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  1. Majin Reply

    "Come Out and Play" (Sometimes stylized with an added 'Keep 'em Separated') is a song by the Californian punk rock group The Offspring. It is the seventh track on their third album Smash () and was released as the first single from that album. Written by frontman Dexter Holland, the song was the second single to be released by the band, after "I'll Be Waiting" (). It is considered to.

  2. Juramar Reply

    The Offspring: November 14, Uses samples from War [US] Pay the Man: The Offspring: November 17, Tribulation: Pretty Fly (For a White Guy) The Offspring: November 17, Uses samples from Def Leppard: Self Esteem: The Offspring: March 22, Session: The Offspring: October 16, Endless: She's Got Issues: The Offspring.

  3. Maukasa Reply

    The Offspring is an American punk rock band formed in Garden Grove, California in The band originally comprised vocalist Doug Thompson, guitarist Dexter Holland, bassist Greg K. and drummer Jim Benton, although Thompson and Benton left early on. After Holland took over vocal duties and James Lilja joined on drums, the group briefly added Marcus Parrish as a second guitarist, before Kevin.

  4. Kazralmaran Reply

    The J-card tracklist states that "Beheaded" is the first track on side B, when in reality it is the last track on side A. The tracklist on the physical tape, however, is correct. All the songs on this album were originally recorded in

  5. Maugore Reply

    The Offspring World Tour was a worldwide concert tour by The Offspring, which began on March 23, in Saskatoon, Canada and ended on October 29, in Alaska. On this tour, the band visited many locations they had not played in years; they played Mexico for the first time since , and Alaska for the first time since

  6. Yonos Reply

    "Hammerhead" is a song by American punk rock band The Offspring. The song is featured as the fourth track on the band's eighth studio album Rise and Fall, Rage and Grace () and was released as the first single from the album. The song was first played at the Summer Sonic Festival in It peaked at No. 2 on Billboard's Alternative Songs chart.

  7. Bakazahn Reply

    The album was released in limited numbers by the label, only in a 12" vinyl & cassette format. A CD release didn't appear until ' A six-week national tour soon followed, but Noodles was later stabbed during their Hollywood anti-nuclear benefit. During '91, The Offspring teamed up with Wilson again to produce the Baghdad 7" EP and a third.

  8. Faulkis Reply

    "She's Got Issues" has more of an alternative rock vibe than a punk vibe, which is okay, because it has a solid sound. The riff is catchy, and so is the chorus (even though Dexter Holland's voice gets unpleasantly strained in those higher notes); plus, it has mildly amusing lyrics about a girl with baggage.

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