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Bad Religion to hit the studio, Brett returning and rumors...
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Posted by:admin | 07/18/2001 at 00:00
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My apologies to everyone for my long absence. Certain viruses left me without a PC for a long time and, among other things, I lost thousands of email messages as well as addresses. If you ever emailed me and were expecting a reply, you'll have to email me again. Sorry about this. And now some exciting stuff from Epitaph.com: "Bad Religion reunite and return to studio this week to record THE PROCESS OF BELIEF for Epitaph. After almost six years since parting ways, original Bad Religion songwriting duo Brett Gurewitz and Greg Graffin are heading back in the studio this week to record a new album, slated for an October 23 release. “This is definitely a homecoming on many levels,” says Graffin. “Bad Religion albums are always more satisfying when our songwriting is combined. But aside from the professional logistics, this is also a time of great warmth and familiarity. To have the chance to write and record with Brett again, and to come back to our Epitaph home is gratifying to say the least.” Bad Religion will record and mix the majority of the record in Gurewitz’s Hollywood based Westbeach Studios, where such landmark BR albums as Suffer and Against the Grain were recorded. Gurewitz and Graffin will co-produce, and will reunite with producer Jerry Finn (Rancid …And Out Come the Wolves, Pennywise About Time) to mix some tracks on the record". There is a rumour going around Microsoft in the marketing department that Microsoft has or will purchase 21st Century (Digital Boy) for 2 million dollars. Just like the Rolling Stones did with their song Start Me Up, but they got paid 25 million or something like that. (Thanks to Carsten Jacobsen and Wouter Van Emst.)
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