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Rancid (2000)

Epitaph/Hellcat 80427

Released on August 1, 2000



The East Bay Bombers bash back with an album of butt-kicking boom. Twenty-two wretch-inducing tracks of hard-driving, hard-living, hardcore hammer that not only walks the walk, it stomps right over.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 43 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Don Giovanni  2%
2 Disgruntled  4%
3 It's Quite Alright  5%
4 Let Me Go  10%
5 I Am Forever  1%
6 Poison Voted #2  11%
7 Loki  2%
8 Blackhawk Down  4%
9 Rwanda  2%
10 Corruption  4%
11 Antenna's  9%
12 Rattle Snake  3%
13 Not to Regret  2%
14 Radio Havana Voted #3  10%
15 Axion  6%
16 Black Derby Jackey  4%
17 Meteor Of War  1%
18 Dead Bodies Voted #1  11%
19 Rigged On A Fix  1%
20 Young Al Capone  4%
21 Reconciliation  1%
22 Golden Gate Fields  4%
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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Jun 19 2011 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I remember back when this CD came out nearly 11 years ago. There were rumors that Tim Armstrong was really ill, and his voice sounded horse on many of his vocals on this album. But! This album is what kind of re-invented Rancid in my opinion. They came back after "Life Won't Wait" with a super charged punk rock album. This is probably my favorite album from Rancid, due to the fact at this time period many people were drifting away from punk. Bands like The Queers, NOFX, and Ranicd kept making good punk albums so we did not have to settle for all the Emo music circulating at the time. Thank God!

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Tom from Longmont, CO 
Nov 27 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

BEST RANCID CD EVER. Hardcore, no gay-ass slow songs, no bullshit. Each song is incredible. They recorded most of these songs LIVE and on the FIRST TAKE. This is real punk rock. Rancid did a fine job with this one. Buy it!

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Arjun from San Jose, CA 
Apr 30 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

there is nothing bad you can say about this cd. they have the really hard punk that we love rancid for, and there's goood melody in there too. not popppy and intolerable, rancid has found the golden mean. great guitar and bass. this is a classic rancid album, definitely up there with let's go, and ...and out come the wolves. in fact, i think i prefer this album to ...and out come the wolves. you can't go wrong with this album

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Greg from Derry, NH 
Sep 28 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

fucking awesome rancid. every song is great except for the ones that matt sings on, he needs to stick to bass. buy it if you don't have it.

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Diego from Tallahassee, FL 
Aug 22 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Dude this cd is the shit, hardcore rancid fans love this one, and if you are not, i hope you are a hardcore punk fan, because that is what you are getting in this cd, punk from begining to end. Enjoy, Rancid fucking rocks.

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Nicole from San Francisco, CA 
May 23 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

No ska songs for everyone in need of a break! I like to think of this as the Rancid cd Lars was dying to do(before he took up the Bastards).

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Caroline from Bethesda, MD 
Mar 4 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Far and away Rancid's best CD.Avoid that and out come the wolves non sense...thats sold well enough anyway.. This is a great CD with fast songs that get right to the point...not a ska song in sight...Highlights include Dead bodies, Disgruntled and meteor of war...BUY IT BUY IT BUY IT!


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John from Ashburn, VA 
Oct 21 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

a GREAT cd by rancid. its lightyears better than life won't wait. rancid returns to the form that is similar to the sound of let's go and ...aoctw. they dropped the ska-reggae sound almost entirely for this cd and returned to their berkley punk roots. all in all its an awesome cd with great songs in which eveyone sings, except the drummer of course. DEFINITELY WORTH EVERY PENNY!!!!!!!

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Reuben from Murrieta, CA 
Aug 23 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

What can I say? Its Rancid, just punk fucking rock. You know their albums like life won't wait and and out come the wolves where they have a little ska sound to them? This ain't one of those. Hardcore punk at its finest and it leaves no room in the pit for skankers on this one. You love hardcore fast punk then this is for you.

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John from Flemington, NJ 
Aug 22 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

im not to big of a rancid fan any more but out of all their records this is my favirorite. its a little harded than the rest.and they've gone down hill from here their newist cd is a pile of garbage by this one and you will respect them more.

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