If you don't want them to make anything that is not "Punk", or is to different from their "sound", just buy the Greatest Hits. It wont dissapoint you.
Huntenpop, Ulft, Netherlands, 28 august 2009, 20km
Pukkelpop, Hasselt, Belgium, 20 august 2011 -Canceled- 328km
Zenith, Paris, France, 31 August 2011, 559km
AB, Brussels, Belgium, 17 June 2012 (Ignition Club Show), 287km
De Melkweg, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 18 june 2012 (Ignition Club Show), 132km
Orange Warsaw Festival, Warsaw, Poland, 26 May 2013, 1150km
Conversation after Paris show:
Me: "I bought a bottle of Dexter's saus"
She: "You bought what?!?!"
I actually enjoy Kristy very much, and i do respect why Dexter wrote the song. I don't know why, but like most people it has really grown on me.
Best Offspring Albums
1. Ixnay on the Hombre
2. Days go by
4. Rise and Fall, Rage and Grace
6. Conspiracy of One
Actually one of my favorites; because it is so different (and meaningful). Still like the acoustic version best.
I've loved Kristy ever since RAFRAG came out.
I don't dislike it because it's poppy - I like a lot of poppy music - but rather because it's bland and generic. Compared to their other songs, and punk bands in general, it's different; compared to music as a whole, it's some of the most boring, predictable stuff ever. Plus Dexter's voice is just not good in that song.
Whatever they write, it's got to be better than some of bono's lyrics 'Have you come here to play Jesus to the lepers in your head?' and 'I'll give you everything you want, except the thing that you want' strike as a particularly suspect pair of lines...