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BAD RELIGION CHARTS NEW TERRITORY ON DELUXE VERSION OF NEW MAPS OF HELL

Punk Veteran's First-Ever Deluxe Release In Stores Now

The revered punk band Bad Religion has reissued 2007's acclaimed New Maps of Hell with expanded features and bonus material. Lifelong dissenters and noted critics of the current administration (2004's the Empire Strikes First was a direct ... Read more in Amazon's Bad Religion Store

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  • Audio CD (9 May 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Euro Parrot
  • ASIN: B00004S83M
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 158,804 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Product Description

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

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 29 May 2008
Format: Audio CD
I got this CD when I was in school and I still listen to it now and then! Really thats all that needs to be said, some great tracks, the highly underated Hopeless Housewive and Don't Sell Me Short are fantastic and most the songs are good. It's got a softer BR feel but then sometimes thats what you want... so great stuff!

Don't expect any moshpit classics and you wont be dissapointed!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By F.Dawson on 11 Jan 2008
Format: Audio CD
again i think this release is going nowhere fast...sony obviously forcing out under par albums..wrong thing signing for sony
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By Jonny on 30 Jun 2012
Format: Audio CD
In a back catalogue as extensive as Bad Religion's, it is inevitable that some albums will be overlooked. This one seems to suffer not merely that, but a bad reputation as one of the worst. Coming hot on the heels of the ultra-mediocre "No Substance", that is perhaps understandable. But this album not only soundly trounces the one that came before it, it actually stands very respectably in a body of work that includes classics such as "Generator", "Suffer" and the renaissance album "The Process of Belief".

The music is a bit of a departure. Songs are slower, and a less frenetic pace is set throughout the album. I like this. The music strikes me as mature. Bad Religion are here showing they can dial back the speed and lock into a mid-tempo groove and still remain interesting and enjoyable. The lyrics, too, show a thematic difference from the politically-charged majority of their work. Here the focus is really the social, not the political. The title track calls for a mass change of consciousness, rather than any political upheaval. Again, "You've Got a Chance" (an unusually uplifting number from the band who wrote "What Can You Do?" and "No Control") urges the listener to take their life in their own hands and make a difference for themselves. On a couple of tracks the focus is even on the personal, influenced no doubt by singer Greg Graffin's divorce around this time. "1000 Memories" is a great track, and the change in lyrical focus seems, on the album as a whole and this track in particular, to have refreshed Greg and given him the energy to write much more compelling lyrics than the rather tiresome polemic of the last album.

Overall, this is an album I find myself coming back to lately rather more than I have in recent years.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Shrew on 27 Nov 2007
Format: Audio CD
Definately the worst BR album. A dark time in the history of the band and it shows. Lyrics and music both suffer terribly and most tracks seem very much half-assed. BR are my favourite band in the world and when i heard this i was massively dissappointed. All subsequent albums are absolutely fantastic and a beautiful return to form. As punk albums in general go, this is a turkey. definately their worst.
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1 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "vimtomonkey" on 27 Sep 2003
Format: Audio CD
A lot of people say that this album is one of the worst Bad Religion albums but it is one of my favourites.

It starts of with 'You've Got A Chance' (8/10) which is a really good song. Other great songs on this album are 'It's a Long Way to the Promise Land' (7/10),title track 'New America' (9/10), '1000 Memories' (8/10), 'I Love My Computor' (7/10), 'The Hopeless Housewife' (8/10), 'Let It Burn' (8/10) and 'Queen of the 21st Century' (9/10). The best songs off this album are clearly 'New America' and 'Queen of the 21st Century' but the others are almost as addictive.
The only bad songs are 'Whisper In Time' (5/10) and 'Don't Sell Me Short' (4/10). I would give every other song 6/10 because they are good but not brilliant.
I like this album because it sticks to the Bad Religion formula
even though this is why it received a lot of criticism. If you like Bad Religion or any of the Epitaph punk bands than you have to buy this album and its a bargain at only 6 quid.
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