Finished this morning. It’s a fun read—maybe not as much for the musical history than the members speaking about their personal lives & relationships between one another (I laughed out loud at the bit about Brett exercising his vocabulary at Jay while they attended couples therapy.) I also enjoyed that there’s plenty of Bobby’s perspective covering his tenure in the band. Disappointed Hetson didn’t participate, and in the messy timeline, like the book implying “You” being on the THPS2 soundtrack helped expand Bad Religion’s fan base in 1989/ 1990. Also I get that Age of Unreason is their newest LP, but the section on it feels so press release-y. BR was one of the bands I listened to most from ages 17-22, and even though I didn’t devour this like I would have when I was younger, it’s a satisfying book on the whole.