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While the title is a veiled reference to the attention the band gained, the album doesn't mark an isolationist retreat into didactic, defiantly underground punk rock. Instead, Rancid develop their own identity on the record, which ironically makes them more accessible. Although they continue to draw heavily from the Clash and the Specials -- and their roots in the ska-punk band Operation Ivy are quite clear throughout the record -- the band plays with such energy and conviction, it's easy to forgive their derivativeness. On the whole, And Out Come the Wolves is a little too long to make a major impact, but individual tracks are classic moments of revivalist punk, including the skittering 2-Tone tribute
Side A:1 Maxwell Murder 1:252 The 11th Hour 2:283 Roots Radicals 2:474 Time Bomb 2:245 Olympia WA. 3:306 Lock, Step & Gone 2:257 Junkie Man 3:048 Listed M.I.A. 2:229 Ruby Soho 2:3710 Daly City Train 3:21
Side B:1 Journey To The End Of The East Bay 3:112 She's Automatic 1:353 Old Friend 2:534 Disorder And Disarray 2:495 The Wars End 1:536 You Don't Care Nothin' 2:287 As Wicked 2:408 Avenues & Alleyways 3:119 The Way I Feel 2:34