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Rancid

Indestructible

WEA 48529

Released on August 19, 2003

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Drawing from and amplifying upon their entire body of work, Indestructible is a testament to the durability of the human spirit, and to the positive power that music can have in our lives. Perhaps their most personal album to date on Indestructible Rancid takes us along on an unforgettable musical journey. Whether retelling true stories from their lives as in the touching “Red Hot Moon”, the tragic “Other Side” or the rollicking “Gilman St”, or presenting a worldview born of dues paid and tours made in songs like “Start Now”, “Against The Wall” and “Ivory Coast”, Indestructible is irresistibly tuneful throughout. On this, the group's sixth CD, styles range from the long awaited return of Rancid’s patented brand of ska on “Red Hot Moon” to the super intense Discharge inspired hardcore strains of “Out Of Control”. Like every Rancid CD this one has a few twists and turns and more than enough musical surprises to keep the mix fresh and exciting, but Indestructible also marks a return to the bands roots that will surely have true Rancid fans rejoicing!

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Rod from Dillingham, AK 
Feb 28 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

It has a few good songs on it, but also some shitty ones, i think it's worth buying, but it's got nothing amazing to add to any genre.

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Tyson from Gold Coast, Australia 
Sep 28 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Indestructible was a great CD, and i highly rate it along with 'Lets Go' , 'And Out Come The Wolfs' and the 2000 selftitled album. Although it is a great cd i still found that some of the song structures not quite up to standard of previous cds. This still does not take away anything from the cd, as Rancid are a quality band and there is never any surprise that every new cd is a ripper!

Definatley reccomened it for any punk or rude boy or just any Rancid fan!

Tyson Gold Coast, QLD Australia

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Josh from Modesto, CA 
Jun 8 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Awsome CD!!! Way different than "out come the wolves" though cause Tim sings in almost all the songs. A lot of the songs have a little mix of genres like reggae and rock which is cool too

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Elliot from Apo, AE 
Feb 24 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

While a good CD, they have changed a lot from where they used to musically stand. I wouldn't suggest this CD to someone who doesn't like bands that change a bit in their sound over time. Still, pretty good CD.

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Oscar from Fuente Saz-madrid, Spain 
Dec 11 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Bueno Lars, en el concierto de Madrid con los Bastards dijiste que vendrias con Rancid a tocar, a ver si es verdad!!!!

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Nicholas from Louisville, CO 
Sep 6 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd freaking rocks my face!!! THis cd is just plain awesome. IT was this cd that got my into punk. I used to only like emo and pop-punk, but this cd changed me. It is just awesome. My favorite tracks are 1-19. That is how good it is. The first song Indestructible is amazing. If you like any kind of music get this cd. RANCID ROCKS MY FACE!!!!

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Clay from Dallas, TX 
May 3 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this cd is more musical than the other rancid cd's but i would get rancid 2000 first, if you already have it then buy this

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Rich from Las Vegas, NV 
Jan 24 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

IF YOU LIKE GREAT PUNK ROCK OF ANY KIND AND SET TO GREAT STORY TELLING LYICS, THIS IS THE DISC TO CHHECK OUT. THIS DISC SHOWS THE RANGE OF TALANT RANCID POSESSES. IF YOU ENJOYED "OUT COME THE WOLVES" PICK THIS UP.

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Bernardo from San Ysydro, CA 
Dec 5 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

really good record, but it will never beat "And Out Come The Wolves..." I heard this Band "Los kung fu Monkeys" hear on interpunk and I think if you love Rancid you will love this band. check it out

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Lawrence from Wellington, OH 
Nov 8 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

it's funny that "true" rancid fans can't take in something different by them. yes it is quite a bit different from other releases but it's still in rancid fashion and it really shows how many sounds they can have. i won't say its better then ..and out come the wolves, or lets go, BUT it is a very good release and i wouldn't change it, you need variety and they are giving it to the fans. so go ahead and say rancid are sellouts and blah blah blah because of the video for fall back down and having benji in it, if you care that much of who the band members are friends with you are missing the point of the music and need to get a clue. it's not like they are singing pop punk and going gay like all these other trend bands. once you hear a pop song by rancid you may continue bitching and talking shit.

 
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