Back in the early 1990’s, Offspring blew up on the music scene in a big way.
Thanks to the massive hit “Come Out and Play”, Columbia Records took notice of the band and snatched them up from indie label Epitaph, with the agreement to return the band’s catalogue after an 18-year period.
That benchmark came to pass in 2014, when the group gained control of masters to six albums released by Sony Music.
Now, rumour has it that The Offspring are shopping those LPs along with its music publishing.
The asking price?
Somewhere around the $30 million to $35 million dollar mark.
The fact that the deal could also include a new album from the band is the cherry on top of this musical goodness.