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Days Go By

by The Offspring

Days Go By by The Offspring

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Days Go By

by The Offspring

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Label: Columbia
Now in their fourth decade, The Offspring have never been big on tinkering with their style. This means they’re more or less stuck in the SoCal-punk-meets-arena-rock thing they helped define in the ‘90s. This really doesn’t matter, so long as the group keeps churning out catchy tunes, which they do -- in spades. Not surprisingly, the record’s best moments, among them “Secrets From the Underground and “The Future Is Now,” are amped-up examinations of integrity, angst and restlessness. Another keeper is “Dividing by Zero,” which features a Zeppelin-on-amphetamines shuffle and killer wah-wah.

About This Album

Now in their fourth decade, The Offspring have never been big on tinkering with their style. This means they’re more or less stuck in the SoCal-punk-meets-arena-rock thing they helped define in the ‘90s. This really doesn’t matter, so long as the group keeps churning out catchy tunes, which they do -- in spades. Not surprisingly, the record’s best moments, among them “Secrets From the Underground and “The Future Is Now,” are amped-up examinations of integrity, angst and restlessness. Another keeper is “Dividing by Zero,” which features a Zeppelin-on-amphetamines shuffle and killer wah-wah.

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About This Album

Now in their fourth decade, The Offspring have never been big on tinkering with their style. This means they’re more or less stuck in the SoCal-punk-meets-arena-rock thing they helped define in the ‘90s. This really doesn’t matter, so long as the group keeps churning out catchy tunes, which they do -- in spades. Not surprisingly, the record’s best moments, among them “Secrets From the Underground and “The Future Is Now,” are amped-up examinations of integrity, angst and restlessness. Another keeper is “Dividing by Zero,” which features a Zeppelin-on-amphetamines shuffle and killer wah-wah.