Talk:How Could Hell Be Any Worse?

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2008 comment[edit]

The 2004 edition is just a remaster of 80-85' and NOT a remaster of the original album. Also the .nfo from the 1990 rip doesn't tag the tracks 'bad religion', 'slaves', and 'drastic actions' with their version number, whereas the 2004 .nfo does. I removed a line on the main article that alluded to this, as if there may have been a difference between the two releases. 2004 Track list information o this article should really be moved to 80-85' since it's not a remaster of the original 1982 album. But i won't touch that.

2004 edition[edit]

Shouldn't the track list for the 2004 edition of the album be put up, like in a new section after the original 14 tracks. Sure its the same as 80-85 but I was just thinking it should be here as well instead of having to jump around pages. --Riskbreaker87 00:14, 19 September 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]

can this be verified "Many later punk groups such as Death by Stereo cite this album as their main influence"? Quazywabbit 23:54, 23 November 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]

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