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Here's how I rank the songs:
1. Ben Zanotto (3.5 stars) Very Standard Rancid tune, circa "Rancid 2000".
2. Stop (3.5 stars) Ska tune w/ horns circa "Out Come the Wolves". Vocals are distorted which may annoy.
3. Devil's Dance (2.5 stars) A punkabilly cut, not my cup o' tea.
4. Dead and Gone (3.5 stars) 2 minute punk tune, circa "Rancid 2000". Matt sings!
5. Stranded (4 stars) A 2 minute scorcher! Cross b/t "Rancid 2000" and "Indestructible"
6. Killing Zone (4 stars) Lars song catchy tune w/ great chorus. Circa "Life wont wait"
7. 100 Years (3.5 stars) 2 minute scorcher w/ no vocals. Bass solo. Very different tune for them.
8. Things to Come (4.5 stars) Slow ska influenced track. Sounds like a lost track off Tims solo ska album. Horns featured.
9. Blast 'Em (3.5 stars) Slower solid punk track that reminds me of their early work.
10. Endrina (3 stars) 1 minute Lars sung track, circa "Rancid 2000"
11. White Knuckle Ride (5 stars) 1:25 of some of the best Bass Matt has ever played.
12. Sick Sick World (3.5 stars) 1:17 scorcher. Circa "Rancid 2000". Great bass again.
13. "Tattoo" (4 stars) 2 minute fast Lars sung track. Great bass line. Good chorus.
14. "That's Entertainment" (3.5 stars) 1:30 Lars sung track. Very "Wolves" "Life" sounding.
15. "Clockwork Orange" (4 stars). Probably the most Rancid song i've ever heard! Great bass line.
16. "Brothels" (4 stars) Slower punk track w/ good guitar hook. Catchy song! Circa "Life"
17. "Just a Feeling" (3.54 stars) 2 minute sing-along circa the first 2 albums, great bass!
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Well played, Rancid, well played. What's cool about this CD is that the songs come from different periods in time and Rancid's career. Since their sound has changed over the years so much, it's cool to be listening to one song and thinking, "Oh, it sounds like they wrote this some time around the 'Life Won't Wait' time period, and then the next song might me more hard hitting and take you back to their 2000 self titled. Ultimately the music can be traced back as far as 1994's 'Let's Go' and that's not a bad thing at all.
So basically, since this is a record of b-sides and there's nothing new, nothing about the sound has really changed. Matt Freeman is still the star of a lot of the tracks, moreso than he was on "Indestructable" which is kind of nice, he was definitely underutilized there. The guitars are nothing special but they never really are, and I continue my stance on their vocals; Tim's voice is amazing, Lars's is okay, and Matt actually sings on this CD too. I love when he gets to since because his voice is just so awesome and different, it's what made Rancid's debut CD so good.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great limited edition vinyl of a great album.Published 16 months ago by Harold K Neighobrs, Kerri Neighbors
been listening to these guys for almost 20 years and they keep getting betterPublished 17 months ago by Robert Wilson
Arrived well packaged, on time and exactly as described. Thank YouPublished 22 months ago by Steven Kennedy
This CD is pretty good, but not up to normal Rancid album standards. However, it is very much worth it if only for the song "The Brothels".Published on August 3, 2013 by Chris Munt
I love Rancid's music and this is a collection that should be followed with a D-Sides and E-Sides if there are any other wonderful nuggets of music in the library.Published on November 29, 2012 by Alonzo Garcia
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