19 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Rancid’s ninth studio album arrives 24 years after their debut, but time hasn’t diminished their energy; this rollicking set finds the Berkeley punks as raw, committed, and passionate as they’ve ever been. The years have given them plenty of memories, and nostalgia rises off Trouble Maker like steam from a mosh pit, whether they’re saluting punk’s departed icons (“Say Goodbye to Our Heroes”), remembering good times with good company (“Buddy”), or venerating Berkeley’s activist history (“Telegraph Avenue”).

EDITORS’ NOTES

Rancid’s ninth studio album arrives 24 years after their debut, but time hasn’t diminished their energy; this rollicking set finds the Berkeley punks as raw, committed, and passionate as they’ve ever been. The years have given them plenty of memories, and nostalgia rises off Trouble Maker like steam from a mosh pit, whether they’re saluting punk’s departed icons (“Say Goodbye to Our Heroes”), remembering good times with good company (“Buddy”), or venerating Berkeley’s activist history (“Telegraph Avenue”).

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