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No Control (Bad Religion album). No Control is the fourth album by American punk rock band Bad Religion, released on November 2, 1989 through Epitaph Records. Bad Religion began work on the album while touring in support of its previous album, Suffer (1988). No Control is stylistically faster than its predecessor, owing more to hardcore punk.
Change Of Ideas Big Bang No Control Sometimes I Feel Like Automatic Man I Want To Conquer The World Sanity Henchman It Must Look Pretty Appealing You Progress I Want Something More Anxiety Billy The World Wont Stop. AlbumsEpitaph RecordsNovember 2, 1989.
Released November 2, 1989. No Control Tracklist. 1. Change of Ideas Lyrics.
The fourth studio album from Bad Religion. No Control follows the band's comeback Suffer. It originally sold 12,000 copies, and eventually ended up selling 60,000, making this another one of Epitaph's best-selling records. Minor variations exist in some tracks. On the back sleeve of the CD and on the inlay of the LP, the fourth track is written as "Sometimes I Feel Like". However, on the CD, as well as on the print on the LP it is written as "Sometimes It Feels Like"
Bad Religion (at the time of this album): Vocals- Greg Graffin Lead Guitar- Mr Brett Rhythm Guitar- Greg Hetson Bass- Jay Bentley Drums- Pete Finestone. Change Of Ideas (0:55): The banging of the drums, begins this album, and the listener is thrown straight into the furious sound of Change Of Ideas. Clocking in at under a minute, many would wonder how this time frame could contain a song. This is answered, as the song contains all the makings of a good song, killer melodies, a good beat, and a great chorus. No Control (1:47): This song starts with the similar drum beat that all punk fans are used to, but changes during the verses. The chorus to this song contains some great vocal melodies that mix in well the guitars. Towards the end of the song, the song slows down to a drum roll, then straight after this bursts straight back into a chorus, and some great vocal melodies present themselves to the listener.
The discography of Bad Religion, an American punk rock band, consists of 17 studio albums, two live albums, four compilation albums, one box set, two extended plays (EPs), 29 singles, five video albums and 25 music videos. Formed in Los Angeles, California in 1980, the band originally featured vocalist Greg Graffin, guitarist Brett Gurewitz, bassist Jay Bentley and drummer Jay Ziskrout, who released their self-titled debut EP in February 1981 on Gurewitz's label Epitaph Records.
Album · 1989 · 15 Songs. 1989's No Control (remastered in 2004) is the zenith showcase for the watertight twin guitars of Brett Gurewitz (lead) and Greg Hetson, the yearning, melodic vocals of Greg Graffin, and the cynical lyrical exhortations they became known for. ("Don't be a henchman - stand on your laurels! Do what no one else does and praise the good of other me. ) The group's members have ebbed and flowed over the years, but this line-up (with Jay Bentley on bass and Pete Finestone on drums) was the epitome of a tight, focused, and impassioned Bad Religion.
|1||Change Of Ideas||0:55|
|4||Sometimes I Feel||1:34|
|6||I Want To Conquer The World||2:17|
|9||It Must Look Pretty Appealing||1:22|
|12||I Want Something More||0:47|
|15||The World Won't Stop||1:57|
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