...And Out Come the Wolves

Rancid - ...And Out Come the Wolves
Critic Score
Based on 2 reviews
1995 Ratings: #6 / 440
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Based on 51 ratings
1995 Ratings: #15
August 22, 1995 / Release Date
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Epitaph / Label
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good song writing with good gimmicks. while the songs are repetitive this is a staple in punk rock. the bass playing is phenomenal and groundbreaking.
I would say that this is a mediocre yet acceptable ska punk/punk rock album if it wasn’t for that bassist, the guy is killing it. It’s also a bit longer than it needs to be, especially for a punk album, but overall I’m really digging this one.

“I'll be your friend, but who's keeping score?"
-As Wicked
Quite possibly the best example of melodic punk rock. From Matt Freeman’s amazing basslines in “Maxwell Murder,” to the astounding catchiness of “Timebomb,” “Roots Radicals”, and “Ruby Soho”, Rancid were one of the few bands of the era to sound like they were writing actual pop songs, no matter how much a lot of punk fans don’t want to hear this.
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Track List

  1. Maxwell Murder
  2. The 11th Hour
  3. Roots Radical
  4. Time Bomb
  5. Olympia WA.
  6. Lock, Step & Gone
  7. Junkie Man
  8. Listed M.I.A.
  9. Ruby Soho
  10. Daly City Train
  11. Journey to the End of the East Bay
  12. She's Automatic
  13. Old Friend
  14. Disorder and Disarray
  15. The Wars End
  16. You Don't Care Nothin'
  17. As Wicked
  18. Avenues & Alleyways
  19. The Way I Feel
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