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Bad Religion

No Substance

Atlantic 83094

Released on May 5, 1998

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 9 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Hear It  9%
2 Shades Of Truth  9%
3 All Fantastic Images  6%
4 The Biggest Killer In American History Voted #3  10%
5 No Substance  7%
6 Raise Your Voice!  10%
7 Sowing The Seeds Of Utopia Voted #2  11%
8 The Hippy Killers  2%
9 The State Of The End Of The Millennium Address  1%
10 The Voracious March Of Godliness  3%
11 Mediocre Minds  5%
12 Victims Of The Revolution  2%
13 Strange Denial  7%
14 At The Mercy Of Imbeciles  1%
15 The Same Person  4%
16 In So Many Ways Voted #1  14%
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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Jan 5 2011 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Another great band (see Samiam, Donnas) that became a casualty of Atlantic Records. I know some people do not like the era of Bad Religion without Brett Gurewitz, but I do. Good songs on here too, in my opinion. Don't be afraid to jam BR's catalog without Brett.

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Drew from San Angelo, TX 
Jan 8 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Buy it if you are a die hard Bad Religion fan. This is mid-tempo and not as aggressive of Bad Religion's earlier work. Mr. Brett was not in the band at this point so all songs were written primarily by Greg Graffin. This is also one of the Atlantic Records releases. If you like New America which came out two years later in 2000, you will dig this. Track 9, The State Of The End Of The Millennium Address, is actually just music with Greg speaking over it. If you've seen the Special Edition Riot DVD, which was about 10 years before this DVD came out, they play part of that during the set. I guess it was not released until this CD. Comes complete with lyric book. The last song of the CD, In So Many Ways, is looked at as one of the best Bad Religion songs ever written as you can see from the other reviews.

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Mary Alice from Hewitt, NJ 
May 14 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Well, this doesn't sound like Suffer or No Control. However, it is still a very strong record, and it's neat to see some of the bands that influenced Bad Religion shining through-"Hear It" sounds like the Adolescents' "No Way" and "The Same Person" reminds me of the Dead Boys' "Sonic Reducer." Overall, though, this is a great rock record, not a punk record. "In So Many Ways" is one of the most powerful songs BR have ever written.

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Shane from Los Cruces, NM 
Dec 13 2005 Rating: 2/5 Stars

My pops introduced me to bad religion back when I was 10 or so I will try not to be to bias on this review. This in my opinion is BR's worst album but has probably one of their best songs on it "In so many ways". If you are not a hardcore BR fan then I recommend staying away from this album.

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Jeff from Sugar Land, TX 
Nov 27 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Well this CD has its ups and downs. Thears some songs that are a waste of time like "The Hippy Killers" and thears good ones like "In So Many Ways", "Victims Of The Revolution" and "The Same Person", but still Its Bad Religion So I like the album.

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Sean from East Rockaway, NY 
Aug 22 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This cd is just akward to listen to for some reason. It doesn't have that same feel that all the other Bad Religion albums had before it. All bands just have that cd that isn't as great as the rest and this is Bad Religions.

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Brendan from Elmhurst, IL 
Jul 30 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars


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Jonathan from San Diego, CA 
Apr 8 2004 Rating: 1/5 Stars

horrible...this is nothing like there other cds...this has no passion and its just plain boring to listen almost sounds like country music...

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Roger from Charlotte Hall, MD 
Apr 1 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

very good.yes, it is good. some weird popish songs like "Shades of Truth" "All Fantastic Images" and "Raise Your Voice", and great hard songs like "Hear It" "State Of The End......" and "Mediocre Minds". Good listen if you like later BR.

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