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All Fantastic Images - Bad Religion - No Substance (CD, Album)

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  1. All Fantastic Images Lyrics: England seemed like such a beautiful place from afar / Until, one day, I went and saw how miserable things really are / All fantastic images, they only are apparent.
  2. Bad Religion writes some of the most memorable and entertaining music and lyrics in music period and No Substance is the pinnacle of this achievement. The State Of The End Of The Millennium Address and All Fantastic Images are just the tip of the iceberg on an album so good the reviews criticize it for not living up to pedestrian efforts /5(53).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Blue Vinyl release of No Substance on Discogs/5(8).
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for No Substance - Bad Religion on AllMusic - - Talk about a return to form. 's misproduced, 5/
  5. No Substance (LP) Bad Religion Buy. $ SHIPS FREE in U.S. Track Listing Shades Of Truth. Bad Religion 3. All Fantastic Images. Bad Religion 4. The Biggest Killer In American History. Bad Religion 5. No Substance. Bad Religion 6. Raise Your Voice! Bad Religion.
  6. Bad Religion "All Fantastic Images": All Fantastic Images they only are apparent Promoted by desperate hope And the need to share it Submit Corrections. Writer(s): Greg Graffin, Brian Baker. AZLyrics. B. Bad Religion Lyrics. album: "No Substance" () Hear It. Shades Of Truth. All Fantastic Images. The Biggest Killer In American History.
  7. All fantastic images they only are apparent Promoted by desperate hope that things are somewhere better I don't have a thing against fantasy But to chase it down just doesn't make sense to me If your only hope is simply peace and love You end up discarding most of what you're made of What you're made of All fantastic images they only are apparent.
  8. Bad Religion. Bad Religion is a punk rock band that formed in Los Angeles in The band makes extensive use of soaring 3-part vocal harmonies (which they refer to in their album liner notes as the "oozin' aahs"), guitar solos and intellectual lyrics that often contain political or religious commentary.

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