Rocksmith 2014 DLC 2/2/2016 – The Offspring II

Greetings Rocksmith fans!

As discussed last week, this week’s DLC is a five pack from returning Huntington Beach Punk Rockers, The @Offspring!

Featured in this pack is a total neglect of their first three albums but nevertheless a good selection of their more popular songs such as All I Want (Ixnay On The Hombre – 1997) Pretty Fly (For a White Guy) The Kids Aren’t Alright (Americana – 1998), Want You Bad (Conspiracy of One – 2000), and finally You’re Gonna Go Far Kid (Rise and Fall, Rage and Grace – 2008).

Maybe Offspring III can have some deeper cuts? Oh well, it’s all in E Standard and it’s all fun!

The Offspring II Song Pack – $11.99 / Steam


 

Are you excited about this second pack from The @Offspring or do you think Ubisoft has a Bad Habit of leaning too much on singles? Let us know!

20 thoughts on “Rocksmith 2014 DLC 2/2/2016 – The Offspring II

  1. I love Offspring. What would have been better honestly? I apologize I guess because aside from 38 special…I feel like Ubi took my pulse with Stp, Megadeth and offspring…but that new Megadeth album is incredible…sorry I got off track…If they keep reading my mind Chili Peppers next week.

  2. Might look simplistic, but the way these chords move all around the fretboard is great fun and practice for guitarists, especially rhythm. I’m in, especially with the inclusion of “I Want You Bad”.

      1. jealous?
        don’t worry about Kramer as he sits at home playing his flute as his DLC library is nil
        for he’s holding out for some Crap & Justin bieber

    1. band was formed in 1984 and Smash was released in 1994 and they had a greatest hits albums in 2005.. they are barely 50 now so where are you getting your info?

  3. Nothing off Smash or Ignition. No deep cuts. That’s too bad. These are not the songs I would have picked. In particular, I loathe PFFAWG. On the upside, I finally get The Kids Aren’t Alright after all these years and that feels good. Maybe sometime down the road I’ll pick up All I Want too.

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