Rancid (also known as Rancid 5 or Rancid 2000) is the eponymously titled fifth studio album by the American punk rock band Rancid. It is the second eponymous album and was released on August 1, 2000, through frontman Tim Armstrong's label, Hellcat Records. It was the band's first album released through Hellcat. It is Rancid's most hardcore offering to date, which was released as a follow-up to the more ska and reggae oriented Life Won't Wait
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Los angeles, CA 90026. Trouble Maker (LP, Album, Gol + 7", Single). Epitaph, Hellcat Records, Epitaph, Hellcat Records.
TROUBLE MAKER - 19 new songs for you out now. New shows announced. To celebrate the first date of The Bash Festival today in Phoenix, we want to give away some tickets to each of the shows listed below.
Rancid have released a free download of a 1995 show the band played in London. They say it is the first in a series of live bootlegs they'll be giving away for free. Tours: Streetlight Manifesto, Empty Orchestra, Rodeo Ruby Love (Beginning of the End Tour).
Arguably the most influential group on this list, the Sex Pistols stand strong as one of the main pioneers of the punk movement in the . They also gave us John Lydon, responsible for some of the sassiest interviews ever. Another punk icon, The Germs were one of the many punk godfathers who went hard for one album.