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1. Recipe for Hate
2. Kerosene
3. American Jesus
4. Portrait of Authority
5. Man With a Mission
6. All Good Soldiers
7. Watch It Die
8. Struck a Nerve
9. My Poor Friend Me
10. Lookin' In
11. Don't Pray On Me
12. Modern Day Catastrophists
13. Skyscraper
14. Stealth
15. One Life (Feat. Tanto Blacks)
16. Easy Like Sunday Morning
17. Mom And Dad


''Recipe for Hate'' is Bad Religion's seventh full-length album, released on September 21, 1993. This was their last album on Epitaph Records and the band switched to Atlantic Records before its release.

While the album was released on a major label, ''Recipe for Hate'' initially received mixed reviews from music critics, who generally found it to be less impressive than Bad Religion's past releases, though it has gained a cult following in recent times. The album got the band's highest U.S. chart position to date, debuting at #14 on Billboard's Heatseekers chart, with "American Jesus" and "Struck a Nerve" in particular becoming major rock radio hits at their time. - Wikipedia