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Bad ReligionNo Control

Label:Epitaph – E-86406-1
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Punk

Tracklist

A1Change Of Ideas0:54
A2Big Bang1:40
A3No Control1:44
A4Sometimes I Feel Like1:32
A5Automatic Man1:38
A6I Want To Conquer The World2:16
A7Sanity2:44
B1Henchman1:03
B2It Must Look Pretty Appealing1:21
B3You2:06
B4Progress2:12
B5I Want Something More0:46
B6Anxiety2:08
B7Billy1:56
B8The World Won't Stop1:52
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1st pressing with large, approx. 3-inch pressing ring on labels and no Rainbo S-numbers in the runouts.

℗ 1989 Epitaph Records.
All Brett's songs published by Westbeach Music (BMI).
All Greg's songs published by Polypterus Music (BMI).

On the label, track A4 is incorrectly titled "Sometimes It Feels Like...!?*%?*" and track B8 is titled "The World Won't Stop Without You".

Includes an insert with lyrics & credits:
Recorded at Westbeach Recorders, Hollywood, CA, June 1989.
Written by Mr. Brett and Greg Graffin.
℗ Westbeach Music and Polypterus Music.
©℗ 1989 EPITAPH RECORDS.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 4577-86406-1 4
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (A runout etched): E-86406-1-A L-34337 DIALECTICAL POCKETRY
  • Matrix / Runout (B runout etched): E-86406-1-B LEAVE ME ALONE L-34337-X

Other Versions (5 of 41)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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No Control (Cassette, Album)EpitaphE-86406-4US1989
No Control (LP, Album, Stereo, 7", 45 RPM, Reissue, Stereo)EpitaphE-86406-1Germany1989
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No Control (LP, Album, Test Pressing, White Label)EpitaphE-86406US1989
No Control (CD, Album, Reissue)EpitaphE-86406-2US1990
No Control (CD, Album, Reissue, Repress)EpitaphE-86406-2US1991

Reviews

  • LFB3's avatar
    LFB3
    I recently purchased what was supposed to be this copy, but my runouts seem to be a mix of this listing and the RP. Is the "fish hook" in the runouts the distinguishing feature, or is the presence of the additional (but faint) etching of "S-29236" which seems to only appear on the repress?
    • Mr.TomServo's avatar
      Mr.TomServo
      Edited 5 years ago
      I agree with Casar1973---this is Bad Religion at the absolute top of their game! Such an amazing album here.

      In fairness, I often refer to the period comprising the releases of Suffer, No Control, and Against the Grain as the best time segment in BR's discography, but again, No Control probably takes top prize for me among those three albums. And as Casar1973 says, the harmonic and lyrical aspects of this album are the real points of interest---fascinating ideas presented within a melodic (though still powerful) punk-rock setting. Genius material!
      • Casar1973's avatar
        Casar1973
        As far as I am concerned I consider this as probably my fav punk rock album of all time. Everything that made BR great is condensed in a fast paced and effective punk rock delivery with strong emphasis on melody and harmony - which became a trademark of BR´s sound - as well as the thoughtful and highly intellectual lyrics. Although they reached mass success with later albums with pretty much the same concept I still hold this album as the top of the crop.