What is rancid?

  • (adj): Used of decomposing oils or fats.
    Example: "Rancid butter"; "rancid bacon"
    See also — Additional definitions below


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Salvation (Rancid Song)
... "Salvation" is a song by the American punk rock band Rancid ... and "Ruby Soho", "Salvation" is considered to be one of Rancid's breakthrough songs, as it received airplay from modern rock radio stations, it was also the band's ...
Let The Dominoes Fall - Writing and Production
... After a break in 2004, Rancid began writing their follow-up to Indestructible a year later ... On April 13, 2006, Rancid posted a large update to their MySpace page and mentioned that the album would be released in the spring of 2007. 12, 2007, drummer Branden Steineckert posted on his MySpace blog stating that members of Rancid were expected to get back together in the fall to begin ...
Rancid Discography
... The discography of Rancid, a Northern California-based punk rock band, includes seven studio albums, two extended plays, two compilations and seventeen singles ... performed by members or former members of Rancid that was recorded with Operation Ivy, Transplants and Lars Frederiksen and the Bastards ...
... Rancid may refer to Rancidification, the oxidation of fats, fatty acids, and edible oils Rancid (band), an American punk band, and their eponymous releases Rancid (EP), the above ...
Punk-O-Rama (album) - Track Listing
... "Hyena" (from Rancid) Tim Armstrong, Matt Freeman Rancid 255 4 ... "I Wanna Riot" (from "Roots Radicals") Rancid 311 7 ...

More definitions of "rancid":

  • (adj): Smelling of fermentation or staleness.
    Synonyms: sour

Famous quotes containing the word rancid:

    If you find that you can’t make seventy by any but an uncomfortable road, don’t you go. When they take off the Pullman and retire you to the rancid smoker, put off your things, count your checks, and get out at the first way station where there’s a cemetery.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)