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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 (4 Feb. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: CD+DVD, Deluxe Edition, Limited Edition
  • Label: Epitaph
  • ASIN: B0018S0YZE
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 201,012 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. 52 Seconds
2. Heroes & Martyrs
3. Germs of Perfection
4. New Dark Ages
5. Requiem for Dissent
6. Before You Die
7. Honest Goodbye
8. Dearly Beloved
9. Grains of Wrath
10. Murder
See all 23 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Complete concert performance from the House Of Blues
2. Documentary footage of Brett and Greg recording 7 acoustic tracks
3. Music videos for "Honest Goodbye" and "New Dark Ages"
4. Footage of "the making of" the New Maps Of Hell album

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Bad Religion New Maps Of Hell (Limited Edition/+DVD)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Guitar Coward on 8 Jan. 2008
Format: Audio CD
As a big fan of bad religion I was quite keen to hear this album, especially after reading good reviews and being told by my friend that it was excellent. Perhaps it's just the weight of expectation distorting my view, but having listened to the album 4 or 5 times over the last couple of days at the necessary loud volume I must admit to being quite disappointed.

For me it has the feel of an album designed by a focus group; what do we need? We need a few hardcore tracks at the beginning for old-school credibility. A couple of slower radio-friendly alternative rock songs, generally keep the tempos quite fast and plenty of oozin aahs because everyone loves Bad Religion's backing harmonies. It feels like an album dumbed down a bit to appeal to as many people as possible.

There are a few specific problems I have with this album, first of all there just simply isn't one great track on the album. As mentioned I've listened to this album a few times over the last couple of days and I can't actually remember any of them. The album just seems like a mix of decent, but not essential Bad Religion. There's no immediate classic like a Generator or American Jesus. The only memorable song perhaps is New Dark Ages, but mainly because it happens to be cheesy as hell, although the band's conviction does sell it to some extent.

Secondly I don't think the album is particularly well-produced. With the 3 guitars well-miked it has a good heavy feel to it, apart from that though it's not exactly subtely made. There aren't any cool bass lines, only a couple of guitar solos, none of which added anything to the song and the use of backing vocals is pretty heavy-handed, perhaps the heavyness of the guitars made it difficult to add in the subtle harmonies as they get lost a bit in the mix.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By The 4 String Paradox on 5 July 2007
Format: Audio CD
If you're looking for something new, different from other Bad Religion albums, then you should maybe switch to another band, cause this album is as much classical BR as it can be, apart maybe for two or three tracks that explore rarely visited ground for the band.

As for me, when I want to hear experimental music or bands that try to break through new undiscovered grounds, I'll turn around and listen to different bands. If I want to hear fast, very melodic punk I can sing along with, I always turn to BR first.

So I'm very pleased with this release since this is what I was looking for, and this is how I like my BR. Yes, it is repetitive of older material, but which BR album isn't? Even their "No Substance" album, if much slower overall, does not depart very much from what the band has done before.

So, this album has very great tracks in my opinion that would make it on my BR alltime best of. "Heroes and matyrs", "New Dark Ages", "Requiem for dissent", "Before you die", "dearly beloved", " Grains of wrath", "Scrutiny" and "Lost Pilgrim", were instant classics for me.

As for the other tracks, they're not to be forgotten as well and are very melodic, but not as much to my taste (at least, I did'nt get hooked the first time).

So overall, I really had a great moment listening to the first 2/3 of the album, but the last part is somehow weaker and less addictive BR (except the tracks I mentionned). It feels as if the "fillers" were all lined up at the end of the album. For example, "Murder" is a violent and very fast track, which I usually like, but here it feels out of place as if they didnt know where to put it and just dropped it there.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mr. M. Leek on 17 July 2007
Format: Audio CD
It is sad that a few reviewers have planted the seed of 'repeated material' and now every single review reproduces this idea. All I can say is THIS IS BAD RELIGION and, in the humble opinion of this reviewer, this album is superb. Almost every track struck me as wonderful from the very first listen (this never happened with The Empire Strikes First). As with all albums, there may be one or two weaker tracks but in comparison to songs like 'Empire Strikes First' and 'Beyond Electric Dreams' (two of the worst BR songs I have ever heard) every song on New Maps Of Hell is great. Everyone has described the end of the album as weak but 'Prodigal Son', 'Lost Pilgrim', and 'Fields Of Mars' are classic tracks. Bad Religion are legends, this album is an aggressive and solid album and I am truly grateful that they are still producing such magic well into their forties.

If you desire a different sound then please buy Greg Graffin's 'Cold As The Clay' (another magical album in its own right).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By petran p. on 12 Sept. 2007
Format: Audio CD
i've listened some many times b.r new album and the same thing came to my mind.....ok...great album - their punk attidute is back again with the genuine form that the band like when they were young and passioned......although there are some hit-tracks the band is growing up by recording the same sound over and over again....i really enjoyed the greg' solo album...great acoustic and electric folk blues-rock.....that album was five stars!for those who just listen to punk rock music is what u want...for the others who grew up all these years with the band and expect something more mature and more risking ...enjoy it and go on. petran blacklikesadness@gmail.com
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