarist Greg Hetson provided liner notes for the release
This is the record that took Bad Religion from being a premiere punk band to becoming something far bigger. Featuring iconic cover art by Fred Hidalgo, "Recipe For Hate" retains the band's hallmark energy and rebellion exemplified by the classic "American Jesus," but the sonic palette has been slightly expanded. With "Struck A Nerve" the album featured the band's first song to be played on radio since their debut seven inch. Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam and Johnette Napolitano of Concrete Blond contribute guest vocals
Band Name Bad Religion. Лейблы Epitaph Records (USA-1). Музыкальный стильHardcore. Владельцы этого альбома7. 17. Sensory Overload. 20. World War III. 21. Yesterday.
Bad Religion's hardcore punk style continued with their next album, Against the Grain, which was released in 1990. While the album still did not break the band into mainstream audiences, it was the first 100,000 seller, and showed how quickly they were growing. 21st Century (Digital Boy)", one of the tracks off the album, is generally regarded as the band's most well-known song, and has been played at almost every live show . This compilation did not include Into the Unknown. 80–85 is now out of print and has been replaced by the 2004 re-issued version of How Could Hell Be Any Worse? with the same track listings. Mainstream success and departure of Gurewitz (1993–1995).
80-85 contains 28 songs including Bad Religion's first full-length album, How Could Hell Be Any Worse, their first eponymous EP, as well as additional rare material all recorded in Los Angeles California between 1980 and 1985. The packaging which is now out of print contained classic photos of the band and liner notes by guitarist and ex-Circle Jerk, Greg Hetson.
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|1||We're Only Gonna Die||2:17|
|2||Latch Key Kids||1:44|
|4||Faith In God||1:54|
|5||Fuck Armageddon... This Is Hell||2:54|
|7||Into The Night||3:28|
|8||Damned To Be Free||2:03|
|9||White Trash (2nd Generation)||2:25|
|11||Eat Your Dog||1:06|
|12||Voice Of God Is Government||2:55|
|20||World War III||0:58|
|24||Along The Way||1:36|
- Bass – Jay Bentley (tracks: 1 to 20, 26 to 28), Tim Gallegos (tracks: 21 to 25)
- Drums – Jay Ziskrout (tracks: 2, 5, 8 to 12, 14 to 20, 26 to 28), Pete Finestone (tracks: 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 13, 21 to 25)
- Guitar – Brett Gurewitz (tracks: 1 to 20, 26 to 28), Greg Hetson (tracks: 3, 21 to 25)
- Liner Notes – Greg Hetson
- Vocals – Greg Graffin
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 6 10535 63912 7
|E-86407-2||Bad Religion||80-85 (CD, Comp)||Epitaph||E-86407-2||US||1991|
|ESCA 6142||Bad Religion||80-85 (CD, Comp)||Epitaph||ESCA 6142||Japan||1991|
|none||Bad Religion||1980-1985 (Cass, Comp, Unofficial)||Punk Rock||none||Russia||Unknown|
|TJK 204||Bad Religion||80-85 (Cass, Comp)||Epitaph||TJK 204||US||1991|
|MG 2210||Bad Religion||80-85 (Cass, Comp, Unofficial)||MG Records||MG 2210||Poland||1992|