The Offspring

By David Downs

 

Alongside bands like Green Day and Rancid, Southern California punk band The Offspring helped launched a massive wave of mainstream pop punk in the 1990s. All three of those bands became towering figures of the independent music scene and would go platinum. The Offspring’s independently released 1989 debut album, The Offspring (1989 Nemesis/Cargo), did little to indicate the success of future singles like “Come Out and Play (Keep ‘Em Separated),” “Self Esteem,” “Pretty Fly (for a White Guy),” and “Why Don’t You Get... Read More

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