Tomorrow Never Comes
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RANCID – TOMORROW NEVER COMES – ALBUM REVIEW
Punks rejoice! Rancid are back with their first new album in six years, ‘Tomorrow Never Comes’.
Pre-release singles ‘Don’t Make Me Do It’, ‘Devil in Disguise’ and the title-track, all hit well and let listeners know exactly what to expect upon release of the album.
Packed full of typical short and punchy punk rockers, this is actually the bands shortest album at just shy of 29 minutes, yet it still contains 16 tracks of fun filled, foot kicking, head banging joy.
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The album once again finds the band working with producer Brett Gurewitz who again helps them deliver another solid and true Rancid record.
You aren’t looking for anything earth shattering if you are hitting play on a Rancid album, and the band know that. By now they have the formula down to a tee and ‘Tomorrow Never Comes’ will give the listener exactly the experience that they are after.
What does stand out on this album though is the band do what they do very well indeed. Whilst it may be unfair and a stretch to call this a fabled return to form, it must definitely be said that this is probably the best new Rancid album this century.
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