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    I always thought it was pretty interesting how their time between albums was cumulative, ever since Dookie.

    Dookie 1994 +1 =
    Insomniac 1995 +2 =
    Nimrod 1997 +3 =
    Warning 2000 +4 =
    American Idiot 2004 +5 =
    21st Century Breakdown 2009

    I was legitimately expecting their next one to come out in 2015.
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    I fail to see how you get 1994 + 1 = 2009.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 0r4ng3 View Post
    I always thought it was pretty interesting how their time between albums was cumulative, ever since Dookie.

    Dookie 1994 +1 =
    Insomniac 1995 +2 =
    Nimrod 1997 +3 =
    Warning 2000 +4 =
    American Idiot 2004 +5 =
    21st Century Breakdown 2009

    I was legitimately expecting their next one to come out in 2015.
    What happened to Shenanigans? Wasn't that 2002 or something?

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    Shenanigans was actually a collection of b-sides and unreleased songs, but I always count those as an album release since it's full of material not on any other albums.

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    Shenanigans you say?
    Your back's to the wall, that's protocol;
    It's sequestering your spirit, misleading us all.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jacknife737 View Post
    "Green Day Announces Three Albums"

    http://www.punknews.org/article/46917

    This isn't going to end well. The biggest problem with the last record (aside from the completely uninspiring song writing) was that it was way too bloated. I'm expecting a substantial amount of filler....
    Ugh, ugh, ugh. I listened to Brain Stew today and totally basked in the times when Green Day was actually good and fun. They developed a serious case of Tom Delonge Ego after American Idiot took off. And just like Delonge, the only thing they're *really* good at at all is fun and creative pop-punk. A.I. tried to be a rock opera (it was a concept album, but definitely not a rock opera), with multi-movement song (they weren't - they were just a bunch of really short songs crammed into one). Then they tried to expand on their non-rock opera, and this time tried to give the album "acts", which also failed and weren't really acts. Now they're off to release a 3-album set?? I get this honest feeling that they looked around the music industry, saw how badly double-disc albums flop, and said, "Yeah, but we're FUCKIN GREEN DAY. Two discs might not have been successful for hack like RHCP, but we made a rock opera and multi-movement tracks and multi-act albums. Hell, we can sell a THREE-disc album!!"

    Fucking fuck, what happened to Green Day? *Puts on Warning and pretends it's still 2002.*
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    Quote Originally Posted by ilovellamas View Post
    Ugh, ugh, ugh. I listened to Brain Stew today and totally basked in the times when Green Day was actually good and fun. They developed a serious case of Tom Delonge Ego after American Idiot took off. And just like Delonge, the only thing they're *really* good at at all is fun and creative pop-punk. A.I. tried to be a rock opera (it was a concept album, but definitely not a rock opera), with multi-movement song (they weren't - they were just a bunch of really short songs crammed into one). Then they tried to expand on their non-rock opera, and this time tried to give the album "acts", which also failed and weren't really acts. Now they're off to release a 3-album set?? I get this honest feeling that they looked around the music industry, saw how badly double-disc albums flop, and said, "Yeah, but we're FUCKIN GREEN DAY. Two discs might not have been successful for hack like RHCP, but we made a rock opera and multi-movement tracks and multi-act albums. Hell, we can sell a THREE-disc album!!"

    Fucking fuck, what happened to Green Day? *Puts on Warning and pretends it's still 2002.*
    i completely agree with everything you said and they defiantly do have the tom delonge ego

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilovellamas View Post
    Ugh, ugh, ugh. I listened to Brain Stew today and totally basked in the times when Green Day was actually good and fun. They developed a serious case of Tom Delonge Ego after American Idiot took off. And just like Delonge, the only thing they're *really* good at at all is fun and creative pop-punk. A.I. tried to be a rock opera (it was a concept album, but definitely not a rock opera), with multi-movement song (they weren't - they were just a bunch of really short songs crammed into one). Then they tried to expand on their non-rock opera, and this time tried to give the album "acts", which also failed and weren't really acts. Now they're off to release a 3-album set?? I get this honest feeling that they looked around the music industry, saw how badly double-disc albums flop, and said, "Yeah, but we're FUCKIN GREEN DAY. Two discs might not have been successful for hack like RHCP, but we made a rock opera and multi-movement tracks and multi-act albums. Hell, we can sell a THREE-disc album!!"

    Fucking fuck, what happened to Green Day? *Puts on Warning and pretends it's still 2002.*
    Warning was their worst album imo.
    But AI is a close contender (except for Homecoming, which is a fuckin great song, and St. Jimmy), and i'm usually not so much into concept albums. but releasing a trilogy in such a short time is something new/innovative, and i like stuff that's new and innovative
    They had some secret club shows and played a bunch of new songs there. Some nice oldschool stuff, but also cheesy ballads and other filler songs. I have no clue what the albums will sound like. Maybe Tré! only contains songs written by Tré, which would be truly amazing, hands down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacknife737 View Post
    "Green Day Announces Three Albums"

    http://www.punknews.org/article/46917

    This isn't going to end well. The biggest problem with the last record (aside from the completely uninspiring song writing) was that it was way too bloated. I'm expecting a substantial amount of filler....
    I agree, 21CB had bunch of fillers, and I rarely ever listen to that record, and releasing three albums in a few months will just have even more fillers I am afraid. They managed the concept album thingie pretty well on AI, not so good with 21CB. I wish they could just let go of this concept album craze.
    I hope the three albums won't be fully priced.
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    ^ From 39/smooth to American idiot, each album had a unique sound to it but with 21st century breakdown it seemed that they were just trying to replicate the success of a and failed..... My expectations for the new album are incredibly low but that may be a good thing as I may end up being pleasantly surprised.
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