Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Episode 27 - Everything Must Cease

In this very last episode of the Bad Religion Podcast I give thanks to the band and everyone who listened to the show.  I play a bunch of songs, mainly focussing on songs I particularly like.

Songs played:

Cease (Lorelei 1996)
Don't Sell Me Short (Hard Pop Days)
American Jesus (Peel Sessions)
Delirium of Disorder (Suffer Live)
Won't Somebody (cover by Spidey255)
Tested (Go Bang 1997)
God Song (In the Zone 1998)
Change of Ideas (Demo)
Surface of Me (B-Side)
Fields on Fire (Demo)
Billy (Demo)
Parallel (In the Zone 1998)
Along the Way (Escalarre Valles, Spain, 1996)
Chasing the Wild Goose (studio version)
Fuck Armageddon This Is Hell (Seattle Sessions, 1998)

Thanks for listening, everyone!

Monday, March 31, 2008

Episode 26 - Vegas

Episode 26 - Vegas is now online.  In this episode, I play "Best For You" from Graffin's Solo Show at Cal State in 1998 and then talk about the Las Vegas show I went to on 3/29/08 and play that show in its entirety.  If you want that show by itself, download "News From the Front of the Pit" here.

A regular episode will be coming within a few weeks hopefully.

Sunday, January 06, 2008

Episode 25 - YouTube

Episode 25 - YouTube is now online.  In this episode, I mostly play various songs and oddities that I found on that "treasure trove" [read: graveyard] of the Internet, YouTube.  I also go over my interpretations of some of the first half of the tracks on New Maps of Hell, and do all of the usual boring features you've come to expect in regular episodes of the show.

Songs Played:
The Watchmaker's Dial (unmastered)
American Jesus (Go Bang, 1997)
Land of Competition (Live, 1989)
Voice of God is Government (Olympic Auditorium, 1984)
God's Love (KROQ Acoustic Xmas, 2007)
Struck a Nerve (KROQ Acoustic Xmas, 2007)
Pity the Dead (Live, 1996ish)
The Empire Strikes First (Hannover, 2004)
Sheena is a Punk Rocker (The Ramones 30th Anniversary Show)
Sorrow (Anthony Raneri of Bayside, Live, 2007)
Live Again (Jack Hansen)
Prove It (Warped Tour, 2002)
Frogger (Live, 1988)
Along the Way (Spain, 2007)

Oh, and here's the link to the Land of Competition video: http://youtube.com/watch?v=KKyoyqC5xRc

Monday, October 22, 2007

Episode 24 - The Show

Episode 24 - The Show of the Bad Religion Podcast is now online.  This episode contains a description of how the DC Bad Religion show went, as well as a 40 minute interview with Jay Bentley and Brian Baker. I also play sound check songs, Dearly Beloved and 52 Seconds, from the show. Additionally, I play Zombie Apocalypse by The Innocent, and 1000 Memories and Change of Ideas by Bad Religion from an Argentina show in 2001.

Monday, October 15, 2007

Episode 23 - DC Beloved

Episode 23 of the Bad Religion Podcast, "DC Beloved" is now available. This is a recording of Bad Religion's show on Sunday, October 14th, 2007 at the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C. You can download that here.

For higher quality MP3s split into tracks, please visit here. And for you lossless snobs, FLAC tracks are here (fixed).

The setlist of the show was this:
Fuck Armageddon
Social Suicide
Modern Man
New Dark Ages
Digital Boy
Conquer the World
52 Seconds
Heroes and Martyrs
Dearly Beloved
Lookin' In
No Control
Recipe for Hate
Come Join Us
The Defense
Generator (Slow Version)
God Song
American Jesus
Gonna Die

I also got to sit down and talk with Jay and Brian for about 40 minutes. I'll have that on the next podcast episode in a few days.

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Episode 22 - New Maps Of Hell

Episode 22 of the Bad Religion Podcast, New Maps of Hell, is now online. This episode covers everything related to New Maps of Hell. As such, I play several live songs from the album, give my impressions about the album not once but twice, and go over some of the professional reviews of the album. I also play some older songs just for kicks.

Songs played:
Heroes And Martyrs (Live from The List, Las Vegas, 2007)
Requiem for Dissent (Live from Texas Warped Tour, 2007)
Honest Goodbye (Live from KROQ Weenie Roast, 2007)
Footsteps in the Snow (Cold As The Clay unreleased track)
New Dark Ages (Live from The List, Las Vegas, 2007)
I Want To Conquer The World (Live from Maryland Warped Tour, 2007)
Faith In God (Live from 924 Gilman Street, 1988)
World War III (Live from DC, 1986)
Tiny Voices (cover by Wintersemester)
Sorrow (acoustic, New Maps of Hell bonus track)
God Song (acoustic, New Maps of Hell bonus track)

Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Episode 21 - What's In A Name?

After a four month delay, Episode 21 - What's In A Name? is now up.

This episode contains songs from bootlegs with odd nicknames, like Loosing My Love and Hate Yourself. For those of you still worried about New Maps of Hell spoilers, this episode doesn't contain any of them. I'll be doing a NMoH episode next, though.

Songs played in this episode:
Operation Rescue - Fuck The Government Bootleg
Sanity - Eat or Die Bootleg
Portrait of Authority - Radiation Hazard Bootleg
Tomorrow - Live and Alive Bootleg
Individuals - Eat or Die Bootleg
The Gray Race - Suffer and Die Bootleg
When - Hate Yourself Bootleg (note that this song is cutoff in the bootleg... which I realized after I recorded the episode)
Rock 'n Roll - All Our Yesterdays Bootleg
Pessimistic Lines - Cover by The Quadratics
The Empire Strikes First - Cover by The String Quartet
Part III - Go Bang Bootleg
Damned to be Free - Holy Smoke Bootleg

Also, I apologize for the bad sound quality of this episode. The microphone I usually use to record the show wasn't working for some reason. I am in the process of buying some new equipment, though, so look forward to what will hopefully be an increase in sound quality in future episodes.