The second Bad Religion release on Atlantic, and their ninth overall. The album marked the start in many BR fans eyes, of the three album slump due to the loss of song writer and lead guitarist Brett Guerwitz along with the end of their time on Epitaph.
However in my own opinion it's a fantastic album with four great singles such as 'A Walk'
'Ten In 2010' 'Punk Rock Song' and 'The Streets Of America'.
As usual lyricist Greg Graffin covers many social ills with philosiphical themes, never once shying away
from his wide vocabulary.
The album ranges from fast up beat, catchy, harmony rich tracks such as 'Come Join Us' to slower,
less pop orientated but just as catchy tracks such as 'Streets Of America'.
My personal rating for this masterpiece is an 8/10.
Released on February 27th 1996.
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