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Item name Category Publish date Language Format
Bad Religion Shifts Back To Epitaph - No image (x)
Article | Internet 4/13/2001 English
No synopsis available
Source: billboard.com (United States)
The Violence. The Drugs. The Death. - Page 1 (1017x1400)
Article | Magazine 1/1/2001 English PDF/JPEG
No synopsis available
Source: Kerrang (2001) (United Kingdom)
With: Brett Gurewitz, Greg Graffin, Greg Hetson
21st Century Soccer Boy - Die Punk-Urvšter Gegen den FC St. Pauli - Cover (569x800)
Article | Magazine 10/1/2000 German
No synopsis available
Source: Uncle Sally*s #60 (October 2000) (Germany)
With: Jay Bentley
Building The New America - Cover (583x782)
Article | Magazine 6/1/2000 English
No synopsis available
Source: EQ Magazine June 2000
With: Brian Baker, Greg Graffin
Go For A Walk Through Time - Cover (300x340)
Article | Magazine 5/28/2000 English
No synopsis available
Source: Exclaim! (Yugoslavia)
Bad Times issue #10 - No image (300x340)
Article | Newspaper 3/1/2000 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 www.badreligion.com 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)
The State of Bad Religion address - No image (300x340)
Article | Magazine 1/13/1999 English
"Still Punk, After All These Years: Bad Religion’s Career Spans Punk History"
This is from SLAMM, a free 'zine in San Diego. There's bits of interviews with Graffin and mostly Brian.
Source: SLAMM Magazine #99 (January 1999) (United States)
With: Brian Baker, Greg Graffin
La scelta di Brett - Cover (796x1100)
Article | Magazine 1/1/1999 Italian PDF/JPEG
Article/ interview with Jeff Abarta about Epitaph. Also a short interview with Brett (page 4).
Source: Rock Sound Punk Special (January 1999) (Italy)
With: Brett Gurewitz
Bad Times issue #9 - Page 1 (1018x1400)
Article | Newspaper 12/1/1998 English PDF/JPEG
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 www.badreligion.com 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)
Review of Graffin
Article | Magazine 12/1/1998 English
A review of Greg Graffin's speech that he held on November 6th 1998 at the CMJ Music fest.
Source: CMJ report #4 (Yugoslavia)
Substance over style - No image (1018x1400)
Article | Magazine 12/1/1998 English
No synopsis available
Source: myLaunch (Yugoslavia)
Warped Speed - Cover (380x525)
Article | Magazine 9/1/1998 English
Written by Greg Graffin.
Source: Details Magazine (Yugoslavia)
Corporate Punk Still Rocks - Cover (394x500)
Article | Magazine 7/1/1998 English
An interview with Brian Baker, Greg Graffin, Bobby Schayer and Greg Hetson (partially via a conference call). The band members talk about the 'dying' punk scene, No Substance, and England.
Source: Alternative Press #120 (July 1998) (United States)
With: Bobby Schayer, Brian Baker, Greg Graffin, Greg Hetson
Smart attack - Bad Religion
Article | Internet 5/7/1998 English
No synopsis available
Source: Providencephoenix.com (United States)
With: Greg Graffin
Bad Times issue #8 - Page 1 (1018x1400)
Article | Newspaper 5/1/1998 English PDF/JPEG
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 www.badreligion.com 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
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