First of all bloody excellent CD, The best start to any of their CD's with the only 2005 song on the CD, "Can't Repeat". Besides Self Esteem, The Offspring should be most proud of this track. It has a nice intro, the trademark yelling of Dexter Holland, a sick-arsed basic riff and a good message in there.
People always refer to The Offspring as Punk, but in my eyes The Offspring is something different. They are in a different genre than anything else to me, and although my favourite genre is a totally different one I sincerely enjoy listening to The Offsprings Masterpieces.
Unfortunately "Can't Repeat" is the only new track, (none from an upcoming album), so we can only hope that the song isn't one that The Offspring are going to leave the music industry with. Their music is still the same (and bloody thank god) but on their new film clip it seems they're getting old. It'll be a shame if it is their last single that we'll hear.
This is the only review that I've ever written and may just be the last.
In conc. the CD has a slow meaningful start, and then shows what The Offspring are capable of. Its worth your money. (except they left out "staring at the sun" and "dammit I changed again." grrr.