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Video: Green Day's Trailer For 'Awesome As F**k'

DVD/CD set documenting the band's stadium tour due in March

January 11, 2011 12:30 PM ET
Video: Green Day's Trailer For 'Awesome As F**k'
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Green Day have released a trailer for Awesome As F**k, a forthcoming DVD/CD combo release documenting their most recent stadium tour in support of the album 21st Century Breakdown. Though the trailer says the discs are due in March, a specific release date has yet to be announced.

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The clip is focused on a snippet of the single "Know Your Enemy" being played before a seemingly infinite audience at an unknown venue, but also includes brief glimpses of pyrotechnics, theatrical moments involving a guy in a skeleton suit, confetti cannons and other things that make a Green Day show seem, well, awesome as f**k.

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