In the wake of the cancellation, the band continued to write and had produced over 36 new songs come the start of 1997. ''Nimrod'' was made over a four-month span in the intent of being a collection of standalone songs instead of one cohesive album, since the band felt like they had driven their generic ThreeChordsAndTheTruth song structure into the ground. As a result, the album is easily the [[GenreRoulette most experimental and diverse output]] in the band's discography, and perhaps even one of the most kaleidoscopic albums in the punk genre.
''Nimrod'' received generally positive reviews, with critics applauding the band's musical forays, great melodies, and deeper songwriting. It has sold over 10 million copies worldwide. The album features the song "Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)" which became an unexpected BlackSheepHit and is today often seen as one of their most well-known songs.
In the wake of the cancellation, the band continued to write and had produced over 36 new songs come the start of 1997.
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