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Bad Religion - The New America MP3
Bad Religion - The New America MP3
Performer: Bad Religion
Title: The New America
Label: Atlantic
Country: US
Released: 2000
Style: Alternative Rock, Punk, Indie Rock
Cat: A2 83303
Rating: 4.8/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2680 mb | MP3 size: 1441 mb | WMA size: 2305 mb
Genre: Rock
Tracklist

1Whisper In Time
2Let It Burn
31000 Memories
4It's A Long Way To The Promise Land
5You've Got A Chance
6New America
7There Will Be A Way
8A World Without Melody
9A Streetkid Named Desire
10I Love My Computer
11The Hopeless Housewife
12Don't Sell Me Short
13Believe It

Credits

  • Mastered ByGavin Lurssen
  • Mixed ByBob Clearmountain
  • ProducerTodd Rundgren
  • Written-ByBrett Gurewitz (tracks: 8), Greg Graffin
  • Backing Vocals [Oozin' Aahs]Brian, Greg G, Jay, John , Todd
  • Bass [Whatever]Jay Bentley
  • DrumsBobby Schayer
  • Engineer [Assistant Mix Engineer]David Boucher
  • Guitar [As Seen On TV]Greg Hetson
  • Guitar [Troublemaker]Brian Baker
  • IllustrationJoe Murray
  • Mixed ByBob Clearmountain
  • Photography [Band Photos] – Olaf Heine
  • Photography [Front Cover Foto] – FreeStockPhotos
  • ProducerTodd Rundgren
  • Remastered ByGavin Lurssen
  • VocalsGreg Graffin
  • Mixed ByBob Clearmountain
  • ProducerTodd Rundgren

Album

Youve Got A Chance Its A Long Way To The Promise Land A World Without Melody New America 1000 Memories A Streetkid Named Desire Whisper In Time Believe It I Love My Computer The Hopeless Housewife There Will Be A Way Let It Burn Dont Sell Me Short. Get album. Albums Epitaph Records May 9, 2000. This year 2019 marks Bad Religions first new album in 6 years, the longest break theyve ever had between 2 records. Bad Religion - The New America Full Album. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise New America. Ask us a question about this album. punk oldie. That may have kept them pure, but as they grew older, they wound up repeating many of their musical ideas, while losing some. Like its predecessor, none of the album's song would. Play album. 13 tracks 40:08. Categories: Bad Religion. AlbumsEpitaph RecordsMay 9, 2000. Top The New America scholars. Bad Religion painted themselves into a corner in the late '90s, adhering to the literate, hard-driving punk that marked their indie releases. Hard Rock religion formed in 1980 and released their first album in 1982. Album 2000 15 Songs. Bad Religion - New America - Hard pop days 2000 3:49. Todd Rundgren may seem like an odd choice of producer for Bad Religion, but as The New America illustrates, it was an inspired, even necessary, one for the veteran Californian punkers. Like its predecessor, none of the album's song would. The New America is also Bad Religion's last album with Bobby Schayer on drums. I didn't New America. Bad Religion painted themselves into a corner in the late '90s, adhering to the literate, hard-driving punk that marked their indie releases. The New America Q&A. To favorites 7 Download album. United States. Hard Rock free to Bad Religion The New America You've Got a Chance, It's a Long Way to the Promise Land and more. 01 You've Got a Chance 0:00 02 It's a Long Way to the Promise Land 3:41 03 A World Without Melody 6:10 04 New America 8:41 05 1000 Memories 12:06 06 A Streetkid Named New America. It was released in 2000 and is their last album to date on Atlantic Records. The New America Tracklist. Bad religion formed in 1980 and released their first album in 1982. Released May 9, 2000. Bad Religion. Bad Religion : The New America,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. If you like what you're hearing, Then support the artists and buy their music. Bad Religion: Next Steps. No copyright infringement intended, I do not own anything. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Bad Religion - The Fast Life 2:02. Hard Rock Bad Religion slated to come out with a brand new album in October, with a brand new energetic drummer and a not-so-brand-new songwriterguitarist the return of Mr. Bad Religion Essentials. Producers Todd Rundgren. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted. The New America is the eleventh studio album from American punk rock band Bad Religion. The New America is the eleventh studio album by punk band Bad Religion. Bad Religion was one of the first groups to the energy of punk with melodic singing and glowing melodies calling those memories to The Beach Boys and The Beatles. Rundgren blends his talents as a pop maverick and a vital hard rock producer on The New America, pushing Bad Religion to strengthen their melodies and hooks without losing their edge. 답글 나에게 알림 Helpful. Brett, I decided to review their last work. Listen album. Añadir a la Lista. Featured On. Punk Alternative Rock Punk-Rock. Another notable asset are the intellectual and engaged lyrics by Graffin, who in addition to his work at Bad Religion also Professor at the University. Greg Graffin : The only constant member of Bad Religion and thus the main driving force behind the band as well. The album was re-released by Epitaph Records on September 15, 2008. The New America. After a couple of releases on Atlantic Records, co-songwriter Brett Gurewitz quit the band. The New America is also Bad Religion's last album with Bobby Schayer on drums. After their second album Into the Unknown was released in 1983, the band broke-up for their first and only time and reformed again in 1985. You've Got a Chance Lyrics. I could write several pages covering all of the different accomplishments of the band, but Ill try to stick to a more focussed history of the most significant band members and their changes instead. Bad Religion - The Fast Life 2:17. Much of the bands accomplishments have rested on the shoulders of this man, who is arguably the most recognizable and well-known member of the group, known for his thought provoking lyrics and unique approach to singing. Bad Religion - The New America 2000. Listen free to Bad Religion The New America You've Got a Chance, It's a Long Way to the Promise Land and more. Back to Bad Religion. That may have kept them pure, but as they grew older, they wound up repeating many of their musical ideas, while losing some of their focus. This was before the return of Brett Gurewitz although he did write one song on this album with Greg Graffin and this was when Bobby Schayer was still the drummer, and it was also their last release on a major label