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THE OFFSPRING frontman on the making of “Smash”

THE OFFSPRING frontman Dexter Holland recently explained to Australia’s Herald Sun how they made “Smash”, their 1994 multi-platinum record that featured their biggest hits “Come Out and Play” and “Self Esteem”.

On the songwriting process of “Smash”, Holland recalls:

We were very excited about the songs it felt like we were becoming a better band. When I was trying to write the songs for Smash I was driving a really old, beat-up pick-up truck and it was so old and dilapidated that the radio didn’t work but because it didn’t work it gave me time to drive around and think about the songs.

Photo by Paul M Reynolds Photography.

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