The Offspring begin the year working on new songs, old songs and covers with producer Jerry Finn, including "Can't Repeat" a new track and single for the soon upcoming Greatest Hits album.
Los Angeles radio station KROQ offers a flight on Dexter's jet as part of their South Asian Tsunami benefit auction. In March, Dexter takes the winners on a flight over Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon before buzzing their house.
In April, the band head to Alcatraz Island in San Francisco for a photo shoot in advance of the Greatest Hits release. Soon after, they visit a Los Angeles soundstage to shoot the video for "Can't Repeat."
On June 7, Epitaph releases Punk-O-Rama Vol. 10 which includes The Offspring's "Mission From God."
The Offspring headline the Dew Action Sports Tour stop on June 11 in Louisville, Kentucky before heading out on their first summer aboard the Vans Warped Tour.
The Greatest Hits collection hits stores in North America on June 21. The collection features all of the band's major hits plus "Can't Repeat." Greatest Hits is released in both DualDisc and standard CD configurations. The DualDisc version featured the entire album on the audio-only side while the DVD side includes the full album in 5.1 stereo; a chat with Dexter and Noodles about the band's history and the stories behind the songs; and an exclusive in-the-studio acoustic performance of "Dirty Magic."
A few weeks later, The Offspring's Complete Music Video Collection is released on DVD. The 2Ė1/2 hour DVD showcases all of the band's videos including the band-produced video rarities "Da Hui" and "Cool To Hate." Further bonus features on the DVD include 5.1 surround sound; audio commentary on the videos from Dexter Holland and Noodles; a selection of live television performances; and "Guy Cohen: Where Is He Now?" Dexter's penetrating interview with the actor from "Pretty Fly (For A White Guy)."
Capping off 46 Warped Tour dates, The Offspring play a benefit show at the famed New York City club C.B.G.B.'s to aid in the club's efforts to resolve their lease issues and remain in their historic location. The show rocks, C.B.s gets kicked out anyway.
In September, the band head to Europe for a string of dates followed by a quick tour of Japan in October. The band return to the U.S. to find radio stations playing their cover of "Next To You," originally by The Police and an unlisted final track on the US version of Greatest Hits album. The stations picked up on the song from Offspring fans calling and requesting it.
The Offspring headline the closing-night concert at the BlizzCon computer/video game festival in Anaheim, CA.