Rancid - Trouble Maker album download
|A2||Ghost Of A Chance|
|A4||An Intimate Close Up Of A Street Punk Trouble Maker|
|A5||Where I'm Going|
|A7||Farewell Lola Blue|
|A8||All American Neighborhood|
|A9||Bovver Rock And Roll|
|B1||Make It Out Alive|
|B2||Molly Make Up Your Mind|
|B3||I Got Them Blues Again|
|B4||Beauty Of The Pool Hall|
|B5||Say Goodbye To Our Heroes|
|B6||I Kept A Promise|
|B7||Cold Cold Blood|
|B8||This Is Not The End|
NotesLimited edition silver, available on tour.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned (Stickered)): 045778746545
- Barcode (Printed (Stickered)): 0 45778 74654 5
- Barcode (Scanned (Printed On Sleeve)): 045778746514
- Barcode (Printed (Printed On Sleeve)): 0 45778 74651 4
|87465-2||Rancid||Trouble Maker (CD, Album)||Hellcat Records, Epitaph||87465-2||US||2017|
|847465-1, 87465-7||Rancid||Trouble Maker (LP, Album, Gol + 7", Single)||Epitaph, Hellcat Records, Epitaph, Hellcat Records||847465-1, 87465-7||US||2017|
|87465-2P||Rancid||Trouble Maker (CD, Album, Promo)||Hellcat Records, Epitaph||87465-2P||US||2017|
|none||Rancid||Trouble Maker (19xFile, AAC, Album, Dlx, 256)||Epitaph||none||2017|
|7465-1||Rancid||Trouble Maker (LP, Album, Ltd, Pur + 7", Single)||Hellcat Records, Epitaph||7465-1||Europe||2017|
Trouble Maker is the ninth studio album by the American punk rock band Rancid, released on June 9, 2017. Like many of Rancid's albums, Trouble Maker was produced by Epitaph founder and Bad Religion guitarist Brett Gurewitz, and marks the band's first album since their 1993 self-titled debut to feature the original Rancid logo on the cover. The band recorded the album between December 2015 and January 2017 at Big Bad Sound, Sunset Sound, and Red Star.
Thanks to everyone who joined us on tour. Rancid official merch store.
Rancid – Trouble Maker OUT – June 9th, 2017. Rancid Line up: Tim Armstrong – guitar, lead and backing vocals Lars Frederikson – guitar, lead and backing vocals Matt Freeman – bass, lead and backing vocals Branden Steineckert – drums, percussion. Being a Rancid fan in Australia can be a little tough at times. Rancid announced the new album at the start of May, and since then have trickled out a few tracks in the lead-up. Unfortunately, nothing that was released managed to inspire confidence in fans. That said, the album is far better than songs like ‘Telegraph Avenue’ would lead you to believe. It’s not to say it’s a great album, but it’s also not the complete train wreck that some of us might have been expecting. One of the things that made Rancid famous was their ability to craft incredibly catchy, sing-a-long choruses.
Released June 9, 2017. My ears are only so so! I detect a fuck in song #11.
Each album served as a layer cementing Rancid’s natural place in punk. Their lyrical themes established their identity in the punk rock world while musically they incorporated horns, rockabilly bass lines, reggae rhythms, rasp, and distortion. Balancing their personal tales of love, loss, and heartbreak with attitude, Rancid gave their listeners a community. Over the past 2 decades, Rancid has shown awareness of their changing environment and have established their place in it, all while never losing sight of themselves as individuals or as a band.
Rancid – Trouble Maker. A catchy veteran album that deserves a much bigger audience than it'll likely get. by Dan Weiss. on June 14, 2017, 12:00am. Rancid is a sterling example of why most good bands have no use for narrative. This should be simpler and more well-known than it is, but when an artist gets their moment in the sun, that guarantees nothing. Remember Cracker? In 2014, they made their best album, Berkeley to Bakersfield. And it was a fucking double-disc. A double-disc Cracker album from 2014 is about as irrelevant as it gets, but that doesn’t make the album any less good. You may remember Imperial Teen as also-rans from the Jawbreaker soundtrack.