Bad Religion doesn't disappoint. With Brett in the mix, the vocal harmonies ("oozin' ahhs") are amazingly strong and on point, and the sound quality is amazing. The tracklist is curious, as well: the exclusion of quite a few of their more popular songs ("Generator," "Infected," "21st Century (Digital Boy)," etc.) in favor of some of their not-as-often played material ("Man With A Mission," "Tomorrow," "Marked") are appreciated for not being a carbon copy of the tracklist from 'Live at the Palladium'.
I would've gladly paid for this. The fact that they released it for free is just icing on the cake.
No way this could be bad. Bad Religion are a force to be reckoned with live, and with Brett on third guitar the sound is fuller especially on guitar-heavy tracks like "Man On A Mission" (probably my favorite track on here). Another plus is the rare, almost-never-played-live tracks that make this more than a Tested / Live At The Palladium redux. The mix is immaculate and much more muscular than their other live records, and despite a few obvious vocal overdubs, 30 Years Live stands as the definitive Bad Religion live document.