Ignition is the second studio album by the American punk rock band The Offspring. It was the second Offspring album produced by Thom Wilson, and was released on October 16, 1992 on Epitaph Records, marking their first release on that label.
Released during the alternative rock and grunge-era, the album brought the band small success in Southern California as The Offspring started to gather a following. This success would continue to grow with their next album Smash. "Kick Him When He's Down" was released as a promotional single in 1995 after the band had risen in popularity; it is one of the few singles that did not appear on the Greatest Hits album. "Dirty Magic", the sixth track from Ignition, was re-recorded for their ninth studio album, 2012's Days Go By.
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