Sunday, March 06, 2011

Rancid: DoTM

I got the idea of doing this DoTM after listening to the band's album And Out Come the Wolves. Last night, Mandy and I made a stop at Guestroom Records in Oklahoma City during which she asked me to purchase her a copy of this album on vinyl. After which, I realized that I have never done one of these DoTM things for them. So here it is.

Rancid is a punk rock band that started in 1991 in Berkeley, California from the ashes of the classic ska-punk band Operation Ivy.

Here are some Rancid websites:

The official Rancid website.
Rancid Wikipedia article.

DISCOGRAPHY

Rancid

Released in January 1992 by Lookout! Records.
Produced by Andy Ernst.
Band lineup:
Tim Armstrong - vocals, guitar; Matt Freeman - bass, vocals; Brett Reed - drums, vocals.
Tracks: 5

Rancid
Released in May 1993 by Epitaph.
Produced by Donnell Cameron.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 16

Radio Radio Radio
Released in August 1993 by Fat Wreck Chords.
Produced by Rancid.
Lineup changes:
Lars Frederiksen was added as 2nd guitarist.
Tracks: 4

Let's Go
Released in June 1994 by Epitaph.
Produced by Brett Gurewitz.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 23
Singles:
"Nihilism" and "Salvation"
Charts:
This album reached #97 on the Billboard 200.

And Out Come the Wolves
Released in August 1995 by Epitaph.
Produced by Jerry Finn and Rancid.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 19
Singles:
"Roots Radicals" "Time Bomb" and "Ruby Soho"
Charts:
Reached #45 on the Billboard 200.

Life Won't Wait
Released in June 1998 by Epitaph.
Produced by Tim Armstrong and Lars Frederiksen.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 22
Singles:
"Bloodclot"
Charts:
Reached #35 on the Billboard 200.

Rancid
Released in August 2000 by Hellcat Records.
Produced by Brett Gurewitz.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 22

BYO Split Series Volume 3
Released in March 2002 by BYO.
Produced by Brett Gurewitz.
Tracks: 12
This album is a split with NOFX. NOFX performs 6 Rancid songs and Rancid performs 6 NOFX songs.

Indestructible
Released in August 2003 by Hellcat.
Produced by Brett Gurewitz.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 20
Singles:
"Fall Back Down"
Charts:
Reached #15 on the Billboard 200.

B Sides and C Sides
Compilation album released in December 2007 by Rancid Records.
Tracks: 21

Let the Dominoes Fall
Released in June 2009 by Hellcat.
Produced by Brett Gurewitz.
Lineup changes:
Branden Steineckert replaced long-time drummer Brett Reed.
Tracks: 19
Singles:
"Last One to Die" and "Up To No Good"
Charts:
Reached #11 on the Billboard 200.

RELATED DISCOGRAPHY

Lars Frederiksen and the Bastards

Lars Frederiksen and the Bastards
Released in March 2001 by Hellcat.
Produced by Tim Armstrong.
Lineup:
Lars - vocals, guitar; Tim Armstrong - guitar; Big Jay Bastard - bass; Skatty Punk Rock - drums.
Tracks: 13

Viking
Released in July 2004 by Hellcat.
Produced by Tim Armstrong.
Lineup:
Lars - vocals, guitar; Tim - vocals, guitar; Craig Leg - guitar, vocals; Big Jay Bastard - bass; Skatty Punk Rock - drums.
Tracks: 17

Devil's Brigade

Devils Brigade
Released in August 2010 by Hellcat.
Produced by Tim Armstrong and Rayn Foltz.
Lineup:
Matt Freeman - bass, guitar, vocals; Tim Armstrong - guitar; DJ Bonebrake - drums.

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