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Drawing from and amplifying upon Rancid’s entire body of work, Indestructible is a testament to the durability of the human spirit, and to the positive power that music can have in our lives. Perhaps their most personal album to date on Indestructible Rancid takes us along on an unforgettable musical journey. Whether retelling true stories from their lives as in the touching “Red Hot Moon”, the tragic “Other Side” or the rollicking “Gilman St”, or presenting a worldview born of dues paid and tours made in songs like “Start Now”, “Against The Wall” and “Ivory Coast”, Indestructible is irresistibly tuneful throughout. On this, the groups’ sixth disk, styles range from the long awaited return of Rancid’s patented brand of ska on “Red Hot Moon” to the super intense Discharge inspired hardcore strains of “Out Of Control”. Like every Rancid CD this one has a few twists and turns and more than enough musical surprises to keep the mix fresh and exciting, but Indestructible also marks a return to the bands roots that will surely have true Rancid fans rejoicing!

New repressing on Red & Black Galaxy vinyl to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the album.

Drawing from and amplifying upon Rancid’s entire body of work, Indestructible is a testament to the durability of the human spirit, and to the positive power that music can have in our lives. Perhaps their most personal album to date on Indestructible Rancid takes us along on an unforgettable musical journey. Whether retelling true stories from their lives as in the touching “Red Hot Moon”, the tragic “Other Side” or the rollicking “Gilman St”, or presenting a worldview born of dues paid and tours made in songs like “Start Now”, “Against The Wall” and “Ivory Coast”, Indestructible is irresistibly tuneful throughout. On this, the groups’ sixth disk, styles range from the long awaited return of Rancid’s patented brand of ska on “Red Hot Moon” to the super intense Discharge inspired hardcore strains of “Out Of Control”. Like every Rancid CD this one has a few twists and turns and more than enough musical surprises to keep the mix fresh and exciting, but Indestructible also marks a return to the bands roots that will surely have true Rancid fans rejoicing!

New repressing on Red & Black Galaxy vinyl to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the album.

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Format: Vinyl
Label: EPITAPH
Rel. Date: 11/17/2023
UPC: 045778045181

Indestructible: 20th Anniversary Edition [Red & Black Galaxy 2LP]
Artist: Rancid
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $31.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Indestructible
2. Fall Back Down
3. Red Hot Moon
4. David Courtney
5. Start Now
6. Out of Control
7. Django
8. Arrested in Shanghai
9. Travis Bickle

DISC: 2

1. Memphis
2. Spirit of ‘87
3. Ghost Band
4. Tropical London
5. Roadblock
6. Born Frustrated
7. Back Up Against the Wall
8. Ivory Coast
9. Stand Your Ground
10. Otherside
11. Killing Zone (Bonus Track)

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Drawing from and amplifying upon Rancid’s entire body of work, Indestructible is a testament to the durability of the human spirit, and to the positive power that music can have in our lives. Perhaps their most personal album to date on Indestructible Rancid takes us along on an unforgettable musical journey. Whether retelling true stories from their lives as in the touching “Red Hot Moon”, the tragic “Other Side” or the rollicking “Gilman St”, or presenting a worldview born of dues paid and tours made in songs like “Start Now”, “Against The Wall” and “Ivory Coast”, Indestructible is irresistibly tuneful throughout. On this, the groups’ sixth disk, styles range from the long awaited return of Rancid’s patented brand of ska on “Red Hot Moon” to the super intense Discharge inspired hardcore strains of “Out Of Control”. Like every Rancid CD this one has a few twists and turns and more than enough musical surprises to keep the mix fresh and exciting, but Indestructible also marks a return to the bands roots that will surely have true Rancid fans rejoicing!

New repressing on Red & Black Galaxy vinyl to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the album.

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