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Something To Believe In - Offspring* - Smash (Cassette, Album)

On 27.08.2019 by Dozragore With 1 Comments - DEFAULT


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    Tagor 02.09.2019
    "Come Out and Play" (sometimes subtitled "Keep 'Em Separated") is a song by the Californian punk rock group The Offspring. It is the seventh track on their third album Smash () and was released as the first single from that album. Written by frontman Dexter Holland, the song was the second single to be released by the band, after "I'll Be Waiting" ().
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    Kazrabei 05.09.2019
    This is the RARE OUT OF PRINT Smash CASSETTE TAPE from , on Epitaph Records, made in USA. (). B Smash. A7 Self Esteem. Tape: shell has minor wear, otherwise very good + condition. B2 Killboy Powerhead (Didjits cover).Seller Rating: % positive.
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    Arashilkis 29.08.2019
    Recorded and mixed at Track Record, North Hollywood. Additional recording at The Hook, North Hollywood. Mastered at Futuredisc. Track B6 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"/5(40).
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    Bramuro 04.09.2019
    Californian punk rock band The Offspring released a demo tape for their album Smash, a year prior to the release of the finished album, which went on to become the best-selling independent record of all demo tape remains unreleased to the public, but according to the Wikipedia page of the band's discography, it was released in on a cassette tape.
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    Meztijar 04.09.2019
    Oct 26,  · From the album Smash () Tuning: E standard (EADGBE) #TheOffspring #SomethingToBelieveIn #Smash.
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    Keshakar 28.08.2019
    The Offspring is a punk rock band formed in Huntington Beach, California, United States in Since its formation, the band's line-up had included Dexter Holland (lead vocals, guitar), Noodles (lead and rhythm guitars, back vocals), Greg K. (bass, back vocals), and Ron Welty (drums, percussion), who left .
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    Megami 05.09.2019
    With songs such as Come Out and Play, Something to Believe In, and It'll Be a Long Time, The Offspring's breakout album is an exceedingly fun album to listen to, whether you're jamming along with it or just to sit back and enjoy. Definitely pick this up if you haven't already. Recommended Tracks: Smash Come Out and Play Something to Believe In.
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    Kazirg 29.08.2019
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