Bass, Innocent Bass

Redlands, California
March 8, 2018 8:28am CST
Plus takes you on a trip. There is nothing in the world like this trip. What ever they did changed music history.
Listen to the full album at http://bit.ly/1izD8Um "Journey To The End Of The East Bay" by Rancid from the album '...And Out Come The Wolves,' available now D...
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@teamfreak16 (41181)
• Colorado Springs, Colorado
19 Mar
Out Come the Wolves was such a great album. There's a bar Downtown that has it on the jukebox. I always play something from it when I'm there.
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• Redlands, California
19 Mar
Me too, and I always find it neat because no one ever plays Rancid in the bar, but here in California where there are so well known, always get people go thanks for playing that.
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@teamfreak16 (41181)
• Colorado Springs, Colorado
19 Mar
@crossbones27 - That's a great feeling, when someone thanks you for playing something. I once got thanked for playing "Exodus" by Bob Marley.
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• Redlands, California
19 Mar
@teamfreak16 It is indeed nice when people appreciate the little things.
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@maezee (32288)
• United States
8 Mar
I love this tune. I dont even play bass but had to learn this song on it just because Matty is so great.
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• Redlands, California
8 Mar
Agree and one of my complaints with the band as of late. They do not showcase him enough.