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Item name Category Publish date Language Format
Queer In Your Ear: The Greg Graffin Interview - No image (x)
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 (x)
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
Punk Paleontologist - No image (980x1400)
Interview | Magazine 3/1/1996 English
No synopsis available
Source: 99Xpress Magazine (United States)
With: Greg Graffin
Spins Platter Du Jour - Cover (1000x1255)
Article | Magazine 3/1/1996 English PDF/JPEG
Article about the band's career; mainly focusing on their discography. It also includes a brief review of The Gray Race.
Source: SPIN (March 1996) (United States)
The Gray Race - No image (1000x1255)
Review | Magazine 3/1/1996 English
No synopsis available
Source: Spin magazine (March 1996)
So ALIVE - No image (1000x1255)
Interview | Internet 2/26/1996 English
No synopsis available
Source: dailybruin.com
With: Greg Graffin
!MuCoMo! - No image (1000x1255)
Interview | Magazine 2/1/1996 English
No synopsis available
Source: !MuCoMo!
With: Greg Hetson
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
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