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Conspiracy Of One


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  • Audio CD (Nov. 14 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music Canada
  • ASIN: B000051XVK
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (222 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #6,159 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro
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
12. Vultures
13. Conspiracy One

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This Australian Exclusive Version features a Bonus Track 'huck It' (Taken from the Film of the Same Name) and also features Much Enhanced Material Including all the Video Clips from 'americana', the Video for 'original Prankster', Love Footage and More!

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Fellow Californian Mike Love of the Beach Boys is sampled to introduce this latest Offspring release and immediately it's down to business as usual. Which for the Offspring means the best-produced punk rock money can buy. Brendan O'Brien (Pearl Jam) turns the knobs in the producer's chair and he works pure sonic architecture. The guitars crunch with perfectly defined distortion, the drums come down the middle, and--most importantly--singer Dexter Holland is juiced to the max. Though his voice sits in the "whine" range, double tracking and other studio enhancements give the vocals an incredible presence beyond standard range, and Holland works them to convincing effect. "Come Out Swinging" does exactly that. "Want You Bad" recalls the southern California punk pop of the Descendents. "One Fine Day" double-times into both hardcore and a galloping country terrain. Essentially, it's full speed ahead with the pedal to the metal and no airbags in sight. --Rob O'Connor

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4.3 out of 5 stars

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Format: Audio CD
What can I say...
They have some good one's but,their all lacking and if I give a
10 or something keep in mind it's compared to the other songs on this album.
Intro:Pointless...0/10
Come out Swinging:Actually something to brag about,amidst the crap.I'll give The Offspring something:They always have wicked ass openings.10/10
Original Prankster:Jesus Christ!Why doesen't this band understand that "Come out and Play" was a one time thing and each time they come out with another clone of the song that just sucks when compared to it and everything.0/10
Want you Bad:Pop Punk is something I don't really like but,uh,
this ain't bad even for this album.7/10
Million Miles Away:Pretty damn good...9/10
Dammit I changed again:At first this song sounds good with it's dark yet catchy tone but then you realise,what the hell is he
talking about in this song.6/10
Living in Chaos:This is The Offsprings try at funk or something
and it really pisses me off to hear this song.0/10
Special Delivery:Good bass line but accomponied with Hollands
whiny lyrics in this song then with stupid "OOOGA CHACKA"'s makes this one of the worst.1/10
One Fine Day:Actualy a brake from the mediocraty that plagued the past few songs but then you realise that this a clone of
Walla Walla,a crapy song from Americana.4/10
All Along:I barely realise this song even comes on.It's there than,it goes.5/10
Denial, Revisited:What!?A good song!Didn't see that one coming.And the reason why it's good is because it's different.
HEAR THAT DEXTER?DIFFERENT!9/10
Vultures:Another song that's different but not in a good way.
Slow and boring,very boring but with good lyrics.
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I am not going to compare Conspiracy of One to other Offspring cd's in this review, just tell you about the actual cd.
1. Intro - It does it's purpose and isn't annoying like the Americana one. 7/10
2. Come Out Swinging - Fast, intense, good lyrics. Everything a song like this should be. Sets you up for the rest of the cd. No complaints. 10/10
3. Original Prankster - A joke song on the cd. Funny, some great lyrics, serves it's purpose. Isn't as good as it could be, but still a solid song. 9.5/10
4. Want You Bad - Brings you back to the music after the joke song. Not as fast as Come Out Swinging, but still a good song. Has good lyrics. 8/10
5. Million Miles Away - Cool beginning, good music, good lyrics. Medium speed, but lacking something. I think it might have kinda repetitive guitar. Still a good song - 9/10
6. Dammit I changed Again - Fast, hard, like Come Out Swinging kind of. Good lyrics, great music, overall perfect song. 10/10
7. Living in Chaos - Kind of similar to Original Prankster in it's own weird way. It's original, and it's good. 10/10
8. Special Delivery - I've heard a lot of mediocre things about this song, and it may not be the best, but it is still a good song with good lyrics. The music at the beginning is mediocre but the chorus is awesome sounding, hard but not too in depth. 8.5/10
9. One Fine Day - I don't see why this song has anything bad said about it. Sure, it's happy, it's not like most of the other songs on the cd. I think that just makes it better. It's my favorite song on the cd and I turn it on whenever I'm not in the best mood. GREAT lyrics, and good music. 11/10
10. All Along - Fast and hard, it's what it's meant to be. A song you listen to but don't really listen to the lyrics that much.
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Format: Audio CD
The Offspring are certainly what you call consistant. This is the third CD of theirs I would rate five stars to as like the other two (Smash, Ixnay on the hombre) is a triumph of punk/metal brilliance. There are thousands of brilliant, shoutalong riffs on this album, guarenteed to have you headbanging at every available opportunity. Come out swinging is hard riffing, punkish speed/metal track - a brilliant opener! Original Prankster is the best so far in their tradition of novelty singles(Come out and play, Pretty Fly, Why dont you get a job?), resulting in a thoroughly desreved top 10 placing. Other highlights are the magnificent sonic interventions and hard rocking riffage of songs like Special Delivery, Dammit, I changed again, COnspiracy of One and All Along. Also included, is some fresh experimentilisation with a slow rock ballad(Denial Revisited) and funk rock(Living in chaos). Also, If you are lucky enough to get the limited edition, there's a taster song from The Offspring's DVD, Hucket.
All rounded up, a brilliant comeback album, which gathers more and more fans every day to add to their metallic mania. Add to your collection now.
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While not as good as Smash,Conspiracy Of One it's one solid rock album that i can recomend to the fans.Here's what i think about it:
1.Intro-2/10-Nothing special,just a guess star from the Beach Boys talking in the microfone,pure fller,i liked the Smash intro better,oh well...
2.Come Out Swinging-10/10-This song it's awsome!Perfect,energetic,fast Offspring song with great guitar riffs and a chorus that is so good that send chills down my back.
3.Original prankster-10/10-I know,i know it sounds like Pretty Fly part 2,and true,it doesn't sound like the Offspring,but i like it,it's funny,catchy,and,in my opinion way better than Pretty Fly.
4.Want You Bad-10/10-Sounds more like Blink 182 than Offspring,but i still love it!This is a song where Noodles really shines in.
5.Million Miles Away-1000/10-BEST SONG ON THE CD WITHOUT A DOUBT!!!!!!HECK,IT'S AN OFFSPRING CLASSIC!!VOCALS:DEXTER SINGS AT IT'S BEST,LYRICS:PERFECT,GUITAR:RIVALS METALLICA,LED ZEPPELIN AND AC/DC(WELL,NOT QUITE,BUT IT'S STILL DAMN GOOD.)BUY THIS CD JUST FOR THIS SONG.
6.Dammit I Change Again-10/10-Another great song.Great guitar riffs from Noodles and nice vocals from Dexter.
7.Living In Chaos-5/10-Now this is where the album starts to lose it's power.This song sounds like a demo.It's dull,boring and uninteresting,shouldn't be on the cd at all,filler!
8.Special Delivery-6/10-Better than the song before it,but it's still below average.filler.
9.One Fine day-8/10-Ahhh,much better now,the album recovers again.Good song to listen to in a fine day.Overall,good.
10.All Along-4/10-Worst song on the cd,sonds like a bad parody of their Smash days,it just sucks!
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