80–85 is the first compilation album by Bad Religion, released in 1991 after the band had risen to success. It is a collection of their early recordings before the 1988 release of their third album Suffer.
80–85 is out of print, but on April 6, 2004, a remastered version of this album was released. It shares the same name as their 1982 debut How Could Hell Be Any Worse? and includes the same track listing as 80–85. Reissues of their post-1985 releases – Suffer, No Control, Against the Grain and Generator – were released on the same day as the 2004 remastered version of this album, as well as a DVD reissue of their live VHSAlong the Way.
One of the most mysterious aspects of this compilation is its release date. Although the inlay on some says it was from 1991, this information may be confusing, like other early Bad Religion releases. Another reason why it could have been released before 1991 is because of its catalog number; 80-85 was released as Epitaph number 86407, while Against the Grain was released as Epitaph number 86409. For a while, Epitaph.com and the official Bad Religion website both claimed it was released on May 18, 1992, two months after the release of then-current album Generator (the current Bad Religion website claims it was released on November 12, 1991). Also, some CD lookup databases such as CDDB list 1989 as its release date. Finally, Allmusic claims it was released in 1990, while Punknews.org claims it was released in 1985 and Epitaph.com claims it was released in 1994, but there are no facts to support either case.