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Item name Category Publish date Language Format
Channel TV (Australia) - No image (x)
Interview | Television 2/1/1997 English
Transcript from the 1997 Channel TV broadcast. Jay Bentley and Greg Graffin talk about playing in Australia for the first time, the USA, education and jobs, drugs abuse, etc.
Source: Channel TV (Australia)
With: Greg Graffin, Jay Bentley
Bad Times issue #6 - Page 1 (1018x1400)
Article | Newspaper 1/1/1997 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 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
Matt Taylor and Mateo Rojas: A Conversation With Mr. Brett - No image (1018x1400)
Interview | Internet 9/27/1996 English
No synopsis available
Source: The Bad Religion Page & The Bad Religion Mailing List
With: Brett Gurewitz
Subtlety and Grays - Cover (1169x1400)
Interview | Magazine 6/1/1996 English PDF/JPEG
Greg Graffin, Brian Baker and Jay Bentley talk about major-label deals in this short interview with Alternative Press.
Source: Alternative Press #95 (June 1996) (United States)
With: Brian Baker, Greg Graffin, Jay Bentley
Believers get great show from hot Bad Religion - Article (1130x1400)
Review | Newspaper 5/15/1996 English
A review of Bad Religion's May 14 1996 show in San Diego.
Source: The San Diego Union Tribune (United States)
That Higher Calling -  (181x209)
Article | Newspaper 5/9/1996 English
No synopsis available
Source: Metro Santa Cruz (now Santa Cruz Weekly), May 9, 1996
Bad Religion frontman more impressed by D.O.A. than The Sex Pistols - No image (181x209)
Interview | Newspaper 5/2/1996 English
No synopsis available
Source: The Georgia Straight, May 2, 1996 (United States)
With: Greg Graffin
Interview | Magazine 5/1/1996 English PDF/JPEG
Brian Baker and Greg Graffin being interviewed by Scott Russo from Unwritten Law during the third annual BoardAID charity event.
Source: RIP (May, 1996) (United States)
With: Brian Baker, Greg Graffin
Born Again - Cover (1052x1400)
Interview | Magazine 4/25/1996 English PDF/JPEG
Interview with Greg Hetson by Scene magazine. Greg talks about The Gray Race, touring and the Internet.
Source: Scene #17, Vol.27 (April 25-May 1, 1996) (United States)
With: Greg Hetson
Queer In Your Ear: The Greg Graffin Interview - No image (1052x1400)
Interview | Internet 4/24/1996 English
Short interview with Greg Graffin. Greg explains the meaning of the name and why the band was started. He also gives some insight about why he wrote Struck A Nerve, and why a female singer in the band wouldn't work.
Source: Queer In Your Ear (April 24, 1996) (Canada)
With: Greg Graffin
Bad Religion gets preachy in its punk - No image (1052x1400)
Article | Newspaper 4/23/1996 English
No synopsis available
Source: The Boston Globe, April 23, 1996, p. 57
Punk revival good for Bad Religion - Article (414x1400)
Interview | Newspaper 4/2/1996 English
An interview with Bobby in scope of Bad Religion's show in Austin, TX on Thursday April 4, 1996.
Source: Austin American-Statesman (United States)
With: Bobby Schayer
Evolution as a survival strategy - Cover (822x1400)
Interview | Magazine 4/1/1996 English PDF/JPEG
No synopsis available
Source: CMJ (April 1996) (United States)
With: Greg Graffin, Jay Bentley
The Gray Race - No image (822x1400)
Review | Newspaper 3/22/1996 English
No synopsis available
Source: Orlando Sentinel, March 22, 1996, p. 9 (United States)
Out of our Heads - Cover (980x1400)
Interview | Magazine 3/16/1996 English PDF/JPEG
In this interview Greg Graffin and Jay Bentley talk about the early years of the band, being able to survive from music, and Columbia records.
Source: Kerrang! #588 (March 16, 1996) (United Kingdom)
With: Greg Graffin, Jay Bentley
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