Hailing from Santa Cruz, California, Russ Rankin leads this straight-edge hardcore punk band. The band was founded in 1986
by Rankin, ex-Fury 66 member. Rankin utilized the band as a vehicle for his political vexations. Fans looking for an exciting
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Good Riddance introduced their first 7", Gidget, under Little Deputy Records in 1990. They were eventually discovered by
Fat Mike, NOFX bassist and Fat Wreck Chords owner. After enlisting Platt, Good Riddance released For God and Country in 1995.
For God and Country was followed by another impeccable release in 1996, A Comprehensive Guide to Moderne Rebellion. The band
was able to cultivate a large following in the punk community driven by their anti-war beliefs.
Good Riddance spent 1996 and most of 1997 touring the U.S. and Europe with headliners, including: Propagandhi, No Use for
a Name and Sick of it All. Good Riddance continued to tour with music artists of the Fat Wreck Chords label. A two-week European
tour came to fruition in early 2006 before the band released its seventh album. Good Riddance's tour schedule was put on pause
by outside commitments and family. But the good news is Good Riddance is back.
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