Bad Religion, in 1988, delivered their landmark album Suffer. It stands as the band's finest work, even in light of albums like The Process of Belief and Recipe For Hate.
The songs on this album are intelligent, catchy, hard, and fast. Only 3 of the dics's 15 tracks exceed 2 minutes, but what they lack in length, they make up for in quality. Standouts are "You Are (The Government)", "Do What You Want", "Part II (The Numbers Game)", and the title track. Of course, standout is a hard term to use here, because every song on this album is excellent.
As has been said below, a fan of hardcore or pop-punk will enjoy this music for its terrific music. Intelligent thinkers will enjoy this record for its thought-provoking lyrics. And now that it has been reissued with superior sound quality, there's never been a better time to Suffer.