Let's Go - Rancid | "Tips for listening"


Approaching "Let's Go" by Rancid today is something to do to understand the evolution of Rancid, to happily pog in company, not caring about the past time or what is written in this piece, leaving others to seek an answer to the eternal question : Punk is dead or is it still alive?

The small column on "Tips for listening" is back, today we are going to pog with the Rancid punk

Rancid's second LP, released in 1994, is disarmingly good from start to finish. With roots set firmly in their Berkeley punk rock origins, on Let's Go Rancid set out with heart, soul and vehemence to reach new heights in their music. Some of the highlights are "Salvation," "Radio," and "Nihilism," but all the of the songs bristle with the unmatched signature of Tim Armstrong's intensely evocative writing style. Recorded in their hometown of Berkeley CA, at legendary Fantasy Studios and mixed in Los Angeles at Westbeach Recorders, Let's Go foreshadows the ground breaking success that would be found on their next record, And Out Come the Wolves.

The Rancid, with a more polychrome and clean sound, but always intense and fast, impose themselves as the Clash stars and stripes and take the ticket of fame by exploiting as a springboard the success that in that same year arrives at the punk revival with album such as Dookie and Smash, respectively branded Green Day and Offspring.

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