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  • CD (6 avril 2004)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Titres bonus, Enregistrement original remasterisé, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B0001JXP98
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (2 commentaires client)
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Disque : 1

  1. Generator
  2. Too Much To Ask
  3. Direction
  4. Tomorrow
  5. Two Babies In The Dark
  6. Heaven Is Falling
  7. Atomic Garden
  8. The Answer
  9. Fertile Crescent
  10. Chimaera
  11. Only Entertainment
  12. Bonus Tracks: Fertile Crescent
  13. Bonus Track: Heaven Is Falling

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3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Un client le 31 janvier 2003
Format: CD
Generator n'est peut-être pas le meilleur album de Bad Religion, mais il est un point sur lequel ce disque s'impose par rapport aux autres : l'originalité ! Bad Religion est décidemment un groupe à part dans le milieu Punk. Brett Gurewitz est au meilleur de sa forme et nous sort des riffs intraitables du début à la fin. Le style de Bad Religion est unique, et encore plus sur "Generator" !
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2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Wonderlab le 15 novembre 2003
Format: CD
C'est ainsi que commence la premiere chanson de ce lp.
Et c'est vrai que c'est un gros cailloux dans la marre du Punk Hardcore Melo de l'epoque. La musique "Toumta-Toumta" comme certains l'appelent (faisant reference au cote binaire de la batterie) etait en train de s'enliser dans une uniformite inquietante. Et la "plouf" les ancetres du genre te balance une grosse caillasse. Tres tres bon album. C'est le lp de BR que j'ecoute le plus. Note : si vous aimez BR cherchez donc les LP de MegaCity4 ou SenselessThings.
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25 internautes sur 27 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
The best album overall 2 juin 2003
Par Sannah Zay - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
When it comes to Bad Religion albums, everyone has their own idea of what the best album is. Most people tend to like their earliest stuff, and these tend to be those who have been long-time fans from the beginning. Not many at all prefer most of their latest stuff, perhaps mainly because the band was not "whole" at times (I think the band needs both Brett and Greg to achieve their best potential).
This album marked a kind of transition for the band, and falls in between. Although they have always been great lyricists, on this album they tone down the freneticism of their music so that the lyrics can take center stage. And they couldn't have done it at a better time, given that the most poetic lyrics they have ever written appear on this album. Even with this, the music doesn't suffer but takes on a new quality that I actually prefer to their older stuff.
The best song ever written by Bad Religion is on this album, and it is the title track "Generator." This is the most beautiful punk poem ever written about God... and it is an intensely personal account. With all of their screaming in the past about questioning everything and not believing in anything, this song reveals a desire to believe in something... perhaps that there really is a foundation to our existence, although we can't see it directly. As an agnostic philosopher myself, I can relate to every word in these lyrics... whether or not you can convince yourself to believe in anything through reason, there is always the desire and the emotion that is often-times impossible to ignore.
Another great song is "The Answer," perhaps their most honest and straightforward presentation of their attitude and life philosophy. It also closely matches my own thinking.
Aside from these songs, the entire album simply flows. The vocals are superior to other albums and have mysteriously soothing quality that seems to be missing from other albums. The songs actually sound like they belong together, as if it were Bad Religion's first attempt at an "album" instead of a collection of songs.
It is pure genius in my opinion how all of these aspects came together to create this work of art. Perhaps I am biased because of how the lyrics relate to me personally, but I believe this is Bad Religion's most brutally honest and heartfelt effort, and it is definitely reflected in the quality of the album as a whole.
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Maybe not the best by Bad Religion, but my personal favorite 30 janvier 2003
Par Robert Moore - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
One of the things I have learned about Bad Religion is that while their fans might love a half dozen or so of their albums, no one album stands are most admirers' favorite. I'm not sure that GENERATOR is their best album, but there is no Bad Religion album that I have enjoyed more over the years.
Bad Religion isn't for everyone. They are intensely leftist politically, overtly moralistic, and highly intelligent. I would bet cold hard cash that they are the only band in rock history to use the word "senescence" in a lyric. They are definitely a "message" band, and the message is: beware false prophets. They do want to raise people's consciousness, and definitely take political stands, as in "Operation Rescue," on another album, where they blast the anti-choice movement. But in a world where distressingly often people are apathetic or disinterested, it is refreshing to hear a band that so passionately opposes all forms of bad religion (not to be taken in a strictly religious sense).
But none of this would matter if Bad Religion wasn't also an absolutely superb rock band. They have a huge number of utterly first-rate songs, are a fantastically tight band, and exude almost overwhelming energy in their live shows. They aren't as well known as they deserve to be, but it might not just be a case of the record companies not promoting them sufficiently: it just wouldn't be in the spirit of the band to try to become an arena act.
This album contains many of my favorite Bad Religion songs, including the superb "The Answer," which I notice is available here as an MP3 download (get it now!). Probably no single song sums up their musical superiority and the moral sensibilities of the song.
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The proof that slower CAN be better 21 janvier 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Generator has received a lot of bad press and from many BR fans who were disappointed about its slower, less catchy style. And I can understand why, in a way. certainly it's not as instantly likeable as Against the Grain, as frenetic as No Control or as angry as Suffer, but it's actually my favourite Bad Religion album. It is much slower and more reflective than their previous albums, but this isn't necessarily a bad thing. It shifts the focus more onto the lyrics, which are the best the band have written before or since. Only Entertainment, Chimaera and No Direction are stunning social comments from Greg Graffin, whilst Brett's lyrics are concerned less with attacking religion on this album, leaning intead towards darker, more mysterious numbers such as Generator and Two Babies in the Dark. All in all, the less angry approach helps to give the songs more impact, and they are guaranteed to get you thinking. Musically, it's just as accomplished as the other efforts, with the slower pace providing ample opportunity for some superb solos (check out the fade out on Generator). Perhaps not the best album to start on, but once you're familiar with the others, give this a go with an open mind...
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Totally blown away 8 août 2000
Par American Jesus - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This album was the first punk album I ever listened to. Before this I assumed, like many, that punk was a musical style that was for the dumb and disenchanted who had little else to do but rebel against nothing. I was wrong. I heard this album and I was totally blown away and instantly addicted to Bad Religion. The music is incredible. The band displays their unparalled ablility to make hard, fast, yet very harmonic and catchy music. This album is also a perfect example of the genius of the songwriters Greg Graffin and Mr. Brett. (Remember, Graffin has a PhD from Cornell.) The lyrics are very politically conscious and extremely intelligent. Make sure that if you listen to any Bad Religion CD that you have a dictionary near by because the vocabulary of this band is unparalled by any other. This band is the epitome of punk and a paragon of intelligence, and this album definitely displays the talents of this incredible band.
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I love it 15 juillet 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
If you're looking for brainless, angry punk like Sex Pistols or the Misfits, this is not the CD for you. HOwever, if you want an AMAZING, solid, ingenious punk album with a great sound, then this is definetly it. This CD will never get boring to you, and it will also make you think alot.
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