The Wolf - Rancid - Life Wont Wait (CD, Album)


Download The Wolf - Rancid - Life Wont Wait (CD, Album)
1998
Label: Epitaph - ESCA 6950 • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk, Ska


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  • This is Rancid's best CD. There's not a bad track on it. They compare very favorably to The Clash on this CD, moreso than on any of their other CDs. I've bought 4 Rancid albums over the years, and ended up tiring of them (not subtle-genius enough) and trading them except THIS ONE, which I would NEVER part with!!! Con Life Won’t Wait i /5().
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Digipak CD release of Life Won't Wait on Discogs.4/5(85).
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Digipack CD release of Life Won't Wait on Discogs. Label: Epitaph - ,Shock (2) - • Format: CD Album Digipack • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Ska, Punk.
  • Rancid – Life Won’t Wait CD. Following ’s breakthrough, platinum And Out Come The Wolves, the recording of this album took the band on a year long odyssey that took them from San Francisco to Los Angeles, New York, New Orleans and Jamaica.
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Orange Translucent Vinyl release of Life Won't Wait on Discogs.
  • Life Won't Wait, the group's fourth album, is a powerful slice of old-school punk -- as powerful as any of their records. Apart from a more pronounced ska influence, it actually sounds a lot like its immediate predecessor, And out Come the Wolves, complete with the fiery intensity and catchy hooks that set the group apart from the retro-punk pack.
  • This album successfully blends elements of punk, ska, and reggae into a fantastic CD. If you are expecting the faster, more hardcore punk music, like Rancid[], then don't buy this. Although it isn't as hardcore as other albums it still has fuckin epic songs, such as Black Lung and Corazon De Oro.
  • Life Won't Wait was released on June 30, , and was the final Rancid album for 16 years to be released through Epitaph Records (until Honor Is All We Know). 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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