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The Offspring [Reissue]

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The Offspring 6/26/2001

Review

The Offspring's self-titled debut album is a rawer, harder-edged collection than their breakthrough set, Smash, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's a better record. Although it makes a more convincing argument for the band's punk credibility -- the record lacks the metal guitar crunch that dominated Smash -- The Offspring doesn't have any songs driven by hooks as catchy as "Keep 'Em Separated" or "Self Esteem," nor does it have the consistency of Smash. A handful of tracks make a lasting impression, but most of The Offspring is notable for its surface style, not its substance. [This album was reissued in 2001 minus the last track, "Kill the President."] ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Jennifer Lost the War The Offspring 2:33
  3. 2 Elders The Offspring 2:9
  4. 3 Out on Patrol The Offspring 2:31
  5. 4 Crossroads The Offspring 2:45
  6. 5 Demons The Offspring 3:8
  7. 6 Beheaded The Offspring 2:36
  8. 7 Tehran The Offspring 3:6
  9. 8 A Thousand Days The Offspring 2:9
  10. 9 Black Ball The Offspring 3:23
  11. 10 I'll Be Waiting The Offspring 3:10

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