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  • CD (30 juin 1998)
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Du très bon , du moins bon , mais que du bon , et sur autant de chansons , c'est un sacré exploit .
Sur ces 22 titres , 6 au moins sont des tubes terriblement addictifs , carrés , puissants , efficaces et incontestables .
Mais le plus fascinant avec Life Won't Wait , c'est qu' à une ou deux exceptions près , chaque chanson possède un petit tour de force incroyable , genre une ligne de basse , un riff ou des percus , qui créé une ambiance super entraînante et surtout complètement MAGIQUE . Certains passages sont même carrément émouvants de beauté et d'ingéniosité . J'en ai eu les larmes aux yeux . C'est d'autant plus incroyable que l' album aborde des genres très variés et qu' à chaque fois , le groupe trouve une sublime astuce pour en faire quelque chose d' inoubliable !
Tout ce que je sais , c'est que dès que je lance ce disque , je ne vois plus le temps passer , et à chaque fois que je me demande combien de pistes il me reste , je m' aperçois que j' en suis déjà à la 20ème ou avant dernière chanson ! Comment est ce que je fais pour écouter un même disque aussi longtemps sans en devenir complètement malade ?
Life Won't Wait n'est certes pas le genre d' album à enchaîner tube sur tube , et vous ne devez pas vous attendre à un nouveau London Calling ; mais il créée une atmosphère si envoutante qu'il est difficile d' y résister , et personellement , j'en ai aimé chaque seconde .
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Alors que je suis habitué au Punk a toutes les sances, force est de constater qu'une fois de plus Rancid s'impose comme la référence absolue du Punk et remet les pendules a l'heure a chaque Album.
Influences Ragga, basse omniprésente, altrnence des voix, tout y est c'est le genre de cd q'on écoute du début a la fin a chaque fois qu'on le met. Avec NoFX, les maitres du genre.
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1998? Celà me fait penser au 1977 des Clash...
Les californiens de Rancid nous donnent ici un album très ecclectique, l'on passe du street punk old school, au ska, en passant à l'occasion par du psychobilly, le reggae et j'en passe...
Des invités de marque tel que Buju Banton, Dicky Barrett (Mighty Mighty Bosstones)viennet ponctuer etilluminer les lieux.
J'accorde aux puristes l'aspect très comertile de la première écoute, mais rien à dire plus le temps passe, plus l'écoute se fait fine et s'avère très interessante musicalement and absolutly punk
Buy it man!
So the hooligans and boot boys know one thing for sure
Scars benn stricken on their face...
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HASH(0xa2affd38) étoiles sur 5 Amazing record by a great band 20 juin 2002
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Rancid is one of those rare bands who can crank out album after album of similar-sounding music without stagnating. Their sound is born of the Clash and the Sex pistols, with a touch of Black Flag political sensibility thrown in. To say Rancid is not derivative would be a lie, but to discount them because of their influences would be a crime.
"Life Won't Wait" was the eagerly-anticipated follow-up to 1995's "...And Out Come The Wolves," and it showed surprising levels of innovation and musical exploration from what had been a band with staid musical style.
"Bloodclot" is the leadoff shot, a typical Rancid-esque song with Lars' raw-throated vocals getting the record off to a super-charged opening. There are a lot of great tracks on this record that are not straight-ahead punk songs, and if people complain about Rancid trying out Ska and Reggae, the lyric "Desmond Dekker was singin" from "Roots Radicals" is obviously lost on them.
"Hoover Street" is one such reggae song, though it mixes rocking choruses in for a great blend of sounds all tied together with Tim Armstrong's drawling vocals. "Who would've thought" and "Corazon De Oro" are also in the reggae/ska vein. Both are beautiful songs that bespeak brash and youthful love, and are a far cry from the hard-edged punkishness that had been Rancid's trademark up to this point. While the departure is uncharacteristic, the songs' strength and sheer enjoyability cannot be denied. "Life Won't Wait" and "Wrongful Suspicion" also have the Jamaican style, though they are more serious and political than the aforementioned selections.
Lars does even more singing on this record, and his voice is an excellent counterpoint to Tim's. There are so many amazing songs on this album, it's hard to pick any favorites, but my favorites are "Coppers," "Something in the World today," "Cash Cutlture and Violence," and the brilliant "Crane Fist."
Listening to this album takes you through almost all ranges of human emotion. From adrenaline-fueled aggression to anthemic exaltation, Rancid has crafted a masterpiece with this album. I've had it for four years and never gotten sick of it once. If you like bands like Green Day, the Clash, the Ramones, and any of the new Pop-punk bands, give this one a try. I think you Blink-182 fans might just be pleasantly surprised.
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HASH(0xa2941648) étoiles sur 5 Life Won't Wait = Modern Day Punk Rock Classic 9 juin 2006
Par Jason M. Nichols - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Life Won't Wait

Before I begin my rant I should probably tell you a little about my background/taste in music. I would consider myself your average everyday blue collar worker. I have been working since I was 14 years old & have always loved music. I have been married for 10 years & have 2 children (with another one due in July). My first concert was R.E.M. on their "Green" World Tour. I have always enjoyed alternative/underground/indie music & in high school I was first introduced to punk rock by friends. My first punk show was Bad Religion/All on BR's "Generator" tour. My friends & I actually hung out with Scott Reynolds from All before the show, but we'll save that story for another day.

I first heard Rancid on a Sunday nite while watching MTV's 120 Minutes. Their video for "Salvation" was incredible!!! Tim's snarled singing style along with their F-You look just grabbed me. I went out the next day & purchased their 1994 album "Let's Go." I have been a Rancid fan ever since & each album continues to blow me away. It's amazing how these guys continue to grow/mature as song writers & each album has it's own distinct sound/style. "Life Won't Wait" demonstrates my point more than any other Rancid album to date. This album is clearly the pinnacle of their career & perhaps the most hated by their fans (which I have never quite understood).

"The phenomenon your about to witness could well revolutionize your way of thinking. We are presenting the startling facts & evidence that pick up where other explanations leave off. Some of these revelations may very well go against things you have been taught & perhaps believed all your life. Prepare yourself for the evidence which will follow:" --Intro to Rancid's 1998 album "Life Won't Wait"--

From the sonic guitar/harmonica on "Intro" to the xylophone on "Hoover Street" to the reggae drums on "Life Won't Wait," Rancid truly proved themselves as a songwriting force not to be reckoned with. The infectious Hey-Ho's...Lars lyrical delivery...Matt's amazing bassline..."Bloodclot" is pure punk & an absolute punk rock gem on this album. From that to Tim's quiet snarled poetry & xylophone on "Hoover Street," you could already tell that the punks from Oakland were taking the listener to a place their previous releases only hinted at.

The song "Life Won't Wait" is pure reggae/ska bliss. Tim & Lars tag team vocals are exactly what Rancid fans love! Add in surprise guest Buju Banton's vocals and you have an instant classic. This is Rancid pushing themselves to the limit & proving that they are more than just the stereotypical mohawked 3 chord punk rockers we have all been accustomed to. "Here's the new face of rock 'n' roll." A lyric delivered with absolute sincerity on another ska tune "Hooligans." That lyric is a rally call to all of you who haters out there who critizied these guys so hard for this album. "Wrongful Suspicion," "Crane Fist" & "Coppers" are 3 more exquistely written reggae tunes.

"Who Would've Thought" is Tim at his best! His vocal delivery along with Lars bluesy guitar.....AWESOME!!! Mighty Mighty Bosstones vocalist Dicky Barrett was a nice touch on "Cash, Culture and Violence." The harmonica on "Cocktails".....Matt Freeman's bass on "1998".....the rockabilly of "Lady Liberty"....."Something In The World Today" is more punk rock nirvana.....

I think I've made my point. Both lyrically & musically this album is far superior to anything else these guys have put out. The year 2000 found these guys having to prove themselves on the self-titled "Rancid" album all because of you haters who came down so hard on these guys for showing some song writing talent on "Life Won't Wait."

If you are a Rancid fan, then give this record another spin. If you've never heard Rancid, this is a great place to start.

Thanks for letting me rant. See y'all in the pit......
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HASH(0xa2b07f9c) étoiles sur 5 "Life Won't Wait" was worth the wait! 27 septembre 1998
Par Alex R. Mayer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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So Rancid did two albums of pretty much straight up punk rawk, with a bit of ska thrown in. These albums were 1994's Let's Go and 1996's Out Come the Wolves. It's been awhile since we've heard some new stuff from Rancid, and after WOLVES, I was ready for a different kind of sound. Well, we waited and Rancid gave us, LIFE WON"T WAIT, an incredible album that spans the spectrum of punk, ska-punk, traditional rock steady ska, and every rock n roll variation in between. Punk rawk songs include BLOODCLOT, BLACK LUNG, WARSAW, CASH CULTURE AND VIOLENCE(featuring Dicky Barrett of the Bosstones), amd THE WOLF. Good ska tunes include LIFE WON"T WAIT (featuring Buju Banton), HOOLIGANS, CRANE FIST, WRONGFUL SUSPICION. Many songs include guest musicians from ska banns the Slackers and Dave Hillyard. This new album draws on influences of Jamaican music and culture and experiences that Rancid has had on several world tours. Their lyrical content has matured from harrassed punk kids on the street to being horrified by all that is wrong in the world (listen to BLACK LUNG, WARSAW, and LADY LIBERTY.) This album is truly great, diverse in musical styles and totally RANCID!
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HASH(0xa2934060) étoiles sur 5 Different side of Ranicd, was a Great album with some drawbacks... 29 avril 2012
Par Marcos - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is a very late written review... Life won't wait has now been out for many years and Rancid has since released 3 albums, not to mention the Transplants stuff and Tim Armstrong's "Poet's Life" solo album (which I will compare this to shortly), but I wanted to put a review in especially now, looking back with some more insight and more comparisons, and this was quite the "controversial " album.
This album got a lot of mixed reviews, to say the least, more than half of them on the negative end. Armstrong and even bassist Matt Freeman always have had reggae/1st wave ska roots - Op Ivy (Operation Ivy for anyone who might not know) is clear evidence of this. Though it was clearly punk, it was ska punk with evident reggae/1st wave ska influences.

At this point in Rancid's career, after the success of Out Come the Wolves and their break into the mainstream (Let's Go had a hit with "Salvation but Rancid didn't really hit the airwaves until Out Come the Wolves with songs like Ruby Soho, Junkie Man, Time Bomb, etc.), they were ready to try something else, and experiment with their roots, especially Armstrong's roots, the main songwriter.

This was frustrating for a lot of fans who wanted more of the same harder punk (which they got with Rancid's next album, the black album or Rancid 2000 or whatever you want to call it (a great album as well), which proved they could still write the same way they had and do great new songs in that vein... they proved they hadn't "lost their way" or any of the other sophomoric comments made about them at the time of this album's release). While I understood some of the complaints to a small degree, I thought it was sad and narrow that a lot of fans couldn't just take this album for what it was - it was a definite removal from the prior three albums, but there was nothing "bad" about it - in fact it demonstrated a versatility and ability to successfully make a punk-reggae fusion on Rancid's part (Out Come the Wolves demonstrated this as well but more subtle manner).

Let's take Hoover Street, track three, for example, is an amazing song - it stays true to Armstrong's good biographical storytelling ability of tumultuous lives (the song is about a crack addicted male and his relationship with his girlfriend, with poetry behind it and indication of an overdose(glass pipe murder) or an indirect death due to addiction) and at the same time tell it poetically but remain "punk" with a great song arrangement and catchiness without resorting to pop methodology in order to write an enjoyable melody/verse/chorus/bridge/etc., and in this case, on top of it, fuse it successfully with overtones of reggae, which again existed on Out Come the Wolves (and even Let's Go to a lesser degree) in more subtlety.

I think that there are better Rancid albums, but Life Won't Wait was a fantastic effort and as always offered us plenty of songs.

The only slightly negative thing I will mention about the album is it does feel like it didn't quite, as a whole, fully glue itself together - it doesn't play as fluidly, as, for instance, Out Come the Wolves. Also (and these aren't even really critiques but comments since the album is great), I don't think it fully nailed what they or Tim was going for, but it came close enough. What I mean by this is while it's an awesome fusion there are, at moments, the slight feeling of an identity crisis rather than a harmonious fusion - again, not throughout but here and there as you listen to the album.

Armstrong's "Poet's Life" was something that I think needed to happen for a long time - a 1st wave ska/reggae album, full with steel drums, Hammond B-3 organ, and the Desmond Dekker / Joe Strummer / Jimmy Cliff influences. That album I think completed for Armstrong what Life Won't Wait couldn't, and gave Tim Armstrong fans the full on reggae album they'd been long awaiting. Check it out.
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HASH(0xa2934228) étoiles sur 5 Just classic 18 mars 2001
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Lots of people say that this CD is not punky enough, and that Rancid sold out. Not at all. It rocks hard, but they are also showing just how great they are at music, that they can do so many different styles and do them all well. Hese's a short summary of the songs. 1-Intro- this song is kinda an instrumental with spoken words that sounds like it was sampled from the 50s. It has a harmonica in it. It is very short, and it is a great start to the CD.
2-Bloodclot- There was a video for this song, it's more punk-y than most. It's got that cool hey, ho thing too.
3-Hoover Street- this song os a much softer song for most of it, but it kicks in to harder rocking parts where they say Oh Yeah. I hated it at first 'cos it's slow, but it grows on you.
4-Black lung- I didn't like this song as much, but I love the beginning, I just listen to the first 30 secs. over and over...
5-Life won't wait- this is (in my opinion) the worst song on the CD, I can't listen through the whole thing. Why did they name the CD after this one?
6-New dress- Now this one is classic. it's got a cool bassline, and it kinda kicks between this harmonic part about a working class girl and yugoslavia, and a hard rock part Great, great song
7-Warsaw- this song is punk. I love it! I'm getting a little sick of it tho, but probably because I listened to it so much.
8-Hooligans-It's differnt; I didn't like it that much, but it shows how great they really are.
9-Crane Fist-This has got to be the most experimental song ever, and it's really great. It's interesting, and you find new things about it every time you listen It has a piano, and I don't think any guitars except for the bass.
10-Leicester Square- This is my favorite song on the CD. A really trebly guitar, a catchy melody, and clapping. this is one of those songs that you kick yourself for not writing first.
11-Backslide- More ska-ish than punk, I'm not much into this type of stuff. If you like it, then it is a good song, but...
12-Who Would've though- Softer side of Rancid at first, then it get's a little heavier. I usually hate soft stuff, but it isn't that bad.
13- Cash, Culture and Violence- This song is very different, it is basically all feedback. Another classic.
14-Cocktails- Same notes as #11, but I like this one better
15-Th wolf- Yes, I love this song! it has a blues-y beginning, then it gets punk. It's great the whole way!
16-1998- I'm surprised that this song didn't give it an explicid lyrics sticker. It stand sout int that it is very dark and angry, and hard rocking. A great song!
17-Lady Liberty- Definitly un-punk, but I still like it. But I like the next one better
18-Same basic lyrical idea as 17 (sort of) and the style is similar, but this one is much better
19-turntable-This is a fun song to listen to. It is sort of the definitive rancid song; it is melodic and it rocks.
20-Something in the world today- This one would be my favorite song if it weren't for the long and boring ending. It has Lars and Tim singing together at the same time. It is great
21-Corazon De oro- That is spanish for hart of gold. it's another softer song, but I liked 12 better. It is still good though.
22-This one is kinda Jamacan sounding. If Memory serves (I could be wrong) It was recorded somewhere around there. I didn't like this one much; I've been unable to listen through the whole thing. It's not bad, just not my thing.
All in all, it is a great CD, and probably my second Favorite (after Everclear's World of Noise) Rancid is one of the few bands today that just does what they want, and they do it very well. Great job, guys!
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