|2. Come Out Swinging|
|3. Original Prankster|
|4. Want You Bad|
|5. Million Miles Away|
|6. Dammit, I Changed Again|
|7. Living In Chaos|
|8. Special Delivery|
|9. One Fine Day|
|10. All Along|
|11. Denial, Revisited|
|13. Conspiracy One|
Intro: What would an Offspring CD be without an intro? It's only about 5 seconds though
Come Out Swinging: A perfect start to the album, loud and fast. Lyrics aren't that great though.
Original Prankster: Reminds me too much of Americana's "Pretty Fly (For a White Guy)" But noticabely better.
Want You Bad: B... blink? Even though it sounds like an emulation of Mark, Tom, and Travis it's still a great song.
Million Miles Away: The first time I heard this it blew me away. Excellent lyrics, great guitars, and a spectacular chorus
Dammit, I Changed Again: A great hard and fast song, probably my favorite on the album.
Living in Chaos: What's this? This song just stinks.
Special Delivery: Woah! Good song with extremely strange lyrics. (Gotta love the "Ooga Chacka" in the background though)
One Fine Day: This is one of the most hilarious songs I've ever heard.
All Along: Not that memorable but an okay song.
Denial, Revisited: A... NICE song? Defies the style of the rest of the album but an excellent song
Vultures: A good slower song.
Conspiracy of One: Ah the infamous title track. It's hard, fast, and finishes off the album great.
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