Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Episode 16 - Bad Religion Day

Episode 16, a belated Bad Religion Day celebration, has been posted. In this very special (read: very short) episode, I play the hits:

Punk Rock Song (Live at Roskilde, 1996)
Infected (Live Radio, 1994)
Los Angeles Is Burning (Live at Tillburg, 2004)
Sorrow (Live at KROQ Weenie Roast, 2002)
I Want to Conquer the World (Gotenburg, 1999)
Generator (Regular Version, Live at Dusseldorf, 2002)
No Control (Live USA, 1993)

Update: Yeah, so, Conquer is actually on No Control. My bad there. I hope I didn't offend anyone.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Huge fan of the podcast dude, i Inspierd me to make a bad religion vidcast

sory for my shameless pluging but only like 8 pepole have seen it

6:41 PM  
Blogger johnvicious said...

DID You say i want to conquer the world was frome agasint the grain? its from No control not atg, not trying to be critical just whanted to make shure you knew( i am like 99% shure it was a mistake)

Ohh and btw i lOve the new and guess the song section(alot dont stop)

6:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


For some reason it always felt like an Against the Grain song to me.

This is what happens when I do things quickly.

8:07 PM  
Blogger Mike said...

FYI that was me above.

8:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I,as anonymous would like to state that this Bad Religion dedicated show is not only informative but also entertaining.I would also like to state that Bad Religion is one of the greatest punk banks and most true to their roots.I would like to hear some more of thier more classic songs like "Frogger",and "Along the Way",you know anything from the early eighties,in conclusion to this anonymous comment Bad Religion fucking rocks.

6:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Mike. I've heard all 16 episodes of the Bad Religion podcasts now and let me tell you they're awesome. I wanted to contribute to your listener interaction section of your podcast. You’ve said in your podcasts that if anyone had an interesting story about how they got into Bad Religion to send it to you so here you are. My uncle is also a fan of Bad Religion and he’s told me that ever since I was born(1990) I’ve been listening to them. Well of course I don’t really remember any of that but the first real memories I have of hearing Bad Religion is hearing them in my uncles car in elementary. The only album he had was “Against The Grain.” I loved that album but never actually saw the CD seeing as it was always in my uncles car and that’s the only time I ever got to listen to it. Since there are no indications of who the artist is on the cover all I had to go by was “That CD with the corn on it” When I asked my uncle who made the CD he Jokingly told me, “ARE YOU BLIND! LOOK AT THE COVER!!! IT’S CORN!!!” Taking what he said WAY TOO LITERAL I went on for about a year thinking that Against The Grain was made by the band KORN! I had never actually heard Korn so it never occurred to me that I was totally wrong. At that time Korn was apparently popular with my friends so whenever I would try to talk to them about it they looked at me like I was a freak! They always told me I had no idea what I was talking about. I would memorize and recite entire songs from Against The Grain and was turned away every time. It wasn’t until about 4th grade that I finally had it and decided to take the CD to school. When I had asked my uncle for his Korn CD he looked at me like I was from Mars. He then explained to me that the CD was actually from Bad Religion. As embarrassing as it was I took it to school anyways and to my surprise my friends really enjoyed the album. Ever since then Bad Religion has been my favorite band. No other band comes close to them. To this day people tell me that if I were to drop dead right now, I would be remembered as “That kid that’s obsessed with Bad Religion.”

-Chris Ojeda

P.S. I am putting this as a comment because my e-mail sucks and I'm just about ready to bust a nut right now.

12:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey mike, check this out, it looks too graphically edited to be a fanvid, however I may be wrong.

6:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey velocity eleven, that's an aerosmith video and someone simply dubbed "i love my computer" over it.

7:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ah, I see, I've never been a fan of Aerosmith so I couldn't tell. Although some of the comments were asking why Aerosmith were in it

10:51 AM  

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