Green DayDookie

Label:Reprise Records – 9362-49869-5, Reprise Records – 1-468284 (K1)
Series:Because Sound Matters
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
Style:Pop Punk, Punk


A2Having A Blast2:45
A5Welcome To Paradise3:45
A6Pulling Teeth2:31
A7Basket Case3:01
B2Sassafras Roots2:38
B3When I Come Around2:58
B4Coming Clean1:35
B5Emenius Sleepus1:44
B6In The End1:46
B7.3All By Myself1:38

Companies, etc.



Includes printed insert.

Track B2 titled "Sassafras" on label.
Tracks B7.2 and B7.3 are unlisted.

Green sticker on front:
The 1994 breakthrough album. For the first time on vinyl in over a decade. BECAUSE SOUND MATTERS 1-468284 (K1)

1994 WB Music Corp./Green Daze Music, admin. by WB Music Corp. ASCAP except "Welcome To Paradise" © 1991 WB Music Corp./Green Daze Music, admin. by WB Music Corp. ASCAP.
Lyrics Reprinted by Permission.
© 2008, 1994 Reprise Records.

Back cover:
Reprise Records, a Warner Music Group Company.
© ℗ 2008, 1994 Reprise Records for the U.S. and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the U.S.
Made in the E.U.

WB Music Corp./Green Daze Music admin. by WB Music Corp. (ASCAP)
© ℗ 2008, 1994 Reprise Records
Made in the E.U.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 9362-49869-5 9
  • Barcode (Scanned): 093624986959
  • Label Code: LC00322
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, variant 1): 1-468284- INT- A [email protected] B969993-01 A₁
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, variant 1): 1-468284- INT- B [email protected] B969993-01 B₁
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, variant 2): 1-468284- INT- A [email protected] B969993-01 A₁ X=S
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, variant 2): 1-468284- INT- B [email protected] B969993-01 B₁ 311

Other Versions (5 of 156)

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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


  • allstopblue's avatar
    Sounds good to me. I own an original CD release I got for my birthday as a kid in 1995. I don’t know why anyone would complain about this vinyl reissue. Sounds great to me compared to the CD. Sometimes I truly wonder what people expect….it’s alternative punk rock. It sounds perfectly fine. Are you expecting some kind of 3D experience? I don’t get it . It’s Green Day people. Lol
    • a10drake's avatar
      Personally I find that this pressing of Dookie is quite quiet and compressed. For some of the songs this works well, but for other songs like Burnout and F.O.D. this becomes more of a problem. But I will admit that this sounds exactly the same as my cd copy of the album but was hoping that with a vinyl pressing of the album that the sound quality would be better than the cd copy.
      The reason I feel it's a problem is because with Burnout it feels purposely put at the front as the song is meant to make a statement of what you are about to experience with punk energy mixed into a more pop writing style and begs for the dynamic range and loudness to catch the listeners attention.
      And the problem for F.O.D. is that because of how quiet the pressing is I find the more quiet acoustic section of the songs are just hard to hear even on higher volumes unless you want to give yourself a headache when it gets to the louder sections of the song.
      Other than the problems I personally find with the mixing or the compression of the album, I find that this is an alright pressing in terms of it being pop and click free with no warps. It came with a paper sleeve with no poly-lining which from pulling it out the first time did show it had scuffed the record at some point but luckily doesn't leave any defects in the sound or playability of the record. And also came with a lyric sheet that on the flip side shows images of the band around the time that they were recording this record back in 1994.
      All in all this pressing is nothing special but is the most accessible way to be able to listen to this album on vinyl. I just wished there was more of a dynamic range that can be found on other Green Day records from around this time for example the 3x10" release of 21st century breakdown which that pressing is leagues above in dynamic range compared to this pressing.
      • rowdy26's avatar
        I had the original on tape when released until I wore it out and then bought the cd later on.
        Unfortunately I lost the cd in a relationship break up but fortunately this re release has made up for lost time.
        Sounds just as good if not better than I remember.
        • neongreenman_'s avatar
          Confused. Mine says Made in Canada. But it's from 2008. The US issue is 2009, and I would assume says made in USA.

          Anyone with any intel on this?
          • criminologue's avatar
            exactly the same than the original cd. Its great ! (and normal)
            • bruno8586's avatar
              Kevin Gray does it again, that's all i have to say about this re-release
              • craicaddict's avatar
                Since in essence this album was so heavily compressed when it was made, I imagine it would be virtually impossible to get a reissue wrong. Thankfully it's as good as it's always been. No different from the CD. But that's not always a bad thing.
                • incfoto's avatar
                  First Green Day album that I heard when I was a kid, like 15 years ago. Awesome then, awesome now.



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