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Van Bad Religion naar jeugdherinneringen - Cover (983x1400)
Article | Magazine 7/30/2006 Dutch PDF/JPEG
No synopsis available
Source: Up Magazine #29 (July/ August 2006) (Netherlands)
With: Greg Graffin
Ox-Fanzine, no. 66, June 2006 - Cover (200x283)
Article | Magazine 6/1/2006 German
No synopsis available
Source: Ox-Fanzine, no. 66, June 2006 (Yugoslavia)
Rock & Roll Torchbearer - No image (200x283)
Article | Newspaper 4/19/2006 English
No synopsis available
Source: LA Weekly (United States)
With: Brett Gurewitz
Bad Religion Backstage Footage - Screenshot (397x291)
Article | Internet 1/1/2006 Video
Backstage footage from The Riot Special Edition. The footage includes some chats with Greg, Brett and Jay, a photo shoot with the band, Jay and Brett wrapping up the back drop, etc.
Source: The Riot DVD (2006) (United States)
With: Brett Gurewitz, Greg Graffin, Greg Hetson, Jay Bentley, Pete Finestone
Look Forward to 2004 - No image (397x291)
Article | Internet 8/1/2004 English
An article written by Jay Bentley.
Source: (Yugoslavia)
With: Jay Bentley
Bad Religion
Article | Newspaper 7/8/2004 English
No synopsis available
Source: The Georgia Straight, no. 1907, July 8, 2004 (Yugoslavia)
With: Jay Bentley
Article | Newspaper 6/30/2004 English
No synopsis available
Source: (Yugoslavia)
With: Brian Baker
Bad Religion and the dialectics of enlightenment - Cover (472x700)
Article | Magazine 5/1/2003 English
This article was originally published in German within TESTCARD #12 (an ambitioned journal for "pop-theory"). It's based on a discussion the author Oliver Uschmann had with Greg Graffin in January 2002, where he confronted Greg's optimistic "humanistic naturalism" and scientific positivism with the dark and sceptic "critical theory" and technological criticism of philosophers like GŁnther Anders, Theodor W., Adorno or David Noble.
Source: Testcard #12: Linke Mythen, p.102-109 (Yugoslavia)
The Soundtrack for the Present - Ten Years Late - Screenshot (991x1400)
Article | Internet 4/1/2003 English
A musing on the relevance of "Recipe for Hate" to America under the Bush Administration.
Source: (Yugoslavia)
The Reunion Sessions - Cover (1000x1293)
Article | Newspaper 3/7/2002 English PDF/JPEG
Article written by former drummer John Albert.
Source: LA Weekly (United States)
The one true religion  - Cover (800x998)
Article | Magazine 3/1/2002 English PDF/JPEG
Article with comments from Greg Graffin, Brett Gurewitz and Jay Bentley about the bands' career and the ups and downs of Epitaph, and The Process of Belief.
Source: SPIN (March 2002) (United States)
With: Brett Gurewitz, Greg Graffin, Jay Bentley
Welcome Back Home! - Cover (1087x1400)
Article | Magazine 2/1/2002 English PDF/JPEG
No synopsis available
Source: MeanStreet #8 Vol.12 (February 2002) (United States)
With: Brett Gurewitz
Bad Religion Ready "Reunion" CD - No image (1087x1400)
Article | Internet 11/28/2001 English
No synopsis available
Source: (Yugoslavia)
Special! Tape Me Home! - Cover 1 (375x446)
Article | Magazine 11/1/2001
It‘s A.P.‘s guide to home recording with product spotlights on the coolest new gear, along with testimonials and advice from DJ Swamp, Richie Hawtin, Bad Religion‘s Brett Gurewitz and former Nine Inch Nails drummer/programmer Chris "tweaker" Vrenna.
Note: This article is not yet available here!
Source: Alternative Press, no. 160.2 / 160.3, November 2001 (Yugoslavia)
With: Brett Gurewitz
Bad Times issue #11 - No image (375x446)
Article | Newspaper 6/1/2001 English
Bad Times was an occasional newsletter that was sent to those fans who have written to BR. They've been keeping track of all mail addresses since 1986. This newsletter was their way of communicating with fans. Bad Times was published on and for the most part was written by the band itself, especially by Greg Graffin
Bad Times is also called "The official occasional newsletter of Bad Religion".
Source: Bad Religion (Yugoslavia)
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