02. Prove It
03. Can't Stop It
05. Destined For Nothing
07. Kyoto Now
11. The Defense
12. The Lie
13. You Don't Belong
14. Bored And Exteremerly Dangerous
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The Process Of Belief
Recalling the ferocity of their earliest work with the unique harmonizing qualities that've helped define a thriving generation in the So. Cal Punk scene, the reunited core team of Gurewitz, Graffin and Bentley have upped the anti again in sound, volume and density. "The Process Of Belief" rivals and surpasses anything they've accomplished to date, emotionally, technically, and tactfully. Each of the fourteen tracks follow their own paths, embodying thoughts of discontentment and discouragement, questioning authority and humanity along the way and react with resolve, filtered with virtue, and far surpass previously trained ideas of Punk music constraint.
- Vinnie Apicella
The Process Of Belief
Oozin' aahs Oozin' aahs ''' jay, brett, greg
all songs written by greg graffin and brett gurewitz
produced by brett gurewitz and greg graffin
recorded by billy joe bowers
mixed by brett gurewitz except "epiphany" mixed by jerry finn
assistant engineers ' jeff moses and phillip brousard
recorded in los angeles at sound city & westbeach recorders
mixed at larabee east
mastered by bob ludwig at gateway
drum tech ' ross "drum doctor" garfield
sitar on "the defense" ' mikaleno
art direction & design '' mackie osborne
praying family illustration '' chris martin
all songs c polypterus music (bmi) and emi music publishing (bmi)
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US Rel. Date: 01/22/2002
EU Rel. Date: 01/15/2002
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OK, right--that's pretty much what these guys have been doing throughout their 20-year recording career. But they've got a bit more spring in their step on "Process," perhaps because of the first appearance of original guitarist-songwriter Brett Gurewitz since 1994's "Stranger Than Fiction," or maybe because the group, which moved to Atlantic Records that same year, has returned to Gurewitz's fiercely indie Epitaph label.
Speaking partly as if addressing a select few who can understand the message, and partly as if anyone who really listens can get it, the band tears through 14 tracks in 36 minutes. Guitars mesh with pell-mell assurance as the players veer from the singsong one-two punk of "Supersonic" and "Destined for Nothing" to the breathless tirades "Prove It" and "Materialist" to the angular anthem "Epiphany" and the goth-pop ballad Broken."
"You might not think there's any wisdom in a ... punk rock song," taunts the environmentally minded "Kyoto Now!" Au contraire, messieurs. There is quite a bit.
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