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Rancid, "Let the Dominoes Fall" (Hellcat/Epitaph)
SoCal punk band returns with first album since 2003's "Indestructible" with Bad Religion producer Brett Gurewitz at the helm for the first time in 15 years. (Gurewitz also owns Epitaph Records). This is also the first album with new drummer Branden Steineckert, formerly of The Used. He replaced Brett Reed in 2006.