History Music / GreenDay

29th Apr '16 4:00:14 AM aye_amber
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29th Apr '16 3:55:11 AM aye_amber
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18th Mar '16 6:09:35 PM stuffedninja
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* BreadEggsMilkSquick [=/=] TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: Billie Joe recognizing Jason Freese [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K7S4LoWy1Zk after they play "Brain Stew"]] on ''BIAB''.

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* BreadEggsMilkSquick [=/=] TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: BreadEggsMilkSquick: Billie Joe recognizing Jason Freese [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K7S4LoWy1Zk after they play "Brain Stew"]] on ''BIAB''.
1st Mar '16 10:37:23 AM konkarne
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* '''''Jason White''''' - guitar, vocals (2012–Present)
* '''''Frank Wright (Tré Cool)''''' - drums, percussion, backing and lead vocals, guitar, bongos, tambourine, accordion (1990–Present)

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* '''''Jason White''''' ''Jason White'' - guitar, vocals (2012–Present)
* '''''Frank ''Frank Wright (Tré Cool)''''' Cool)'' - drums, percussion, backing and lead vocals, guitar, bongos, tambourine, accordion (1990–Present)
1st Mar '16 10:36:33 AM konkarne
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* ''Jason White'' - guitar, vocals (2012–Present)
* ''Frank Wright (Tré Cool)'' - drums, percussion, backing and lead vocals, guitar, bongos, tambourine, accordion (1990–Present)

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* ''Jason White'' '''''Jason White''''' - guitar, vocals (2012–Present)
* ''Frank '''''Frank Wright (Tré Cool)'' Cool)''''' - drums, percussion, backing and lead vocals, guitar, bongos, tambourine, accordion (1990–Present)
25th Feb '16 1:29:32 PM JBK405
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Before releasing their first LP - 1990's ''39/Smooth'', the band changed its name to Green Day, supposedly as an inside joke about marijuana. In 1990, Kiffmeyer left the band to attend college and Tré Cool joined in his place, completing the Green Day we know today. In 1999 Green Day gained backup guitarist Jason White, who became an official member of the band in 2012.

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Before releasing their first LP - 1990's ''39/Smooth'', the band changed its name to Green Day, supposedly as an inside joke about marijuana.marijuana[[note]]A "green day" is a day spent smoking marijuana and doing nothing else[[/note]]. In 1990, Kiffmeyer left the band to attend college and Tré Cool joined in his place, completing the Green Day we know today. In 1999 Green Day gained backup guitarist Jason White, who became an official member of the band in 2012.
8th Feb '16 5:56:40 AM Freshmeat
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Green Day reached its peak of popularity and its first breakout success with 1994's ''Music/{{Dookie}}'', which is still seen as one of the most seminal albums of its time for its lasting impact on punk rock, allowing it to finally hit the mainstream. It's seen by many as their MagnumOpus and remains as their highest-selling album. [[ToughActToFollow And you know what that means...]]

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Green Day reached its peak of popularity and its first breakout success with 1994's ''Music/{{Dookie}}'', which is still seen as one of the most seminal albums of its time for its lasting impact on punk rock, allowing it to finally hit the mainstream. It's seen by many as their MagnumOpus and It remains as their highest-selling album. [[ToughActToFollow And you know what that means...]]



...until 2004, when Green Day made a comeback with the rock opera ''Music/AmericanIdiot''. (Actually, they were recording another album in 2003 named ''Cigarettes and Valentines'', [[WhatCouldHaveBeen but the master tracks got stolen.]]) The album is very anti-establishment in tone and [[{{Anvilicious}} frequently criticises President Bush]], as the Iraq War was going on at the time. ''American Idiot'' marked a complete departure from their earlier pop/punk style and [[BrokenBase alienated a portion of their fanbase]], although it also won over new fans and is recognized alongside ''Dookie'' as a MagnumOpus. ''Music/AmericanIdiot'' also received controversy for being "Anti-American," despite only a few songs having any sort of political message. Interestingly, [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff the album was very popular in Europe]].

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...until 2004, when Green Day made a comeback with the rock opera ''Music/AmericanIdiot''. (Actually, they were recording another album in 2003 named ''Cigarettes and Valentines'', [[WhatCouldHaveBeen but the master tracks got stolen.]]) The album is very anti-establishment in tone and [[{{Anvilicious}} frequently criticises President Bush]], as the Iraq War was going on at the time. ''American Idiot'' marked a complete departure from their earlier pop/punk style and [[BrokenBase alienated a portion of their fanbase]], although it also won over new fans and is recognized alongside ''Dookie'' as a MagnumOpus.fans. ''Music/AmericanIdiot'' also received controversy for being "Anti-American," despite only a few songs having any sort of political message. Interestingly, [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff the album was very popular in Europe]].
16th Jan '16 12:20:46 PM Anddrix
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* ViewersAreMorons: Why Mike claims the band will never officially release Tré's song "DUI."
27th Nov '15 11:13:52 AM nombretomado
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* IndecipherableLyrics: When they performed [[DrugsAreBad "Geek Stink Breath"]] on ''SaturdayNightLive'', they [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar got away with saying "shit"]] because [[TheUnintelligible nobody understood what Billie Joe was saying]].

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* IndecipherableLyrics: When they performed [[DrugsAreBad "Geek Stink Breath"]] on ''SaturdayNightLive'', ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'', they [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar got away with saying "shit"]] because [[TheUnintelligible nobody understood what Billie Joe was saying]].
21st Nov '15 10:18:10 PM Nakayama90
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** Not so much in Mike Dirnt's case anymore as he's aged quite dramatically in recent years, almost to the point of being YoungerThanTheyLook. Compare the trope photo, from 2009, to [[http://assets.rollingstone.com/assets/images/blog_entry/q-a-green-days-mike-dirnt-on-billie-joe-armstrongs-recovery-20130301/dirnt-624-1361824491.jpg this photo]], from circa 2012.

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** Not so much in Mike Dirnt's case anymore as he's aged quite dramatically in recent years, almost to the point of being YoungerThanTheyLook. Compare the trope page photo, from taken in 2009, to [[http://assets.rollingstone.com/assets/images/blog_entry/q-a-green-days-mike-dirnt-on-billie-joe-armstrongs-recovery-20130301/dirnt-624-1361824491.jpg this photo]], from circa 2012.
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