Well, it ain't all that much to review. "Want You Bad" is a good song, but I didn't get the CD for the single, 'cause I have "Conspiracy of One". I wanted to hear the other songs that came with it. "80 Times" is a good song, I think it refers to getting doped up a few too many times. I like the music, even has a little Middle Eastern riff, the kind that made them famous. The lyrics are a little wanting; they repeat the same verse both times. Oh well, they didn't write the song. "All I Want" live is nice, it's a little slower than the one on Ixnay, but still a good song. Also they played it a half-step lower on the guitar. "Autonomy" is my favorite song. I don't know why, there are like 4 verses in the whole song. But I like the main riff, and I like the musical part from around the middle to the end. All in all, this isn't a must-have. But it's got some music that Offspring uses from other artists. I swear, the Offspring are a punk band, but they can play anybody else's music just as well. They can play grunge ("Vultures"), pop ("Pretty Fly", "Original Prankster"), and punk-pop, like "Want You Bad" and "Million Miles Away".