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Rancid (1993)

Epitaph 86428

Released on May 11, 1993


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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 34 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Adina  10%
2 Hyena Voted #1  21%
3 Detroit Voted #3  13%
4 Rats In The Hallway Voted #2  17%
5 Another Night  5%
6 Animosity  3%
7 Otta My Mind  3%
8 Whirlwind  1%
9 Rejected  10%
10 Injury  1%
11 Bottle, The  4%
12 Trenches  1%
13 Holiday Sunrise  2%
14 Unwritten Rules  2%
15 Get Out Of My Way  6%
16 (untitled)  1%
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Michael from Wilmington, OH 
Sep 7 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I mean really what more needs to be said other than it's Rancid. So, just get it already. If you like them you will like this one.

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

i have to lets go, and out come the wolves, rancid 2000, and indestructible. this is a good addition to my rancid collection. i really have nothing bad to say about any of these albums. lars fredrickson wasn't on this album, but it doesn't seem like anything's missing. if you like new rancid sound, you'll still love this album. i dont like matt freeman's vocals that much, but that's just personal preference. the music is awesome.

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Adrian from Houston, TX 
Apr 11 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I thought this would be slower than the other Rancid albums, but it's still kickass not many songs on it i dont like so it rules.

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Connor from Cary, NC 
Feb 3 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Wow man. I got into Rancid after hearing "Ruby Soho" a few years back. I bought And out Come the Wolves immediatly. now,this is my 4th Rancid album. I am impressed!!!!The Bass on this album blew my fucking mind. I am amazed how Matt Does it. Tim is great on this album too. Hell,this is my favorite Rancid album!I listen to "Rats in the Hallway" pretty much every day. Great record. A must own

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Drew from San Angelo, TX 
Aug 26 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

As most people reading this already know, this is Rancid's first proper full-length release. This is the product and result of Matt Freeman getting his alcoholic good friend Tim 'Lint' Armstrong off the streets and into a band again. Operation Ivy ended and it left Tim somewhat distrought. This CD is the result of what was on Matt and Tim's mind. Also, as most of you probably already know, Rancid is a 3-piece band on this record. Lars Frederiksen was not a member yet. Which automatically makes it completely different than all the other Rancid cd's. Tim sings on every song and Matt sings a lot more than he does on Indestructible, for instance. The whole CD is really fast punk, somewhat comparable to the other self-titled Rancid CD [2000]. There are not loopy ska riffs on this record as comparable to Life Won't Wait. Instead, there are lots of single-guitar parts (hence no Lars yet!) and gallopping drum beats. In fact, I've read more than once that Brett Reed was not a drummer for long previous to Matt and Tim asking him to be a part of this new punk band they were starting called 'Rancid.' Haha, I find that to be very interesting. Well, if your a fan of any of Rancid's other albums and you have yet to get this one, you should most definately do so. This is their first effort and it should be a part of every Rancid fans collection. If you are not much into Rancid yet, but are a fan of any of the members of Rancid's other projects current and/or past such as Operation Ivy, Lars Frederiksen and the Bastards, The Transplants, or Devil's Brigade, then you should most definately check this one out. Clocking in at 34:15 this proves to be the beginning of a very successful band and to this day continue to put out great punk music.

2 thumbs up for Rancid!

See ya in the pit!

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Brian from Iron Mountain, MI 
Apr 29 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Rancid's second best album. I like the guitar work and especially the bass, thats the best part and that Lars isn't in the band yet. (Rancid was a lot better with out him). I reccommend Let's go before buying this

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Andy from Crestview, FL 
Apr 24 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I really like this cd, but I thought the lead singer was better when he sang for Simple Plan. Tim Armstrong is a very good drummer!

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Mike from Nicholasville, KY 
Feb 5 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Rancid is my personal favorite band. i have all the other rancid CD's, and this is my 5th favorite, out of there six CD's (not counting EP's) if you really want to listen to real rancid i suggested, 2000, Lets go, and life wont wait. there my favorite albums. but this is still a great CD, just not as good as rancid could be, probably because Lars wasnt in the band yet, and you can only hear Tim and Matt's voices (matts voice is weird) all in all kick ass punk bye this CD!

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Joyce from Carmel, IN 
Jan 5 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

When i stuck this cd in the cd player i picked a random song, number 22 which is coppers. it started playing and i just didnt move, talk, or anything except think "this cant be rancid". This cd is probably one of rancids best albums ever. It sounds alot different than most of their stuff but its just as good if not better. The best song on this cd is 1998. Rancid kicks ass and is the best band ever and always will be. If your going to buy a rancid cd, then buy this one because you wont regret it, its got 22 amazing songs and its one of the cheepest cds ive ever bought. Thanks interpunk

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Andrew from State College, PA 
Sep 20 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Even without Lars in the crew Rancid still rocks as hard as ever. Without a doubt this has to be Rancids rawest album. Tim Armstrong and Matt Freeman speed through the songs like a bullet train (although nothing is as fast as on Rancid V)and even though Brett Reeds drums seem to slow them up a bit the songs still sound great. It is definetly less poppy than there other releases to date and it lacks the roots guitar riffs of Lars but its still a killer album. Great album all together and well deserving of a 5

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