Bay Area punks Rancid released their self-titled, fifth album in 2000 on guitarist Tim Armstrong's label Hellcat. The band had formed in 1991 and were dominate for nearly a decade at that point. Now, decades later, not much has changed. Their brand of ska-tinged punk with extremely memorable choruses has made them a main stay in music since their inception. Rancid 2000, as it became known to fans, was produced by Brett Gurewitz, founder of Bad Religion and Epitaph Records. This original Rancid shirt, deadstock in excellent condition, is a promotional tee for the band's self-titled album from 2000.