Money Money 2020

The Network - Money Money 2020
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September 30, 2003 / Release Date
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So Spicy reccomended this to me because I liked the 2020 Trans Am ep. I think he misunderstood why I liked it. I enjoyed it not because it's a Green Day album, but because it's a fun 80s throwback in the style of bands like Lemon Demon, coming from a band that clearly doesn't care anymore. It knows what it's doing is preposterous and will piss a lot of people off and that's something I admire. This ... read more
I wanted to make sure to review this album before 2020 ended, as it was the first album to cash in on the whole '2020' thing way before the year begun. I guess in a way this album predicted this year, as there's this seemingly apocalyptic tone across it. There's lots of themes of drugs, sex, and robots. This may seem semi-normal for a Green Day album but instead of being a radio punk album, it's new wave. This album definetly has the energy of early 2000s Green Day, but it lacks the cohesion. A ... read more
Green Day tries something experimental and for the most part, it's...kinda neat. Nothing exceptional, but also not terrible either.
In lieu of Green Day's biggest arch-nemesis returning, there's no better time than now to review this album. Money Money 2020 is the band's attempt at making a Ramones record with synths and spacey influences.

The aesthetics of the album are pretty well established and crafted from front-to-back, with this very synthetic and empty feeling hanging over every track that plays to illustrate the blurry blank space the album art is trying to portray. Moving away from the huge anthemic guitars and ... read more
Better than anything Green Day has ever done, that's for sure
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Added on: December 2, 2016