Young Ones Records

This is where it all starts. Without any reminiscing about their former band Operation Ivy, Matt Freeman (bass) and Tim Armstrong (guitar/vocals) blast through their debut without any hints of ska or blatant Clash plagiarizing. On the con- trary, this album rips through 15 tracks of high-energy punk thatís accompanied by heavy bass leads and Armstrongís permanently slurred vocals. And to top it all off, the lyrical content deals with urban blight and the lifestyle of being a public nuisance. With this trademark sound, Rancid provides the perfect soundtrack for any car chase that includes massive property damage; is it a wonder MTV wouldnít touch this? -Mike DaRonco

This is where it all starts. Without any reminiscing about their former band Operation Ivy, Matt Freeman (bass) and Tim Armstrong (guitar/vocals) blast through their debut without any hints of ska or blatant Clash plagiarizing. On the con- trary, this album rips through 15 tracks of high-energy punk thatís accompanied by heavy bass leads and Armstrongís permanently slurred vocals. And to top it all off, the lyrical content deals with urban blight and the lifestyle of being a public nuisance. With this trademark sound, Rancid provides the perfect soundtrack for any car chase that includes massive property damage; is it a wonder MTV wouldnít touch this? -Mike DaRonco

045778642885

Details

Format: Vinyl
Label: EPITAPH
Rel. Date: 09/22/2023
UPC: 045778642885

Rancid: 30th Anniversary Edition [Limited Edition White & Black Splatter LP]
Artist: Rancid
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $26.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Adina
2. Hyena
3. Detroit
4. Rats in the Hallway
5. Another Night
6. Animosity
7. Outta My Mind
8. Whirlwind
9. Rejected
10. Injury
11. The Bottle
12. Trenches
13. Holiday Sunrise
14. Unwritten Rules
15. Union Blood
16. Get Out of My Way

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This is where it all starts. Without any reminiscing about their former band Operation Ivy, Matt Freeman (bass) and Tim Armstrong (guitar/vocals) blast through their debut without any hints of ska or blatant Clash plagiarizing. On the con- trary, this album rips through 15 tracks of high-energy punk thatís accompanied by heavy bass leads and Armstrongís permanently slurred vocals. And to top it all off, the lyrical content deals with urban blight and the lifestyle of being a public nuisance. With this trademark sound, Rancid provides the perfect soundtrack for any car chase that includes massive property damage; is it a wonder MTV wouldnít touch this? -Mike DaRonco

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