As Several Of Their Former Labelmates

The Offspring
The Offspring
The Offspring The Offspring are credited with leading the charge of punk-influenced music into the mainstream during the mid-'90s. Their 1994 album Smash, along with Green Day's Dookie, and others, established a now-thriving pop/punk genre, to the chagrin of punk purists. Formed in 1984 by singer/guitarist Dexter Holland and bassist Greg K, the band went by the name Manic Subsidal at first. Holland and Greg K were joined by fellow Orange County scenesters Noodles Wasserman on guitar and Ron Welt