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Green Day’s ‘Father Of All…’ set the rules, you just move to them—review
Green Day’s ‘Father Of All…’ set the rules, you just move to them—review
Let’s cut to the quick: Green Day are the greatest punk band in the world. They’ve almost kept the same members during their near 35-year history. The trio—Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt and Tre Cool—were always the strongest of all the cultural “gateway drugs.” They have nothing to prove ...
‘American Idiot’ turns 15, but the Green Day punk opera still prevails
‘American Idiot’ turns 15, but the Green Day punk opera still prevails
Maybe it’s the aroma of stale pizza and potato chips that hangs grease-thick in the air. Perhaps it’s the lighting system, dimmed to an eye-squinting level that approximates late evening, right before dusk drops into night. Or it could be the piles of empty candy wrappers and drink cans that clog the place, giving it the appearance of some toga-partying frat house. But there’...
A 1989 recording of an unreleased Green Day track has surfaced
A 1989 recording of an unreleased Green Day track has surfaced
An unreleased Green Day song from a gig in 1989 has surfaced and we couldn’t be more grateful. The song “Stay” is from when the band opened for Killdozer from about 30 years ago.   Read more: Someone made ‘A Star Is Korn’ parody trailer about Jonathan Davis The recording is surprisingly clear and sounds great, so we are living for a new-to-us Green Day track. You can listen to “Stay” for ... Rea
Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong reflects on 25 years of ‘Dookie’
Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong reflects on 25 years of ‘Dookie’
In an Instagram post, Billie Joe Armstrong reflects on the past quarter of a century since the release of Green Day's legendary album Dookie. The record was released on this day back in 1994. The post lists the many things Armstrong remembers about that time in his life including, “fist fights at Gilman street,” “tuning 21,” and “wanting and dreading to be a rockstar.” Read more: Panic! At The D.
Special Green Day ‘Dookie’ tribute compilation album coming next month
Special Green Day ‘Dookie’ tribute compilation album coming next month
Asian Man Records have announced that current bands and artists on their label have come together to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Green Day’s Dookie. The compilation record will feature artists from the 924 Gilman St scene. Bands such as Hotbods, Like Roses, Gnarbods and Corrupted Morals will cover Green Day favorites “Burnout,” “Basket Case,” “When I Come Around” and “In The End,” respectiv