01. Nihilism

02. Radio

03. Side Kick

04. Salvation

05. Tenderloin

06. Let's Go!

07. As One

08. Burn

09. The Ballad Of Jimmy & Johnny

10. Gunshot

11. I Am The One

12. Gave It Away

13. Ghetto Box

14. Harry Bridges

15. Black And Blue

16. St. Mary

17. Dope Sick Girl

18. International Cover-Up

19. Solidarity

20. Midnigh



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Let's Go!
Rancid

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.

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CATALOG DATA

No: #86434

US Rel. Date: 06/21/1994

EU Rel. Date: 06/21/1994

Type: Full

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All Music Guide

Stephen Thomas Erlewine

The group rushes through Let's Go with an invigorating wrecklessness, sounding like a less-serious, party-ready version of the Clash. It's almost impossible...

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User Comments

Average Fan Rating: 4.90

 


AndyRamone

02/13/2006

"Let's Go" fucken rules man! I LOVE this record. Songs like "Burn" and "Radio" are instant punk classics, if you ask me.

julmust

02/08/2006

this one's pretty good, even though most songs sound the same. It's great to have Lars in the band, even though his songs sound a bit cheesy sometimes (he's much better on later releases). Another drawback is the sound of the drums... Well, at least it's got a lot of great songs like midnight, solidarity, Salvation, etc.

pez_king

01/10/2006

Let's Go is really a must! The album is good from the beginning to the end. This is the first LP of Rancid with Lars Frederikson. Tim Armstrong and Matt Freeman wrote the catchy song Radio with Billy Joe Armstrong from Green Day. Do you like the punk rock sound? You can't be wrong with that one!

punkin_go_nuts

12/14/2005

Rancid at their best!

This is a great punk album; in my opinion, the best Rancid album. 23 tracks of booming "Oi!"s, catchy guitar licks, and thundering bass plucks make this a completely wicked punk album.

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