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B Sides And C Sides

Rancid RRCD6

Released on January 15, 2008

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The wait is over. You can stop looking for those scattered 7"s for the one or two songs you don't have because Rancid has provided all their B Sides and C Sides right here on one convenient CD.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 27 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Ben Zanotto  6%
2 Stop  2%
3 Devil's Dance  7%
4 Dead And Gone  3%
5 Stranded  3%
6 Killing Zone  5%
7 100 Years  1%
8 Things To Come  6%
9 Blast 'Em  4%
10 Endrina  3%
11 White Knuckle Ride  5%
12 Sick Sick World Voted #2  7%
13 Tattoo  5%
14 That's Entertainment  1%
15 Clockwork Orange  5%
16 The Brothels  6%
17 Just A Feeling  5%
18 Brixton Voted #3  7%
19 Empros Lap Dog  3%
20 I Wanna Riot Voted #1  11%
21 Kill The Lights  3%
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Marc Jason from Tarlac City, Philippines 
Sep 16 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars

great compilation.... at least i won't have a hard time looking for those missed rancid songs on full length albums.. but this would've be better if they have put the nofx cover songs on the nofx/ rancid split songs on this cd....anyway buy it.. it's reccomended..

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Bill from Kennesaw, GA 
Jul 18 2009 Rating: 3/5 Stars

With a title like "B Sides And C Sides", it should be obvious what kind of album you're in for which is basically a lot of second rate leftovers with some killer gems mixed in. If this album were available on ITunes, I'd advise you to just buy the best songs from there so you can skip the filler here. If you're a huge Rancid fan though, I'd still recommend buying this CD for "Ben Zanotto", "Brothels", "I Wanna Riot" and "Devil's Dance".

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Drew from San Angelo, TX 
Jan 6 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Well, here you have it. Most of the Rancid songs found on various compilations. And yea, you guessed right, its good. Sure the songs don't flow like a full-length album because they weren't written as one. They were produced at different times so they sound different. It still has some great songs on it. When I bought it I recognized, "Killing Zone" from Give 'Em the Boot 4, "White Knuckle Ride" from Punk-o-Rama Volume 10, "Sick Sick World" from the Warped Tour 2001 comp, "Tattoo" from Give 'Em the Boot 5, which you may also have heard Time Again's cover of it on their S/T EP. Also, I had heard "Just a Feeling" from Fat Music for Fat People, and "I Wanna Riot" from Punk-o-Rama 1 and the Roots Radicals EP. The rest were pleasant surprises that I hadn't heard. As stated in previous reviews, there are no liner notes, pictures, or information on where the songs are from or dates from when they were written. So if you are expecting a B-Sides record like NOFX's 45 or 46 songs where Fatty tells you everything about the songs with pictures, well think again. That said, I still suggest you pick this up, so you have all these songs in one place.

I heard that the ones they are selling at shows have info and liner notes about the songs so check that out. Most of the songs you can probably guess which album they didn't make the cut for. This is not to say they are bad songs because they are fucking great, but as far as style you can guess.

There is a good mix of Tim songs and Lars songs, and some that they both do, which is great. Matt sings the lead on track 4, "Dead and Gone". Track 7, "100 Years" is an instrumental. Ben Zanotto of course you've heard Lars sing about him in other songs such as "Roots Radicals".

There are several reggae/ska-ish tunes that would fit right on on Life Won't Wait such as Track 2, "Stop", track 7, "100 Years", track 8, "Things to Come", track 15, "Clockwork Orange", track 18, "Brixton", and track 20, "I Wanna Riot".

The beginning of track 4, "Dead and Gone" sounds like the beginnging of "GGF" to me. Its fucking great.

You may also notice that this release is on Rancid Records as opposed to Hellcat. Interesting, but I think it fits.

Clocks in at 45:31, so hopefully this rekkid plus Tim's solo rekkid A Poet's Life that I'm sure you already have combined, will keep you going until Rancid finally drop their new rekkid this year!! Here's hoping!!

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Brian from Kilwinning, United Kingdom 
Dec 30 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a fantastic buy. Since it is a collection of all those songs that haven't made it onto a finished studio album, you would think there would be a few songs that should be avoided. This is simply not the case. How these songs missed out on six studio albums is anyone's guess, but they have gone on to make a fantastic record nonetheless.

It's hard to pick highlights in this CD, but some songs that will be familiar to fans already - like I Wanna Riot and Tattoo - are certainly up there with the best of them.

Personally I love the psychobilly influence on Devil's Dance and the heavy Reggae and Clash influence on Things To Come which features Rancid's trademark singalong style throughout. But those are only a couple of the songs that appear on the record and the rest are all great songs.

If you're a fan of Rancid - or even if you are not - you should make sure you pick this up. It may be a B-sides collection, but Rancid fail to make tracks that couldn't be singles.

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Denny from Tauranga, New Zealand 
Dec 29 2008 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Rancid released Indestructible in 03 and since then everyones been waiting for the next cd.

With all the waiting and anticipation this cd could never live up to the hype, hopefully the new cd will live up to it.

However, this cd was pretty damn good for just a shitty B sides cd and its nice to have a collection on one cd for a number of hard to get singles from the band. Therefore if your a hardcore fan wishing to get your grubby little hands on some various tracks then this is for you.

I wouldn't recomend this for someone getting into Rancid because as it plays songs throughout Rancid's carrer the music diversity ranges from punk ...And out come the wolves to skankish life wont wait hardout Rancid 2000 and right up intill the commercialised crap of killing zone and can therefore be a bit everywhere. However I guess it does show off the bands 10+ years development in a 40minute cd.

Overall a good cd

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Ramasean from Spokane, WA 
Sep 6 2008 Rating: 1/5 Stars

I love rancid but hey! some times kick ass bands put out junk this CD sucks ass what where they thinking save your money.

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Bob The Slob from Leesburg, IN 
Sep 2 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great CD! All the rancid songs that you heard on comps. are here. This cd will not disapoint! Pick this one up!

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Brian from Galway, Ireland 
Aug 26 2008 Rating: 2/5 Stars

this cd is a joke. it honestly looks like a ten year old put it together, the songs are not in order, theres no info or dates for when the songs came out, no booklet, and its missing the songs brad logan and the harder they fall among others that should be on it.

i was very disapointed, after waiting so long for there new album (that still has'nt came out they think they can scrap a few songs together for a quick buck. I got the dvd too and it's even lamer, not an interview, bonus material, live fottage or any info. very disapointed with rancid.

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Matthew from Central, SC 
Aug 22 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Good stuff, I have heard a few songs before but for the most part it was "new". I'd say about half of the songs were album worthy. I didn't like the lack of notes, pics and art. Seems like they just put it out with out thinking about it. It's worth getting if you are a fan of the pre-Indestructible music.

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Gavin from Belfast, United Kingdom 
Jul 27 2008 Rating: 1/5 Stars

Ummm, a couple of good songs but mostly stuff that wasn't good enough to be released on any of their albums. Varying styles, punk, ska, rockabilly (sort of) and so on. I don't even know if they are still going, frankly I bought this because I own all their albums and have stayed loyal to them even though they seem to be just a major label teeny bop punk band these days. Long gone are the glory days of their first album & Gilman & all that shite, ah well all good things.....

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