This Is Not The End - Rancid - Trouble Maker (CD, Album)
Label: Hellcat Records - 87465-2P,Epitaph - 87465-2P • Format: CD Album, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk
Rancid don't disappoint and here is another solid album, so full of energy, you would think this was a first album not their eighth!! Brilliantly produced as always and covering all of Rancid's styles from hardcore punk, pop punk and of course ska, Plenty standout tracks outshine the few fillers but we do have 19 tracks to choose from!!/5().
· "Trouble Maker" out now at lo! We are excited to release our new Rancid album TROUBLE MAKER. 19 new songs for you out now. We will.
· When they recorded their ninth album, Trouble Maker, the venerable punks of Rancid had been working together (give or take a drummer) as a band for 25 years. It would follow that maybe the record would be nostalgic, and it is. Both lyrically and musically, the 19 songs have the blurry feel of old Polaroids, as the bandmembers stick to their guns and dish out tales of past glories/10(74).
· You can put this album on and not touch it except to flip the record, the album begins with a one-two-punch machine gun which is Trackfast and never gets winded. The high point of the album is Farewell Lola Blue, a top of your lungs sing-a-long that harkens back to Rancid.
· “This is Not the End,” an ironic title for a closing track, is the album's biggest balls-to-the-wall rocker, with maddening guitar solos that bring together a cacophony of beautiful noise to close out the album. Admittedly, there isn't a single bad song on Trouble Maker.
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