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Suffer Original recording remastered


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  • Audio CD (Jan. 6 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: FAB
  • ASIN: B0001JXPE8
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #20,464 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. You Are (The Government)
2. 1000 More Fools
3. How Much Is Enough?
4. When?
5. Give You Nothing
6. Land of Competition
7. Forbidden Beat
8. Best for You
9. Suffer
10. Delirium of Disorder
11. Part II (The Numbers Game)
12. What Can You Do?
13. Do What You Want
14. Part IV (The Index Fossil)
15. Pessimistic Lines

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Darren Richardson on May 29 2004
Format: Audio CD
This was the first album after the band got back together in 1987 and boy was it ever! Bad Religion jumpstarted the So-Cal skate-punk scene with this album and it's clear to see the influence on bands like Pulley and Pennywise. They were the first of their kind, they brought blistering fast hardcore punk beats combined it with great melodicism, lyrics, guitar work, and production. They had it all and then some. SUFFER is one of those essential Bad Religion records.
1. You Are (The Government) 5/5
2. 1000 More Fools 5/5
3. How Much Is Enough? 5/5
4. When? 5/5
5. Give You Nothing 5/5
6. Land of Competition 5/5
7. Forbidden Beat 5/5
8. Best for You 5/5
9. Suffer 5/5
10. Delirium of Disorder 5/5
11. Part II (The Numbers Game) 4/5
12. What Can You Do? 5/5
13. Do What You Want 5/5
14. Part IV (The Index Fossil) 5/5
15. Pessimistic Lines 5/5
A PERFECT SCORE! Just buy it dammit! Trust me it's good.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bullfrog on July 18 2004
Format: Audio CD
I own a wide range of punk albums, from the old (London Calling, Never Mind the Bullocks) to the kind of old (Machine Gun Etiquette) to the modern (Punk in Drublic, ...And Out Come the Wolves). Out of all the great punk bands that I've heard and all the albums I listen to, not a single album keeps me coming back as often as Suffer. To me this is as good as punk can sound and as much as punk can offer. While all the songs do sound the same, the melodic, pounding beats and riffs produced by this band are so enjoyable that you won't mind the song similarity, and the incredibly deep and meaningful lyrics are a surprisingly satisfying bonus. No band will ever sound like BR and no punk album will ever be as great as Suffer. Buy this if you don't already own it. And if you're a punk fan and you don't own it, well then just kill yourself.
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Format: Audio CD
This is the first installment of the revamped Bad Religion after a 2 or 3 year hiatus. It's combined the early sounds of HOW COULD HELL BE ANY WORSE? and the later more melodic BACK TO THE KNOWN. Many people say that this is the best Bad Religion record and most of their 90's worked sucked. I disagree entirely, this is a band just starting to get it's stride, and it in no way compares to the musicianship of GENERATOR or STRANGER THAN FICTION. But all in all this is an incredible album, especially if you are a big fan of punk rock (which I am not), this along with the first ramones LP, Sex Pistols: NEVER MIND THE BOLLOCKS, the OPIV LP, DAMAGED by Black Flag, and anything by the Dead Kennedys. This is one of those albums that you can't be a punk rocker and not own.
1. You Are (The Government) 9/10
2. 1000 More Fools (10/10)
3. How Much Is Enough? (9/10)
4. When? (8/10)
5. Give You Nothing (9/10)
6. Land of Competition (8/10)
7. Forbidden Beat (10/10) One of the best BR songs ever.
8. Best for You (10/10)
9. Suffer (9/10)
10. Delirium of Disorder (9/10)
11. Part II (The Numbers Game) (8/10)
12. What Can You Do? (10/10) Very melodic, fastpaced, perfect.
13. Do What You Want (10/10) Short & sweet. The first BR song that I ever listened to, it got me hooked.
14. Part IV (The Index Fossil) (10/10)
15. Pessimistic Lines (10/10)
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By derty dee on July 11 2003
Format: Audio CD
SUFFER is the greatest album these guys have done besides the follow-up, NO CONTROL. All of the songs are super fast with not one slow song. Mr. Brett's guitar is sandblasting the listener with its gravel tone. The guitar sounds unusually rough but the melodies shine well on through. Finestone proves on this album (as with the next two) that having speed and steady rhythm is more important than having drum fills just for the sake of having them there. Probably the most important elements of this bands sound first manifests on this album; the harmony Greg Graffin's singing. There is no denying it that this album was the blue print for almost every Epitaph or power-punk band that has emerged from the early nineties to now. All of the songs here are excellent except for 'Delerium of Disorder' (has a rather annoying vocal effect on Graffin's voice as the song begins.)The best song is probably Suffer with the dramatic drum roll and dissident chords being ripped out before the song takes off. Other standouts are 'Do What You Want,' '1000 More Fools,'and 'You Are...' One of the greatest punk CDs made.
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Format: Audio CD
Always caring more about song craft than aggression, Bad Religion basically created So-Cal melodic punk/hardcore and without them, bands like AFI and Pennywise would simply not exist. Their sound, at the time, was totally unique. They managed to incorporate melodies and pop sensibilities with hyper-intelligent sociopolitical lyrics and blistering hardcore tempos. The result was divine, and it is shown in all its glory on Suffer, the best and quintessential Bad Religion record.
The album starts off with "You are (the government)" and doesn't slow down from there. Tracks like "1000 more fools", "Suffer", "When?", and "Do what you want" will keep you coming back to Suffer for more. Bad Religion (and this album), as suggested in my title, are what I like to call the perfect median between pop-punk and hardcore. If you like Black Flag and Minor Threat, you'll like this (unless you're a die-hard hardcore fan and don't like anything more melodic and "softer" than the aforementioned). At the same time, if you like Millencolin, NOFX, and other 90s pop-punk bands, you'll like this (unless you really, really like that "funny" punk or songs about girls). Personally, I can't stand any 90s pop-punk, but I'd assume that Suffer is something that a fan of it will like. This album can put lyrics like, "I don't know if the billions will survive, but, I'll believe in God when 1 and 1 are 5" and "The masses of humanity will always have to suffer" into fast, hard, but very intelligent and melodic songs. This is an extremely accessible album, but, at the same time, never gets old.
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