|3||It's Quite Alright||Lyrics/Info||1:29|
|4||Let Me Go||Lyrics/Info||3:13|
|5||I Am Forever||Lyrics/Info||1:03|
|13||Not To Regret||Lyrics/Info||2:16|
|16||Black Derby Jacket||Lyrics/Info||2:35|
|17||Meteor Of War||Lyrics/Info||1:21|
|19||Rigged on a Fix||Lyrics/Info||1:16|
|20||Young Al Capone||Lyrics/Info||1:52|
|22||Golden Gate Fields||Lyrics/Info||3:39|
From its ominous, xeroxed album cover, to the barely legible lyric sheet to the sheer chaos invoked by the music, Rancid 2000 (as the second self-titled LP has come to be known) is "paint-peeling punk rock of the highest order." Produced by long-time friend and producer Brett Gurewitz, most of the 22 songs clock in at well under two minutes, and there are absolutely no ballads. Guitars are driven to within inches of meltdown, the bass burns with the signature maniacal virtuosity of Matt Freeman, and the vocals are delivered with raging conviction. Rancid's hardest, fastest record to date!
Rancid as a band have always been imbued with a sense of place: the blue collar neighborhoods where they grew upin Berkeley, California, their place ...