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1 di 1 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione Di Buong il 25 gennaio 2014
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Questo album degli Offspring ha un suo valore storico, in quanto si pone tra il successo di nicchia di "Smash" (precedente) a quello di massa di "Americana" (successivo). Nello specifico questo album comprime in 42 minuti tutti gli ingredienti nati nel disco precedente ed elaborati in quello successivo per un mix esplosivo che non rinuncia alla violenza sonora del punk (un pò messa da parte poi in "Americana").
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Di Ianmorpheus il 22 febbraio 2015
Formato: Audio CD
Disco importante per chi si voglia addentrare nel hardcore punk melodico, è giunto in Italia nel '97 quando ancora gli offspring non erano famosi come lo sono stati come con Americana di cui le canzoni vengono passate in radio, qua si tratta di puro Hardcore americano lo consiglio.
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Smash is the best? Get outta here.... 26 maggio 2000
Di Jesse - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD
So The Offspring, in 1997, tryed to improve on their 8 million-selling 1994 effort, Smash. People say Ixnay On The Hombre couldn't live up to Smash.
They were dead wrong. Ixnay On The Hombre is the best CD by The Offspring, and I think it's because there's more variety. Don't get me wrong, Smash is another great 5-star CD (And I don't give those easily) but Ixnay's better. You never hear the same thing.
Disclaimer: Guy whose voice sounds like it belongs in Monty Python explaining how offensive the record is. Funny too.
The Meaning of Life: Pure punk. The kind of stuff you find on their self-titled album.
Mota: The kind of spin-off punk that make The Offspring so damn good. Shows the life of the junkie.
Me & My Old Lady: Like "Pay The Man" in some respects, filled with the cynicism The Offspring is known for.
Cool To Hate: There are people like this out there, and Dexter Holland gives us a 100% accurate impression of what they're like. (I know, people. Believe me, I know)
Leave It Behind: Ugh. This song is like the blemish on the face of Heather Graham.
Gone Away: Offspring songs with pain cannot match any other. This is one of the best examples.
I Choose: I can't think of another Offspring song that makes you clap your hands. Imagine Blink 182 at a Moderato tempo and this is it. Not that bad, either.
Intermission: You have to wonder this person's doing at "Intermission." Taking a leak? Injecting? We'll never know.
All I Want: Short and sweet. Fast and raging, this song is over before you know it and gives you the feeling you get when you hear Limp Bizkit's "Break Stuff."
Way Down The Line: The Offspring's 3rd best song. (I believe the other two are Smash and The Kids Aren't Alright) Will we end up like our parents? As much as we hate the thought, we probably will.....
Don't Pick It Up: Like "What Happened To You?" on Smash. Thinking of dabbling in a little ska, are we Dexter?
Amazed: The Offspring's best slow song. This one triggers really sad emotions that can only be matched by No Doubt's "Don't Speak."
Change The World: A great intro on this song. Ultra-Offspring cynicism on this one. (Wait for a hidden line at the end of the CD)
So, if you've listened to ANY type of punk at all and liked it, or if you've heard ANYTHING by The Offspring at all and liked it (Except "Why Don't You Get A Job?") buy this. If you like No Doubt, Korn, pre-14:59 Sugar Ray, or Smash Mouth's "Fush Yu Mang" you will LOVE this and you must buy it immeadiately.
I've only given 5-stars to two other albums, by the way. This one really earned it.
7 di 7 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
The best offspring album- by far!!! 5 luglio 2003
Di Un cliente - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD
1st of all, anyone who says this is a bad album, a disapointing album, that it could've been better or any other related nonsense can stick it up their arse. This is a masterpiece. I picked it up about 6 months ago (to be honest the reason was because I liked the cover). As soon as I got back to my Dad's house, I put the CD on and the 1st thing that came to my mind was "it's got some cool songs but it's not as good as smash"...how wrong I was. A few weeks later I decided to listen to it again, as if to give it a 2nd chance. I was blown away, I realized that this was a masterpiece, and the offspring's best album (smash now comes in at 2nd, conspiracy of 1 is 3rd, Americana is 4th, Ignition is only just beaten to 4th- coming in at 5th, and the debut comes in at 6th, sorry guys but the lyrics are pretty stupid, beheaded maked me laugh though).
Anyway, now onto the content:
1-disclaimer: A perfect introduction, which is hylarious upon 1st listen, and still make me chuckle. It's not a proper song but I'll give it 9/10
2-the meaning of life: great song to sing along to, and the lyrics are funny yet serious and meaningful all at once, the guitar riffs in this are pretty cool too. 9/10
3-mota: a song about drug abuse (not a good topic) but I can't deny that it's a good song. It opens up with a marching drum beat, and is then joined by guitars after the band proclaim "MOTA!" 8/10
4-me and my old lady: I'd have to say that this is probably my least favourite song, but that doesn't nessisarily mean it sucks, it's still a good song. It's rather experimental, and it's not something I'd expect to hear from the offspring. 8/10
5-cool to hate: my favourite song on the album, about hating everyone and everything (again, not a nice topic, but that song kicks arse). 10/10
6-leave it behind: about holding a grudge, really cool song, and I like the tempo transitions. 10/10
7-gone away: this is an amazing song, but it's also slightly depressing, you can really feel the pain when listening to this song. 10/10
8-I choose: This is the kinda song that you can listen to and just feel good, funny lyrics and cool guitars. 10/10
9-intermission: OK, I said me and my old lady was my least favourite song, but this is worse, it's kinda funny the 1st time, but it's really just filler. 5/10
10-All I want: another classic, fast paced and energetic, that's all I need to say. 10/10
11-way down the line: great song about growing up and become exact replicas of your parents. 10/10
12-don't pick it up: short, funny song about not taking chances with risky things. 9/10
13-amazed: I'm not really sure how to describe this song, but it's slightly slow, with a sad presence. 10/10
14-change the world: cool song that's bassically about selfish liars. 10/10
overall: 129/140
I'd recomend this to anyone who likes the offspring. And if you're going out to buy your 1st offspring album, this should be the one. I'd also recomend this to any punk fans, and anyone who likes fast paced music,as well as rock fans and even metal and alternative fans.
P.S: I am not a huge punk fan, but the offspring are one of the best punk bands, no, one of the best bands, out there.
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7 di 7 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
Am I in heaven? 16 novembre 2000
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When I'm listening to this perfect album I sure am. A while ago, I thought Smash was the best Offspring CD. Boy was I wrong! This album is a heck of alot better than Smash. It shows raw power and talent, meaningful lyrics in a world where good lyrics are hard to find, and the Offspring have a style all their own. Not too poppy as with, say Blink 182, or not too hardcore, for example Pennywise. This album contains may of their hits, such as "All I Want" and "Gone Away", both of which are AMAZING songs. But to tell you the truth, every song is good. The stand-outs on this album are "The Meaning Of Life", a raw, blazingly fast punk song, "Gone Away", one of the most powerful songs since Pearl Jam's "Black", "Way Down The Line", a great song that asks the question, will we end up like our parents?, and "Cool To Hate", a funny song about somebody who hates EVERYTHING from jocks to Doc Martens. The only sub-par cut on this record is "Don't Pick It Up", a ska-ish song minus the brass section. It just doesn't fit in with the whole feeling of the album. If you are a newer Offspring fan, and have picked up Conspiracy Of One, you will find that this album VERY closely resembles it. The only thing is, nothing matches this album. Perfection. Pure perfection. Do yourself a favor; grab a few dollars and go pick up this totally under-rated gem. Y ou will not be dissapointed
5 di 5 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
Pop punk while keeping the strength 25 aprile 2001
Di Melkor - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD
Face it, Offspring isn't exactly Bad Religion, Black Flag, or Dead Kennedys. But with this album beginning with a PSA by Jello Biafra (DK), you know that they must have something special going on. This is my favorite Offspring CD, and I really think it is a cut above their other albums. They take the songs here a bit more seriously, lyrically; balanced with a wonderful musical intensity that surpasses "Smash", and wasn't quite matched in "Americana".
The highlight of the CD for me was "Gone Away", a song about loss. This song is one of the most personal and powerful songs ever written. I saw them perform it live at the Benefit for Dennis Dennal (of Social Distortion), and saw several people in the crowd whipping the tears from their eyes. The CD is worth it for this song alone... in fact, that song is why I bought the CD. To my pleasure, not only was the rest of the CD not a disappointment, but it surpassed all expectation.
I am really bothered by the weakness of music lately, and it's nice to have Offspring around. Though I am a lover of the harder/political punk, it's nice to see a band that doesn't need to have an issue 100% of the time. The Offspring are having fun. Yet, in that fun the "punk rock social consciousness" message still gets through in a subtle way...once you dig deeper, past the radio hits. This applies to all of their CDs. Though Offspring is a lighter punk band, they aren't weak (a weak band is Blink182...which I can't believe are even allowed to pretend that they're punk...more like Backstreet Boys meet Weezer, but I digress...).
If you like this CD, may I please recommend that for your next step into the punk world, try "Stranger than Fiction" and "Generator" by Bad Religion. If you like those, then "Get Some, Go Again" and "Life Time" by the Rollins Band. Once you have these CD's you'll know where to go from there. ("Fruits and Veggies" by Dead Kennedys and "Damaged" by Black Flag)
5 di 5 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
Offspring rules . . . . what more is there to say? 23 agosto 1999
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Formato: Audio CD
This is really the best of Offspring. It's too bad that it didn't get as much recognition as Smash, because it is just as good if not better. One of the really interesting things about Ixnay is how it compares to Americana. You can pair up songs from the two albums based on musical style. For example, "Me and My Old Lady" has a lot of similarities to Americana's "Pay the Man". "Leave it Behind" has the same feel to it as "No Brakes". "Cool to Hate" compares well to "Staring at the Sun". However, Ixnay also has some of Offspring's most unique songs ever. "Amazed" is a somewhat slower song, but unlike regular slow-ish songs, "Amazed" has tremendous power and strength both in the drums and in Dexter's voice, especially on the chorus. "Don't Pick it Up" has more of a ska feel to it that can't be found in any other Offspring songs. Anyway, if you are a fan of The Offspring, this cd is cool to compare to their other stuff. If you are just a punk fan looking for an addition to your collection, this is a good representation of The Offspring's best work ever.

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