Filmed during Bad Religion's August 1989 Suffer European Tour, Along the Way shows Bad Religion playing gig's in their early 20's. This was filmed during an entire European Tour then mixed ...
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Filmed during Bad Religion's August 1989 Suffer European Tour, Along the Way shows Bad Religion playing gig's in their early 20's. This was filmed during an entire European Tour then mixed together so it's not uncommon to see the band warping from concert venues or changing T-shirts. It is also mixed together with interviews from the band members at the time. Written by
Most solid and entertaining punk rock video show ever
"Along The Way", named as catchiest Bad Religion' song, captures the band in 1989, shortly after their breakthrough with "Suffer" album. It recorded (i guess so) with one camera only at 14 European shows, and mixed in one 27 songs set. Every track is as great as you MUST to imagine. All song taken from BR earliest records, such as "How Could Hell Be Any Worse?", "Back To The Known EP" and "Suffer", and (almost) all of them are true melodic hardcore classic. This video contains no fillers, no silly gags (like sometimes pointless NOFX videos), and no reasons to call it attitude'less performance. And remember - this is one the rare relatively high quality video shots of American punk rock in 80's. Must own for every punk-head.
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