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  • The Day That the Earth Stalled
  • Only Rain
  • The Resist Stance
  • Won’t Somebody
  • The Devil in Stitches
  • Pride and the Pallor
  • Wrong Way Kids
  • Meeting of the Minds
  • Someone to Believe
  • Avalon
  • Cyanide
  • Turn Your Back On Me
  • Ad Hominem
  • Where The Fun Is
  • I Won’t Say Anything

Sure, Bad Religion has been banging out its brainy blend of punk and pop for three decades now, but no one would dare to call them "pop-punk." Their intense lyrical focus has insured that they'll never be taken lightly, and their 15th album displays their astonishing staying power. The Dissent of Man was produced by Joe Barresi, who has worked with everyone from The Melvins to Kyuss. Though Brett Gurewitz promised that the songs would be "somewhat less angsty," that doesn't exactly mean you should expect Kylie Minogue territory or anything

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