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Bad Religion: Live at the Palladium (2006)

Video  -  Music  -  7 March 2006 (USA)
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Live at the Palladium is a live concert DVD by the punk band Bad Religion, released in March 2006. It features footage from two nights at the Palladium in Hollywood, California on November ... See full summary »

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Live at the Palladium is a live concert DVD by the punk band Bad Religion, released in March 2006. It features footage from two nights at the Palladium in Hollywood, California on November 21 and 22, 2004. The DVD uses seamless branching to offer two viewing options: The full concert interspersed with interview footage of the band. Only the concert footage. The only Bad Religion albums that do not have songs represented in this performance (of those which were released prior to the date of the filming) are Into the Unknown, No Substance and The New America. The version of Cease is played on a solo piano, as recorded on Greg Graffin's solo album, American Lesion. After the band has finished playing "21st Century (Digital Boy)" Greg Graffin incorrectly identifies the song as the "Against the Grain version" when in fact they played the Stranger than Fiction version. The title card before playing "Along the Way" shows that the song is from the album How Could Hell Be Any Worse? (possibly ... Written by Slack-Babbath

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The concert footage was actually from the 2004 "Empire Strikes First" tour, but wasn't released until two years later. See more »

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When "Along the Way" plays, it claims that it's from 1982's album "How Could Hell Be Any Worse?". However, the song is actually from 1984's "Back to the Known". See more »

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Should be required viewing for students of political science or sociology...
20 March 2006 | by (Halifax, Canada) – See all my reviews

It's all too fashionable to be politically conscious these days and there are few contemporary songwriters who can extend their credibility beyond the middle finger they've made so much money with since George W. Bush came into office. Enter Greg Graffin, anthropology major, and voice behind Bad Religion, a band celebrating their 25th year together in 2006. I must admit that I am as much a fan of the music as I am the lyrical content. It should also be noted that Bad Religion are not an anti-Christian band. The imagery invoked by the more the 30 song, career-spanning set suggest that one be true to him/herself, and to be aware of attempts made by the government, media, and yes, religion, to program you. I recommend viewing in a dark room with the volume cranked (but clear! Don't go damaging your speakers!), and above all, even if the music doesn't suit your taste (mute it for all I care) watch the concert with the subtitles on at least once.


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