|1||Dope Sick Girl|
|3||Just A Feeling|
|4||Someone's Gonna Die|
|FAT509||Rancid||Radio Radio Radio (7", EP)||Fat Wreck Chords||FAT509||US||1993|
|FAT 509||Rancid||Radio Radio Radio (7", EP, RP)||Fat Wreck Chords||FAT 509||US||2004|
|FAT509||Rancid||Radio Radio Radio (7", EP, RP, Cle)||Fat Wreck Chords||FAT509||US||2018|
- Bass, Vocals – Matt Freeman
- Drums, Vocals – Bret Reed
- Guitar, Lead Vocals – Tim Armstrong
- Guitar, Vocals – Lars Frederiksen
- Recorded By – Donnell Cameron, Joe Peccenillo
Recorded at Westbeach.
Track B2 originally performed by Blitz.
Originally released on 26 Aug 1993.
Track A1: written "Radio"
Track B1: written "Just A Felling"
Track B2: written "Some Ones Gunna Die"
50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс Rancid - Radio Full Album StreamYouTube. Order yours here. Let's Go. Rancid - Radio Radio Radio 1993. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Songs in album Rancid - Radio Radio Radio 1993. Rancid - Radio. Rancid - Dope Sick Girl. Rancid - Just A Feeling. Rancid - Someone's Gonna Die Blitz cover. Radio, Radio, Radio is the second EP by the California-punk rock band, Rancid. This EP is the only album released to have a track written by Billie Joe Armstrong from Green Day. Billie Joe temporarily filled the position of backup vocalist and bassist, playing live with Rancid for several concerts. Radio and Dope Sick Girl were both re-recorded for the bands second album, Lets Go, which was released the next year, although they were both completely re-recorded and rearranged and thus sound very different particularly Radio . The EP was also the groups only release on Fat Wreck Chords. Watch the video for Radio Radio Radio from Rancid's B-Sides Collection for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar Radio Radio is an EP by the American punk rock band Rancid. The EP was released on August 26, 1993 through Fat Wreck Chords with the catalog number FAT 509. It was also their only release on Fat Wreck Chords. It is the first Rancid release with four members, with the inclusion of Lars Fredriksen on guitar and vocals. Previously a three-piece, Rancid was in need of a second guitar player to refine their sound. They had briefly performed live with Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day as their second. Rancid Radio: Never fell in love until i fell in love with you Never know what a good time was until i had a goo. Radio clash magnificent 7 I was a choir boy you showed me no heaven Two tools surley lost no remorse ignoring the cost. Here it is Here i am Turn it up fuckin' loud. Radio, Radio, Radio. When i got the music i got a place to go. Live United States radio stations online. No, thanks. more quotes. United States. All stations. Radio Stations USA. Stations By Format