Offspring* ‎– Smash

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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
Vocals [Extra] – Jason "Blackball" McLean
3:17
8 Self Esteem 4:17
9 It'll Be A Long Time 2:43
10 Killboy Powerhead
Written-By – The Didjits*
2:02
11 What Happened To You? 2:12
12 So Alone 1:17
13 Not The One 2:54
14.1 Smash 2:53
14.2 Untitled 1:15
14.3 Untitled 5:00
14.4 Untitled 1:32

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Track 14 (10 mins, 40 secs) consists of 4 parts; first is the listed track "Smash", followed by an afterword by the album's narrator and an 'Acoustic Jam'-version of "Come Out And Play". This is followed by five full minutes of silence before reaching the hidden bonus track, which is a simple guitar/drum riff taken from "Baghdad" (original title of the track "Tehran", which featured on their self-titled debut album).

Recorded and mixed at Track Record, North Hollywood
Additional recording at The Hook, North Hollywood
Mastered at Futuredisc

All songs published by Gamete Music BMI and administered for the world by Westbeach Music BMI 1994, except "Killboy Powerhead", published by Touch and Go Records

© & ℗ 1994 Epitaph
Printed in Canada

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 4577-86432-2 6
  • Barcode (Scanned): 045778643226
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): 129737-D1-4324-2 DISCTRONICS USA **86432-2**
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): 129737-D3-5098-1 DISCTRONICS USA *86432-2*

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
86432-1 Offspring* Smash(LP, Album) Epitaph 86432-1 US 1994 Sell This Version
1-3025 main Offspring* Smash(Cass, Album) Epitaph, Main Records S.A. 1-3025 main Argentina 1995 Sell This Version
86432-2 Offspring* Smash(CD, Album, RE) Epitaph 86432-2 Australia Unknown Sell This Version
86432-2 Offspring* Smash(CD, Album) Epitaph 86432-2 USA & Canada 1994 Sell This Version
none Offspring* Smash(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label none Russia 1997 Sell This Version

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Irreversible90

Irreversible90

September 9, 2012
Great 90's album from the Offspring. Has great songs Like "self esteem" and "gotta get away". My personal favorite is "genocide". This album never gets old.
bull85

bull85

May 16, 2012
Track 14 (10 mins, 40 secs) consists of 4 parts; first is the listed track "Smash", followed by an afterword by the album's narrator and an 'Acoustic Jam'-version of "Come Out And Play". This is followed by five full minutes of silence before reaching the hidden bonus track, which is a simple guitar/drum riff taken from "Baghdad" (original title of the track "Tehran", which featured on their self-titled debut album)

Nope. After the listed track goes the afterword, that's right; after that goes a drum with guitar play as in track 5 "Genocide", and then, after 5 minutes of silence, - 'Acoustic Jam'-version of "Come Out And Play" as a hidden track, which only appears on CD and not on vinyl. However, on vinyl there is the afterword and that Genocide No. 2 (or "Baghdad"); from this I understand that those are parts of the main track and only the acoustic jam "come out and play" is a bonus.
MiXCHure

MiXCHure

August 12, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

You want true punk? This is it. Aggressive, fast, and annoying at times, this CD shows what The Offspring sounded like before they opted for a softer sound in the late 90s. The lyrics loudly tackle political subjects in that stereotypical punk-rock way. It's not the best punk CD ever made, but it is sort of catchy. So if you want to listen to stereotypical "real punk," then listen to this. If you want stereotypical "pop-punk," then listen to Offspring's newer stuff. Either way, you're not going to get anything too original.