Ixnay on the Hombre
The album came out
February 4, 1996, was recorded in L.A., and was produced by Dave Jerden.
- Disclaimer - featuring Jello Biafra (former lead singer of the Dead
- The Meaning of Life
- Me & My Old Lady
- Cool to Hate
- Leave it Behind
- Gone Away
- I Choose
- All I Want
- Way Down the Line
- Don't Pick it Up
- Change the World.
- Dexter says "Ixnay on the Hombre" means "f*** authority" or "f*** the
- "Ixnay" is pig-latin for "nix"
- "Hombre" means "man" in Spanish.
- So, "Nix on the Man"? Maybe don't talk about man? Anyone got any
- Just wondering, why the ending of the one-word titles? I mean,
The Offspring (ok, two words), Ignition,
Smash, Ixnay on the Hombre - pick the one
that doesn't fit the pattern - hard one there :)
- If you aren't sick of my analyzation yet, maybe the non-english title
is so it's not as obvious to the non-dedicated listeners? I feel like
I'm analyzing a book for school - only this is much more interesting ;)
Bits of info:
- Noodles calls it "Great, hard, fast, pumping, punk tunes
as well as a couple of different suprises thrown in, it is definitely an
- Noodles also describes the sound as: "...you know, like the Offspring."
- Rumors are that this is the only Offspring album Dexter's mom likes.
(Don't know if that's good or bad)
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Last modified May 3, 1997
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