Bad Religion: No Control (LP) 1989 (review by Jack Dvorak)

 

Oh man, where do I even start? The fast paced drums? The intense lyrics?  Or better yet, a delicate balance of noise and clarity in the sound of this album. It takes me away to a time where the local arcade is where the hours of our youth would be spent, with each game costing a quarter. You can almost feel the heat of the sun beat down as you contemplate what the next fun thing to do is. But that question is already answered: you’re listening to this album while skating down the sidewalk on your fishtail board, maybe with a firecracker in hand. Or at least you should be.

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