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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 6, 2004)
  • Reis Rmst ed. edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Epitaph / Ada
  • ASIN: B0001JXPE8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (73 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,103 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Perfection. Snotty. Furious. High-minded. Vitriolic. Probably kick-started thousands of bands. And what perfect f^(king cover @rt. The lyrics to this hit you like a brick to the back of the head, but a brick that you have come to love and cherish.

"The masses are obsequious, contented in their sleep. The vortex of their minds ensconced within the murky deep."

"I don't know if the billions will survive but I'll believe in God when 1 and 1 are 5."

Awesome. Hells yes. Right before they started reinventing themselves on NO CONTROL and making the world's definitive hardcore album: "Against the Grain"... Before it all, there was this. Takes me back to high school, sitting in my mom's basement, listening to BR and consulting a dictionary for the big words.

I don't know you, punk- and I don't care how bad you may think BR have become over the course of the 90's (I stand by most of their releases): we can all put aside our differences and agree that this album is one of those rarities that makes life worthwhile.
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This CD is basically the So-Cal skate-punk blueprint and probably the best Bad Religion CD ever, period. Every track is loud, angry, straight-ahead, and catchy as heck. The most surprising thing, though, is that the subject matter of a lot of these songs seems almost more pertinent today than it was in 1988, in songs like "You Are the Government", "1000 More Fools", "What Can You Do?". Take a listen and hear for yourself...
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Always caring more about song craft than aggression, Bad Religion basically created So-Cal melodic punk/hardcore and without them, bands like AFI and Pennywise would simply not exist. Their sound, at the time, was totally unique. They managed to incorporate melodies and pop sensibilities with hyper-intelligent sociopolitical lyrics and blistering hardcore tempos. The result was divine, and it is shown in all its glory on Suffer, the best and quintessential Bad Religion record.
The album starts off with "You are (the government)" and doesn't slow down from there. Tracks like "1000 more fools", "Suffer", "When?", and "Do what you want" will keep you coming back to Suffer for more. Bad Religion (and this album), as suggested in my title, are what I like to call the perfect median between pop-punk and hardcore. If you like Black Flag and Minor Threat, you'll like this (unless you're a die-hard hardcore fan and don't like anything more melodic and "softer" than the aforementioned). At the same time, if you like Millencolin, NOFX, and other 90s pop-punk bands, you'll like this (unless you really, really like that "funny" punk or songs about girls). Personally, I can't stand any 90s pop-punk, but I'd assume that Suffer is something that a fan of it will like. This album can put lyrics like, "I don't know if the billions will survive, but, I'll believe in God when 1 and 1 are 5" and "The masses of humanity will always have to suffer" into fast, hard, but very intelligent and melodic songs. This is an extremely accessible album, but, at the same time, never gets old.
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This is the first installment of the revamped Bad Religion after a 2 or 3 year hiatus. It's combined the early sounds of HOW COULD HELL BE ANY WORSE? and the later more melodic BACK TO THE KNOWN. Many people say that this is the best Bad Religion record and most of their 90's worked sucked. I disagree entirely, this is a band just starting to get it's stride, and it in no way compares to the musicianship of GENERATOR or STRANGER THAN FICTION. But all in all this is an incredible album, especially if you are a big fan of punk rock (which I am not), this along with the first ramones LP, Sex Pistols: NEVER MIND THE BOLLOCKS, the OPIV LP, DAMAGED by Black Flag, and anything by the Dead Kennedys. This is one of those albums that you can't be a punk rocker and not own.
1. You Are (The Government) 9/10
2. 1000 More Fools (10/10)
3. How Much Is Enough? (9/10)
4. When? (8/10)
5. Give You Nothing (9/10)
6. Land of Competition (8/10)
7. Forbidden Beat (10/10) One of the best BR songs ever.
8. Best for You (10/10)
9. Suffer (9/10)
10. Delirium of Disorder (9/10)
11. Part II (The Numbers Game) (8/10)
12. What Can You Do? (10/10) Very melodic, fastpaced, perfect.
13. Do What You Want (10/10) Short & sweet. The first BR song that I ever listened to, it got me hooked.
14. Part IV (The Index Fossil) (10/10)
15. Pessimistic Lines (10/10)
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Amazing album. Groundbreaking punk rock. Greg Graffin is a lyrical genius. The amount Bad Religion improved from How Could Hell Be Any Worse to Suffer is astounding. Every track is like an orgasm for the ears, but my personal favorites are You Are the Government, 1000 More Fools, How Much is Enough, When, Best For You, Suffer, and Do What You Want. Some mentally inferior classmates of mine always ask me how I know all these big words, and I think NOFX sums it up best: "I bought Suffer, and then I bought a thesaurus" While some bands may sound pretentious and arrogant using such a range of vocabulary in addition to their strong political statements, but Bad Religion pulls it off perfectly. Read for yourself:

Hey sit down and listen and they'll tell you when you're wrong.

Eradicate but vindicate as "progress" creeps along.

Puritan work ethic maintains its subconscious edge

As Old Glory maintains your consciousness.

I heard them say that the meek shall reign on earth,

Phantasmal myriads of sane bucolic birth.

I've seen the rapture in a starving baby's eyes,

Inchoate beatitude, the Lord of the Flies.

And that's just from 2 tracks. Trust me, Suffer is well worth your money. If you buy one Bad Religion CD, let this be it.
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