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Americana is a Rock Opera/Concept Album (and Oddly Prescient):

 1 khyron 1144, Fri, 10th Jun '11 2:24:12 AM from Someplace or other
and it holds together better as one than American Idiot.

The concept/theme: life, politics, and culture in the United States in the 90s.

As for the odd prescience: These lines from the title track: My rights are denied By those least qualified.

This was before the 2000 election and the Patriot Act, yet they are also a perfect response to them.

 2 thespacephantom, Sat, 11th Jun '11 6:07:49 PM from the gates of Troy
nervous fluff and apologies
What is this "Americana?"
Will my weary soul find release for a while?
 3 khyron 1144, Mon, 13th Jun '11 9:12:17 PM from Someplace or other
An album by The Offspring. The singles off of it that got radio and MTV play were "Pretty Fly (For a White Guy)", "She's Got Issues", "Why Don't You Get a Job?", and "The Kids Aren't All Right". It came out around '99 or early aught aught.

sane enough
It's Andrew Lloyd Webber for sure.
The rest is still unwritten...
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