|Live album by|
|Released||January 1, 1997 (Europe)|
|Genre||Punk rock |
|Producer||Bad Religion and Ronnie Kimball|
|Bad Religion chronology|
Tested is a live album by punk rock band Bad Religion.   It was recorded in the USA, Canada, Germany, Estonia, Denmark, Italy and Austria, in 1996, and released in 1997. It is Bad Religion's second live album. Instead of using crowd microphones and mobile studios like most live albums, the band tapped the inputs, for a result that portrays Bad Religion's live sound without crowd noise.  It also includes three new songs; "Dream of Unity," "It's Reciprocal," and the title track.
Dave Thompson, in Alternative Rock, wrote: "Disconcerting the first listen, energizing thereafter, few live albums have been this brave." 
|2.||"Punk Rock Song"||Graffin||2:24|
|6.||"Pity the Dead"||Graffin||2:59|
|7.||"1000 More Fools"||Gurewitz||1:39|
|10.||"Change of Ideas"||Graffin||0:59|
|11.||"Portrait of Authority"||Graffin||2:52|
|12.||"What It Is"||Graffin||2:20|
|13.||"Dream of Unity" (Studio Track)||Graffin||2:50|
|15.||"American Jesus"||Gurewitz, Graffin||3:15|
|16.||"Do What You Want"||Gurewitz||1:15|
|18.||"Ten In 2010"||Graffin||2:24|
|20.||"Along the Way"||Graffin||1:38|
|21.||"Recipe for Hate"||Graffin||2:15|
|22.||"Fuck Armageddon... This Is Hell"||Graffin||3:00|
|23.||"It's Reciprocal" (Studio Track)||Graffin, Baker, Schayer||2:04|
|24.||"Struck a Nerve"||Graffin||3:36|
|25.||"Leave Mine to Me"||Graffin||2:13|
|26.||"Tested" (Studio Track)||Graffin||3:05|
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