¡Tre!

Green Day - ¡Tre!
Critic Score
Based on 14 reviews
2012 Ratings: #875 / 945
User Score
Based on 100 ratings
2012 Ratings: #285
December 11, 2012 / Release Date
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Reprise / Label
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CRITIC REVIEWS

58
A.V. Club

¡Tre! succeeds most as an exercise in influence-dropping and self-recycling, with a glimmer of inspiration here and there.

50
Consequence of Sound

There are songs on the record that could be used against the band if they consider re-entering the studio at any point in the future.

50
PopMatters

¡Tré! turns out to be a stumble backwards, and a summary of the trilogy’s shortcomings.

50
Drowned in Sound

It’s difficult to recommend ¡Tré! in its own right, and the smart move is probably to cherry pick the tracks you want rather than shell out for the whole thing, and that is surely the most damning judgment you can make on such a grand concept.

TheRootBoy
10
This is so bad.
JustSomeGuy
33
¡Tre! improves a bit on ¡Dos! but it still isn’t good by any sense of the word. This album has the exact same problems that runs through the entire trilogy, namely the poor writing and unoriginal sound. However, I feel like out of the three, this one by far has the worst instrumentals and is by far the least interesting.

Favourite Tracks: X-Kid; Walk Away; Brutal Love; Dirty Rotten Bastards

Least Favourite Tracks: A Little Boy Named Train; 99 Revolutions; Drama Queen; Sex, ... read more
Songsearcher1
40
A thankful ‘recovery’ from the demon-spawn that was this album’s predecessor, this album isn’t all that good either. While there are more memorable melodies and pop hooks on this album than Dos!, there isn’t all too much either. The lyrics are still quite terrible, although Green Day aren’t very intelligent poets, and the album was rushed, so it’s not too surprising. Not their worst, but not anything you want to hear.
Favourites: X-Kid (I guess?)
Least ... read more
notbuzzzila
20
Told ya so pt. 3
MrMclainy
52
wake me up

when this snoozefest ends
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Track List

  1. Brutal Love
  2. Missing You
  3. 8th Avenue Serenade
  4. Drama Queen
  5. X-Kid
  6. Sex, Drugs & Violence
  7. A Little Boy Named Train
  8. Amanda
  9. Walk Away
  10. Dirty Rotten Bastards
  11. 99 Revolutions
  12. The Forgotten
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