Bad Religion - Suffer (1988) [24 bit FLAC] [vinyl]

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  Bad Religion - Suffer (1988) [24 bit FLAC] [vinyl]

  Released: 1988
  Duration: 25:41
  Genre: Pop/Rock
  Style: Punk
  Codec: FLAC
  Bit Rate: ~ 3,000 kbps
  Bits Per Sample: 24
  Sample Rate: 96,000
  Cover: Front

  01 You Are (The Government)
  02 1000 More Fools
  03 How Much Is Enough?
  04 When?
  05 Give You Nothing
  06 Land Of Competition
  07 Forbidden Beat
  08 Best For You
  09 Suffer
  10 Delirium Of Disorder
  11 Part II
  12 What Can You Do
  13 Do What You Want
  14 Part IV
  15 Pessimistic Lines

  The first record in three years is the fastest thing they've ever done -- even faster than 1982's How Can Hell Be Any Worse? With the exception of "Best for You" and "What Can You Do?," the other 13 songs are in the same super-speedy tempo, which is too bad, and at least four times on this record they're ripping themselves off, stealing riffs from their previous work. And you know what? This is still such a terrific LP none of that matters. Perhaps since so many of the songs are so dead similar, at first it's hard to tell them apart, but after a couple of plays that's no longer the case. And if you do play it once, you'll no doubt play it another 20 times, just to hear Greg Graffin sing. "You Are (The Government)" ends in one of his great held lines, "And I make a difference too." On "When," he hits five notes just singing this one word, and the last time he sings the word "suffer" on the title track, he holds it for eight snare hits, a great descending trill. None of this makes any sense to you, so you'll have to buy it to understand -- an unbeatable punk/hardcore singer on top of the most melodic, riff-ridden hardcore band going now. And those lyrics: "The masses are obsequious contented in their sleep/The vortex of their minds contented in the murky deep" ("1000 More Fools"), "Production and consumption define our hollow lives...When will mankind finally come to realize this surfeit has become his demise...Tell me is there anything so sure/Rapacity, tenacity, capacity for more!" ("How Much Is Enough?"). Graffin admits on "Pessimistic Lines" that he's a full-time skeptic, but in this "sick society" (as Martin Luther King called it upon hearing of the murder of John F. Kennedy), that's a rational position, and frankly, the lyric sheet is worth the money, much less the music and singing. Buy it if you like hard fast rock & roll in general. Comeback LP of 1988?		
0101 - You Are (the Government).flac 31.977 MB
0102 - 1000 More Fools.flac 37.611 MB
0103 - How Much is Enough.flac 32.614 MB
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