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|1. Can't Repeat|
|2. Come Out And Play (Keep 'Em Separated)|
|3. Self Esteem|
|4. Gotta Get Away|
|5. All I Want|
|6. Gone Away|
|7. Pretty Fly (For A White Guy)|
|8. Why Don't You Get A Job?|
|9. The Kids Aren't Alright|
|10. Original Prankster|
|11. Want You Bad|
|12. Defy You|
|13. Hit That|
|14. (Can't Get My) Head Around You|
The Offspring Greatest Hits album is truly that an amazing collection of hit songs, from their Epitaph Records tracks 'Come Out And Play (Keep 'Em Separated)' and 'Self Esteem' through 'Hit That' and '(Can't Get My) Head Around You'. This album even includes a brand new track recorded this year, 'Can't Repeat', which will be blasting out of radios all over the country by the time you read this. Coinciding with the band's upcoming headlining of this summer's Warped Tour, this album is a must-have for anyone who sees, has seen, or will ever see this awesome band. Also includes a hidden bonus track, 'Next to You' which follows a few seconds after the 14th track, '(Can't Get My) Head Around You'. Columbia. 2005.
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1) Self Esteem: This is a very edgy and highly charged song that is from their 1994 Smash Album, and it appears to be about someone who is conflicted about confronting their partner about how they really feel , but their self-esteem coupled with the feelings for their partner compel them to stay.
2)Gone Away: This song is from their 1997 Ixnay on the Hombre compilation. "Gone Away" appears to be about a person coming to terms with the ending and/or loss of someone that they cared very much about.
3) "I Want You Bad": This musical track is from their 2000 compilation titled "Conspiracy of One". "I Want You Bad" appears to be about someone admitting their attraction to another person, and directly describing some of the ways that they want them.
There are other well-known classics in this compilation as well such as "Gotta Get Away", "Pretty Fly For a White Guy", and "Come Out and Play". I strong endorse this greatest hits musical compilation by The Offspring for those who really like listening to 90's rock music.
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.
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Why don't these bands take a step back, look at Metallica for a minute & follow their footsteps. A greatest Hits album after a couple of years. Read morePublished on Nov. 9 2006 by FreeFall