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Daniel from Salt Lake City, UT 
Dec 10 2015 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Rancid -Life Won't Wait (Orange Double Vinyl) LP
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Life Won't Wait (Orange Double Vinyl) LP

This is Rancid's Sgt. Peppers. Each song is unique enough and you can tell that they pulled out all the stops and brought in all the guest musicians they could fathom. The songwriting is strong, so it's not all fanfare and guest artists.

I don't know if it was the time it was released ( I was a pubescent punk rock kid at the time ) and the anticipation I had in finally getting my ears on it, but this is my favorite Rancid album. I must have listened to this about 300 times the summer it was released, but it's still not only my favorite Rancid album, but albums of all time.

Unfortunately, the album (both discs) came fairly warped. Might be just my copy. I'm not going to point blame, but I am going to research how to true it up - because this album is great.

Daniel from Salt Lake City, UT 
Dec 10 2015 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Bouncing Souls -Comet (Limited Edition Gold with Black Splatter Vinyl) LP
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Bouncing Souls
Comet (Limited Edition Gold with Black Splatter Vinyl) LP

The Soul's sound has evolved and matured with each release which is what you'd expect from a band with 20+ years behind them. All that said, I've always greeted a new album with a little hesitance (hence why I'm finally listening to and reviewing this album years after it's release).

I've been a Bouncing Souls fan for quite a while so I suppose that with every release at this point, I'm somewhat expecting (or wanting) another Maniacal Laughter or S/T. Comet is not that. That foundation is there for sure, but it's built upon by more years of experience. There is deep-set emotion and connection here and I for one love it. The Bouncing Souls have always provided a very cathartic and spiritual experience in the past and this album continues that way.

Comet has a surprisingly aggressive sound. There may not be any songs about throwing toilets off of roofs, but there's no lack of that same spirit of fun and true, punk rock transformation.

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