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Bad Religion

Suffer

Epitaph 86701

Released on April 6, 2004


$13.25

This digitally re-mastered version of "Suffer" comes with new art and finally allows you to hear this album the way it was meant to be heard! BR's third album that was hailed as "Best Album Of The Year" by punk bibles Flipside and Maximum Rock 'n Roll. Bad Religion's 1987 release, is one of their finest. The band (which saw the original line-up reunite for the album's release) was improving and becoming more and more focused with each successive release, and SUFFER showed the band as one of the world's top thought-provoking punk outfits. Although many similar-sounding bands have taken Bad Religion's patented sound further chartwise, few have been able to truly top such Bad Religion classics as "You Are (the Government)," the title track, "Do What You Want," and "What Can You Do?"

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 You Are (The Government) Voted #2  14%
2 1000 More Fools  8%
3 How Much Is Enough?  7%
4 When?  5%
5 Give You Nothing  6%
6 Land of Competition  4%
7 Forbidden Beat  3%
8 Best For You  5%
9 Suffer Voted #3  10%
10 Delirium Of Disorder  7%
11 Part II (The Numbers Game)  1%
12 What Can You Do?  10%
13 Do What You Want Voted #1  18%
14 Part IV (The Index Fossil)  1%
15 Pessimistic Lines  2%
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Brayden from St. George, UT 
Dec 24 2012 Rating: 5/5 Stars

If there is a CD you want to listen to that defines the genre, this is the one. Suffer was the album Fat Mike from NOFX said "Changed Everything." With classic punk jams like When?, Best For You, Suffer, and the all time fan favorite Do What You Want, its hard to find a reason to dislike the CD let alone a single flaw. This album blew me away the first time I popped it in the old CD Player and still does. I recommend this to any punker no matter the age.

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Tom from Eagle, ID 
Dec 11 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Suffer is my second Bad Religion album (after the 80-85 collection) and it has really grown on me since I first started listening to it. It's really just an example of Bad Religion doing what they do best, creating tight punk songs about various social issues (or non-issues as it may be). This record also seems to have a decent amount of crossover appeal with people who normally wouldn't listen to “punk” music, whatever that may mean. Overall an extremely well-crafted example of what punk rock should be.

Key Tracks: “You Are (The Government),” “When?,” “Give You Nothing,” “Land of Competition,” “Suffer”

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Tom from Audubon, PA 
Sep 21 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Along with generator, this is my favorite cd. Only downside is its only 26 minutes. Yea, buy it. Suffer, Delirium of Disorder, and Do What you Want are the best tracks.

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Brock from Buchanan, MI 
Jul 24 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

What needs to be said here?? This fucking cd kicks fucking ass! Good fast pace melodic shit. Buy it fuckers!!!

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Brian from Iron Mountain, MI 
May 4 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a very very good bad religion cd but the only thing that pisses me off about this and every other bad religion cd is that the cds are being remasered from the original recording. I hate when bands do that to their cds, even pennywise is doing that to their old albums. I like the original recordings, thats what makes them good. I dont know lots of people have an opinion, and i guess its a good cd. Buy it if your a true bad religion fan.





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