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Part IV (The Index Fossil) - Bad Religion - Suffer (CD, Album)

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9 comments on “ Part IV (The Index Fossil) - Bad Religion - Suffer (CD, Album)
  1. Vokasa says:
    Jul 03,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Bad Religion-Part IV (The Index Fossil) YouTube Bad Religion - "Forbidden Beat" (Full Album Stream) - Duration: Epitaph Records 23, views.
  2. Baktilar says:
    Bad Religion - Part IV (The Index Fossil) Lyrics. We're widespread and well fed The earth's rotatin' fate is in our head, oh yeah We're dominant and prominent And our deity's omnipotent, oh.
  3. Tami says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Suffer on Discogs. Label: Epitaph - E • Format: CD Album • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk Bad Religion - Suffer (CD.
  4. Fern says:
    Part IV (The Index Fossil) Lyrics: We're widespread and well fed / The earth's rotating fate is in our head, oh yeah / We're dominant and prominent / And our deity's omnipotent, oh yeah / And.
  5. Zulkir says:
    We're widespread and well fed, the earth's rotating fate is in our head We're dominant and prominent and all our deities omnipotent, And immortality is in our mastermind and we destroy everything we can find And tomorrow when the human clocks stops and the world stops ticking, We'll be an index fossil, buried in our own debris We're listless, promiscuous, and life to us is either hit or miss Music Duration: 2 min.
  6. Douhn says:
    In How Could Hell Be Any Worse (their first album) there’s a song called Part III and on Suffer (the next album) there are two songs, called Part II (The Numbers Game) and Part IV (The Index Fossil), I was asking if anyone knows what Part I is supposed to be, and u/Walking_River_ explained it well.
  7. Akinokazahn says:
    “Part II” and “Part IV” were originally just titled “The Numbers Game” and “Index Fossil”, but when they put them next to each other they realized they formed a complete thought.
  8. Kajijar says:
    At the very least, this is when Bad Religion announced to the punk rock world that they were a force to be reckoned with, both musically and lyrically (especially the latter, in fact). My personal favorites on the album are "You Are the Government," "When," "Delirium of Disorder," "Do What You Want," "Part IV," and "Pessimistic Lines.".
  9. Kajirisar says:
    Suffer is the third album by American punk rock band Bad Religion, released on the Californian independent record label Epitaph Records on September 8, It was the first album that was both released and distributed by the label. Following the release of the EP Back to the Known (), Bad Religion went on a temporary hiatus, then reunited with its original members (except drummer Jay.
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