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Rancid – …And Out Come The Wolves (1995) CD Album

Band: Rancid

Album: ...And Out Come The Wolves

Release Date:

Music Genre: Punk Rock Ska

Label: Epitaph

Release Country: United States

Record Type: 19 Tracks CD Album

Rancid were formed in 1991 in Berkeley, California, by Matt Freeman and Tim Armstrong, both of whom were former members of Operation Ivy and Downfall (6).
Rancid includes Armstrong on guitar and vocals, Freeman on bass and vocals, Brett Reed on drums and Lars Frederiksen on guitar and vocals. Reed left the band in 2006 and was replaced by Branden Steineckert, former drummer of The Used. As of November 2006, Armstrong and Freeman have been permanent members of the band and Frederiksen did not join Rancid until 1993 after the band was searching for a second guitar player.

19 Tracks
1 Maxwell Murder1:25
2 The 11th Hour2:28
3 Roots Radicals2:47
4 Time Bomb2:24
5 Olympia WA.3:30
6 Lock, Step & Gone2:25
7 Junkie Man3:04
8 Listed M.I.A.2:22
9 Ruby Soho2:37
10 Daly City Train3:21
11 Journey To The End Of The East Bay3:11
12 She's Automatic1:35
13 Old Friend2:53
14 Disorder And Disarray2:49
15 The Wars End1:53
16 You Don't Care Nothin'2:28
17 As Wicked2:40
18 Avenues & Alleyways3:11
19 The Way I Feel2:34

Recorded at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA and Electric Lady Studios, New York City, NY.

Mixed at Soundtracks Studio, New York City, NY.

Mastered at Master Disc, NYC, NY.

Additional recording in New York

All songs published by I Want To Go Where The Action Is Music B.M.I. 1995

Intro to Maxwell Murder from the movie Gringo, by Lech Kowalski

Printed in Canada

Β©+β„— 1995 Epitaph

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