Green Day

Green Day

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Green Day is a pop punk/alternative rock band from East Bay, California that formed in 1987. They were originally called Sweet Children, but changed their name before their first release.

Current lineup
lead vocals, guitars : Billie Joe Armstrong
bass guitar, backing vocals : Mike Dirnt (Michael Pritchard)
drums, percussion : Tré Cool (Frank E. Wright III)
guitars, backing vocals :Jason White (Jason White (3))

Former member:
Drums: John Kiffmeyer alias Al Sobrante until 1990.
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Green Day Discography

Albums

#22 Green Day 39/Smooth (Album, EP) Lookout! Records, Lookout! Records #22 Malaysia 1990 Sell This Version
43281-2 Green Day Kerplunk! (Album, EP) Lookout! Records, Lookout! Records 43281-2 Indonesia 1992 Sell This Version
455292 5 Green Day Dookie (Album) Reprise Records 455292 5 Mexico 1994 Sell This Version
K 50 014 Green Day / Led Zeppelin Green Day / Led Zeppelin - Dookie / Houses Of The Holy(LP, MP, M/Print, Mis) Atlantic K 50 014 Europe 1994 Sell This Version
9 46046-4 Green Day Insomniac (Album) Reprise Records 9 46046-4 Thailand 1995 Sell This Version
936246794-4 Green Day Nimrod. (Album) Reprise Records 936246794-4 Chile 1997 Sell This Version
9 47613-4 Green Day Warning: (Album) Reprise Records 9 47613-4 Indonesia 2000 Sell This Version
9362-48777-4 Green Day American Idiot (Album) Reprise Records 9362-48777-4 Russia 2004 Sell This Version
9362-49466-2 Green Day Bullet In A Bible (Album) Reprise Records 9362-49466-2 Europe 2005 Sell This Version
9362498021 Green Day 21st Century Breakdown (Album) Reprise Records 9362498021 Indonesia 2009 Sell This Version
9362-49675-6 Original Broadway Cast* Featuring Green Day Original Broadway Cast* Featuring Green Day - American Idiot Reprise Records 9362-49675-6 Indonesia 2010 Sell This Version
526335-2 / 9362-49610-9 Green Day Awesome As F**k (Album) Reprise Records 526335-2 / 9362-49610-9 Argentina 2011 Sell This Version
532187-2 Green Day ¡UNO! (Album) Reprise Records 532187-2 US 2012 Sell This Version
4690355004790 Green Day ¡TRÉ! (Album) Reprise Records 4690355004790 Russia 2012 Sell This Version
532183-2 Green Day ¡DOS! (Album) Reprise Records 532183-2 US 2012 Sell This Version
541860-2 Green Day Demolicious (Comp, Album) Reprise Records 541860-2 US 2014 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Lookout! Records #17 Green Day 1,000 Hours (EP) Lookout! Records Lookout! Records #17 US 1989 Sell This Version
SKENE! 10 Green Day Sweet Children (EP, Single) Skene! Records SKENE! 10 US 1990 Sell This Version
Lookout 035 Green Day Slappy E.P. (EP) Lookout! Records Lookout 035 US 1990 Sell This Version
W0257CD2, 9362-41774-2 Green Day Basket Case (Single, Maxi) Reprise Records W0257CD2, 9362-41774-2 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
PRO-CD-6745 Green Day Longview (Maxi, Single) Reprise Records, Reprise Records PRO-CD-6745 US 1994 Sell This Version
W0269CDX Green Day Welcome To Paradise (Single) Reprise Records W0269CDX UK 1994 Sell This Version
PROMO 525 Green Day / Tony Blescia Green Day / Tony Blescia - Basket Case / Dammi Di Più(7", Jukebox) Warner Bros. Records, WEA PROMO 525 Italy 1994 Sell This Version
7-17941 Green Day When I Come Around (Single) Reprise Records, Reprise Records 7-17941 US 1994 Sell This Version
PR CD 182 Green Day 86 (Single) Reprise Records PR CD 182 Spain 1995 Sell This Version

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July 11, 2009
Dookie was the first album I ever bought. That album has obvious appeal to a 10 year old, but coming back to it after 14 years it seems as timeless as the Buzzcocks or the Replacements or anything else that I only bothered to get into after the MP3 revolution. Little did I know in 1994 that they would become the superband that they are now, bridging generation gaps and such with their very opportunistic "American Idiot". It's easy to hate a band that charges $50+ for concert tickets for what even now can be pigeonholed as Ramones style power punk, maybe with a bit of post-production gloss. Even as gifted as they are with crafting those kinds of pop rock songs, they never struck me as a "talented" band, the kind that would be fetching that sort of arena rock entry fee, but win a couple Grammys and I suppose the shoe fits.

Nevertheless I still appreciate this band despite selling out or whatever it is that they've done. It's not like they made themselves out to be the kind of people that would care about such a thing. Dookie is still an amazing pop album, American Idiot succeeds most of the time despite its blatant theatrics, and on the albums in the middle you'll find a goldmine of well made pop songs. You'd probably catch me listening to Dead Can Dance or Miles Davis before these guys nowadays, and with 21st Century Breakdown it seems they're having a lot of trouble trying to top American Idiot, but Dookie was a fine entry into the world of music that I don't regret.
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August 11, 2006
edited over 9 years ago
Ok, they're Punk, although not living like punks - even less that they would die for it. When ´Dookie´ hit the charts, they weren't even that young to claim music for teens - still in Punk or whatever's left of its 70s fashion commodity, Green Day turned into 'idiots' they refuse to be.

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