...Honor Is All We Know [CD]

  • Artist: Rancid
  • SKU: 9132005
  • Release Date: 10/27/2014
  • 4.3 (34)
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Best Buy Customer Reviews

5
Consistently rocking Posted by: from: on For all the years and miles, Rancid still delivers the goods like a punch in the throat! They still stick up for the underdog and they still hit hard, fast (32 minutes) and get out without overstaying their welcome. Great stuff and it easily stands beside their early work

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

5
Yet another stellar release Posted by: from: Cleveland on This band has carried the torch from some great bands of the past and they do it well. This record is very polished, but still has the gusto to rock. I would say this record is up with some of the better of the Rancid releases. The songs are great.

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

5
oi oi oi Posted by: from: on evils my friend is a great song, Diabolical is also another one of my favorite

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

3
It's okay Posted by: from: on Let the Dominoes Fall was the last Rancid album I purchased and it really blew me away. I was wandering through my local Best Buy when I saw this record. Didnt hesitate to purchase. Listened to it. It's okay. I would recommend listening to it online before buying.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

5
Rancid Honor is All We Know Posted by: from: on This is a Great album. Again produced by the Legendary Brett Gurewitz of Bad Religion. The album has great sequence of songs, the songs sound crisp and clear and gritty all at the same time. Every songs are perfect in length and crafted perfectly in the vein of post modern punk rock. A classic with outstanding energy. Rancid continues their brand of rock and roll again without compromising anything. The ending result is: Rancid. Honor Is All We Know. Nov. 2014.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

4
They killed it! Posted by: from: on Rancid has never been my favorite band but I think that they are improving and getting better with every album they put out. In my opinion this is there best album. Favorite song: Already Dead

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

5
Tim Timebomb and company bring in yer face punk! Posted by: from: on Tim Armstrong has worked with various bands but is now back with Rancid for another killer studio album. Long-awaited this has been for fans but they live up to their punk status. Their sound that they are known for is definitely captured on this album. If you are a longtime fan of Rancid or just starting this album will mainstay in your punk collection.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

5
Different from past but very familiar Posted by: from: on As a lifelong Rancid fan, this collection is different in many ways IE not about current events, but has the familiar Lars, Tim, and Matt sound that defines Rancid. Once again, a cd that every song is well done and I love singing along with. Highly recommend to anyone who likes punk with intelligent music.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

4
Best Rancid record since S/T 2000!! Posted by: from: on I loved every Rancid album up the 2000 release. I was not a big fan of Indestructable or Let the Dominos fall. I gave this one a whirl because the teaser songs were super catchy. I was pleasantly suprised to hear the old Rancid back! Everything sounds great and happy to hear the new drummer coming into his own.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

3
Good but not great Posted by: from: Philadelphia, PA on This album is worth a listen. It has some good songs on it, but it won't be an album I listen to from start to finish or frequently like many of Rancid's past albums. If you are a Rancid fan it is worth picking up but I definitely prefer their past albums over this one.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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