Smash (album)

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Smash
Studio album by The Offspring
Released April 8, 1994
Recorded October - December 1993 at Track Record in North Hollywood, California
Genre Punk rock, pop punk
Length 38:47
Label Epitaph records
Producer Thom Wilson
The Offspring chronology
Ignition
(1992)
Smash
(1994)
Ixnay on the Hombre
(1997)

Smash is one of The Offspring's most successful albums. It came out in 1994 under the label Epitaph Records. It contains their famous hit singles such as "Come Out and Play (Keep 'Em Separated)" and "Self Esteem". Smash is often credited as one of the best punk rock albums sold in the entire world, and is the best selling album ever made on an independent label.

The album is also one of the albums that started mainstream Pop punk music.

Occasionally on the album, there's a guy who comments on the music, but it is not revealed who.

Track listing[change | change source]

  1. "Time to Relax" - 0:25
  2. "Nitro (Youth Energy)" - 2:27
  3. "Bad Habit" - 3:43
  4. "Gotta Get Away" - 3:52
  5. "Genocide" - 3:33
  6. "Something to Believe In" - 3:17
  7. "Come Out and Play" - 3:17
  8. "Self Esteem" - 4:17
  9. "It'll Be a Long Time" - 2:43
  10. "Killboy Powerhead" (The Didjits) - 2:02
  11. "What Happened to You?" - 2:12
  12. "So Alone" - 1:17
  13. "Not the One" - 2:55
  14. "Smash" - 10:39

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