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|Most popular Rancid songs (see all 291 songs)|
|1||*||Ben Zanotto lyrics||−|
|2||*||Liberty And Freedom lyrics||−|
|3||*||Sheena Is A Punk Rocker lyrics||−|
|4||*||Time Bomb lyrics||−|
|6||*||The Bottle lyrics||−|
|8||*||The Sentence lyrics||−|
|9||*||Heaven Is Falling lyrics||−|
|10||*||I Ain't Worried lyrics||−|
|Most popular Rancid albums (see all 9 albums)|
|1||=||...And Out Come The Wolves ||2,789|
|2||=||Life Won't Wait ||5,154|
|3||*||B Sides And C Sides ||8,104|
|4||*||Let The Dominoes Fall ||−|
|8||*||Let's Go ||−|
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|11-04-2013 19:46 Biggerocker|
@ Let's Go
Let's Go is the second studio album by the American punk rock band Rancid. It was released on June 14, 1994 through Epitaph Records and was the band's first album to feature Lars Frederiksen on guitar. The album initially achieved little mainstream success, though it appealed to the band's fanbase. However, the surprise success of punk rock bands such as The Offspring, Green Day and Bad Religion in the mid-1990s brought forth more mainstream interest in Let's Go, and it peaked at number 97 on the Billboard 200.
Until the band's fifth album Rancid (2000), Let's Go was the only Rancid album to be produced by Brett Gurewitz, although he engineered the band's third studio album, ...And Out Come the Wolves (1995).
|11-04-2013 19:45 Biggerocker|
Indestructible is the sixth studio album by the American punk rock band Rancid. It was produced by Brett Gurewitz (Bad Religion) and released by Hellcat Records on August 19, 2003. On vinyl, it was released as double album. Despite critical acclaim, the band was criticized by many of its fans for Indestructible's "poppier" sound. It debuted at number 15 on the charts, with 51,000 copies sold in its first week, making it Rancid's second highest-charting album behind their 2009 album, Let the Dominoes Fall. Indestructible marks the last recording by drummer Brett Reed, who left the band in 2006 and was replaced by current drummer Branden Steineckert (formerly of The Used).
|11-04-2013 19:44 Biggerocker|
@ Let The Dominoes Fall
Let the Dominoes Fall is the seventh studio album by the American punk rock band Rancid. It was released on June 2, 2009 through Hellcat Records. It was their first album of new material in nearly six years, following 2003's Indestructible, and their first with drummer Branden Steineckert, who joined the band in 2006 after the departure of founding drummer Brett Reed.
The span of nearly six years between Indestructible and Let the Dominoes Fall was Rancid's longest gap between studio albums in their career. The band had begun working on new material after their temporary hiatus in 2004, but showed no signs of a new album until January 2008, when they announced that they had begun recording with producer and Bad Religion guitarist Brett Gurewitz. The writing and recording process was finally finished in February 2009.
The album's first single "Last One to Die," was released on April 7, 2009 via the band's Myspace page. As of May 26, 2009 the album can be heard on MySpace entirely. "Up To No Good" was released as the album's second single.
A deluxe edition of the album was also released on June 2, 2009. In addition to the regular album, it includes a bonus CD featuring twelve of the songs from the album in acoustic form, a DVD featuring a documentary about the making of the album, three posters and four guitar picks. It debuted at #11 on the Billboard 200, making this Rancid's highest charting album to that date.
|11-04-2013 19:41 Biggerocker|
Rancid (also known as Rancid 5 or Rancid 2000) is the eponymously titled fifth studio album by the American punk rock band Rancid. It is the second eponymous album and was released on August 1, 2000, through frontman Tim Armstrong's label, Hellcat Records. It was the band's first album released through Hellcat. It is Rancid's most hardcore offering to date, which was released as a follow-up to the more ska and reggae oriented Life Won't Wait. It spans 22 tracks in under 40 minutes, resulting in over 3/4 of the songs clocking at under 2 minutes. The Japanese version includes one bonus track, "Sick Sick World". Songs on the album make reference to famous gangster Al Capone, as well as Norse God Loki, John Brown, Ulysses S. Grant, Nelson Mandela, Charles Van Doren, Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales and Don Giovanni. Brett Gurewitz (Bad Religion) reunited with Rancid and became their producer for this album. It was 6 years since he co-produced the band's second album Let's Go (1994), although he engineered the band's third album, ,And Out Come the Wolves (1995). Rancid and Gurewitz would continue their collaboration for their next three albums, Indestructible, Let the Dominoes Fall and their upcoming album which is supposed to be released in 2013.
|11-04-2013 19:39 Biggerocker|
Rancid is the eponymously titled debut studio album by the American punk rock band Rancid. It was released on May 10, 1993, through Epitaph Records. Rancid (1993) is the only Rancid album not to feature Lars Frederiksen on guitar, although he joined while the band was touring in support of it. It was the second of three self-titled releases, the others being the group's debut extended play (1992) and its fifth studio album (2000).
|11-04-2013 19:36 Biggerocker|
@ ...And Out Come The Wolves
,And Out Come the Wolves is the third studio album by the American punk rock band Rancid. It was released on August 22, 1995 through Epitaph Records. Rancid's popularity and catchy songs made them the subject of a major label bidding war (hence the title, ...And Out Come the Wolves taken from a poem in Jim Carroll's Basketball Diaries) that ended with the band staying on Epitaph. With a sound heavily influenced by ska, which called to mind Tim Armstrong and Matt Freeman's past in Operation Ivy, Rancid became one of the few bands of the mid-to late-1990s boom in punk rock to retain much of its original fanbase. In terms of record sales and certifications, ,And Out Come the Wolves is a popular album in the United States. It produced three hit singles: "Roots Radicals", "Time Bomb" and "Ruby Soho", that earned Rancid its heaviest airplay on MTV and radio stations to date. All the singles charted on Modern Rock Tracks. ,And Out Come the Wolves was certified gold by the RIAA on January 22, 1996. It was certified platinum on September 23, 2004.
|23-06-2012 18:58 slayer78|
@ The Wolf
A top rancid song very underrated if you ask me!!
|12-10-2008 21:52 shnizzlets|
@ Travis Bickle
the song is so catchy
|09-10-2008 18:07 shnizzlets|
@ Arrested In Shanghai
love the toon this song is the snhizzlets>
|09-10-2008 17:52 shnizzlets|
@ Start Now
Love the chorus