And god-awful at that.
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And god-awful at that.
If I were you, I would see about doing a follow up interview on this. Seems you might have a neat scoop on your hands, and someone somewhere will be interested.
Last I heard, he was dedicating more time to doing AV work with his church and just leading a more relaxed life. More power to him.
Do they still play "Hey Ya!" That's usually been a sign they were close to starting.
They do not say that.
You got that backwards. The differences are minor. This is just different enough to not end up in court.
That's a good point. It was just a little distracting during those parts.
I don't think they had rehearsed it very much if they did. The lead singer of Dead Sara didn't know the lyrics at all. They were taped to the floor in front of her and she was staring down reading...
Agreed. A "warts and all" appreciation for the album says more to me than absolutely loving everything no matter what. It's good to be able to weigh criticism and understand it and still have the...
I agree with Eskimo, Splinter is their weakest album by far. The short length is a symptom of this. I understand it though, because it was a rough time for the band. Still the album is important...
You make fun now, but someday you'll learn and know better. You will, wait and see.
I'm surprised a "well-crafted" album gets 2.5 stars. Also I think most of the opinion on the album was gleaned from just looking at the cover ("autumnal," "fall weather").
Yikes. I'm not sure they'll be hanging out with Josie anytime soon. Whether it's true or not, it's not the kind of thing you casually slip into a private conversation, let alone a public broadcast.
I think the fact that it sounds like a "typical" Offspring makes it more special in the Post-Splinter era. :P
Definitely one of my favorites on the album.
Seems like he's been waiting a long time to write this.
1. Slim Pickens Does the Right Thing and Rides the Bomb To Hell
2. Dividing By Zero
3. The Future Is Now
4. Hurting As One
5. Secrets From the Underground
6. Dirty Magic
7. All I Have Left Is...
But it's VERY well-known among fans. Hence why it's there, and I think you're thinking of the right song.
All of her reviews are about 2-3 sentences long. Cushy job.
Turns out you're right, sorry. :(
Yeah, I had that thought when I saw the title and heard them first say it had a reggae vibe. They might have got the idea playing Guns of Brixton live.
Ha, yeah, I got it right away too. Though if someone's not careful they could end up putting the wrong song there.
It's off of multiple albums, but mostly Days Go By. At least by my answers.
Really?? THOSE were the easy ones. I put the obvious answer for 5. 6 was still too many possibilities to me, so I put the one that was a single -albeit one of their oldest ones.
"UNLOCK THE OFFSPRING MYSTERY PLAYLIST FOR A CHANCE TO WIN A PRIZE PACK! USE THE CLUES IN THE IMAGE BELOW TO FIGURE OUT WHICH SONGS BY THE OFFSPRING ARE INCLUDED IN THE PLAYLIST. CREATE AND PUBLISH...
No, I really won't. I bought Conspiracy and Splinter when they came out, and they were cool to listen to. When RAFRAG debuted on Imeem I listened to it there, and the feeling was exactly the same -...