Rancid

Rancid

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Rancid were formed in 1991 in Berkeley, California, by Matt Freeman and Tim Armstrong, both of whom were former members of Operation Ivy and Downfall (6).
Rancid includes Armstrong on guitar and vocals, Freeman on bass and vocals, Brett Reed on drums and Lars Frederiksen on guitar and vocals. Reed left the band in 2006 and was replaced by Branden Steineckert, former drummer of The Used. As of November 2006, Armstrong and Freeman have been permanent members of the band and Frederiksen did not join Rancid until 1993 after the band was searching for a second guitar player.
They are credited, along with fellow California bands The Offspring and Green Day, with reviving mainstream popular interest in punk rock in the United States during the mid 1990s and having recorded on Fat Wreck Chords and Epitaph Records (among others), have played a major role in the re-invention of ‘traditional’ punk values in a modern punk scene dominated by pop, metal and emo sensibilities.
Rancid's style often draws comparison with The Clash in their albums ...And Out Come The Wolves and Life Won't Wait, the latter of which is sometimes referred to as "Rancid's Sandinista!". This influence is further emphasized by direct homages to the seminal punk rock group in the lyrics to several of Rancid's songs, such as the title track to Indestructible.
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Rancid Rancid (Album) Epitaph US 1993 Sell This Version
Rancid Let's Go (Album) Epitaph US 1994 Sell This Version
Rancid ...And Out Come The Wolves (Album) Epitaph Japan 1995 Sell This Version
Rancid Life Won't Wait (Album) Epitaph US 1998 Sell This Version
Rancid Rancid (Album) Hellcat Records US 2000 Sell This Version
Rancid 5 Songs From The New Album Hellcat Records US 2000 Sell This Version
NOFX / Rancid NOFX / Rancid - BYO Split Series / Volume III (Album, Comp) Better Youth Organization US 2002 Sell This Version
Rancid Indestructible (Album) Hellcat Records Japan 2003 Sell This Version
none Rancid B.B. King Blues Club & Grill, New York, Ny, August 25, 2006(26xFile, FLAC, Liv) Not On Label (Rancid Self-released) none US 2006
none Rancid Black Cat, Washington, Dc, August 17, 2006(24xFile, FLAC, Liv) Not On Label (Rancid Self-released) none US 2006
none Rancid Black Cat, Washington, Dc, August 16, 2006(25xFile, FLAC, Liv) Not On Label (Rancid Self-released) none US 2006
none Rancid Newport Music Hall, Columbus, Oh, September 7, 2006(28xFile, FLAC, Liv) Not On Label (Rancid Self-released) none US 2006
none Rancid Sunshine Theatre, Albuquerque, New Mexico, August 1, 2006(25xFile, FLAC, Liv) Not On Label (Rancid Self-released) none US 2006
none Rancid B.B. King Blues Club & Grill, New York, Ny, August 26, 2006(24xFile, FLAC, Liv) Not On Label (Rancid Self-released) none US 2006
none Rancid B.B. King Blues Club & Grill, New York, Ny, August 24, 2006(25xFile, FLAC) Not On Label (Rancid Self-released) none US 2006
none Rancid Avalon Theatre, Boston, Ma, August 23, 2006(25xFile, FLAC, Liv) Not On Label (Rancid Self-released) none US 2006
none Rancid Trocadero, Philadelphia, Pa, August 19, 2006(26xFile, FLAC, Liv) Not On Label (Rancid Self-released) none US 2006
none Rancid Trocadero, Philadelphia, Pa, August 20, 2006(26xFile, FLAC, Liv) Not On Label (Rancid Self-released) none US 2006
none Rancid Saint Andrews, Detroit, Mi, September 8, 2006(28xFile, FLAC) Not On Label (Rancid Self-released) none US 2006
none Rancid The Agora, Cleveland, Oh, September 6, 2006(26xFile, FLAC, Liv) Not On Label (Rancid Self-released) none US 2006
none Rancid B.B. King Blues Club & Grill, New York, Ny, August 27, 2006(28xFile, FLAC, Liv) Not On Label (Rancid Self-released) none US 2006
none Rancid House Of Blues, Lake Buena Vista, Orlando, Fl, July 19, 2006(21xFile, FLAC, Liv) Not On Label (Rancid Self-released) none US 2006
none Rancid Black Cat, Washington, Dc, August 18, 2006(24xFile, FLAC, Liv) Not On Label (Rancid Self-released) none US 2006
none Rancid Revolution, Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, Fl, July 21, 2006(22xFile, FLAC, Liv) Not On Label (Rancid Self-released) none US 2006
none Rancid In The Venue, Salt Lake City, Ut, October 5, 2006(27xFile, FLAC) Not On Label (Rancid Self-released) none US 2007

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spin.me.round

spin.me.round

June 9, 2017
Those live shows were legit originally. As annoying as they are to be listed here, they do belong on the page. So far discogs has not put a live listing page for any band. Just look at a band like Pearl Jam to see how out of control those listings can be.
todd409

todd409

June 9, 2017
edited 5 months ago
Good idea adding all the live shows to a master release.
Skeletalcrew

Skeletalcrew

May 28, 2017
These were NOT in any form bootlegs. They were OFFICIAL released and endorsed by Rancid via a partner website. Long before other bands did. Only later these soundboard live shows (mostly in mp3 format, not even in FLAC) surfaced in filesharing platforms like soulseek or emule and shared, since they were not rereleased anymore after 2008 when Jrae website went down. And it's really easy to check, just use the wayback machine (https://archive.org/web/) and look for the official Rancid webpage in 2006.
Dr.Graham

Dr.Graham

May 16, 2017
What a fuck. Who need this unnecessary live bootleg files...
Metalherz

Metalherz

January 28, 2017
Sorry, TwinPowerForce disagreed, guys. If everyone has a solution for the FLAC stuff, it could be fine.
Metalherz

Metalherz

January 28, 2017
I've put together all the mp3 bootlegs, but I didn't succeed to add a title or something like this.
Rob-Front

Rob-Front

November 3, 2016
Is there any option to remove all those mp3 bootlegs in the album list? Or just to switch them into to another section?
njc2o

njc2o

December 13, 2015
What the hell is with all the bootlegs under the albums list?

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