"Indestructible" is the title track to the sixth Rancid album, their second produced by Brett Gurewitz of Bad Religion. In the mid-'90s, Rancid had some crossover hits ("Ruby Soho
," "Time Bomb
") and even a Platinum album (...And Out Come the Wolves
, their third), but they never played to popular taste, and when the punk trend faded, so did their mainstream popularity. They stayed true to their roots and retained many loyal fans that were still with them during their Indestructible
era. They earned a reputation, along with Green Day, as one of the most important bands to emerge from the northern California punk scene in the '90s.