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  • CD (9 mai 2000)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00004SW60
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.5 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (2 commentaires client)
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Disque : 1

  1. You've Got A Chance
  2. It's A Long Way To The Promise Land
  3. A World Without Melody
  4. New America
  5. 1000 Memories
  6. A Streetkid Named Desire
  7. Whisper In Time
  8. Believe It
  9. I Love My Computer
  10. The Hopeless Housewife
  11. There Will Be A Way
  12. Let It Burn
  13. Don't Sell Me Short

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Par Un client le 21 juillet 2004
Format: CD
Les puristes ne seront pas d'accord avec moi mais cette album est tres bon,c'est vrai il n'est pas aussi bien que les albums sortient entre suffer et recipate for hate, il est moin agressif plus poppy, mais ca reste du bad religion quand meme, on les reconnaient des les premieres note, et la voie de greg graffin est toujours aussi fabuleuse.
ce n'est pas un indispensable de bad religion mais il est tres sympa a ecouté!, et peut etre plus accessible pour les amateurs de pop punk
allé 5 etoiles pour lui donner un petit coup de pousse
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Par Toto Lolo le 15 mai 2013
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Même si ça n'est pas leur meilleur album, tous fan de Bad Religion se doit de l'écouter!!
Ca passe tout seul!!
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Keep an open mind.. 11 mai 2000
Par Adam - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I've had this CD for over a month, in the form of MP3's. Illegal, maybe, unethical yes, so sue me.
Anyway, this is just to establish the fact that I am not just an excited BR fan who bought the album yesterday or today, rushed home and gave it five stars without a second thought. I've thought about this.
It seems that some BR fans, such as huttonb@home.com, are expecting No Control or Against the Grain or Suffer to be rereleased year after year after year. If that's the kind of fan you are, stay away from this album.
However, if you're looking for amazing harmonies, phenomenal melodies and great instrumentals, this is THE CD to buy. Not only that, but Greg's lyrics are impressive (as usual) and have more of an uplifting tone to them, which I rather enjoyed. He also seems to be better dealing with being the band's lone songwriter.. much better than he did on No Substance, at the very least. Of course, there is some classic Bad Religion ferocity - check out Don't Sell Me Short, The Hopeless Housewife, 1000 Memories, etc. Great songs. Naturally, the others are too!
BUT: Frankly I didn't like the album much at all the day I got it. However, I listened, and much like Rancid's latest, NOFX's SLATFATS, and even the new No Use For a Name CD, it grew on me. A lot. It's definitely a LOT better than No Substance, and I put it on par with the Gray/Grey Race, which is one of my favorite BR albums. One of my favorite albums, period, actually.
In short, this is an amazing album, and it shows a lot of maturity & progression musically and lyrically from the boys. They've been one of my favorite bands for a while, and this amazing (have I said amazing enough yet?) record does nothing to deter that. Approach this album with an open mind, give it a few listens, (and ignore the silly song titles) and I guarantee you'll love it. Or, you know, I'll have to kill you.
Oh, and for those of you preoccupied with this sort of stuff, my favorite tracks are Don't Sell Me Short (best song on the disc IMHO), A Streetkid Named Desire (which sounds kinda Brett-ish to me), Believe It, and Let It Burn. Great release. Easy five stars.
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BR's Best Work. 17 mai 2000
Par John Gaucher - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Definately the most well-written Bad Religion album. I just can't stop listening to this. I've been into BR for a while now, and I own all of their albums. I love Suffer, No Control, etc., and even though this isn't their fastest one, it's definately the heaviest. This is mostly because of the heavy guitar riffs, and Bobby's amazing drumming, but what really stands out on this album is Greg's voice. It's stronger than ever, and really gets you going! All of the songs stand out for me, especially A Streetkid Named Desire (I had that mp3 a month before the album came out, and I still can't stop listening to it), You've Got A Chance, New America (We Are The New America, Wa-oh, Wa-oh!), 1000 Memories, which holds a lot of meaning to me, Believe It, which Brett co-wrote and played guitar in, The Hopeless Housewife with an amazingly explosive chorus, and Don't Sell Me Short, which is probably BR's most upbeat and heaviest song, it's simply 4 minutes of thrashing, head-through-the-ceiling punk. I listen to a lot of different music, and this album is probably the best one I've ever heard. Triumphant, Greg Graffin style intelligent lyrics that get you thinking, but, for a change, in a less-depressing way. I've been listening to this album non-stop for a week now..JUST BUY IT ALREADY!
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Don't listen to the idiots giving this disc a bad review. 30 juillet 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
If there's one thing that I cannot stand related to this style of music, it's the "Punker than thou" punks. I'm talking about the people who chastised the past few NOFX albums. I'm talking about the people who broke up the Descendents. I'm talking about the people who made Green Day afraid to play a show from 1998 to 1999. And yes, you guessed it, I'm talking about the same idiots (who must have the attention span of a tadpole) giving this Bad Religion CD a bad review. Don't listen to them. Allright, It's not Suffer or No Control. I'll give you that. But comparing it to Recipe for Hate or the Gray Race, that's just being deaf, blind, and stupid! For a Bad Religion album, it's better than average, but for an album such as this to come out in this day and age, we should all be willing to donate a kidney to Greg Graffin for giving the world some lyrical skill in the midst of all of the teen pop and Korn wannabees. Anyway, about the album, It starts off strong and ends strong. At no point on this album does the world's most influential punk band dissapoint me. I love "The New America," "Don't Sell Me Short," and "You've Got a Chance." Pick up this disc and spread the word to your friends that punk isn't dead. If you first heard of Bad Religion when you saw them with Blink-182, this album isn't for you. First pick up Suffer, Against the Grain, and No Control. But, for the loyal Bad Religion fans, pick up this CD and give it a chance.
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At Least This Would End The Slump 17 mars 2006
Par LeftManOut - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Probably being Bad Religion's most controversial release of their career, "The New America" is the album that almost put the nail in the group's coffin. Honestly I've listened to this album hundreds of times. I've tried to give it every possible chance I could to somehow see the genius in it, just like I've done for "The Grey Race" and "No Substance". But no matter how many times I listen to this album, I still arrive at the same conclusion; This is by far Bad Religion's worst release. Now before going off and getting upset, there's plenty of legitimate and justifiable reasons as to why this album is bad. For a band of this standard (probably one of the greatest, if not the greatest, punk bands of modern music) this album is just not up to par. Although I give them plenty of credit for releasing this (hey it had been 19 years since they had put out their first album "How Could Hell Be Any Worse?"), there's no way I can honestly say that this sounds like it should have come from an amazing band like Bad Religion.

A brief history note first:
Bad Religion's career can basically be separated into four distinct eras. First there is their beginning which housed anything they released before their brief breakup and then reuniting (anything that was released before "Suffer"). Next there is their prime, which saw them release a string of unbelievably good releases ("Suffer", "No Control", "Against The Grain", "Generator" and "Recipe For Hate"). Following you have their post-Brett period which showcased three below-average-for-this-band quality albums ("The Grey Race", "No Substance" and this record "The New America"), and finally the current era which now has them reunited with Brett and has seen two great pieces of music ("The Process Of Belief" and "The Empire Strikes First"). Of course there are albums which fall out of these four respected divisions (Their compilations and various EPs and "Stranger Than Fiction" which was their transition album from "Recipe For Hate" (prime era) to "The Grey Race" (not so good era)).

"The New America" was the last of three mediocre albums from Bad Religion. Compared to anything the band put out in their "Suffer" era, this album feels totally recycled and contrived. The songs themselves hold no real substance and seem to drag on much past their relevance, even when they're only three minutes. I swore I heard better versions of these songs on previous releases. For a band which was known for great guitar solos, powerful melodies and insightful lyrics, you'd never guess it. While there are a few good tracks ("You've Got A Chance", "1000 Memories" and "Don't Sell Me Short"), most everything here is slow and boring. The passion that embodied previous releases is all but gone, and for sake of sounding over-critical the band really does sound like they were ready to throw in the towel. In the past Bad Religion were known prominently for their distinct political messages and views on free-thinking and religion, but this time around the lyrics are all but stale (and of considerably lesser quality than anything written previously). Not to mention Greg seems terribly uninterested in singing them. His voice used to have a certain presence to it, but now it just feels like he's going through the motions (much like the rest of the band), almost like "ok let's do another album, here's my vocals". Look at "Whisper In Time" or the god awful "I Love My Computer" and try to tell me different. Also there's a terrible use of the backing vocals that have always made Bad Religion's music so great.

There are plenty of reasons which could be attributed to why these things make this album bad. One could argue Bad Religion had simply run out of ideas, and no longer possessed the same intensity and passion for writing music that they did on their earlier releases. However the following record "Process of Belief" totally destroys that theory. It could also be said that the label (Atlantic) had a hand in this and changed the band's sound. Too bad they were dropped shortly after this record hit the shelves. The simplest explanation was simply that they were in a slump after parting ways with Brett (who left the band to manage his record label Epitaph primarily). If you look at their last album with Brett, "Stranger Than Fiction" and their first one after reuniting with him, "The Process Of Belief", this seems to be the most logical explanation. The three albums that fell in between these two releases are anything but memorable and show just how much the band suffered from Brett's departure.

Now I understand that Bad Religion are no longer in this slump (just listen to "Process Of Belief"), but that doesn't make this album any better. "The New America" is totally forgettable, and almost laughable at times. Not laughing in the good way though, laughing in the way that you can't believe you spent money on it. Aside from the 3 or 4 good songs, you have an album more or less compiled of "No Substance" and "The Grey Race" b-sides (or so it feels like) and that's not a good thing. Even if I had never heard another Bad Religion release, I still wouldn't change my view on this record. Boring music is boring music. Period. While I have the utmost respect for this band and what they do, and they still are one of my highest regarded and favorite groups, "The New America" is simply not up to standards. If you are looking for something from these guys, check out anything from "Suffer" to "Recipe For Hate" first. If you must, sample "The New America" sparingly. While it may not be anything to write home about, at least it paved the way for Bad Religion to return back to Epitaph and release the phenomenal "Process Of Belief". For that reason I guess it serves some purpose. Otherwise avoid.
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A New Turn For Bad Religion 14 juin 2000
Par Andrew Jackson Murphy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The New America is rife with hard-hitting punk sounds, lyrical catchiness, amazing production, and some sort of optimism which is new for Bad Religion. Songs such as "You've Got a Chance", "New America", and "There Will Be A Way" explore the possiblities which do in fact lie in the hands of daily American life. While maintaining their usual call to activism, Bad Religion embraces a progressively optimistic examination of the current American situation. For those lovers of their traditional sarcastic/ironic take on American life, tracks such as "My Computer" should satisfy. A must listen for the individual who is willing to explore what the modern punk movement can be about.
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