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Rancid Lyrics

Genre: Ska

Rancid Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Last One To Die
2 Don Giovanni
3 Gunshot
4 Fall Back Down
5 Listed M.I.A.
6 Corazon De Oro
7 Life Won't Wait
8 Dominoes Fall
9 Holiday Sunrise
10 This Place
11 Hyena
12 Hoover Street
13 The Highway
14 Rattlesnake
15 La Bamba
16 Black Derby Jacket
17 Olympia WA
18 Skull City
19 Roots Radicals
20 She's Automatic
21 Ghost Band
22 Let Me Go
23 David Courtney
24 Hooligans
25 Media Controller
26 Daly City Train
27 Tropical London
28 Salvation
29 Up To No Good
30 Not To Regret
31 Injury
32 Roadblock
33 Side Kick
34 Vanilla Sex
35 Poison
36 Black & Blue
37 born frustrated
38 Solidarity
39 Disconnected
40 Radio Havana
41 Junkie Man
42 Back up against the wall
43 I Ain't Worried
44 Rejected
45 Dope Sick, Girl
46 Tenderloin
47 Lock, Step & Gone
48 Rigged On A Fix
49 Trenches
50 Civilian Ways
51 Rwanda
52 Old Friend
53 Harry Bridges
54 Out of Control
55 The Bravest Kids
56 The Wolf
57 Dead Bodies
58 Bob
59 Disgruntled
60 Young Al Capone
61 L.A. River
62 Warsaw
63 Ruby Soho
64 Memphis
65 Golden Gate Fields
66 Animosity
67 Indestructable
68 Coppers
69 It's Quite Alright
70 The Wars End
71 Red Hot Moon
72 Django
73 The Way I Feel
74 Locomotive
75 Radio
76 That's Just The Way It Is Now
77 Journey to the End of the East
78 Meteor Of War
79 Malfunction
80 You Don't Care Nothin'
81 Something's Going To Die Tonight
82 Avenues and Alleyways
83 Disorder & Disarray
84 Now We're Through With You
85 7 Years Down
86 Intro
87 The Sentence
88 The Moron Brothers
89 Journey to the End of the East Bay
90 Everybody's Sufferin'
91 Outta My Mind
92 As One
93 Lady Liberty
94 The Brothels
95 Antennas
96 The Brews
97 Grave Digger
98 Rats In The Hallway
99 Burn
100 St. Mary
101 Leicester Square
102 Moron Bros
103 Axiom
104 Stickin In My Eye
105 Breakdown
106 Ivory Coast
107 Damnation
108 Blast 'Em
109 Reconciliation
110 Something To Believe In a World Gone Mad
111 The Bottle
112 Ghetto Box
113 Stand your ground
114 The Ballad Of Jimmy & Johnny
115 New Orleans
116 New Dress
117 Dead And Gone
118 Blackhawk Down
119 Back Where I Belong
120 Maxwell Murder
121 Turn In Your Badge
122 Union Blood (Untitled)
123 Otherside
124 1998
125 Something In The World Today
126 Comanche
127 Corruption
128 Raise Your Fist
129 Brixton
130 Unwritten Rules
131 Backslide
132 Brews
133 Collision Course
134 Sick Sick World
135 I Wanna Riot
136 Whirlwind
137 I Am The One
138 Arrested in Shanghai
139 Black Lung
140 Turntable
141 Evil's My Friend
142 Life Won’t Wait
143 Union Blood
144 International Cover-Up
145 Travis Bickle
146 Bloodclot
147 Ben Zanotto
148 Honor Is All We Know
149 Adina
150 Stop
151 Things To Come
152 The Way I Feel About You
153 Let's Go
154 Cash, Culture And Violence
155 Lulu
156 Who Would've Thought
157 Lock, Step and Gone
158 A Power Inside
159 I Ain’t Worried
160 Midnight
161 Spirit of '87
162 Cocktails
163 Wrongful Suspicion
164 Bad Moon Rising
165 I Am Forever
166 In the Streets
167 Another Night
168 The 11th. Hour
169 Liberty & Freedom
170 Motorcycle Ride
171 Liberty And Freedom
172 Battering Ram
173 Cheat
174 Face Up
175 Detroit
176 That’s Just the Way It Is Now
177 Name
178 You Want It, You Got It
179 Idle Hands
180 Disorder and Dissarray
181 As Wicked
182 Already Dead
183 Get Out Of My Way
184 Start Now
185 Nihilism
186 East Bay Night
187 Crane Fist
188 I'm Not The Only One
189 Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
190 Loki
191 Lethal
192 Diabolical
193 Time Bomb

Rancid Bio

Rancid, is an American punk rock band from Berkeley, California formed in 1991. Founded by Tim Armstrong and Matt Freeman, both of whom previously played in the influential ska punk band Operation Ivy, Rancid is credited (along with The Offspring and Green Day) with helping to revive mainstream popular interest in punk rock in the United States  during the mid-1990s. Unlike the other bands mentioned above, however, Rancid remained signed to an independent label and continued to play much more classic sounding and political music, most of which was connected to their underground roots. Rancid's songs reflect their advocacy for left-wing politics, social and racial equality, near-religious indie and DIY ethics, and discontent with punk elitism. Despite the fact that Rancid only experienced sizeable mainstream success during the mid-90s, they have gone onto become one of the most influential punk bands of all time.

Rancid includes Armstrong on guitar and vocals, Freeman on bass and vocals, Lars Frederiksen on guitar and vocals, and Branden Steineckert on drums. The band was formed by Armstrong, Freeman, and former drummer Brett Reed, who left the band in 2006 and was replaced by Steineckert. Frederiksen joined Rancid in 1993 when the band was searching for a second guitar player.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rancid_%28band%29