Sign The Offspring to Fat Wreck Chords
  • Petitioned Fat Mike of NOFX

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Sign The Offspring to Fat Wreck Chords

    1. Petition by

      Anthony Hudson

      Amanda, OH

The Offspring recently left Columbia Records, which had been their label since 1996, and some fans have been questioning who will release the band's next album. Even though the band has considered releasing new material independently, it looks like Dexter Holland's label Nitro Records has become obsolete, with no new artists, no new recordings, nothing. If they want to release new material independently, they should join Fat Wreck Chords. The label's founder Fat Mike and his bandmates in NOFX have been friends with The Offspring for over 20 years, toured together and seem to getting along very well. Singing The Offspring to Fat Wreck would be a remarkable transition the punk scene of today.

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    • Joel Casey AUSTRALIA
      • 9 months ago

      Because the offspring could release one of their most inspired works to date if they were to get involved with what's going on and who's around.

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    • Richard Frith ST LEONARDS ON SEA, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 9 months ago

      Because they used to be rad, and they could be rad again!

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    • Robert Reichert OSWEGO, IL
      • about 1 year ago

      I love both bands and this would be awesome.

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    • Patrick Regan OAK LAWN, IL
      • about 1 year ago

      I want the Offspring to make more albums like Smash and Ignition.

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    • Jim Timothy FOONTANA, CA
      • about 1 year ago

      Guys this is never gonna happen offsprig sucks now they now they wont make any money with Fat Wreck

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