- Title:Bad Years
- Style:Alternative Country-Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock
- Date of release:December 5, 2003
- Recording date:1999 - July, 2000
- Recording location:Mr. Smalls
- Size FLAC version1316 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1166 megabytes
- Size WMA version1615 megabytes
- Formats:MP2 TTA ADX ASF MPC WMA
Against the Grain is the fifth album (and seventh release overall) by punk rock band Bad Religion released on November 23, 1990. This was the last album recorded with drummer Pete Finestone who left in 1991 to concentrate with his new project The Fishermen. Following his departure, the band's music would take a different direction on their next album, 1992's Generator. Against the Grain was also the first Bad Religion album not to feature a lineup change from after two consecutive studio albums.
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Band Name Bad Religion. Album Name Against the Grain. 10. Against the Grain. 11. Operation Rescue.
This album has an average beat per minute of 150 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 132/160 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Against the Grain. BPM Profile Against the Grain. Album starts at 158BPM, ends at 151BPM (-7), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Bad Religion.
Against The Grain (2005 Remaster). The Positive Aspect of Negative Thinking. Against The Grain (2005 Remaster).
Against the Grain" is the fifth album (and seventh release overall) by punk rock band Bad Religion released on November 23, 1990. Although the album was released in November 1990, the re-released version in 2004 erroneously notes 1991 as the original release date, causing some confusion. Some sources also list 1991 as the release date (including some fan sites, lyrics sites, Tower. This is the last album recorded with drummer Pete Finestone who left in 1991 to concentrate with his new project The Fishermen.
The third in a flurry of releases that followed Bad Religion's 1988 reunion, Against the Grain found the band's edge honed sharper than it had been in years. Epitaph's 2004 remaster respects this. Increased clarity between mouthpiece Greg Graffin, guitarists Brett Gurewitz and Greg Hetson, and the rhythm section of Jay Bentley and Pete Finestone increases the inherent melodic tension and amplifies Graffin's righteous lyrical anger. The guitars came in, twining between fiery leads and urgent, sometimes hyper chording - the album seemed like a signal fire to the lost tribes of hardcore. Its best moment might be "Turn On the Light.
CreditsMatt Augustine - Bass
Peter Beckerman - Engineer, Sleigh Bells
Jonatha Brooke - Composer
Thomas Tom Di Stefano - Composer
Grain - Primary Artist, Producer
Fred Kevorkian - Mastering
Matt Lawrence - Drums
Harry Nilsson - Composer
Professor - Prop Design
Carla Simmons - Celeste, Cowbell, Fender Rhodes, Handclapping, Mellotron, Piano, Tambourine, Vocals, Wurlitzer
Earl Simmons - Composer
Don Simpson - Logo Design
Parrish Smith - Composer
Miguel Urbiztondo - Drums, Handclapping, Maracas, Shaker, Tambourine
Alan Weatherhead - Engineer, Mixing, Moog Synthesizer, Pedal Steel, Producer, Shaker, Tambourine
|1||Intro Earl Simmons / Parrish Smith||Grain||1:48|
|2||Landmine Jonatha Brooke||Grain||4:51|
|3||I Ruined Love||Grain||3:12|
|4||Soul Session #5||Grain||5:05|
|5||Everything You're Not||Grain||2:54|
|6||Understood Thomas Tom Di Stefano||Grain||6:34|
|7||Jump into the Fire Harry Nilsson||Grain||3:54|
|11||All Your Parts||Grain||3:03|