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...And Out Come The Wolves (album) by Rancid

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...And Out Come The Wolves
...And Out Come The Wolves by Rancid (1995)
Overall rank: 1,108th   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
Average Rating: 
77/100 (from 168 votes)
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Accolades: Award Top 20 albums of 1995 (20th)
Award Top albums of the 1990s (231st)
Award Best albums of all time (1,108th)

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...And Out Come The Wolves is ranked as the best album by Rancid.

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77/100 (from 168 votes)
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90/100
Rancid's mid-90s take on earlier "classic" punk influences including ska and reggae. Really solid and enjoyable album consistently throughout. Great bass work and I love the vocal styles. Probably see this rating increase soon...

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Really strong album until about "Old Friend" starts, still enjoyable tho
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95/100
Sure it isn't London Calling, but precious few are. The Clash wins in a photo finish since they came up with it first, but if a CD is being seriously compared to London Calling you know you have got something special. What I don't get is how Wolves is pretty much forgotten. Especially in today's single's oriented music world it is almost incomprehensible to hear quality tune after tune for nearly 19 straight songs (I would cut only two).
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80/100
Fantastic bass work.

I like the comparison to London Calling, but also agree with the whole world's assessment that London Calling is a superior release. This one's pretty good and in the same direction but is is getting a strong B instead of the A+ of London Calling.

This reminds me of a sleepover I had when I was like 10 at a friend and an older brother had this record and we rocked out to it all night. I probably haven't regularly listened to this album since that like month time period we listened to it a lot, but still solid fun/party songs, at least that was my experience with them. Still very much dig these:
Roots Radicals
Lock, Step, & Gone
Time Bomb
Listed M. I. A.
Ruby Soho
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Great great great
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70/100
With all due respect, they try to do what The Clash have done in a better manner 15 years before this album.
This is still a good punk album.
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Decent
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Whenever you put it on you just have to get up and dance. Insane bass. A great album. These guys are awesome live too.
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My 3rd favorite album is a actually punk rock trilogy spanning several decades if that is allowed - The Clash "London Calling" (1979) which inspired Rancid's "...And Out Come the Wolves" (1995) which inspired Agent 51's "Red Alert" (1998). Each stands as a monument in time.
The name Wolves seems like a reference to the line in London Calling. All three albums are 19 songs and all three are solid all the way through. While both London Calling and Wolves dabble in ska, Red Alert stays true to punk and heavy metal with topics like aliens, conspiracy, and government. All are great and I think they belong together.
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