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Green Day Band • Page 3

Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by Melody Bot, Jan 12, 2016.

  1. clockwise

    100 percent soft punk rebel. Prestigious

    Ugh I need Green Day back so badly. It's been a long 3 years since I've seen them.
     
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  2. FTank

    Trusted Prestigious

    I tried to get through Dos today for some reason and just couldn't.
     
  3. clockwise

    100 percent soft punk rebel. Prestigious

    When did you tap out?
     
  4. FTank

    Trusted Prestigious

    After Baby Eyes, and I only made it that far so I could listen to Ashley.
     
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  5. clockwise

    100 percent soft punk rebel. Prestigious

    Nice. My favorite is Wow That's Loud I think. I'm someone who enjoys Nightlife just because of how dumb it is and fun to sing along to.
     
  6. FTank

    Trusted Prestigious

    Don't think I even remember what Wow That's Loud sounds like haha. Nightlife is corny but it's far from the worst song from those sessions, at least they tried something weird and different. Ashley may be my favorite song from the entire trilogy though.
     
  7. Jose

    weightless in the valley

    Took a crack at making a playlist of the trilogy to make one solid solid album, and it's tougher than I expected. I'll toy with it throughout the rest of the week.
     
  8. FTank

    Trusted Prestigious

    I did that when the albums originally came out and even that playlist is a bit of a chore to get through for me now. I need some new, actually good Green Day.
     
  9. clockwise

    100 percent soft punk rebel. Prestigious

    I am so fucking ready for new Green Day, but I remain an unapologetic fan of the entire trilogy.
     
  10. tdlyon

    Pawnee Forever Supporter

    I love the trilogy too but I'm a Green Day stan lol

    This is my playlist though, the album is called 99 Revolutions

    1. See You Tonight
    2. 99 Revolutions
    3. Stay the Night
    4. Nuclear Family
    5. Stray Heart
    6. Kill the DJ
    7. Let Yourself Go
    8. Lazy Bones
    9. X-Kid
    10. Rusty James
    11. Wow! That's Loud
    12. Oh Love
    13. Missing You
    14. Dirty Rotten Bastards
    15. Brutal Love

    Flows together really well imo and has most of my favorites, though I had to leave a few out
     
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  11. Horrorca

    Trusted

    I love the song Warning - do they have more shit like that?
     
  12. tdlyon

    Pawnee Forever Supporter

    Most of that album.
     
  13. FrankOceansEleven

    bucks in 6

    You'd probably like quite a bit of Nimrod
     
  14. TheFeels

    Regular

    oh we suuuuuuuure do. You must be pretty young.
     
  15. tdlyon

    Pawnee Forever Supporter

    I mean I absolutely love all of their stuff, they don't have a single bad album imo

    I've just heard the singles from Dookie so much that it kind of takes away from the album for me at this point
     
  16. smoke4thecaper

    hold on, let me catch my breath Prestigious

    Yeah.... I am too. To a degree. A few songs I don't care for (for me, "The Forgotten" is a snoozer), but ultimately I think it gets a bad rap.
     
  17. smoke4thecaper

    hold on, let me catch my breath Prestigious

  18. Michael Qualiano

    mikeq

    I'm a huge GD fan but I really couldn't get into the trilogy records at all. Thought they were really poor efforts tbh. What were your favorite tracks off of them?
     
  19. TheFeels

    Regular

    Yea, there's like 5 good songs out of the whole lot, and even those songs aren't that great if you put them up against the best songs off any of their prior albums.
     
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  20. FTank

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    Stay the Night, Oh Love, Ashley, Brutal Love, Missing You, and Dirty Rotten Bastards are the only songs off the top of my head that I enjoy a lot from the trilogy.
     
  21. smoke4thecaper

    hold on, let me catch my breath Prestigious

    Really like "Angel Blue," "Stop When the Red Lights," "Stray Heart," "Dirty Rotten Bastards," "Rusty James"... definitely more in there, but that's my top five.

    Call me an apologist if you must O:-), however I like Uno as a whole and think Dos/Tre could be cherry-picked enough for a nice companion piece. I guess what I initially meant was that the poor reception to the trilogy isn't a view I'm 100% in line with. The concept was poorly conceived and the band/label fumbled the entire release, but besides stuffing too much material into too little space, I actually think cutting 10-12 tracks would be all that's needed to create a solid helping.
     
  22. Jose

    weightless in the valley

    I think there's a couple of solid tracks ("Brutal Love," "Oh Love," and "Stay the Night" among my favorites) but it feels like more quantity than quality. I feel like if Green Day had cut it to like 14 tracks and then really worked on those songs, rather than attempt to push 37 tracks, it would be way more cohesive and it would match some of their best work.

    Or I could just be talking out of my ass and this was the best we could get. Whatever, this new album is gonna be killer, I can feel it.
     
  23. JRGComedy

    Trusted Supporter

    I really like Amanda for some reason
     
  24. TheFeels

    Regular

    Oh Love is one of their worst songs in my opinion. Haha.
     
  25. smoke4thecaper

    hold on, let me catch my breath Prestigious

    To this day, the fact that they released that song as the first single is fucking insanity. Seriously, they really mishandled the entire release of the trilogy. I know Billie Joe's rehab didn't help things, but they made some foolish choices prior to that. The first one being "let's release THREE albums in 6 months!"
     
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