Let The Dominoes Fall

User Score
8.3

Universal acclaim- based on 18 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 14 out of 18
  2. Negative: 0 out of 18

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  1. JohnH
    Jun 6, 2009
    8
    Another quality Rancid album.
  2. MaceG
    Jun 4, 2009
    9
    It's true that this is a softer Rancid than that of years gone by, but this is nonetheless an incredible pop, punk, country and ska album. It did take me a few listens to get into. An early contender for album of the year.
  3. JeremyS
    Jun 4, 2009
    9
    This is one of the best albums I have heard in years. Thankfully Rancid has stayed true to their sound, but you don't have to be a punk to enjoy it.
  4. bobj
    Jun 4, 2009
    6
    Its ok, but not up to usuall Rancid standards. This is something the kids at the mall would buy in Hot Topic.
  5. Oct 20, 2010
    8
    Great Album. Not nearly as good as And Out Come the Wolves but that is a legendary album. LTDF is real good and is a fun energetic listen. Love the song You Want it You got it. Tim, Lars, and Matt are 3 punk gods and they are still doing great things.
Metascore
72

Generally favorable reviews - based on 12 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 9 out of 12
  2. Negative: 0 out of 12
  1. Rancid's been doing this a long time and while they'll never recapture the exact same power and glory they exuded in the '90s', on Let the Dominos Fall they show they've got more than enough of each to get by in grand style.
  2. Sometimes observing that a band keeps making the same record is an insult. Not so with Rancid--and not when the records are this good.
  3. With this exceptional comeback album, Rancid back up that boast [“We got it right, you got it wrong, we’re still around,” Armstrong proclaims on Dominoes’ key single, Last One to Die.] in spades and prove they are the only punk band of their generation who still matters--regardless of their age.