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Customer Reviews

Best album of 1994

Definitely the greatest album made by the Offspring, they haven't acheived fame like this album since. Not only does this album have fast tempos, heavy drums, and punk vocals, but the lyrics are genuine punk. I definitely recommend it to anyone who listens to music in general, this album's definitive of early 90's rock.

Smash It Up

This is a very good album. Every song on it is good and leand themselves well to repeated play, I have had this album for a few years and I still listen to it often. The guitar work and drums are both great, and Dexters vocals never get old. The singles from this album are great but they aren't the best, check out "Nitro (Youth Energy)", "Genocide", and "What Happened To You". If you like this album I also recommend their debut album entitled The Offspring, as well as Americana, and you might considor checking out their new album Rise & Fall, Gage & Grace.


This is the offsrping at their finest, when dexter still had braids and there songs were hard but smart. I would recomend buying the whole album, but my favorite songs are 1. Bad habit 2. Come out and play 3. Self esteem 4. Genocide 5 Smash (smash is worth the album buy)


Formed: 1985 in Garden Grove, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The Offspring's metal-inflected punk became a popular sensation in 1994, selling over four million albums on an independent record label. While the group's credentials and approach follow the indie rock tradition of the '80s, sonically the Offspring sound more like an edgy, hard-driving heavy metal band, with their precise, pulsing power chords and Dexter Holland's flat vocals. Featuring Holland, guitarist Kevin "Noodles" Wasserman, bassist Greg Kriesel, and drummer Ron Welty, the Offspring released...
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