Come Out and Play

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"Come Out and Play"
Single by The Offspring
from the album Smash
B-side "Session"
Released 1994
Format Vinyl and CD
Recorded 1994
Genre Punk rock
Length 3:17
Label Epitaph
Songwriter(s) Dexter Holland
Producer(s) Thom Wilson
The Offspring singles chronology
"I'll Be Waiting/Blackball"
(1986)
"Come Out and Play"
(1994)
"Self Esteem"
(1994)

"I'll Be Waiting/Blackball"
(1986)
"Come Out and Play (Keep 'Em Separated)"
(1994)
"Self Esteem"
(1994)

"Come Out and Play" (or "Come Out and Play (Keep 'Em Separated)") is a song by the Californian punk rock group The Offspring. It was released as the first single from the album Smash (1994). It was also the first major single to be released by the band. It is considered to be their breakthrough song, as it received widespread radio play,[1][2] and reached number one on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart.

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