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Bad Religion - Age Of Unreason album mp3

Performer: Bad Religion
Title: Age Of Unreason
Country: Europe
Released: 2019
Style: Punk
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 376
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Age of Unreason is the seventeenth studio album by American punk rock band Bad Religion, released on May 3, 2019.

Released May 3, 2019. Age of Unreason Tracklist. 1. Chaos from Within Lyrics. This album is our best shot at an angry but clear-headed response to a fucked situation. Age of Unreason is both a dire warning and testament to resilience. The overall message being – stay informed about the world and oneself. As Co-songwriter and lead singer, Greg Graffin, who holds a PhD in the history of science, says, When I saw all these headlines about how terrible our world had become, I started doing a lot of reading. Maybe this album can help. Because right now, with social media, we are just playing a version of kill the guy with the ball. Age of Unreason Q&A. Label Epitaph Records. Cover Photograph David Black. Art Direction & Design Trevor Hernandez.

Their first release since 2013’s True North, Bad Religion are a band who seem to thrive during political instability, as their voices are ones that have always championed compassion, intellect and logic. Age Of Unreason does this with intelligent, thought provoking lyrics wrapped in well executed and performed punk rock music. Many people think punk music is about defying authority, but Bad Religion show that it’s not about necessarily spurning and mocking the status quo, but about questioning and challenging those in power when required

The songs on Age Of Unreason - Bad Religion's 17th LP - are perfectly serviceable and fun to listen to, most of the time. It's a Bad Religion record and you know what it's going to sound like before you've even heard of it, which is both a strength and a weakness. There's some great songs like "Chaos From Within", "Old Regime" and "My Sanity", "The Approach", and "What Tomorrow Brings" that are just as fiery and melodically brilliant as any of their finest work. The album ends up more or less in line with their other post-2000 output in quality, sitting right in the middle-low tier of their catalogue, with half the songs being solid-to-great and the other half fairly forgettable. Jamie Miller and Mike Dimkich, the new drummer and rhythm guitarist, respectively, do a great if uneventful job in their first outing, with Greg's vocals on particular sounding incredible for his age and Jay's bass thumping dutifully throughout.

The Approach 05. Lose Your Head 06. End Of History 07. Age of Unreason 08. Candidate 09. Faces Of Grief 10. Old Regime 11. Big Black Dog 12. Downfall 13. Since Now 14. What Tomorrow Brings. Скачать и обсудить альбом здесь.

While Bad Religion’s forays into new territory may be subtle, they’re certainly there, and it’s commendable to see a nearly 40 year old band still trying to find ways to innovate and make their sound fresh and new. I know that I’ll catch some grief for this, but I honestly would call this the best Bad Religion album since The Empire Strikes First, and a sign of a revitalized band that’s ready to start making some more great music again.

It’s about time, Bad Religion! The punk legends have finally announced their 17th studio album, Age of Unreason. The self-described album’s worth of ‘Fuck Trump’ songs will be released May 3 and a new single Chaos From Within can be heard right now. Over the last eight months, Bad Religion have steadily been releasing new music. The heavily criticized The Kids Are Alt-Right came out in June 2018, but will not be featured on the band’s new album. The album of modern day protest anthems will heavily reference today’s social and political climate. Racist rallies, Trump’s election, the erosion of the middle class, Colin Kaepernick’s protest, alternative facts and conspiracy theories will all be addressed, while homages to literary and philosophical works are honored. The band has always stood for enlightenment values, co-songwriter and guitarist Brett Gurewitz explains.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Chaos From Within 1:50
A2 My Sanity
Drum [Drum Doctoring] – Ross GarfieldTechnician [Drum Tech] – ShakesTechnician [Guitar Tech], Slide Guitar – Gavin Caswell
2:57
A3 Do The Paranoid Style 1:45
A4 The Approach 2:25
A5 Lose Your Head 2:50
A6 End Of History
Written By – Graffin, GurewitzWritten-By – De La Garza*
2:47
B1 Age Of Unreason 2:40
B2 Candidate
Engineer [Additional Engineering] – Adam ChagnonMixed By – Chris Lord-AlgeMixed By [Assisted] – Brian Judd
2:45
B3 Faces Of Grief
Written By – Graffin, GurewitzWritten-By – Baker*
1:04
B4 Old Regime 2:42
B5 Big Black Dog 2:06
B6 Downfall 2:36
B7 Since Now 1:43
B8 What Tomorrow Brings 3:09

Companies, etc.

  • Exclusive Retailer – Kings Road Merch Europe
  • Copyright (c) – Epitaph Europe
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Epitaph Europe
  • Mixed At – Mix LA
  • Recorded At – Sunset Sound
  • Mastered At – Dave Collins Mastering
  • Copyright (c) – David Black
  • Published By – Polypterus Music
  • Published By – Warner Chappell Music
  • Published By – Music Of The Mothership
  • Published By – Soft Light Music
  • Published By – Rough Trade Music
  • Pressed By – Record Industry – 26537

Credits

  • Art Direction, Design – Trevor Hernandez
  • Backing Vocals [Oozin' Aahs] – Brett*, Brian*, Greg*, Jay*
  • Bass – Jay Bentley
  • Drums – Jamie Miller
  • Engineer – Clinton Welander
  • Engineer [Additional Engineering] – Sergio Chavez
  • Engineer [Assistant Engineer] – Zachary Zajdel
  • Guitar – Brett Gurewitz, Brian Baker, Mike Dimkich
  • Mastered By – Dave Collins
  • Mixed By – Carlos De La Garza
  • Photography By [Band Photographs] – Alice Baxley
  • Photography By [Cover Photograph] – David Black
  • Producer – Brett Gurewitz, Carlos De La Garza, Greg Graffin
  • Vocals – Greg Graffin
  • Written By – Brett Gurewitz (tracks: A1 to A5, B1, B2, B4 to B8), Greg Graffin (tracks: A1 to A5, B1, B2, B4 to B8)
  • Written-By – Brett Gurewitz, Greg Graffin

Notes

Kings Road Merch Europe exclusive edition.
Limited to 500 copies on 180g Peach (Yellow / Red / White Mix) Vinyl.
Non-gatefold picture sleeve with printing on the inside, heavy brown cardboard inner picture sleeve, foldout A3 poster / lyric sheet.

©&℗ 2019 Epitaph Europe, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Track B2 "Candidate" mixed at Mix LA.
Recorded at Sunset Sound, Los Amgeles, CA.
Mastered at Dave Collins Mastering
Cover Photograph - © David Black

All songs published by Polypterus / Warner Chappell Music (BMI), Music Of The Mothership (BMI), Soft Light Music (ASCAP) "Faces Of Grief" published by Polypterus / Warner Chappell Music (BMI), Music Of The Mothership (BMI), Rough Trade Music (BMI)

Pressing plant uncrediited, identifed by the etched matrix number string in vinyl runout area.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker on shrink-wrap): 8714092763645
  • Barcode (Printed on sleeve): 8 714092 763614
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, hand-etched): 26357 1A ePIT 7636-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, hand-etched): 26357 1B ePIT 7636-1
  • Label Code: LC02576
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Other (Number printed on inner sleeve): 7636-1 SLE

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
7636-1 Bad Religion Age Of Unreason ‎(LP, Album, 180) Epitaph 7636-1 Europe 2019
7636-2 Bad Religion Age Of Unreason ‎(CD, Album) Epitaph 7636-2 Europe 2019
Epitaph Promo 31 Bad Religion Age Of Unreason ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Epitaph Epitaph Promo 31 Europe 2019
7636-1 Bad Religion Age Of Unreason ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Yel) Epitaph 7636-1 Europe 2019
99973-1SC Bad Religion Age Of Unreason ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Tra) Epitaph 99973-1SC US 2019


Reviews (9)
Runemane
My copy from KRM EU is literally unplayable due to the prensence of a small nested paper button, whose dimension is exactly the center of a side label. A pressing error for sure.Anyone had the same issue?

Akta
In the end, kudos to Kings Road Merch Europe! They managed to send me another copy (the indie stores clear version but who really cares?) free of charge.

Dyni
I still tried and I managed to remove most of the paper then I listened to the record. It don't skips but there's a little audible noise when the stylus passes over. It is located on the 2nd track, My Sanity, and It lasts between 30 seconds and 1 minute.

Bulace
Good luck with that, i'm disgusted too. That's a real bummer because getting a record pressed by Record Industry was a quality guarantee itself.

Ventelone
I bought my copy at vinyl-digital.com, I sent them an email about that, I'll see what they answer me. I tried to play it and this problem don't affect the playback on the side B but I don't dare to try to listen to the A side because the piece of paper is like glued on the vinyl and not in the vinyl matter.. I tried to remove it delicatly but only the black color of the paper is gone. I'm disgusted, really.

Garr
Man, this really sucks!Seems that folks @ Record Industry didn’t take much effort in QC on this release; worse still, folks at KRM EU are not very keen to exchange my copy because (according to them) this defect does not affect playback...

Mr.Death
Hi,I received today my clear vinyl copy and I have the same issue. I'm fed up with shitty Bad Religion vinyl pressings! I have the clear vinyl pressing of True North and it was badly pressed, the first track of the two sides are unplayable. And for the new album, I can't play it!

KiddenDan
of course i did, no reply till date. two more words

Vichredag
that sucks i think i saw a photo somewhere of someone with this issue on facebook but it may have been your copy! did you contact KRM ?

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