Stranger Than Fiction
Download links and information about Stranger Than Fiction by Bad Religion. This album was released in 1994 and it belongs to Rock, Punk, Alternative genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 38:20 minutes.
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|2.||Leave Mine to Me||2:07|
|3.||Stranger Than Fiction||2:20|
|6.||Better Off Dead||2:38|
|10.||Hooray for Me||2:50|
|14.||What Is It||2:08|
|15.||21st Century (Digital Boy)||2:48|
A segment of its punk base cried foul when Bad Religion left Epitaph to sign with Atlantic for 1994’s Stranger Than Fiction, but there was no denying the newfound muscle in its music. Teamed with Andy Wallace—who'd mixed and engineered classic albums by Slayer, Nirvana, and Sepultura—Bad Religion made the brawniest album of its career. While the band had experimented with alternate forms of songcraft on 1992’s Generator and 1993’s Recipe for Hate, this major-label debut was more of a return to its punk roots, with almost every song delivered as a hot blast of intellectual ferocity. “Incomplete,” “Individual," and “Hooray for Me” perfected the notion of an ideal Bad Religion song: propulsive but upwardly moving, full of heartfelt sing-alongs for the brainy and angry alike. Rancid’s Tim Armstrong helped make “Television” a classic, while Pennywise’s Jim Lindberg showed up for “Marked,” strengthening Bad Religion’s connection to a younger generation of Epitaph bands. It ends with a beefy reprise of “21st Century (Digital Boy),” a 1990 Bad Religion single that felt utterly current when transplanted to the musical landscape of 1994.