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And Out Come the Wolves

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Maxwell Murder
1:25  
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The 11th Hour
2:28  
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Roots Radicals
2:47  
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Time Bomb
2:24  
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Olympia WA.
3:30  
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Lock, Step & Gone
2:25  
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Junkie Man
3:04  
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Listed M.I.A.
2:22  
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Ruby Soho
2:37  
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Daly City Train
3:21  
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Journey To The End Of The East Bay
3:11  
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She's Automatic
1:35  
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Old Friend
2:53  
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Disorder And Disarray
2:49  
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The Wars End
1:53  
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You Don't Care Nothin'
2:28  
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As Wicked
2:40  
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Avenues & Alleyways
3:11  
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The Way I Feel
2:34  
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Total Tracks: 19   Total Length: 49:37

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A Must Have

TheScar

Can't believe this is on eMusic. Download it immediately. It's a pastiche of everything that's great about UK punk lovingly recreated by the Bay Area boys. You won't be disappointed... not a bad song on here.

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One of the best albums ever recorded

RSKtown

I might have been upset this wasn't available in the US if I didn't already own it on CD and vinyl. As it is, all I can say is if this is available in your country, grab it now!

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Unforgettable

Niks

This is the pinnacle of American punk rock. No-one has made a better album before or since.

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Unforgettable

Niks

This is the pinnacle of American punk rock. No-one has made a better album before or since.

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Must Have Racid Album

Eddie_S

This album is Rancid at their absolute best. It is just track after track of superb music, with not a single weak cut on it.

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nothing short of genius

pablothebrave

i remember the buzz that surrounded this album before it was released, everyone was saying it would be the benchmark for every punk band to come..... well they were right!... its like an aural attack right from the start, Maxwell murder sets the tone perfectly, fast, a ripping bass line and a frantic chorus. highlights are, as you all know, Ruby Soho, Time Bomb and Olyimpia WA. Tim;'s appreciation for the UK punk bands is evident, particularly the Clash, as well as a greater awareness of the whole punk/ska genres, this is not a sex pistols record with three chords throughout, its four of the best musicians in the world together on one album. make this a priority!

They Say All Music Guide

In the wake of the Offspring’s success, Rancid became a hot band, earning a dedicated cult and sparking a major-label bidding war. After flirting with a handful of major labels, the band decided to stick with Epitaph and returned with And Out Come the Wolves. While the title is a veiled reference to the attention the band gained, the album doesn’t mark an isolationist retreat into didactic, defiantly underground punk rock. Instead, Rancid develop their own identity on the record, which ironically makes them more accessible. Although they continue to draw heavily from the Clash and the Specials — and their roots in the ska-punk band Operation Ivy are quite clear throughout the record — the band plays with such energy and conviction, it’s easy to forgive their derivativeness. On the whole, And Out Come the Wolves is a little too long to make a major impact, but individual tracks are classic moments of revivalist punk, including the skittering 2-Tone tribute “Time Bomb.” – Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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