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Green DayDookie

Label:Reprise Records – 468284-1
Series:Because Sound Matters – 1-468284 (K1)
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Alternative Rock, Power Pop, Punk

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 Sleepus
Lyrics ByMike Dirnt
1:44
B6In The End1:46
B7F.O.D.2:49
B8All By Myself
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Album was released on Record Store Day, April 18, 2009.

© ℗ 2008, 1994 Reprise Records
© 1992, WB Music Corp/Green Daze Music

Mastering/Pressing information taken from runouts.

Issued with a inner sleeve with lyrics and credits

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped, Runout Side A): 𝟙-𝟜𝟞𝟠𝟚𝟠𝟜 𝔸 -18666-
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side A): J.1203.A 17792.1(3)... [email protected]
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped, Runout Side B): 𝟙-𝟜𝟞𝟠𝟚𝟠𝟜 𝔹 -18666-
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side B): J.1203.B 17792.2(3)... [email protected]
  • Barcode (Text): 0 9362-49869-5 9
  • Barcode (Scanned): 093624986959
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other Versions (5 of 150)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Dookie (CD, Album, SRC Press)Reprise Records9 45529-2US1994
Dookie (CD, Album)WEA MusicM 936245529-2Brazil1994
Dookie (LP, Album, Stereo)Reprise Records9362-45529-1Germany1994
Dookie (Cassette, Album, Reissue)Warner Music Poland, Reprise Records9362-45529-4Poland1994
Dookie (CD, Album, Green-tinted Jewel Case)Reprise Records9362-45795-2Europe1994
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zackswax
This pressing is very underwhelming. Flat sound with lots of surface noise.
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brandonWIB
Edited 4 months ago
I don't have a copy to compare it to, but I think mine sounds good! Definitely worth picking up. No surface issues on mine either.
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cairil
nothing to say about this pressing.. just boleh lah.... standard quality
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Doodlevil
not the best pressing but its good enough to get that adrenaline flowing
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TheFleshExp
Phenomenal sounding pressing. As to be expected from a Kevin Gray cut! Truly incredible how great it sounds...you simply cannot beat this one for the price!! No QC issues here either.
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Chief80
Edited 11 months ago
Though I don't have another copy to compare it to, it does sound pretty flat to me. With some tinkering on the tone of your speakers, specifically to the low end, you can turn this very average pressing into something very enjoyable. One positive to it is the surface noise, very quiet and borderline unnoticeable while playing. At the end of the day it's a very listenable record , unlike what others are saying. All in all if you can get it for cheap and need a copy, go for it.
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mrmillweld
Hi All, I feel the sound on this LP is of standard quality and sounds good. However everyone has different ears and for me this pressing is a bit flat sounding. It wasn't pressed by united so that's a win! Thankfully I have tone controls so with a minor tweak I can dial it in to my liking. This is a great album and great addition to your collection.
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twoarmedscissor
this sounds very "eh" to me. don't love it, don't hate it. I keep it around so I can look at the album cover close up in detail.
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fendrfanIII
Doing a "shoot-out" between this and CD reveals that this is quite different from the CD. There's a bit more bass and a tad more focus in the vocals. The drums sound good and defined on some tunes, but a little less focused on others. The e stereo image isn't quite as wide on vinyl as the digital version. The record doesn't have the mid-range I'm looking for either, and feels a little heavy in the bass and high-end. The CD has a little more evenly spread EQ, especially on songs like "She" and "Burnout." Despite the few advantages, the CD is far more compressed and more restricted, both sonically and dynamically. It's worth having both if for no other reason than to compare. If you love this album, pick up the LP for sure, but don't overpay or expect a sonic miracle despite the great mastering engineer that is Mr. Kevin Gray. (By the way...both the CD and the LP destroy the iTunes/Apple Music lossy version...it's worth having a physical copy of either for that alone!!)
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The_Andres
Sounds it's good, but you get inner groove distortion by the end of each side. It would be great to get a 30th Anniversary Edition in 2024: Make it 2LP (double green or 1 green +
2 "dookie" brown) and throw some b sides to justify the extra wax.