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Latch Key Kids - Bad Religion - How Could Hell Be Any Worse? (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Listen to Bad Religion (Back to the Known Version) by Bad Religion with YouTube, Spotify, Deezer, Vimeo & SoundCloud. Stream more from Bad Religion and connect with fans to discover new music.
  2. Features Song Lyrics for Bad Religion's How Could Hell Be Any Worse? album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
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  4. Whatever. How Could Hell Be Any Worse is an all time L.A. hardcore classic, up there with Circle Jerks- Group Sex, Adolescents self titled LP, Black Flag- Damaged, Social Distortion- Mommy's Little Monster, etc., and Back to the Known was a great EP. Buy buy buy/5(45).
  5. How Could Hell Be Any Worse? is the first full-length album by American punk rock band Bad Religion, released on January 19, by Epitaph Records. Released almost a year after their self-titled EP, it was financed by a $3, loan by guitarist Brett Gurewitz's father. Its success surprised the band when it sold 10, copies in under a year.
  6. How Could Hell Be Any Worse? is the first full-length album by American punk rock band Bad Religion, released on January 19, by Epitaph Records. Released almost a year after their self-titled EP, it was financed by a $3, loan by guitarist Brett Gurewitz 's father. Its success surprised the band when it sold 10, copies in under a year.
  7. Production: How Could Hell Be Any Worse? is Bad Religion's first full-length album and was released in It was financed partly from some money left over (after having paid back the borrowed money) from the sales of the first EP and partly by a $1, loan from Brett's father.
  8. How Could Hell Be Any Worse? was an impressively realized debut for a group that was barely out of high school at the time of its recording. Part of Bad Religion’s seasoning came from having already recorded a demo and an EP in advance of its full-length debut.

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