Album: Let's Go (1994)
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  • Running just 1:32, this blink-and-you-miss-it punk rocker from Rancid's second album is about a prostitute in the Tenderloin district of San Francisco. It's a song responsible for more than a few mosh pit injuries. >>
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    Adam - Seattle, WA
  • Rancid bass player Matt Freeman sings lead on this one. He wrote the song with guitarist Tim Armstrong, who handles most of the lead vocals in the band.
  • Fellow California punk band NOFX recorded "Tenderloin" for the 2002 album BYO Split Series Volume III, where NOFX and Rancid covered each other's songs.


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