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Addicted to Noise #2 (February 1996) - Cover (300x300)
Interview | Internet 2/1/1996 English
No synopsis available
Source: Addicted to Noise #2 (February 1996) (United States)
With: Bobby Schayer, Greg Graffin
Church of the Holy Punk? - Cover (847x1000)
Interview | Magazine 2/1/1996 English PDF/JPEG
Greg Graffin, Jay Bentley and Brian Baker being interviewed about the longevity of the band, recording The Gray Race, and record labels.
Source: BAM #478 (Vol.2 #4, February 1996) (United States)
With: Brian Baker, Greg Graffin, Jay Bentley
Punk, Politics, Paleontology and Paterfamilias - No image (847x1000)
Interview | Internet 2/1/1996 English
Bad Religion's Singer-Songwriter on Punk Rock, Academia, Them and Us.
Source: Addicted To Noise, no. 2.02, February 1996 (United States)
With: Greg Graffin
Punk, Politics, Paleontology and Paterfamilias - No image (847x1000)
Interview | Internet 2/1/1996 English
Since their humble beginnings in the San Fernando Valley more than a decade ago, Bad Religion's timekeeper has been watching the changes from behind the bassline.
Source: Addicted To Noise, no. 2.02, February 1996 (United States)
With: Jay Bentley
Punk, Politics, Paleontology and Paterfamilias - No image (847x1000)
Interview | Internet 2/1/1996 English
The Bassist and the Drummer sound off about the past, present and future of punk rock.

Source: Addicted To Noise, no. 2.02, February 1996 (United States)
With: Bobby Schayer, Greg Hetson
Sleeping With The Enemy: Bad Religion Tries To Sell Out - No image (847x1000)
Article | Internet 2/1/1996 English
Article about the band's history with comments from Jay Bentley, Greg Graffin and Greg Hetson. Note: this article only includes page 1 to 5 (6 to 8 are missing).
Source: Addicted To Noise #2.02 (February 1996) (United States)
With: Greg Graffin, Greg Hetson, Jay Bentley
Bad Religion -  A Religious Manifesto In Shades of Gray - No image (847x1000)
Article 1/1/1996 English
No synopsis available
Source: by JoAnn Green (Yugoslavia)
Good Times with Bad Religion: an exclusive interview by Orange County Keith - No image (847x1000)
Interview | Internet 1/1/1996 English
Four interviews with Brian Baker, Bobby Schayer, Greg Hetson and Greg Graffin, done by Orange County Keith.
Source: The Orange County Keith Netzine (United States)
With: Bobby Schayer, Brian Baker, Greg Graffin, Greg Hetson
Interview with Brian Baker - No image (847x1000)
Interview | Internet 1/1/1996 English
No synopsis available
Source: unknown (Yugoslavia)
With: Brian Baker
Interview with Brian Baker - No image (847x1000)
Interview | Internet 1/1/1996 English
No synopsis available
Source: Kastle (United States)
With: Brian Baker
The Gray Race - No image (847x1000)
Review | Newspaper 1/1/1996 English
No synopsis available
Source: The Michigan Daily, 1996 (Yugoslavia)
The Gray Race - Cover (1069x1400)
Review | Magazine 1/1/1996 English PDF/JPEG
No synopsis available
Source: SLUG Magazine, no. 85, January 1996, p. 30 (United States)
TV interview with Greg Graffin - No image (1069x1400)
Interview | Television 1/1/1996 English
No synopsis available
Source: unknown (Yugoslavia)
With: Greg Graffin
Bad Times issue #5 - No image (1069x1400)
Article | Newspaper 12/1/1995 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)
Heckler Mag. Vol.4.1: The Mountains Are Bigger Than You Are Issue (Summer 1995) - No image (1069x1400)
Interview | Magazine 6/1/1995 English
No synopsis available
Source: Heckler Mag. Vol.4.1: The Mountains Are Bigger Than You Are Issue (Summer 1995) (United States)
With: Brian Baker
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