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  • Green Day Ready to Rock VMAs Days After Canceling Italy Gig

    Billie Joe Armstrong has recovered from 'heavy dehydration'

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  • Awesome as Fuck

    Well, that's Walmart out of the way. But the title says a lot about the tongue-tied delight of a great rock show, and Green Day played plenty of 'em on their last tour. This set is a contagious account of the power-fun streak that still runs through the band even after the two punk operas. […]

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  • Green Day Fights On

    The scrappy punks, who became superstars 15 years ago with 'Dookie,' are now America's most ambitious rock band

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  • Tre Cool on Growing Up Punk and Finding Green Day’s Groove

    Drummer talks DIY touring in a bookmobile, loving the Who and the band's bond

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  • Green Day: Working Class Heroes

    On the road with the nation's most passionate punk-rock protest singers

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  • Green Day and the Palace of Wisdom

    How the brats grew up, bashed Bush and conquered the world

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  • Shenanigans

    Pop-punk followers like blink-182 may have eclipsed Green Day in the past few years, but the Bay Area trio's 2001 best-of collection, International Superhits!, was an excellent reminder of how seductive this band can be when pumping out those three-chord, Modern Rock radio gems. Shenanigans is the flip side of Superhits!, collecting Green Day's B […]

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  • Nimrod.

    Green Day have one doozy of a flashback of their punk-rock past midway through Nimrod, the California trio's fifth album. On the song "Platypus (I Hate You)" drummer Tré Cool's tom-toms and Mike Dirnt's bass pound like a herd of charging rhinos as singer Billie Joe Armstrong condenses the phrase " 'Cause I hate you" […]

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  • Green Day: From Punk to Platinum

    With 'Insomniac,' Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt and Tre Cool rebuff cries of Johnny Rotten-cum-lately

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  • Green Day: Best New Band

    What a long, strange punk-rock trip it has been

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