|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Four Songs From Rancid "And Out Come The Wolves"||8||Audio||1995|
|3||...And Out Come The Wolves||19||Audio||1995-08-22||Epitaph|
|4||Life Won't Wait||22||Audio||1998||Epitaph|
|5||BYO Split Series / Volume III||12||Audio||2002-03-05||Better Youth Organization|
|6||BYO Split Series / Volume III||12||Audio||2002-03-05||Better Youth Organization|
|7||BYO Split Series / Volume III||12||Audio||2002||Better Youth Organization|
|9||Time Bomb||3||Audio||1996||Spinefarm Records|
|12||Life Won't Wait||22||Audio||1998||Epitaph|
|14||...And Out Come The Wolves||14||Audio||2004-06-03||Rancid Records|
|16||Radio Radio Radio||4||Audio||1993-08-26||Fat Wreck Chords|
|19||Time Bomb||3||Audio||1996||Out Of Step|
|22||...And Out Come The Wolves||19||Audio||1995-08-22||Epitaph|
|23||Let Me Go||3||Audio||2000-10-16|
|24||...And Out Come The Wolves||19||Audio||Epitaph|
|27||Life Won't Wait||22||Audio||1998||Epitaph|
|29||No Berkley / Long Way To Go||2||Audio||Not On Label|
|30||Fall Back Down||3||Audio||2003|
|31||B Sides And C Sides||21||Audio||2007||Rancid Records|
|35||Life Won't Wait||22||Audio||1998-06-29||Epitaph|
|36||Let's Go||21||Audio||2004-10-00||Rancid Records|
|38||Life Won't Wait||15||Audio||2004-10-00||Rancid Records|
|40||Live In Colonia||14||Audio||2000||4Q Records|
|42||The Music Videos: 1993-2003||18||Audio||2008||Machete (4)|
|45||Death Won't Wait||18||Audio||2002||Cenotaph Records (2)|
|48||Let Me Go||3||Audio||2000|
|49||Grease And Garbage||27||Audio||Forbidden Fruit (2)|
|50||Let The Dominoes Fall||19||Audio||2009-06-02|
Rancid were formed in 1991 in Berkeley, California, by [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Matt+Freeman+(2)]Matt Freeman[/url] and [a=Tim Armstrong], both of whom were former members of [a=Operation Ivy] and [a=Downfall (6)].
Rancid includes Armstrong on guitar and vocals, Freeman on bass and vocals, [a=Brett Reed] on drums and [a=Lars Frederiksen] on guitar and vocals. Reed left the band in 2006 and was replaced by [a=Branden Steineckert], former drummer of [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Used,+The]The Used[/url]. As of November 2006, Armstrong and Freeman have been permanent members of the band and Frederiksen did not join Rancid until 1993 after the band was searching for a second guitar player.
They are credited, along with fellow California bands [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Offspring,+The]The Offspring[/url] and [a=Green Day], with reviving mainstream popular interest in punk rock in the United States during the mid 1990s and having recorded on [l=Fat Wreck Chords] and [l=Epitaph Records] (among others), have played a major role in the re-invention of ‘traditional’ punk values in a modern punk scene dominated by pop, metal and emo sensibilities.
Rancid's style often draws comparison with [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Clash,+The]The Clash[/url] in their albums [r=396440] and [r=424844], the latter of which is sometimes referred to as "Rancid's Sandinista!". This influence is further emphasized by direct homages to the seminal punk rock group in the lyrics to several of Rancid's songs, such as the title track to [r=561395].