Last edited by BagOfShenanigans; 07-04-2012 at 02:56 PM.
Your back's to the wall, that's protocol;
It's sequestering your spirit, misleading us all.
Originally Posted by Noodles
Cruisin California, hands down.
The only song by The Offspring that I actually can say that I hate
Before that I probably would have said something like "there are no bad songs, they are all good in their own right"
Thanks CC for ruining that.
The Offspring spelade hela Smash, jag tycker att de skulle spelat de gamla låtarna istället.
-Förvirrad festivalbesökare på Bråvalla.
I dont like Kristy much, so much cliche and boring...the clip was even worse.
Want You Bad is overrated to me... musically it's good, though the lyrics are a bit cringeworthy. I do think most of the other songs on CO1 are better, and don't get anywhere near the same level of attention, so it's definitely overrated. It's far from being a bad song though. Denial Revisited is the only song on CO1 that I could maybe consider as a filler, but even that isn't a bad song, but then again CO1 is a very strong and consistent album all the way through. No bad tracks on it at all. xD
As for End Of The Line, I've always classed that as one of their most highly underrated tracks, and also one of their best. Along with Pay The Man, it's my fave song from Americana.
Pay The Man should have been a single, or at least given a bad arse video.
Have You Ever is the same.
Totally agreed also on Have You Ever... it's a great song, and should have been released as a single and had a video made for it. But again, it's commercial potential was far lower than all the other songs from Americana that were released as singles, so it suffered for that...
My problem with TEOTL is the same with the last few songs on Green Day's Dookie. It feels like they already had many great songs for the Album (Americana), but not enough for a full length album, so they thought "we need more songs, so we write a few songs that sound like the others on the album, although we have run out of good ideas/riffs/melodies/whatever".
I don't like Da Hui.