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No Substance


Download links and information about No Substance by Bad Religion. This album was released in 1998 and it belongs to Rock, Punk, Alternative genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 41:42 minutes.

Artist: Bad Religion
Release date: 1998
Genre: Rock, Punk, Alternative
Tracks: 16
Duration: 41:42
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No. Title Length
1. Hear It 1:49
2. Shades of Truth 4:01
3. All Fantastic Images 2:08
4. The Biggest Killer In American History 2:14
5. No Substance 3:04
6. Raise Your Voice 2:55
7. Sowing the Seeds of Utopia 2:01
8. The Hippy Killers 3:00
9. The State of the End of the Millenium Address 2:22
10. The Voracious March of Godliness 2:27
11. Mediocre Minds 1:56
12. Victims of the Revolution 3:17
13. Strange Denial 3:02
14. At the Mercy of Imbeciles 1:33
15. The Same Person 2:49
16. In So Many 3:04



After rediscovering many of the classic punk LPs that he'd grown up with, Greg Graffin proposed that Bad Religion record an album spontaneously, in the spirit of The Circle Jerks’ Group Sex or The Adolescents’ self-titled debut. Thus, No Substance was born. Recorded in a studio in upstate New York, the album exhibits a renewed urgency in “Mediocre Minds,” “The Biggest Killer in American History," and “All Fantastic Images.” It also contains some of singer Greg Graffin’s most scathingly satirical work in “No Substance” and “Sowing the Seeds of Utopia.” His bitterness peaks on “The State of the End of the Millennium Address,” in which he forgoes all allusion and addresses listeners in the sarcastic voice of a governmental huckster. “The Voracious March of Godliness” falls more squarely in the tradition of Bad Religion’s tuneful verbosity. As the band continued to fertilize its patented vision of punk, some of its best material came with straightforward, fist-pumping rock songs like “Raise Your Voice.”