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Bad Religion - Godsmack - Godsmack - Advance (CD, Album)

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  1. The self titled debut album from Godsmack is truly one of the absolute best debut albums to ever be released, and is a real solid punch to the mouth I might add. I've been a big fan of Godsmack ever since I first bought and listened to this album back when I was 17, and it has been one of my favorite albums in my always growing music CD /5().
  2. Jorge from Bronx, Ny Godsmack,,,Of course many people just read the tittl and speculate,in Fact came to know is about abortion,even now i like the tune! Zero from Nowhere, Nj Love the drums in this one. Pierce from Peoria, Il In honesty, I think this has absolutely nothing to do with religion or abortion. The song's narrator has been forced by.
  3. Good Times, Bad Times Ten Years of Godsmack is a greatest hits collection by the heavy metal band meabsyluderbochanhillchrisamictrichul.coinfo collection includes all of Godsmack's singles, with the exception of "Bad Magick" and "Bring It On"; and a DVD of the band's acoustic performance in Las Vegas, Nevada at .
  4. Godsmack is the eponymous debut album by the alt-metal band Godsmack. The album was initially paid for by the band and released as All Wound Up, before the band was signed to Universal Records and Republic Records. It was mastered at Sterling Sound in New York City.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for All Wound Up - Godsmack on AllMusic - - Godsmack's first official recording was released.
  6. Bad Religion This song is by Godsmack and appears on the album Godsmack () and on the album Good Times Bad Times 10 Years of Godsmack (). Get back Can you feel it, I'm not like you anymore I can't see, I can't breathe See you quiver like the dogs on the streets Looking down on as I beat you Oh, it's a bad religion From a broken nation It's a .
  7. "Bad Religion" is a song by Godsmack. It served as the fourth and final single from their eponymous debut album.
  8. Numerous cuts, including “Moon Baby,” come encased in nu-metal samples, ominously processed vocals, and saber-toothed funk—but as “Bad Religion” proves, Godsmack frequently shift into grungy hard rock with minimal effects.

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