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The Gray Race

Bad Religion Audio CD
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
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1. The Gray Race
2. Them And Us
3. A Walk
4. Parallel
5. Punk Rock Song
6. Empty Causes
7. Nobody Listens
8. Pity The Dead
9. Spirit Shine
10. The Streets Of America
11. Ten In 2010
12. Victory
13. Drunk Sincerity
14. Come Join Us
15. Cease

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Bad Religion ~ Gray Race

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4.0 out of 5 stars I like it... June 29 2004
Format:Audio CD
Obviously over the years Bad Religion's music has changed gradually, so expecting The Gray Race to sound like Suffer or Against the Grain is just silly. Most of the songs here are slower and more melodic, but that doesn't mean they aren't up to par with Bad Religion's past works; just different.
A Walk, Ten in 2010, Pity the Dead, Punk Rock Song, and my personal favorite from this album, Come Join Us, are among their best works in years, and the rest of this album, though not incredible, is solid. Pick it up.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Prosaically ordinary, indeed. April 13 2004
By goonius
Format:Audio CD
Apt title for an equally "gray" album.
Listening to this, I had trouble remembering exactly why I'd ever been drawn to this band in the first place.(???) The lyrics are trite and ooze a sort of false sincerity that only paves the path for newfound mediocrity on future albums.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A spurt of new found inspiration... Feb. 22 2004
Format:Audio CD
This album doesn't have one song that can be considered crap (maybe Streets of America.) There are a few slow songs but their done much more tastefully than the last two albums (Stranger Than Fiction, Recipe for Hate.) The production is much simpler here, one of my major beefs with probably the last three albums (the effects given to Graffin's voice was a bit excessive.) However the tone is clean to the standards of this band so the melodies can really shine through. The new replacement guitarist for Mr. Brett, that guy from Minor Threat (Dag Nasty, and the awful Junkyard) did a fine job on this record and seemed to rejuvenate the band (if only for this album.) This album is where BR of Against the Grain meets BR of Generator. Standouts; everything but Ten in 2010 and Streets of America.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Sweet. Feb. 9 2004
Format:Audio CD
I'm new to Bad Religion, the only times I've heard their songs were in the game Crazy Taxi. Sad, I know. But after reading the reviews about The Gray Race, I figured this would be a good place to start since it seems to be the one that most "true fans" diss. Man oh man am I glad I picked this up.
The Gray Race is unlike any other punk album I've heard. All the lyrics are actually meaningful, and the music matches them flawlessly. Why can't more bands be like Bad Religion? Instead, all we get these days are little "nobody understand me. I am alone" bands like Staind and "angry" bands like stupid Korn and Slipknot. People must be really stupid to not recognize Bad Religion as one of the best bands that were around in the 80's and 90's.
Tracks that stand out the most to me are:
-The Gray Race (what a way to start off the album)
-Them and Us
-Parallel
-Nobody Listens
-Pity the Dead
-Ten in 2010
-Come Join Us
My only complaint is that the songs are too short. The longest one is a little over 3 minutes. Oh well, at least the tracks don't drag on. This is the kind of album you can listen to over and over again. If this is considered their "worst", I can only imagine how great their others are. So with that in mind, I'll be going for those very soon. But The Gray Race is still awesome, as it kicks Ewok-ass.
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4.0 out of 5 stars 3.5 actually Oct. 8 2003
Format:Audio CD
another decent one from BR and it gives us classic BR which is catchy, melodic songs with sarcastic, intelligent (highly-intelligent -you may need a dictionary) and critical songs agaisnt society' ills. i will say this again, one of the greatest rhythm sections i have ever heard who hold it all together. unfortunately, there is no Brett Gurewitz(he used to play guitar and write lyrics for this band but he left to run his Record Label--epitaph)
Still BR crank out tight nuggets of punk while Gregg Graffin sings melodic punk-style lyrics that are critical, stark, to the point and you may need a dictionary for but always compell you to think. the songs themselves are part punk but do mix in a variety of other styles to spice up the soup.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Not the best but still good Oct. 1 2003
Format:Audio CD
Okay This CD has more good songs than bad, i have no idea why everyone hates it. Sure spirit shine, victory, streets of america, the gray race, and empty causes arent that great, but all cds have them. and for those who gave it 5 stars and said it was the best, wrong. Not every song is an anthem, and without bretts lyrics the lyrics are some what lacking.
This is an overall great CD with some of there best songs. Actually my favorite song is off this CD, Pity the dead, but i like the tested version better. If you want the best cd ever get tested.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Something is missing Aug. 3 2003
Format:Audio CD
I'm a huge Bad Religion fan and I love the fact that they are maturing and always evolving. I understand that Bad Religion did not make their best music in 1988 or 1989 and anyone who think that is an idiot. But this album is definately a career low for the band, to me anyway. I just don't think Greg was used to being in control, and plus I think Ric Ocasek might have something to do with it. Anyway, that being said, the album is a must have for any die-hard Bad Religion fan, but I don't recommend it for anyone trying to get into them.
1. The Gray Race (10/10) excellent start to the album.
2. Them And Us (7/10) used on the Video Game Crazy Taxi I think
3. A Walk (6/10) This one is played at Anaheim Angel's games
4. Parallel (6/10)
5. Punk Rock Song (9/10) Melodic, catchy and the lyrics are great.
6. Empty Causes (8/10)
7. Nobody Listens (8/10)
8. Pity The Dead (10/10) Quite possibly the strongest of the album, it's a great song.
9. Spirit Shine (6/10)
10. The Streets Of America (8/10) Kind of a repetitive riff.
11. Ten In 2010 (8/10) Also on Crazy Taxi
12. Victory (7/10)
13. Drunk Sincerity (10/10) One of my favorite's by the band.
14. Come Join Us 10/10)
15. Cease (10/10)
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3.0 out of 5 stars Some great songs but some stinkers as well.....
One of the great things about Bad Religions previous three albums (Generator, Stranger Than Fiction, Recipe For Hate) was that every song was listenable if not great. Read more
Published on Aug. 2 2003 by Surface to Air Missle
4.0 out of 5 stars An album led just by Greg Graffin
I liked how Greg Graffin took control in this album...cuz it's a pretty good album,with anthemic songs and a pretty good song writing and artwork.... Read more
Published on Feb. 5 2003 by N. Humar
5.0 out of 5 stars Just get it...
This seems to be the Bad Religion CD everyone likes to bash, but in reality it's pretty good. I think many people just assume that since it's one of the 3 albums done without... Read more
Published on Oct. 8 2002 by Jeema
5.0 out of 5 stars This rocks like your mother
TGR is BR best album coming from a person who owns them all (apart from Recipe for Hate and Against the Grain)Many BR fans may say this is one of their worst albums (because of the... Read more
Published on April 18 2002 by Almo
2.0 out of 5 stars it just doesnt compare
what happened? Bad Religion all of a sudden became cheezy on this album. There is no mr brett which sucks. THe only good songs on here are pity the dead and streets of america. Read more
Published on April 1 2002 by Chris Warne
5.0 out of 5 stars Incredible album...
This is quite possibly my favorite CD. Every song on this album could be on a Bad Religion greatest hits CD. Read more
Published on Jan. 15 2002 by nousefouraname
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