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The NME on Wednesday published its list of the 15 best Green Day songs, a subjective song array if there ever was one. Take a look at the British music mag's favorite Green Day tunes down below. Do you agree with the ranking?

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Listing nothing from early albums such as 39/Smooth and Kerplunk (although the Dookie version of “Welcome To Paradise” gets some love), the NME's ranking takes a pretty strong stance for latter-period GD while including benchmark mid-'90s hits like “Longview” and “Basket Case.” Check it out.

NME's 15 best Green Day songs:
15. “Horseshoes And Handgrenades”
14. “Bang Bang”
13. “Warning”
12. “Having A Blast”
11. “Minority”
10. “Geek Stink Breath”
9. “Burnout”
8. “Welcome To Paradise”
7. “Brain Stew”
6. “Longview”
5. “American Idiot”
4. “Basket Case”
3. “Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)”
2. “Holiday”
1. “Jesus Of Suburbia”

Anyway, everyone knows Green Day's best song is “At The Library.”

Seeing as how Green Day are God's Favorite Band and all, the group themselves issued a second greatest hits collection late last year that contains 20 of their career-spanning “best” songs, along with two freshly recorded tracks.

What do you think of the NME's ranking of the 15 best Green Day songs? What would your personal list of your favorite Green Day songs look like? Can you name a top 15, top 10, top 5? Sound off in the comments and let us know.

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