he self-titled debut record from p unk rock supergroup Fake Names – which includes Brian Baker (Minor Threat, Dag Nasty, Bad Religion), Michael Hampton (S.O.A., Embrace, One Last Wish), Dennis Lyxzén (Refused, International Noise Conspiracy, INVSN), and J
Vinyl LP. Bad Religion's first record for a major label (Atlantic Records) opens with two guns blazing and doesn't stop firing until both sides of "Recipe for Hate" are played out. Battling it out for more than a decade in L.A.'s punk scene with their own
As Fat Mike put it, this was "the album to change everything". This ushered in the "modern" style of punk, which deeply influenced modern bands like [insert almost any punk band from the 90's SoCal scene].
Newly remastered, 1996's The Gray Race is Bad Religion's ninth full-length effort overall and follow-up to their highly successful 1994 album Stranger Than Fiction. Produced by The Cars' Ric Ocasek and the band's first record sans guitarist Brett Gurewit