Dom Ljuger - Under Threat - Discography 1994 - 2006

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This is a comprehensive discography of The Offspringa Southern California-based punk rock band. The band has released nine studio albumsfour extended plays EPtwo compilation albumsfive demosthree video albumsand over 30 singles. After Manic Subsidal changed its name to The Offspring in[1] drummer Ron Welty finally joined inthen the band recorded a demo a year later.

The Offspring signed a record deal with short-lived label Nemesis Recordsand released its first album, The Offspringin on vinyl only. That album would not be released on CD until Two years later, after the release Dom Ljuger - Under Threat - Discography 1994 - 2006 the Shes Rare - Paul Kelly - Wanted Man EP and another demo, the band signed to Epitaph Records a label owned by then-former and now-current Bad Religion guitarist Brett Gurewitzwho released the band's second album, Ignitionin In AprilThe Offspring released Smash.

At the time, Ignition had sold only 15, copies. Smash was a critically acclaimed album, also the band's most successful yet. The album was certified 6 times platinum and sold over eleven million worldwide. With sales continuing 25 years after its release, Smash has become Epitaph's best-selling album of all time and the highest-selling independent album of all time.

The year saw the release of The Offspring's major-label debut, Ixnay on the Hombre. Although not as successful as SmashIxnay sold over three million copies. In the following year, the band released its next album, Americanawhich debuted at number two of the U. Inthe band released its sixth album, Conspiracy of One. They intended to release the entire album online through the band's official website, to show support for downloading music on the Internet.

While working on a followup to Conspiracy of Onelongtime drummer Ron Welty left the band in early to concentrate on his new project Steady Ground. Soon after, the band released its next album, Splinterwhich spawned the band's second number one on Alternative Songs. Uncomfortable with the idea of finding an immediate replacement for Welty, The Offspring opted to have session musician Josh Freese record the drums for Splinterand later announced that Atom Willard would be the official replacement for Ron Welty.

The album's original title was to be Chinese Democrazya name used to mock the name of the long-delayed album by Guns N' Roses. As a result, Axl Rose filed a cease and desist order against The Offspring. However, the order was dropped when it was realized that the announcement of the album's Dirty Water - The Stain & Daniel Cleaver - Go Beyond Depth EP (File) came on April 1 April Fools' Day.

The year saw the release of the band's first compilation album, Greatest Hits. It contains 13 of the band's hits Dom Ljuger - Under Threat - Discography 1994 - 2006 Smash and Splinter and two previously unreleased songs: lead single "Can't Repeat" and a hidden track, "Next to You" originally by the Police.

The compilation does not contain any material from the first album or Ignition. In support of the Greatest Hits album, the band played the Vans Warped Tour for the first time, and a tour in Europe and Japan followed.

He was replaced by former Face to Face drummer Pete Parada. The band's eighth studio album, Rise and Fall, Rage and Gracewas released on June 17,but Parada did not record it due to contract issues. The band tapped Freese again to record the drum tracks.

The next album, Days Go Bywas released four years later; this time, the drum tracks were handled by both Freese and Parada, making this his first recording with the band.

After touring and playing festivals in support of the album and twenty years of Smashsingle " Coming for You " was released in and became the band's second Billboard Mainstream Rock number one.

To date, The Offspring has sold over 40 million albums worldwide. A-side [54]. B-side [54]. A-side [56]. Dom Ljuger - Under Threat - Discography 1994 - 2006 [56].

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