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Dookie actually edges out Dead Kennedy’s seminal debut for being my favorite pure Punk album. The amount of personality, color, and melody this album displays are incomparable to any Pop Punk album of its time. The band also shows much more skill and have grown to be great musicians. The fantastic drum fills on the opener, the breakdown at the end of “Chump”, the stellar bassline on “Longview”, the blistering fast instrumentation on “In The End”, they ... read more

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After the Uno Dos Tre trilogy caused at best indifference and at worst resentment in their fans and music listeners alike, Green Day knew they had to do a complete 180 and go in a different stylistic direction. Gone is the cheerful power-pop of the trilogy, what we get with Revolution Radio is basically American Idiot pt.3.

Thematically and sonically it does border on being a retread of that album and its follow-up 21st Century Breakdown, but I think the album provides enough songwriting and ... read more
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Stop Making Sense is one of the most legendary concert films of all time. Every single aspect of it is iconic. The big suit, David Byrne's insane dances, or the fact that he sings his only love song at the time to a goddamn lamp. You can't possibly make a performance more entertaining. But while the film might be amazing to watch, the music is even better.

The band coming out one at a time resulted in David Byrne having to perform Psycho Killer all by himself with just his acoustic guitar and ... read more
Notorious_Man -
¡Tre! is a marginal improvement on ¡Dos!, but nevertheless is a terrible album. The garish production, godawful mixing, and lazy songwriting all still remain issues. The tradeoff we get on ¡Tre! is that the awful songs are less appalling than the ones on ¡Dos!, but there isn't a single track as good as "Lazy Bones" as well. The resulting album is one of the most uninspired collections of tracks I think I've ever had the displeasure of hearing.

Best Tracks: ... read more
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¡Dos! Is probably the most unique and memorable album to come out of the trilogy, but for all the wrong reasons. The Garage Rock sound they go for is utter garbage. Throughout the record, you question if the band has forgotten how to properly write or structure a song. All of the production issues I had with its predecessor carry over but are exacerbated by poor taste. Whenever they’re not sounding like total ripoffs, like on “Stray Heart”, they seem to be out of ideas, ... read more
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¡Uno! is undoubtedly the best album to come out of the trilogy and it's still the worst Green Day record up to that point. At least compared to its follow-ups, there seems to be an effort placed in some of its songwriting, but that's not enough to excuse the thin and painfully clean production, tepid instrumentation, tired or recycled ideas, and "Kill The DJ".

Best Tracks: Stay the Night; Nuclear Family; Sweet 16; Fell for You

Worst Tracks: Kill the DJ; Troublemaker; Oh Love


Apr 10, 2021
Apr 2, 2021
Thanks for following! Really solid reviews!
Mar 19, 2021
probably over 400
Mar 14, 2021
Oh definitely! So far, the debut from BCNR is my favourite of the quarter. Have you listened to the debut from Hello Cosmos, it's a similar vibe and I thought it was a pretty enjoyable listen!
Mar 4, 2021
I used to think it was the blandest album ive ever heard, but on the 3rd or 4th listen, after years i loved the shit out of it. Its probably top 5 Green Day albums for me i love most of the songs there a lot (even if filler exists there)
Mar 3, 2021
Agreed! It’s a weirdly magnetic record. It’s complicated, yet complicated in its simplicity. I think that it’s why it’s so approachable... and lovable lol
Mar 2, 2021
Hi friend! Thanks for the follow! Let’s connect, what would you consider your favorite album of this year so far? 😁
Feb 28, 2021
it takes a lot of effort to get into his music for sure
Feb 24, 2021
Thanks for following!!!!
Feb 5, 2021
yeah, warnings a 100
mainly because the album means a lot to me and i have a lot of feelings attached to it
music itself is like 96 tho, i appreciate most of the risks the band took on here and i think every song has this amazing catchy quality to it


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