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Splinter Explicit Lyrics


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  • Audio CD (Dec 9 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Sony Music Canada
  • ASIN: B0000DIC87
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (148 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #25,761 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Neocon
2. The Noose
3. Long Way Home
4. Hit That
5. Race Against Myself
6. (Can't Get My) Head Around You
7. The Worst Hangover Ever
8. Never Gonna Find Me
9. Lightning Rod
10. Spare Me the Details
11. Da Hui
12. When You're in Prison


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Again the offspring came out this year and schooled the new pop punksters like good charrolet and simpel plan. Its a shame more peapol are buying simpel plan records than this. Anyways a must have for any offspring fan or someone who wants to here pop-punk done right(also check out the ramones).
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I have no idea why there are so many glowingly positive reviews here, but I'm going to give it an honest review that both the album and other Offspring fans deserve. Ignition and Smash were The Offspring's best albums because they were fresh and didn't have a forced feel to them. Ixnay was a very good album, but The Offspring lost their edge. Ixnay was the album where bits of their lame joking began to surface (Don't Pick It Up and Cool To Hate come to Mind, but at least they were catchy). Any album from Americana up to their latest Splinter is just a rehash to attempt to cash in on their previous successes, and it's not working. It's now clear as day that The Offspring are out of ideas. They've re-used similar song titles and entire themes from Americana up, and Splinter is no different. Spare Me has the same exact "she cheated on me" theme of Self-Esteem, yet with the latter's seriousness replaced with embarrassing Latin Lounge music. Plus, Brian Holland's singing is extremely irritating on Splinter. I know he can sing normally without his now-patented whininess because he sang I Wanna Be Sedated in Idle Hands perfectly. I'm upset I got this as a gift, because it's nowhere near the calibre of Ignition and Smash. Also, whomever says Splinter harkens back to their Ignition days is dead wrong and has never heard Ignition as far as I'm concerned. Songs like Da Hui, which unnecessarily use the word "f*ck" at least 25 times over a pisspoor guitar riff don't make it like anything they've done on Epitaph because they never did anything that thoughtless on that label. It worked on Bad Habit because it wasn't in every single line. Now, they're just beating a dead horse with songs like the ones they do now.Read more ›
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The Offspring are at the deepest trough in their whole career. Nothing turns right for them, and this new cd is only getting things worse.
When their drummer, Ron Welty, decided to run away from this wanning group, Dexter announced that super punk drummer Josh Freese was going to replace him. The truth is that he only played in the cd recording, got the money and ran away. Even their bass player has run away.
Their label, Nitro records, is nearing to and end. The only good groups they had in it (AFI, the Vandals, etc...)have desserted, and have been replaced by some really mediocre groups.
And now comes their new cd.....
Seeing the cover I was kind of excited. It looks like an introspective album (it really looks like a Dream Theater album cover) so I thougt they had done huge efforts in order to produce a good new album.
Niet. Their new album suks.
The opening track is a cheap copy of the one in AFI's sing the sorrow (first time I heard it I was actually laughing my head off). The second song starts AFI style (drumming, and guitar riffs) but when dexter's singing arrives, it switches to an Offspring song. All the other songs (except for a couple of exceptions) are either copied from Pennywise or from the Offspring (it's what we can call a continuity change)the riffs are the same as in old songs, the singing is the same and even the lyrics feel the same. It is actually a fun game (and a good Offspring test) to play finding out which previous song are they copying.
Now lets take a look at the exceptions. The main one (and the funnier) is the single song. It has a very ridiculous and funny wah,wah,wah,wahwah, in it. I could not stop laughing for 20 minutes. If you close your eyes while listening to it, it feels as if you where in the circus, surrounded by clowns.
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By "cddude820" on Dec 9 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is The Offspring's 7th CD. I hope they'll have some more because this CD is kick butt! The only problem.... 32 minutes and 4 seconds long..... Oh well Here We Go:
1. Neocon: Short song... pretty cool at the beginning. 7/10
2. The Noose: One of the best songs on the CD. GREAT guitar intro!!! 10/10
3. Long Way Home: Another great song! This one has a deep meaning to it. 10/10
4. Hit That: This is the first single off the album... you've probably heard it. Nice, up beat tune to it. 10/10
5. Race Against Myself: Another meaningful song. Great guitar riffs in the chorus! 10/10
6. (Can't Get My) Head Around You: This is a great song! I love the beginning of it! A little short though, just a little over 2 minutes. 10/10
7. The Worst Hangover Ever: A very funny song about a guy witha really bad hangover (Duh!). Kinda poppy for those who don't like pop, hopefully the comedy of the song will help you like it... 10/10
8. Never Gonna Find Me: Great song. I love how it merges with the next song! 10/10
9. Lightning Rod: Possibly my favorite song on this CD. The beginning merges with the end of Never Gonna Find Me (I always find merging songs together really cool). Definitely a great song. 10/10
10. Spare Me The Details: Just like The Worst Hangover ever, this is a very poppy song, but makes up for it with comedy. 9/10
11. Da Hui: This is the first song that I heard off of this album. It's a song about a group of Hawaiians called "Da Hui" who beat up and somethimes kill people who mess them up while surfing. 9/10
12. When You're In Prison: Weird song. It sounds like it was made in the 1930's, but the comedy in it is halarious! 8/10
So for any punk/Offspring Fan.... this is a great CD for you!
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