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Rancid – Tim Armstrong (vocals, guitar), Matt Freeman (bass, vocals), Lars Frederiksen (vocals, guitar), Branden Steineckert (drums) – as a band have always been imbued with a sense of place: the blue collar neighborhoods where they grew up, their place as individuals within their band, their band as part of a movement and their evolving sense of place in relation to the world at ... Read more in Amazon's Rancid Store

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  • Audio CD (25 Aug. 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: WARNER BROS
  • ASIN: B0000AI44R
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 97,976 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Indestructible (Album Version)
2. Fall Back Down (Album Version)
3. Red Hot Moon (Album Version)
4. David Courtney (Album Version)
5. Start Now (Album Version)
6. Out Of Control (Album Version)
7. Django (Album Version)
8. Arrested In Shanghai (Album Version)
9. Travis Bickle (Album Version)
10. Memphis (Album Version)
11. Spirit Of '87 (Album Version)
12. Ghost Band (Album Version)
13. Tropical London (Album Version)
14. Roadblock (Album Version)
15. Born Frustrated (Album Version)
16. Back Up Against The Wall (Album Version)
17. Ivory Coast (Album Version)
18. Stand Your Ground (Album Version)
19. Otherside (Album Version)

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Many fans feared that after sampling the solo life with the likes of Transplants and Lars Frederiksen and the Bastards that the members of Rancid would never regroup for Indestructible, their sixth studio outing. After getting over the initial shock of the "sell-out" connection with WEA, most fans will be glad they did. Where the band's eponymously titled 2000 album saw them attempting to recapture the moral high ground by aping the straight-ahead hardcore sound of the early 1980s, Indestructible is a return to the eclectic mix of their own breakthrough album And Out Come the Wolves. Thus "Red Hot Moon" and "Memphis" are melancholy, Clash-marked ragga-grooves, "Arrested in Shanghai" and "Back Up Against the Wall" are melodic pop-rock, while "Out of Control" and "Born Frustrated" are screaming punk assaults. Their politics, naturally, remain sound, as evinced by "Ivory Coast" and the anti-violence anthem "Spirit of 87". If there's one surprise, it's that Tim Armstrong so dominates proceedings. Then again, having been recently rocked by the death of his hero Joe Strummer, then split from his wife halfway through the writing/recording process (the break-up is covered in "Tropical London"), it's certain he had plenty of subject material. --Dominic Wills

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By "biggestpunkfan" on 29 Oct. 2003
Format: Audio CD
You've got to admire Rancid. In the ever changing punk rock landscape they have remained constant. Never mind the seemingly endless hordes of straight off the production line So called punk bands with their painfully co-ordinated jumping, designer slacks and expensive trainers, Rancid are and always will be firmly rooted in the 70's. The eternal anglophilepunks in dirty leather jackets,braces,drainpipe jeans and doc martens. They are modern - day pirates, running away in search of adventure. They dont care about the money,thats not what punks about, for them its about lifestyle. And therin lies the quandry:How can you fault something so genuine? And listening to a song like 'fall back down'- an ode to friends picking you're sorry ass up off the floor after you're woman has done a runner- how can you fault something so heartfelt? The truth is, you cant. Ok so rancid may look like a cartoon adaptation of the kings road poseurs of yesteryear and they may sound like a low budget version of the clash, the specials and the exploited but their hard work, their naievity is endearing. But one thing is for sure,Indestructible lacks the punch of other rancid records, but instead what we have here bar the one & a half minute rabble rosing anthem- out of control,'Ivory coast' and 'Travis Bickle'(a dirty groove laden homage to a taxi driver character. The wind has clearly been knocked out of Cap'n tims sails, but just as you think all is lost tracks like spirit of 87 (turbonegro done ska) and tropical london (a heart felt skankalong lamentin the estranged mrs. armstrong) restore your faith in the scenes godfathers. This is not'...And out come the wolves by any means,but its definitley better then good charlotte-a xerox of a xerox of a xerox of a pop punk band.
Influenced by The Clash, the Specials,GBH
Also Try
The Clash 'Combat Rock'(Sony 1982)
Operation Ivy 'Energy'
Rancid 'And Out Come The Wolves' (Epitaph 1995)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "punx4eva" on 22 Oct. 2003
Format: Audio CD
I have had this album since it came out now and still consider it to be one of the best punk rock albums around. It is one of my favourite albums for the reason of the amount of work and feeling and quality that had gone into this album with its well written lyrics, its truly amazing guitar solos and the way this is all brought together to create a truly classic album. The lead singer of the band was half way through the recording the album when returned home one day to find that his wife Brody Armstrong(THE DISTILLERS)had cheated on him and they split up. You would have thoughtr that this would have caused Tim to have stopped recording but that was not the case. This only gave him the will the will to go back & record the rest 3 weeks later even better than before and they certainly produced a masterpiece in Indestructible Kerrang magazine rating 5*/5* Any Rancid fan will love this and if your not a Rancid fan then u will 2
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "aefiandtom" on 7 Oct. 2003
Format: Audio CD
After the possible initial shock! horror! that this album has been released on a major label, Rancid fans will not be disappointed by this, their 6th studio album. From the opening notes of the title song to the closing chords of Otherside, 19 songs later, this is an excellent album. Racid keep on doing what they do best - making GREAT punk songs, unlike the mass-market, over hyped pop punk that Sum 41, Spunge and their ilk keep on churning out relentlessly these days. Although some fans may feel that this album doesn't carry the political 'Ooomph' of previous, the fire and passion that is there within Rancid still shines through, although in a slightly different format than previous, thanks to the much-publicised breakup of Tim and Brody Armstrong. Some die-hard fans may say that it isn't 'Out Come The Wolves', well, it isn't but it IS great and of the high standard that has become expected of rancid throughout the punk world. All self respecting punkers should BUY THIS ALBUM! Whether you'll want to sit it on the shelf next to the latest offering from The Distillers is another matter, though....
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By T. Walker on 17 Dec. 2006
Format: Audio CD
I gotta say i think its taken me at least 3 years to finally get into this album but now i have you start to realise what its actually all about and to Rancid i give my respect.

This album is for the people they have grown up with through life and a tribute to alotta people. The opening track as you all know goes out to the living legend joe strummer (R.I.P). As for the others you gotta listen to the words to be able to realise the true greatness of this album Red Hot Moon, Tropical London, Fall Back Down, Otherside another great track dedicated to Lars brother Robert. To me this is an all inspiring album because you know theres alotta feeling gone in to it all great backing vocals and some awesome guitar riffs.

In my opinion this was a tribute to all the people that have given rancid much support through thier long rein off punk rock and if your a huge rancid fan i do insist you buy this and give it a chance coz i think its a great album.

Much respect.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 4 Sept. 2003
Format: Audio CD
With such success with And Out Come The Wolves and 2000's Rancid, you would think that Rancid would make the effort to produce a halfway memorable album instead of a couple of memorable songs, David Courtney, Red Hot Moon and of course single material - Fall Back Down, make no mistake this is not a typical strokes hype type album (stokes ultimate example of hype). This album has qualities which make it worth the money for instance it has the typical clash inspired rifts but it lacks the effort that Tim has put into The Transplants to make a different sound from any other Rancid album. Rancid have a winning formula but they need to expand their sound, Brothels is a good example of this. It draws on different 'Punk' imspiration.
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