The Offspring, Hit This Single Cover (Glass Family), 2003 (20/20)
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The Offspring, Hit This Single Cover (Glass Family), 2003 (20/20)

By Storm Thorgerson
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"I think they liked the title Splinter for being sharp and angular like their music and with several different meanings, varying from the simple wooden shaving which stabs your finger to break-up, the splintering of a relationship or an outfit like a band, or even a family.

"Our glass family, made in fact of sugar glass ...are gathered in their well-to-do garden by the fishpond in order to be photographed for the family album, and also back-lit to highlight the glassiness. Personally I always thought that the little girl was the most spooky - present but transparent, like a ghost or a memory - a memory of when the family were together in the flesh, not as glass."
-Storm Thorgerson 

 
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The Offspring, Hit This Single Cover (Glass Family), 2003 (20/20)
The Offspring, Hit This Single Cover (Glass Family), 2003 (20/20)

 
 
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