Rancid ‎– ...And Out Come The Wolves

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1 Maxwell Murder 1:25
2 The 11th Hour 2:28
3 Roots Radicals 2:47
4 Time Bomb 2:24
5 Olympia WA. 3:30
6 Lock, Step & Gone 2:25
7 Junkie Man
Scratches – DJ Disk
3:04
8 Listed M.I.A. 2:22
9 Ruby Soho
Mixed By – Jerry Finn
2:37
10 Daly City Train 3:21
11 Journey To The End Of The East Bay 3:11
12 She's Automatic 1:35
13 Old Friend 2:53
14 Disorder And Disarray 2:49
15 The Wars End 1:53
16 You Don't Care Nothin' 2:28
17 As Wicked 2:40
18 Avenues & Alleyways 3:11
19 The Way I Feel 2:34

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Recorded at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA and Electric Lady Studios, New York City, NY.
Mixed at Soundtracks Studio, New York City, NY.
Mastered at Master Disc, NYC, NY.
Additional recording in New York

All songs published by I Want To Go Where The Action Is Music B.M.I. 1995

Intro to Maxwell Murder from the movie Gringo, by Lech Kowalski

Printed in Canada

©+℗ 1995 Epitaph

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 4577-86444-2 1
  • Matrix / Runout: 134874-2XD1-5185-1 DISCTRONICS USA **86444-2**
  • Matrix / Runout (Inner): I P

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
86444-1 Rancid ...And Out Come The Wolves(LP, Album) Epitaph 86444-1 US 1995 Sell This Version
PPR063 Rancid ...And Out Come The Wolves(5x7", Album, Ltd, RM, Whi) Pirates Press Records PPR063 US 2012 Sell This Version
7441-1 Rancid ...And Out Come The Wolves(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, 180) Epitaph 7441-1 Europe 2016 Sell This Version
RRP1 Rancid ...And Out Come The Wolves(LP, Album, Pic) Rancid Records RRP1 US 2004 Sell This Version
86444-2 Rancid ...And Out Come The Wolves(CD, Album) Epitaph Records 86444-2 Unknown Sell This Version

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kingwiltsu

kingwiltsu

September 24, 2005
edited over 11 years ago

I still remeber the year '95, when I got this album. It stayed on my cd player for months straigth and I have returned to this album every now and then. This must be the best punk record I've ever heard! The prodcution is good, the musician are awesome (especially Matt's bassplaying), the lyrics are good, not too serious and political. All the songs are good and interesting, not too long and boring. The ska and reggae influences give a good feeling throughout the album. Very positive and down-to-earth music.