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- Dexter Holland: The Offspring’s vocalist. He brings a plaintive urgency and sense of sarcasm to lyrics about personal relationships and politics. Fun fact—Dexter is also a molecular biology graduate student and certified flight instructor.
- Noodles: Blisters ears with his lead-guitar work. Fun fact—his name isn’t actually Noodles; he earned that nickname for how often he “noodles” on the guitar.
- Greg K: The bassist and backing vocalist who keeps heads banging. Fun fact—along with Dexter, Greg co-founded The Offspring in 1984 (although the band was called Manic Subsidal then)
- Their Breakout Album: Smash, which set a record for selling 4 million copies on an independent label and launched the hits “Self Esteem,” “Come Out and Play,” and “Gotta Get Away”
- Sailing into the Mainstream: Ixnay on the Hombre and Americana, the mainstream followups to Smash, earned platinum and multi-platinum success, respectively
- The Other Hits You’ve Heard: “Why Don’t You Get a Job?,” “Pretty Fly (for a White Guy),” and “You’re Gonna Go Far, Kid”
- Where You’ve Heard Them: Besides in their albums, on the radio, and through the ear trumpet you have pressed to their studio wall, on soundtracks to movies such as Me, Myself & Irene, Batman Forever, and Varsity Blues
- Their Latest: 2012’s Days Go By, and in an interview with KROQ, Noodles said he expects a new album to drop in 2016