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8 thoughts on “ Epiphany - Bad Religion - The Process Of Belief (Cassette, Album)

  1. The Process of Belief, an Album by Bad Religion. Released 22 January on Epitaph (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Punk Rock, Melodic Hardcore. B1 Epiphany Cassette Mojo / UICL Expand all 7 issues.
  2. Brett: "Besides 'The Process of Belief' being an amazing album, the CD sleeve layout and artwork is very unique and unlike anything else I've ever seen. Mackie Osborne is an old friend of ours and we just asked her to see what she could come up with.
  3. Lyrics Artists: B Bad Religion Epiphany. About Epiphany lyrics. Album The Process of Belief () by Bad Religion. Label Epitaph. Written-By. Brett Gurewitz, Greg Graffin. Lead Vocals. Greg Graffin. Backing Vocals. Brett Gurewitz, Greg Graffin, Jay Bentley.
  4. Epiphany may be the best song on 'Process of Belief'. It presents a very relativistic view of knowledge. The things that we are most certain of today may be revealed as untrue tomorrow. We grasp at simplifying concepts to explain the disorder around us, but these epiphanies are fleeting.
  5. A new age of reason brain treason to trick the mind What good is searching if nothings there to find We arrive at this place of no return my brothers Only to discover that our minds have led us away So far from the painful truth of who we are What's right is wrong, what's come.
  6. Review Summary: "The Process of Belief" is Bad Religion's twelfth album. The album is a return to form, a return to Epitaph, and contains the return of Brett Gurewitz. A stronger pop-punk feel with satisfying results.
  7. Bad Religion Process Of Belief Epitaph Released on January 22, $ Buy: $ Out Of The most anticipated album ever from punk rock legends Bad Religion- with the return of Brett Gurewitz and the addition of Drum phenom Brooks Wackerman, this record is insanely melodic, emotive, and a sonic monster! This is yet another.
  8. The Process of Belief bootleg CD. There's no barcode, label (address) or C&P at the back of the record. It has a 3 page booklet without lyrics and only the credits. The font of the letters on the side of the record are different; same as the letters on the tracklist (bold). It also has an inlay, unlike the original record.

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