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Why Dont You Get A Job? - The Offspring - Splinter In South America (CD)


2004
Label: Shout To The Top - STTT075 • Format: CD Unofficial Release • Country: Argentina • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk
Why Dont You Get A Job? - The Offspring - Splinter In South America (CD)

Posted: (3 days ago) "Why Don't You Get a Job?" is a song by American rock band the Offspring. The song is the 11th track on the Offspring's fifth studio album, Americana (), and was released as the second single from the album. The song also appears as .

Splinter is the seventh full length album released by The Offspring, originally released on Columbia Records in This was the first Offspring album not recorded with longtime Ron Welty, who left the band nine months before its d, the drum tracks were handled by Josh Freese, who would handle the same role on their next two albums, Rise and Fall, Rage and Grace and Days Go By.

This long out of print compact disc single, cover & case are all in pristine condition. THE OFFSPRING Why Don't You Get A Job 4 Track CD Single / Video Australia | eBay Skip to main content.

The Offspring toss processed percussion and wordless surf-ballad harmonies into their bag of hooks on "She's Got Issues," while "Pay the Man" is a three-part, eight-minute opus with a pronounced Middle Eastern vibe. With steel drum and sleigh bells, "Why Don't You Get a Job?".

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  1. "Why Don't You Get a Job?" is a song by American rock band the Offspring. The song is the 11th track on the Offspring's fifth studio album, Americana (), and was released as the second single from the album. The song also appears as the eighth track on the band's Greatest Hits album (). The single peaked within the top 10 of the charts in several countries, including reaching number Genre: Pop punk, ska punk, alternative rock.

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  3.  · 'Spare Me The Details' is a track similar to the Offspring stalwart, 'Why Don't You Get A Job'. Acoustic, cheesy but honest, this track even features a spectacular 3 note piano accompaniment that made me check the liner notes for mentions of Andrew W.K. Imagine if someone bought Simon and Garfunkel some distortion pedals and a few shots, and 6/

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