Bad Religion - Suffer
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Based on 36 ratings
1988 Ratings: #33
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January 1, 1988 / Release Date
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The go to Skating album
Most of the songs are among Bad Religion's best. However, the album falls too deeply into the trap of every song sounding the same (even more so than other Bad Religion albums) and by the end starts to feel a little stale. Every song on it's own is good enough though to at least somewhat male up for this.

Favorites: Suffer, What Can You Do, 1000 More Fools, Delirium of Disorder, Do What You Want, Give You Nothing
You Are (The Government) - 80
1000 More Fools - 80
How Much Is Enough? - 75
When? - 75
Give You Nothing - 80
Land of Competition - 80
Forbidden Beat - 75
Best for You - 70
Suffer - 80
Delirium of Disorder - 75
Part II (The Numbers Game) - 75
What Can You Do? - 75
Do What You Want - 75
Part IV (The Index Fossil) - 75
Pessimistic Lines - 75
Simply one of the best punk rock albums ever recorded. This is Bad Religion at their finest. Every track is crackling with energy and attitude. The lyrics are smart and the album is catchy and never really gets old. Almost every song is a standout. Deserves all of the attention it gets.
While I definitely respect this, I just can't get into this. It's way too samey and doesn't pack enough punch. I'm very impressed at how the lyrics haven't aged a day and still hit pretty close to home. No song really turns me off, but very few grab my attention and engage me.
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