The Offspring have gone from jamming in garages to playing some of the biggest stages in the world, living out their rock and roll dreams in the process. It wasn't immediate success for the band, who issued two albums -- The Offspring and Ignition -- before their Smash album became a worldwide success in 1994.

In the years since, the band has consistently remained on radio thanks to a string of albums that includes Ixnay on the Hombre, Americana, Conspiracy of One, Splinter, Rise and Fall, Rage and Grace and Days Go By, becoming one of the best-selling and biggest punk acts in the history of music.

While you may think you know the No. 1 disc on this list, it's not as simple as you think ranking The Offspring's studio albums. So head up to the gallery above and see how we ranked the band's studio albums from weakest to strongest.

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