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    Quote Originally Posted by Mega Man View Post
    By the way, have the bands ever formally made contact? The Offspring used to mention Green Day a lot in the mid-90s, but lately I haven't heard anything.
    Billie Joe mentions The Offspring in the One Nine Nine Four documentary

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    My favorite song from Green Day is Let Yourself Go.

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    Any chance of this thread ever getting un stickied? 2004 was 10 years ago

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    Who knows..... who cares at this point, I forget it's here half the time. I did coincidentally listen to Dookie and Insomniac randomly yesterday.
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    Yeah, i do think popular interest for the band on the bbs has gone away - especially given this thread's lack of activity in the past year or so.

    Also - I listened to American Idiot the other day form front to back. The first time I've listened to a full album by the band in over a year, and probably the first time I've given AI a full listen in like 5ish years. It's a pretty solid album.
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    Let this be the end.
    Let this be the last song.
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    Let all be forgiven.

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    I also randomly listened to American Idiot the other day and realized I had forgotten how much I enjoy it.

    And apparently I have nothing else to add.
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    I guess I'm listening to AI soon.
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    About a month or so ago I threw the first three albums onto my mp3 player and gave them the first listen in about 10 years. Made me really miss when they didn't totally blow. God that's great music, the late-80s-to-mid-90s stuff.

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    Warning is my favorite Green Day album and is the only one I listen all the way through at least once a year. I think Dookie and Nimrod are the only other ones that get played all the way through. Might have to give AI a listen soon. I gave the recent three-album set a listen, and was just kinda bored. They weren't as bad as the 21st Century shit, but I had no desire to listen again.
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    Warning is definitely my favourite Green Day album and just one of my favourite albums in general. I remember I bought Warning and RHCP's Californication at the same time and didn't listen to anything else for weeks. Still two of my favourite albums ever. So many good memories attached too.
    Today a young man on acid realized that all matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration, that we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively, there is no such thing as death, life is only a dream, and we are the imagination of ourselves. Bill Hicks

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