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The Streets Of America - Bad Religion - The Gray Race (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ The Streets Of America - Bad Religion - The Gray Race (CD, Album)

  1. Gukazahn says:
    The Streets of America Lyrics: Desolate and without purpose / Radiating from so many septic sources / Forming the fabric of a wayward people / Disappearing as the vestiges of our past / Scratched.
  2. Akinolabar says:
    The album was the band's first commercial success, reaching number 87 on the Billboard , and receiving gold certifications from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and Music Canada. Three singles from the album reached the Billboard Alternative Songs (then the Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart) top
  3. Gozahn says:
    Apr 13,  · First release date: February 27, The ninth studio album from Bad Religion. It was the follow-up to the band's highly successful album Stranger Than Fiction. The Gray Race reached number 56 in the Billboard Top /5().
  4. Nikohn says:
    The Gray Race Them And Us A Walk Parallel Punk Rock Song Empty Causes Nobody Listens Pity The Dead Spirit Shine The Streets Of America Ten In Victory Drunk.
  5. Bataur says:
    The New America is the eleventh studio album by punk band Bad nitabtaitlinanprevtoiphilneytegoppa.xyzinfo was released in and is their last album (to date) on Atlantic Records.. The New America is also Bad Religion's last album with Bobby Schayer on drums. Though not yet credited as a member of the band, then-former and now-current guitarist Brett Gurewitz co-wrote and played guitar on the song "Believe It".
  6. Torr says:
    It is the band's first studio album to feature guitarist Mike Dimkich and drummer Jamie Miller, replacing Greg Hetson and Brooks Wackerman respectively, and the first one to be produced by Carlos de la Garza, thus ending their collaboration with Joe Barresi, who had produced, mixed or engineered every Bad Religion album since 's The Empire Strikes First; Barresi did, however, mix "The Kids Are .
  7. Muk says:
    Losing such an awesome talent would cripple most groups. Fortunately, the other writer, extraordinary vocalist Greg Graffin, remains. He too has penned so many of Bad Religion's most memorable songs, and one can now add a bunch from Gray Race to this list. Moreover, this LP shows why it's an enormous relief this band survives and still prospers Price: $

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