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As One - Rancid - Lets Go (CD, Album)

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  1. Let's Go is the second studio album by the American punk rock band Rancid. It was released on June 21, , through Epitaph Records and was the band's first album to feature Lars Frederiksen on guitar. The album initially achieved little mainstream success, though it appealed to the band's fanbase. However, the surprise success of punk rock bands such as The Offspring, Green Day and Bad Genre: Punk rock.
  2. Let's call it conditionally ethereal pagan doom, a term definitively reflecting the mood of the album." ( The re-release of also comes as a limited edition, at this time, as a normal CD packed in a six-panel digipack reproducing the original design, including for the first time all lyrics, supplemented by two exclusive.
  3. Jun 02,  · Ganze sechs Jahre waren seit dem letzten Album vergangen, als Rancid mit "Let The Dominoes Fall" endlich wieder ein neues Studioalbum rausgehauen haben. Ich kann und will gar nicht groß herumreden: Obwohl ich diese Band seit ungefähr 10 Jahren regelmäßig und ausgiebig höre, habe ich sie noch immer nicht satt. Im Gegenteil/5().
  4. With Rancid, the band's mix of American thrash minimalism and Brit punk's sound and fury have transcended revivalist mimicry once and for all. The result is a brutally exuberant rock album. When Armstrong sings, "Let me go just one last time," on "Let Me Go," it's a most heart-rending moment of punk poignancy. Before you know it, the album is over.
  5. Aug 21,  · Sleater-Kinney’s roaring “All Hands on the Bad One,” on the other hand, fits my desert island calculus better, standing as a proxy for a wider range of albums — ta ta, the Clash; vaya con.
  6. Apr 07,  · Let's Go, an Album by Rancid. Released 21 June on Epitaph (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Punk Rock. Featured peformers: Tim Armstrong (guitar, vocals), Lars Frederiksen (guitar, vocals), Matt Freeman (bass, vocals), Brett Reed (drums), Brett Gurewitz (producer), Brett Gurewitz (engineer), Michael Roadson (engineer), Mackie (art), Tim Armstrong (art), Jesse Fischer (photography)/5(31).
  7. Rancid released their long-awaited seventh studio album, Let the Dominoes Fall, on June 2, and was their first album of new material in six years. After a five-year wait and many delays, Rancid released their eight studio album, Honor Is All We Know in October

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