Ixnay On the Hombre

by The Offspring

(1997) Columbia

Personnel Dexter Holland - Vocals/Guitar, Noodles -Guitar, Vocals; Greg K. - Bass; Ron Welty -Drums
URL http://www.offspring.com
Description In my opinion, best of Artist and Genre. Filled with sarcasm, satire and sick punk humor. A great recording from a great band.
Posted By Steve Black (77)
Directory Recordings: Rock/Pop
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Overall Rating: 4.7 (of 5)
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On 9/19/2001, Inactive Member posted:
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This is a great, fun, and muscially complex (!) CD. You'll have to listen to it to get that last point. Me & My Old Lady is great, Don't Pick it Up is a funny ska song, The Meaning of Life and MOTA are fast punk cruisers, Cool to Hate and All I Want are great anthems that could have been on Smash, I Choose sounds like a great outtake from Soundsystem by 311, and Amazed and Gone Away are both cool haunting punk ballads. Disclaimer and Intermission are hilarious funny tracks. A very well rounded CD that makes me happy.
On 5/10/2000, KJ Leichman (1446) posted:
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Their first hit album, Smash, was a tough act to follow, but Offpsring gave its fans more of what they wanted to hear with this one. The pace is blistering and the lyrics are poweful/funny/sarcastic (depending on the song). A good choice for Offspring fans.
On 5/7/2000, Steve Black (77) posted:
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Best of Genre. Best of Artist. I may be a little biased, since I love power chords, but this is a very intelligent, witty album that most people can relate to. Deals with issues from censorship in the "Disclaimer" to hypocracy in "Change the World". "Cool to Hate", the sarcastic "hate everyone" anthem brings humor, and "Meaning of Life" is the punk ballad for independence.