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Green DayDookie

Label:Reprise Records – 468284-1
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Repress, "Dookie" Brown
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Punk, Pop Rock, Alternative Rock

Tracklist

A1Burnout2:07
A2Having A Blast2:45
A3Chump2:54
A4Longview3:59
A5Welcome To Paradise3:45
A6Pulling Teeth2:31
A7Basket Case3:01
B1She2:14
B2Sassafras Roots2:38
B3When I Come Around2:58
B4Coming Clean1:35
B5Emenius Sleepus1:44
B6In The End1:46
B7F.O.D.2:49
B8All By Myself
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Barnes and Noble "Dookie" (Brown) Colored Vinyl limited to 2000 copies (unnumbered).

As exactly as on the original vinyl pressing, track B8 not listed.

Repress sourced from the 2009 master plates of Dookie

© ℗ 2008, 1994 Reprise Records
(All words by Billie Joe, except as indicated; all music by Green Day) WB Music Corp/Green Daze Music
Music admin. by WB Music Corp (ASCAP)/Green Daze Music

Printed in Canada

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 093624986959
  • Barcode (Printed on Sleeve): 0 9362-49869-5 9
  • Barcode (Sticker): 093624894698
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched (1-468284 A, -18666-, stamped)): 1-468284 A J-1203-A [email protected] -18666- 17792.1(3)... -18666-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B etched (1-468284 B, -18666-, stamped)): 1-468284 B J-1203-B [email protected] -18666- 17792.2(3)... -18666-

Other Versions (5 of 155)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Dookie (CD, Album, SRC Press)Reprise Records9 45529-2US1994
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Dookie (CD, Album)WEA MusicM 936245529-2Brazil1994
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Dookie (LP, Album, Stereo)Reprise Records9362-45529-1Germany1994
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Dookie (Cassette, Album, Reissue)Warner Music Poland, Reprise Records9362-45529-4Poland1994
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Dookie (CD, Album, Green-tinted Jewel Case)Reprise Records9362-45795-2Europe1994
jobiwankenob's avatar
jobiwankenob
Just like the post below, my copy has the exact same deadwax identifications as the brown copy, only it’s standard black. Run outs match perfectly and also with KPG @ ATM etched. Sounds great, paid $28 bucks!
BPGasper's avatar
BPGasper
I just bought this at a local shop and the dead wax IDs match perfectly but this version is not brown but standard black
birbohex's avatar
birbohex
for a galaxy pressing that uses colours of "dookie" $200 is waaaayyy too expensive for me to even consider buying this. it's like that one cassette of this album I own that mysteriously jumped to over $100 in price? I think someone's trying to bump the price up for quick cash
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SiLic0ne.t0aD
$200? LOL , y'all are ridiculous. , , , ,
TomoYoMomo's avatar
TomoYoMomo
Interested in buying a copy!! please Dm if wiling to sell
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Alextricity
Sounds great! A fat pop transitioning between “She” and Sassafras Roots”, but other than that, excellent.
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mega_2122
Anyone here know if this sounds better/worse than the original pressing?
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tyson3600
Amazing pressing, vocals are a little quiet for my liking but absolutely no surface noise and very clean sound. Color also fits the album very well.
D_and_H_Music's avatar
D_and_H_Music
Hmm...this seriously sounds like the "sounds matter" press that has been out for ages. also cut by kevin grey but on black vinyl. would not be surprised if same stampers were used.
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MEllODrOnE
Edited 2 years ago
This sounds good for a fierce, uproaring punk record. Very, very nice drum sound on this, the realistic drum kit sound really enhances the music (the amazing drum sound seems to make up for the shortcomings of the rest of the music at times). The vocals are clear and understandable. Full, lively sound overall. Not to nitpick but you can definitely tell that Mr. Gray used a digital file to cut this record. There are just parts of the record that sound a bit thin and compressed (see the bombastic drum solo near the end of Chump) not to mention the ocassional sibilance on the vocals. May just be artifacts from the original recording (was this even recorded analog to begin with? Curious as to a comparison with the original). Bass is boosted and prominent but could have been more smooth and defined. Not that this reissue sounds bad at all but limited at times. Pressing is awesome though, dead quiet, flat and center. But I'd be lying if I said this offers more sonically than the original CD. I will say though, She and F.O.D. sound particularly good out of the rest of the tracks.