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About The Offspring
Prior to the 90’s, Punk Rock had taken on the role of social outcast and by design operated outside the confines of popular culture, often times ridiculing the unenlightened masses for their pointless existence.
Enter The Offspring and their 1994 epic Smash, whose array of infectious singles in “Gotta Get Away”, “Self Esteem”, and raucous “Come Out and Play”, not only helped legitimize the genre for mainstream audiences, but in some cases was also their first exposure to its defiant rallying cry.
The Offspring was formed by bass player Greg Kriesel and frontman Dexter Holland in 1984, shortly after both were denied entrance into a Social Distortion concert.
Holland and company have since released eight full-length studio albums and sold over 47 million units worldwide.
Influenced by: Bad Religion, Social Distortion, The Ramones, The Vandals