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  • Let's Go (20th Anniversary Reissue) Let's Go (20th Anniversary Reissue) Quick View

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    Let's Go (20th Anniversary Reissue)

    To celebrate the 20th anniversary of two very special releases in our history, Epitaph Records is proud to present
    deluxe 20th Anniversary editions of Rancid's Let's Go and NOFX Punk In Drublic. Released on the cresting wave
    of second generation punk bands that brought the Offspring, Rancid and NOFX (alongside Green Day and Nirvana)
    to massive success, these LPs are finally receiving the treatment they deserve, remastered and pressed on 180
    gram vinyl, with beautiful heavy-stock embossed sleeves. These limited editions won't be around for long (maybe
    in another 20 years?), so order now and enjoy!
    1. Nihilism
    2. Radio
    3. Side Kick
    4. Salvation
    5. Tenderloin
    6. Let's Go
    7. As One
    8. Burn
    9. The Ballad of Jimmy & Johnny
    10. Gunshot
    11. I Am The One
    12. Gave It Away
    13. Ghetto Box
    14. Harry Bridges
    15. Black & Blue
    16. St. Mary
    17. Dope Sick Girl
    18. International Cover-Up
    19. Solidarity
    20. Midnight
    21. Motorcycle Ride
    22. Name
    23. 7 Years Down
    Rancid
    $23.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP + CD - Sealed Buy Now
  • ...Honor Is All We Know ...Honor Is All We Know Quick View

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    ...Honor Is All We Know

    Rancid's new record Honor Is All We Know is much like their other records in
    the sense that it is filled with the stories and characters that populate the
    band's lives, and reflects the cultural and political climate in which it was
    written and recorded. It has classic Rancid songcraft: two minute songs packed
    with melody, personally empathetic and politically denunciatory. But Honor
    Is All We Know is also unique in that it is filled with the growing insight of
    a band who has been doing this for a while now: it feels natural and organic,
    written without an agenda or a bone to pick, rather the culmination of lives
    lived largely with a keen interest in the world and a sense of brotherhood.


    In the late 1980's Tim Armstrong and Matt Freeman of Rancid were founders of
    arguably the most influential band from the Bay Area Operation Ivy. Operation
    Ivy has been cited by everyone from Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong to Fat
    Mike of NOFX as the group that most affected the sound of their own bands.
    Rancid has lead in extensive career since those days back in the East Bay including selling nearly 3 million albums with one Platinum album and one Gold
    Record under their belts (And Out Come the Wolves, Let's Go). In the midst of
    anniversaries for both albums, Rancid will be playing some high-profile festival shows in 2015, and the moment has never been better for old and new fans to
    remind themselves of the cultural force and punk rock power of Rancid.

    1. Back Where I Belong
    2. Raise Your Fist
    3. Collision Course
    4. Evil s My Friend
    5. Honor Is All We Know
    6. A Power Inside
    7. In The Streets
    8. Face Up
    9. Already Dead
    10. Diabolical
    11. Malfunction
    12. Now We re Through With You
    13. Everybody s Suffering
    14. Grave Digger
    Rancid
    $19.99
    Vinyl LP + CD - Sealed Buy Now
  • Let's Go (Out Of Stock) Let's Go (Out Of Stock) Quick View

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    Let's Go (Out Of Stock)

    Let's Go is a 1994 album by the American punk rock band Rancid.


    Released on the influential indie label Epitaph Records, Let's Go initially achieved little mainstream success, though it appealed to the band's fanbase. However, the surprise success of punk rock bands like The Offspring, Green Day and Bad Religion in the mid-1990s brought forth more mainstream interest in the album, and it ultimately reached #97 on the Billboard 200.

    1. Nihilism
    2. Radio
    3. Side Kick
    4. Salvation
    5. Tenderloin
    6. Let's Go
    7. As One
    8. Burn
    9. The Ballad of Jimmy & Johnny
    10. Gunshot
    11. I Am The One
    12. Gave It Away
    13. Ghetto Box
    14. Harry Bridges
    15. Black & Blue
    16. St. Mary
    17. Dope Sick Girl
    18. International Cover-Up
    19. Solidarity
    20. Midnight
    21. Motorcycle Ride
    22. Name
    23. 7 Years Down
    Rancid
    $19.99
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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