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The Offspring – Why Don’t You Get A Job? (1998) CD Album

Band: The Offspring

Album: Why Don't You Get A Job?

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Music Genre: Punk Electronic Rock Pop Ska

Label: Columbia

Release Country: Australia

Record Type: 4 Tracks CD Album

American rock band from Garden Grove, California, formed in 1984.

Originally calling themselves Manic Subsidal, they began performing in 1984, composed of Bryan Holland (vocals, guitar), Greg Kriesel (bass, vocals) and James Frederick Lilja (drums).

James Lilja left the band in 1987 and former Clowns of Death guitarist Kevin Wasserman and Ron Welty joined and they changed their name to The Offspring.

In 2003 Ron Welty left the band, leaving them without a drummer for about half the year (and forcing them to use a session drummer, Josh Freese, for their Splinter album) before Atom Willard joined the group toward the end of 2003.

Willard left the band in 2007 and was replaced by former Face To Face drummer Pete Parada. Josh Freese was, again, hired to record the drum tracks for the Rise and Fall, Rage and Grace album.

Bryan "Dexter" Holland : Vocals, guitar
Kevin "Noodles" Wasserman : Guitar, vocals
Todd Morse: Bass
Pete Parada : Drums
Gregory "Greg K" Kriesel : Bass, vocals (1984–2018)
Ron Welty : Drums, vocals (1987-2003)
Adam "Atom" Willard: Drums (2003-2007)

4 Tracks
1 Why Don't You Get A Job?2:50
2 Pretty Fly (For A White Guy) (Lowriders Remix)3:04
3 Beheaded2:39
Video Pretty Fly (For A White Guy) (Video)3:13

Recorded and Mixed at Eldorado Recording Studio Burbank, CA. Mastered at Oasis Mastering, Studio City, CA

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