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Bad Religion

Process of Belief

Epitaph / Ada 86635.1

Released on January 22, 2002



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# Song Name Popularity
1 Supersonic Voted #3  17%
2 Prove It  3%
3 Can't Stop It  3%
4 Broken  3%
5 Destined For Nothing  0%
6 Materialist  0%
7 Lyoto Now!  3%
8 Sorrow Voted #1  23%
9 Epiphany Voted #2  23%
10 Evangeline  0%
11 The Defense  13%
12 The Lie  0%
13 You Don't Belong  10%
14 Bored & Extreamly Dangerous  0%
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Jerry from Palatine, IL 
Oct 14 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Bad Religion are my absolute favorite band of all time, in my eyes they can do no wrong. My appreciation for Bad Religion has caused me to grab whatever albums I can of theirs on vinyl because they’re all just so damn good. The Process Of Belief is no different. This album had such an exciting glow to it, they had just left Atlantic records to come back home to Epitaph records and even better Mr. Brett was back in the band providing his songwriting and producing once again. I was so excited and built up for this record and when it finally came out there was no disappointment at all. I must have listened to the CD nonstop from the moment I got it.

The songwriting here is so strong, the songs are fast and powerful, and the vocals are so catchy you’ll be singing along to them every time despite anyone who might be around you giving you a strange look. The only slight problem I had with the Process Of Belief was the last song, Bored & Extremely Dangerous, where the song stopped for the clocks to tick and alarm before starting back up again, I just thought that it wasn’t necessary at all. In conclusion, I love all my Bad Religion albums as if they were my children. Any Bad Religion fans should defiantly pick this one up on vinyl, it's well worth it.

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