Rancid Celebrates 20 Years of “And Out Come The Wolves” with Vinyl Reissue

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of their influential album …And Out Come The Wolves, Rancid have announced they will be reissuing the album on vinyl on November 27th. Put out by Epitaph Records, the reissue will feature remastered versions of the original master tapes and include a poster and lyric sheet. Pre-orders are available on Epitaph’s merch site, which will ship out on November 20th, a week before the official release date.

Below, check out a recent episode of the Tim Timebomb and Friends Radio Show podcast, where the other members of Rancid join Tim to listen to Wolves front to back and discuss the making of the album. Highlights include interesting facts (example: “The 11th Hour” was named that because it was recorded within hours of the end of the band’s studio time) and the jarring difference between Matt Freeman’s singing and talking voices:

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