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Name - Rancid - Lets Go (Cassette, Album)

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  1. "They were fun but not that great — the drummer was really bad," Jones recalls of that time around The band came back a few months later. They had changed their name to Mission Impossible.
  2. Let's go! where the music's loud Let's go! where there ain't no problems, fuck this, fucking transit I ain't forty, I like your stories Keep them coming cause it's kind a boring It ain't coming you have to find it 'cause all of a sudden you got grounded You didn't care, you just did At the sign that said: all beware.
  3. Feb 16,  · The second studio album from Rancid. Certified gold by the RIAA six years after its release. "Let's Go" reached #97 on the Billboard and #2 on Heatseekers. The album includes one of their biggest hits: "Salvation"/5().
  4. Buy Let's Go [20th Anniversary Edition] (LP) by Rancid (LP $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  5. 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.
  6. Whatever Rancid lack in innovation, they make up with sheer energy. The group rushes through Let's Go with an invigorating recklessness, sounding like a less-serious, party-ready version of the kalkisnilalmeenawhisperbringer.xyzinfo's almost impossible to understand what vocalist Tim Armstrong sings at any given moment, yet there is no great meaning in what Rancid say -- the message is in the buzzing guitars and speeding 8/
  7. Jul 13,  · Judy Dyble, a singer and songwriter who was in the first recorded lineup of the British folk-rock institution Fairport Convention before going on to an extensive, though interrupted, recording.
  8. Rancid's second LP, released in , is disarmingly good from start to finish. With roots set firmly in their Berkeley punk rock origins, on Let's Go Rancid set out with heart, soul and vehemence to reach new heights in their music. Some of the highlights are "Salvation," "Radio," and "Nihilism," but all the of the songs bristle with the unmatched signature of Tim Armstrong's intensely.
  9. Let's Go is a album by the American punk rock band Rancid. Released on the influential indie label Epitaph Records, Let's Go initially achieved little mainstream success, though it .

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