Bad Religion: How Could Hell Be Any Worse 12"
For newer Bad Religion fans curious about their earlier work, the 1991 compilation 80-85 is highly recommended. As expected, the songs are a lot rawer than their later releases, but a lot of the same musical elements that would be perfected in the 1990s by the band (biting social commentary, melodic twists and turns) are present. Some fans consider this era "the real Bad Religion," as evidenced by such tracks as "Yesterday," "New Leaf," "Along the Way," and "Bad Religion."Tags: 80s hardcore reissues USHC