Let the Bad Times Roll is the tenth studio album by American rock band the Offspring, released on April 16, 2021. Produced by Bob Rock, it is the band's first release on Concord Records, and their first studio album in almost nine years since Days Go By (2012), marking the longest gap between two Offspring studio albums. Let the Bad Times Roll also marks the Offspring's debut with Todd Morse, who replaced original bassist Greg K. in 2019.
The band's tour schedules, lineup changes, legal issues and the search for a new label after their split with Columbia Records, who released the Offspring's previous six albums, contributed to a years-long delay behind Let the Bad Times Roll. The band started recording new material for the album with Rock as early as the summer of 2013, and after re-recording it at various studios and at various periods between 2014 and 2019, it had been completed by early 2020 and was ready for release later that year. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the album's release was once again pushed back to 2021.
|This Is Not Utopia||2:38|
|Let The Bad Times Roll||3:18|
|Behind Your Walls||3:21|
|Army Of One||3:11|
|Breaking These Bones||2:46|
|Coming For You||3:48|
|We Never Have Sex Anymore||3:30|
|In The Hall Of The Mountain King||1:00|
|The Opioid Diaries||3:01|
The Offspring - Let the Bad Times Roll [Orange Vinyl][IEX][LP]
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