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The Offspring with Neon Trees and Dead Sara: Huntington, NY, September 20, 2012

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The Offspring, after the band's disappointing releases from the mid-2000s, may have been classified as "yesterday's news" by many critics and a number of passing fans. Some may have even heaped them among those bands from yesteryear who are content to just phone in the hits during we're-just-for-the-money "greatest hits" tours. The release of Days Go By with its driving, hook-filled songs, coupled with inspired live performances such as this, prove that just isn't the case.

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