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Rancid – Tim Armstrong (vocals, guitar), Matt Freeman (bass, vocals), Lars Frederiksen (vocals, guitar), Branden Steineckert (drums) – as a band have always been imbued with a sense of place: the blue collar neighborhoods where they grew up, their place as individuals within their band, their band as part of a movement and their evolving sense of place in relation to the world at ... Read more in Amazon's Rancid Store

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  • Audio CD (August 22, 1995)
  • Original Release Date: August 17, 1995
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Epitaph / Ada
  • ASIN: B000001IQH
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (289 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,710 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Maxwell Murder
2. The 11th Hour
3. Roots Radicals
4. Time Bomb
5. Olympia WA.
6. Lock, Step, & Gone
7. Junkie Man
8. Listed M. I. A.
9. Ruby Soho
10. Daly City Train
11. Journey To The End Of The East Bay
12. She's Automatic
13. Old Friend
14. Disorder and Disarray
15. The Wars End
16. You Don't Care Nothin'
17. As Wicked
18. Avenues and Alleyways
19. The Way I Feel

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Just as Green Day aped the Ramones, their contemporaries in this Southern California punk quartet aspired to be the Clash. But also like Green Day, Rancid's fresh approach and excellent songs (including the ska-punk MTV hit "Time Bomb" and the anthemic "Roots Radicals") rose far above tribute-band level. And poet Jim Carroll (The Basketball Diaries) adds spoken-word stream-of-consciousness to the dour "Junkyman." While 19 songs makes this 1995 CD drag on a bit too long, Wolves is evidence of punk rock's relevance a full two decades after the Sex Pistols. --Steve Knopper

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Also and really great bass line from Matt.
The Ant
Too bad my friend had to jack this CD from me... oh well, I will just go out and buy it again because it is 100% worth it.
Loch Ness Mobster
This is by far Rancid's best CD and certainly one of the best albums I have ever heard.
Brian Paige

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41 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Erica Anderson on November 19, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Several years ago I was a huge fan of punk music but over the years my interest in the music quickly diminished because I got fed up with the holier-than-thou attitudes from the Maximum Rock 'N Roll crowds and hearing the same ol' song be rehashed over and over. One of my favorite cds from those days was "And Out Comes the Wolves". There was something edgy to the music that is sorely lacking in the garbage I am hearing nowadays (i.e Good Charlotte). Unfortunately Rancid was subjected to endless comparisons to the legendary punk band The Clash and to a certain extent you can hear The Clash in songs like the reggae-influenced "Time Bomb" and "Roots Radical". I must admit that I bought this cd (back in the mid-'90s) when I would hear songs like "Ruby Soho" and "Roots Radicals" over and over. I almost forgot just how good "And Out Comes the Wolves" until I threw the disc in this evening. It is an album just chockful of melodic yet blistering punk music. There isn't one song on this album that I didn't like. Of all the songs on this cd, I must say that "As Wicked" is my favorite non-single track on the album. The production by Jerry Finn is the perfect example how punk albums should be produced...loose and raw. Bands such as Good Charlotte and Blink 182 are nothing more than boy bands with guitars and wearing clothes from the Goodwill. Their music is overly polished and lacks the edginess that bands like Rancid and The Clash has/had. "And Out Come the Wolves" is a masterpiece.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By James F. Colobus on November 8, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I don't care how often they are compared to the Clash - Rancid are one of the all-time great punk bands. Album after album, they've delivered tight songs with caustic melodies that you can't stop playing over and over. And of all those albums, guess which one is the best? ...and out come the wolves! I'm not the only one here who says so - just look at some of the other reviews. Try not to enjoy "Roots Radicals", "Olympia", or "Journey to the End of the East Bay". How about "She's Automatic"? The songs are infectious, the lyrics insightful and conjuring up vivid images in your mind during almost every song - can't you just see the guys on that city bus during "Roots Radicals"? Listen to "The War's End" and "You Don't Care Nothin'", and then try to tell me you don't want this album? If you already have it, I'm sure your sentiments are pretty much the same as mine. One of my all-time favorite albums.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Arnold Layne on December 11, 2000
Format: Audio CD
"And out come the Wolves" is one of the most powerful albums of all time. It possesses raw energy and positivity, each song carries a message to take to heart. "Maxwell Murder" opens up the album..or should I say kick starts the album. It has a furious bass solo and a relentless beat to it. "Roots Radicals" is a classic punk rock anthem with the classic lyric "Give em the boot, the roots radicals...give em the boot, ya know Im a radical" and the infectuous first single "Time Bomb" which accidently caught on in the mainstream.
"And Out come the Wolves" accomplished so much with so little that Madonna attempted to sign Rancid onto her label...but staying true to themselves, they opted to stay with Epitaph. This made them heroes within the punk community. But enough about useless facts..the album speaks louder than that.
It covers topics ranging from homeless/socialist issues in "As Wicked" and racial barriers as found in "Avenues and Alleyways" which has the positive message "Hes a different colour, but we're the same kid...ill treat him like my brother and he will treat me like his" or the powerful "The inner cities screaming black and blue..the power and the passion of a million youth"
With 19 songs, there is almost too much material. Rancid is an intelligent group with open minds..something lacking nowadays in music. They dare to experiment at times, and it always turns out great. One listen to "And Out come the Wolves" (punk fan or not) will inspire you to think for yourself. Anyone who seriously claims they are musically informed should own this album. It is THAT good.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Scott B. Saul on January 14, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Despite the mohawks, the fake Brittish accents, the tattoos, the sneering and the corny lyrics you nonetheless still have the foundation for a good rock band.

It is easy to analyze Rancid in that they have effectively stole all of the essential elements from the 1970's punk bands. The aching vocals of the Clash, the crunch of the Sex Pistols, the bottom heavy sound of the Jam, the thick-toned ska of Madness and the sneer of Generation X to make a gumbo of the ingredients from the best of the past.

Is it a rip off? Maybe.

But, on the other hand, most music is derivative. If you consider punk a serious and historical form of music then it has to have an influence on other artists 30 years later.

Most or all of the great punk bands burned themselves out. With the exception of the Clash, none of them had any longitivity.

Rancid took the best elements of this coveted music and, essentially, did it better. They applied better songwriting, better musicianship, better production, more substance in the songwriting, etc.

It is silly to call it punk. Punk from the 70's was a reaction to the "fat" in the music business and lean times for the economic period. There are no poltical issues to substantially affect them.

I find this to be a good and enduring work. There are a lot of songs on this disc with a variety of styles. So much keeps on coming at you, song or after song.

Not everything is great but there are some quality, I mean killer, tunes here."Maxwell Murder" has a killer bass solo. "Roots Radicals" falls into a throbbing groove. "Time Bomb" is great and musically muscular ska rune. "Olympia WA" employs heartfelt and crackling voclas.
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