|New Offspring album stream|
2012-06-19 by Raul Stanciu CONTRIBUTOR | 26 Replies | 2319 Views
The Offspring's upcoming album, Days Go By, scheduled to be released next Tuesday, June 26, is available for streaming on Rolling Stone's official website. There's also an interview with the band featured in the article and a brief description of the tracks.
Stream here - http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/album-premiere-the-offspring-stretch-out-on-days-go-by-20120619
Digging: Barrow - Though I'm Alone
BUMPIN IN MY TRUNK UH HUH!
Digging: Waxahatchee - American Weekend
Quick, someone. What's the best song on this? I'm willing to give them a chance and listen to one song.
Digging: RVIVR - The Beauty Between
Hahaha, no. Even the other single was better.
Does this suck?
go in with apathy.
if you think of the album as merely an allegory for the cruel march of time, it's probably pretty excellent.
So its bad?
94% of the lyrics directly involve southern california
Man, you guys are useless. Started listening for myself and "Secrets from the Underground" rocks pretty hard. Don't feel like listening to the rest though. Maybe another day.
I'm from there so I hear about it everyday.
Most of the album is good. I'll even get a copy of it to put along the other Offspring cds I have.
Usually they have cool artwork for each song in the booklet.
Digging: Lights Out Asia - Hy-Brasil
Wow. The album does not suck. I'm so pleasantly surprised. Most of the album is good.
The album does not suck. I'm so pleasantly surprised.
I was not expecting any remotely decent music, glad to see some.
The first track sounds identical to pretty much any Rise Against song. Especially Savior. The album
isn't as bad as I thought it would be though.
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The first track sounds identical to pretty much any Rise Against song.
'Turning Into You' sounds like Ready to Fall by Rise Against too....
the singles really sell this album short.
I've always felt that Rise Against and The Offspring shared a similar sound anyways, so that's not too far of a stretch.
This is a very solid album. Even Crusing California fits in well and happy it's the only song not taken seriously. Will definately be as underrated as Splinter.
"the singles really sell this album short."
Totally! They should've released The Future Is Now and Secrets From The Underground as first singles.
Nah Splinter was so much better!