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Product details

  • Audio CD (1 Jun. 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD+DVD, Box set
  • Label: Ada Label Group / Epitaph
  • ASIN: B0027YUKO8
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 200,018 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. East Bay Night
  2. This Place
  3. Up To No Good
  4. Last One To Die
  5. Disconnected
  6. I Ain't Worried
  7. Damnation
  8. New Orleans
  9. Civilian Ways
  10. The Bravest Kids
  11. Skull City
  12. L.A. River
  13. Lulu
  14. Dominoes Fall
  15. Liberty and Freedom
  16. You Want It, You Got It
  17. Locomotive
  18. That's Just The Way It Is Now
  19. The Highway

Disc: 2

  1. East Bay Night
  2. LA River
  3. I Ain't Worried
  4. This Place
  5. Disconnected
  6. Liberty And Freedom
  7. Dominoes Fall
  8. New Orleans
  9. You Want It, You Got It
  10. Outgunned
  11. The Bravest Kids
  12. Last One To Die

Disc: 3

  1. The Making Of the Seventh Record DVD

Product Description

titolo-let the dominoes fallartista-rancid etichetta-epitaph---brani cd 1. east bay night 2. this place 3. up to no good 4. last one to die 5. disconnected 6. i ain't worried 7. damnation 8. new orleans 9. civilian ways 10. the bravest kids 11. skull city 12. l.a. river 13. lulu 14. dominoes fall 15. liberty and freedom 16. you want it, you got it 17. locomotive 18. that's just the way it is now 19. the highway bonus cd 1. east bay night 2. la river 3. i ain't worried 4. this place 5. disconnected 6. liberty and freedom 7. dominoes fall 8. new orleans 9. you want it, you got it 10. outgunned 11. the bravest kids 12. last one to die dvd 1. the making of the seventh record

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Format: Audio CD
This is a great return to form for rancid,there is a little bit of everything here from dancehall reggae to full on punk and on the whole whilst being varied it's a great album.
All the trademarks are here,tim armstrong's totally lazy voice which makes rancid sound so good,Lars frederiksen's straight up full throttle assault,great playing throughout and a brilliant production from bad religion's brett gurewitz.
In fact it's the best produced album from them yet.
Not sure about matt freemans vocals however,especially on La river....boom shacka lacka....shimmy shimmy shake,it all sounds a bit comedic and while it's incredibly hilarious to listen to i get the feeling that vocal duties should really be left with tim and lars,but that's my opinion.
Stand out songs for me are the title track dominoes fall which is so catchy,that's just the way it is now which is an instant ska classic and you want it,you got it is classic rancid,as good as anything from them!
While the album isn't quite up to the standard of and out come the wolves it's definitely better than the previous ones and a step in the right direction.
The acoustic cd is brilliant too,and shows how good the band are,some of the songs,most noticeably i ain't worried works better like this than the full blown version.
My only disappointment is with the dvd,it states on the box full length dvd but this isn't correct as it only lasts 37 minutes and to be honest because of the way it's been filmed with the black and white effects it's pretty much unwatchable which is a great shame because seeing the behind the scenes with the band is fantastic and i believe all albums should do this as it gives a great insight into the making of the record.
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A bit more of variety of musical styles on this Rancid album than might have been the case in the past. Arguably in fact the most varied they have come up with. It has some of their signature ska / punk influenced stuff ("Up To No Good" is a prime example, along with the excellent "This Place") & has the slower "Civilian Ways" at the other end of the scale.
There are a couple of songs (like the aforementioned "Civilian Ways" & "The Bravest Kids") which touch on the Iraq & Afghanistan conflicts as well as some anti globalisation sentiment & expression of discontent & alienation with America (the marvellous "Disconnected").
For me,a couple of listens & I was hooked. It might not appeal to every Rancid fan but I like the mix on this record, some really driving, powerful stuff. A gem.
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Rancid are one of those bands that people think are a lot heavier than they actually are. Up there as being one of the flag-bearers of modern Punk, Mohawks, shaved heads and tattoos, with lyrics that speak of drink, drugs, gangs and fighting, it's easy to see why, however whilst there was a raw Punk edge to the band's first few albums, there has always been a Rock'N'Roll meets Ska backdrop to the band. Rancid are a band that have evolved through their influences: The Clash, Two Tone bands, The Pogues, whilst being hugely influential: Time Again, Left Alone, Orange, Strawberry Blondes, to name but a handful.

So having taking a little break since previous album, 2003's `Indestructible', the band return with their 7th studio album. Although to say that the band have taken a break isn't quite right, what with Lars Frederiksen releasing his second solo album `Viking' in 2004, Tim's side project The Transplants released their second album `Haunted Cities' in 2005, then his own solo album, `A Poet's Life' in 2007, whilst contributing to many other albums and songs especially to other Hellcat Records bands like Time Again, Left Alone and Orange.

Without wanting to accuse Rancid of mellowing, the contrast between `Let The Dominoes Fall' and 2000's self titled album are quite large. On this album we have one true Punk/Hardcore song of `This Place' that is a short-sharp-shot of fast-paced snarling Punk, whereas on the aforementioned 2000 album 16 of the 22 songs were under 2 minutes and bordering on Hardcore-Punk, with the other 6 tracks still being lacking of melody and at feverish pace. Here we even have a slow song thrown into the mix.
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Format: Audio CD
There are a few albums that get released that you'll look back on and remember what you were doing at that time in your life. "Let The Dominoes Fall" is one of them. It's been six or so years since their last (awesome) album and it's clear that Tim, Lars, Matt and new drummer Branden have matured. It's not as angry as earlier Rancid, but still gives that ingredient "x" Rancid fans will recognise. It's full of songs that, if they'd been written in the heyday of UK punk, 1001 different bands would be covering these days. From the Rancid new classic "East Bay Nights" to "Up To No Good" (this album's "Red Hot Moon"), and on through the single "Last One To Die" (if Tim had written this for a media star like Pink it'd be No. 1), title track "Dominoes Fall" and the bass-led hats off to the Rancid live crowd "You Want it, You Got It" the quality stays constant. It's clear they enjoyed writing and recording this album, now let's hope the UK tour comes soon!

PS Buy the special edition with the acoustic CD.
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