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Bad Religion - The Process Of Belief: A Sonic Preview album mp3

  • Performer: Bad Religion
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: The Process Of Belief: A Sonic Preview
  • Released: 2002
  • Style: Punk
  • Country: US
  • MP3 version size: 1677 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1518 mb
  • Other: MMF MIDI ADX AIFF AC3 MP1 DMF
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 611

Description

Supersonic Prove It Can’t Stop It Broken Destined For Nothing Materialist Kyoto Now Sorrow Epiphany Evangeline The Defense The Lie You Don’t Belong Bored and Extremely Dangerous.

The Process of Belief. Авторы текста и музыки. Brett Gurewitz, Greg Graffin. WMG (от лица компании "Epitaph Europe"); BMI - Broadcast Music In. UBEM, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, UMPI, Warner Chappell, LatinAutor, Audiam (Publishing), LatinAutor - PeerMusic, CMRRA, SOLAR Music Rights Management, PEDL" и другие авторские общества (11). Prove It. Исполнитель. The Process of Belief.

After reuniting with Bad Religion to tour in support of The New America, Brett Gurewitz officially rejoined the band he co-founded for this album. It was a welcome homecoming. Though the group had written classic songs in Gurewitz’s absence, there was no substitute for the creative frisson between Gurewitz and lead singer Greg Graffin. The process of reforming with Gurewitz and returning to Epitaph was certainly personal for the band, and The Process of Belief is notable for its shift toward songs written from an internal, individualized perspective.

The Process of Belief is the twelfth studio album by the American punk rock band Bad Religion. It was produced by its leaders Greg Graffin and Brett Gurewitz, and was released on January 22, 2002 through Epitaph Records. After touring in support of its previous full-length studio album, The New America (2000), Gurewitz rejoined Bad Religion in 2001 after a seven-year hiatus. The band re-signed with Epitaph, and then began work on its first album for the label in over eight years.

Lyrically this is a very strong album of Bad Religion which is saying quite a bit since most things related to this band is truly classical when it comes to song writing abilities of Greg Graffin and Mr. Brett. Stand out tracks on this album are: Epiphany,Evangeline, Sorrow and Bored & Extremely Dangerous. I would go as far as to say, that this album is quite comparable to Bad Religion's classic 1988 released Suffer album. 0 of 0 users found this helpful.

Sure, The Process of Belief serves up enough Slo-Pitch softballs for me to spend a thousand words hitting wiseacre home runs. This is, after all, a band of fortysomethings playing music more appropriate to kids struggling with puberty and Algebra. Therefore, I think discovering Bad Religion and their Chomsky for Dummies rhetoric is an important experience for a youth in his/her formative musical years

The Process of Belief. Based on only one or two listens to The Process of Belief, one would be tempted to retitle it The Process of Backsliding. It's like a batch of outtakes from their 1988 comeback LP, Suffer, or the amazing juggernauts that followed, No Control and Against the Grain. But successive immersions into the new LP's brute, lashing power and wild honey melodies disarms such critical impulses as efficiently as a martial arts master. Regression rarely feels this fresh or this welcome. By: Bad Religion (2002, Rock). More albums from Bad Religion: The New America by Bad Religion. The Dissent Of Man by Bad Religion. Confidence by Bad Religion. Recipe For Hate by Bad Religion. How Could Hell Be Any Worse? by Bad Religion.

The album is a return to form, a return to Epitaph, and contains the return of Brett Gurewitz. A stronger pop-punk feel with satisfying results. Bad Religion is usually to blame for directing youth toward the punk rock scene. I remember when I brought home my copy of Suffer, with its album art containing a boy on fire with a cross through a cross on the back of his shirt

Tracklist

1 Supersonic (Snippet) 0:41
2 Sorrow (Snippet) 1:34
3 Can't Stop It (Snippet) 0:56
4 Broken (Snippet) 0:59
5 Epiphany (Snippet) 1:15
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Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Epitaph Europe
  • Copyright (c) – Epitaph Europe

Notes

Promo sampler contains 5 snippet tracks from the album The Process Of Belief released January 21st, 2002.

Includes CD-ROM section with interviews and footage from the studio.

System requirements to see the video:
PC: Windows 95, 8x CD-ROM reader, Pentium 233MHZ, 32 MB RAM, accelerated graphics card, resolution 800 x 600 pixels, color palette high color (16 Bit), 16 Bit sound card incl. Windows-driver, Quicktime 5 (comes included), DirectX recommended.

Mac: MacOs 8.0, 8x CD-ROM reader, G3 300Mhz, 16 MB RAM available, resolution 800 x 600 pixels, color depth 32768 colors, Quicktime 5 (comes included).

Durations not mentioned on the release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L554
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94V3
  • Matrix / Runout: Sony DADC A0100396042-0101 14 A1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
86635-2 Bad Religion The Process Of Belief ‎(CD, Album) Epitaph 86635-2 US 2002
86635-2 Bad Religion The Process Of Belief ‎(CD, Album, Sli) Союз, Epitaph 86635-2 Russia 2007
6635-1 Bad Religion The Process Of Belief ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Epitaph 6635-1 Europe 2002
6635-2A Bad Religion The Process Of Belief ‎(CD, Promo) Epitaph 6635-2A Europe 2002
EICP 6 Bad Religion The Process Of Belief ‎(CD, Album) Epitaph EICP 6 Japan 2002

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