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New America, the

Bad Religion Audio CD
3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
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1. You've Got A Chance
2. It's A Long Way To The Promised Land
3. A World Without Melody
4. New America
5. 1000 Memories
6. A Streetkid Named Desire
7. Whisper In Time
8. Believe It
9. I Love My Computer
10. The Hopeless Housewife
11. There Will Be A Way
12. Let It Burn
13. Don't Sell Me Short

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Product Description

Japanese edition of 2000 release from alternative/punk act with two exclusive bonus tracks, 'The Fast Life' & 'Queen OfThe 21st Century'. Standard jewelcase.

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5.0 out of 5 stars bad religions sweet June 16 2005
Format:Audio CD
welll u see bad religion is sweet so this album deserves 5 its plain and simple
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3.0 out of 5 stars flying to the heights of raging mediocrity March 10 2004
Format:Audio CD
I did not hate this album. I am a major fan of BR and think that this is a decent CD. Yet were I given the choice to listen to "no control" or "suffer", i would pass this one up without batting an eyelid. The songs seem to lack a certain BR style quality. The guitar is a bit more complex than the simple power chord progressions that they have done in the past, but it comes with a price. The vox have kind of an annoying reverb effect the whole time and Greg Gaffin just sounds incredibly different. The overall tone is a bit more "pop-ish" and makes this album a very mediocre effort. Good for anyone who listens to BR and has a fairly open mind, but if you're just getting started, get "suffer" instead. Nevertheless, the best songs are "I love my computer" and "It's a long way to the promised land"
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4.0 out of 5 stars The New America Oct. 31 2003
Format:Audio CD
It's refreshing to see that there are many Bad Religion fans that really like this CD, although most will agree that it's not there best effort. Notwithstanding, Bad Religion at their worst is still better than most of what gets played on the radio. I do agree that this album never got the cred it deserved, and I do agree that their recent release is far better than this. The New America is still highly energetic, thought provoking, and at times very humorous in its lyrics. My advise: listen to the samples and make up your own mind.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Most Underrated Bad Religion CD Ever! Sept. 9 2003
Format:Audio CD
Id rate each song on this CD but they are all 10/10 anyways. well basiclly all but yeah its a great CD, my favorite Bad Religion CD and im a huge Bad Religion fan! This is for ppl who like Bad Religion, or just like good music! alot of my non-punk friends are into Bad Religion now from hearing this CD in my car, well worth your money its BR's best!! well either this or Process of Belief :)!
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5.0 out of 5 stars A sonically mature Bad Religion at their best Aug. 3 2003
Format:Audio CD
This album is another like NO SUBSTANCE that a true Bad Religion fan has to like (even though most of them despise it), they are very mature and melodic. The former worked alot on the dark side and this one just brings a breath of fresh air and hope and looking for a better way and understanding that we can reach it if we try, it really is a beautiful record. It was also their final major label release and the final release with great drummer Bobby Schayer.

1. You've Got A Chance (9/10)
2. It's A Long Way To The Promised Land (9/10)
3. A World Without Melody (9/10)
4. New America (10/10)
5. 1000 Memories (9/10)
6. A Streetkid Named Desire (8/10)
7. Whisper In Time (10/10)
8. Believe It (10/10)
9. I Love My Computer (10/10)
10. The Hopeless Housewife (9/10)
11. There Will Be A Way (8/10)
12. Let It Burn (7/10)
13. Don't Sell Me Short (10/10)
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2.0 out of 5 stars Bad Religion at their worst July 8 2003
By Mike
Format:Audio CD
Now let me just say I'm not one of these people who hate Bad Religion, and I don't think they are sell outs or anything like that, but this album is really really bad! I listened to it like twice and just couldn't make myself listen to it again. Now if you are looking for a really good, new, Bad Religion CD get Process of Belief (the following album to this one), for me that was the return of the TRUE Bad Religion. This CD is a waste of your time and money.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely brilliant cd. Graffin is genius Feb. 24 2003
Format:Audio CD
Apparently many people can't stand to see a band mature, even when they age with the utmost grace. Bad Religion, far and away the best band on the planet, put out another incredible cd with "New America." If you are a true BR fan and liked their cds before this one, you will definitely like this one. Just because every song isn't a minute and a half long with lightning-quick vocals and guitar, doesn't mean that it's bad. Yes, some songs even break the 3 minute mark. This and "No Substance" are probably the slowest BR albums, but slow doesn't mean bad. Bad Religion has always exemplified strong/intelligent lyrics and great melodies that you sing along to every time you put on the cd. Just listening to Bad Religion improves your vocabulary and probably makes you smarter. Greg Graffin has proved since "The Grey Race" that he can write amazing songs without the help of Mr. Brett. While they create amazing music together and really feed off of each other, BR didn't lose a step on their 3 Brett-less cds. "Don't Sell Me Short" and "A Streetkid named Desire" will blow you away. Buy this now.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Where are you Mr. Brett? Feb. 4 2003
Format:Audio CD
This is a great Bad Religion album....but you know that the songwriting of this album is just 50 % of the greatest Bad Religion used to write.....and the reason is cuz Brett Gurewitz apparence in these album is kinda nule....but give it a chance t Greg Graffin cuz he show his best in this album...even if br' needs brett's help....but don't worry , after this album....brett came back to join the band and did the greatest bad religion album ever....the process of belier but that's a different story.....but nice album anyway
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