Life Won't Wait
Because the biggest threat to the American government is the population itself. Rancid sets these lyrics—which also reference the Sandinistas—to a galloping rockabilly backing, enabling the group to tick that genre off its list, too. Similarly, Sandinista!
At least a third of the 22 songs are unlike any Rancid had attempted before, and even the more straightforward tracks attack in unexpected ways. Ultimately, Reed was probably correct to pooh-pooh those Clash comparisons—though for the exact opposite reason.
In , for Rancid to truly have made its Sandinista! Rancid, meanwhile, has become a dependable genre act. Some of the released non-album tracks ended up on singles, compilations, and the B Sides and C Sides collections. The song "Emelia" was co-written by Vic Ruggiero and recorded during these sessions. The song was later re-written and featured on Vic's first solo album in After its release, the band moved to frontman Tim Armstrong 's label a sub-label of Epitaph , Hellcat Records , who released their next album, 's Rancid.
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Although not as successful as And Out Come the Wolves , the album peaked at number 35 on the Billboard album chart, making it one of Rancid's highest ranking albums. Stephen Thomas Erlewine of Allmusic described the album as having a ska influence. He praised the music as a "powerful slice of old-school punk — as powerful as any of their records" and claims "it actually sounds a lot like And Out Come the Wolves ".
The album received a rating of four out of five stars. All tracks written by Tim Armstrong , except where noted. Billboard Music Charts North America - album.
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