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8 thoughts on “ Letterbomb - Green Day - American Idiot (CD, Album) ”

  1. Green Day are a punk band which have been around for ages. I didn't realise just how long I'd been hearing American Idiot on the radio but the album was released in This must be a slow burner of a song for it to take 11 years to seep into my consciousness. I like the irony and wry humour of the lyrics and it does have a rocking lyric too/5(39).
  2. Based on Green Day's chart-topping album 'American Idiot,' the musical and the cast recording include every song from 'American Idiot,' as well as several songs from the band's GRAMMY® Award-winning current album '21st Century Breakdown.'/5().
  3. Released in , American Idiot is described by Green Day themselves as a “punk rock opera”. Preceded by Shenanigans and followed by Bullet in a Bible; their seventh studio album came after a point where band members Billy Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt and Tré Cool were all struggling.
  4. Letterbomb is the tenth track off of Green Day 's seventh studio album, American Idiot ().
  5. 3). 21st Century Breakdown (fav: "American Eulogy") 2). American Idiot (fav: "Homecoming") 1). Nimrod (fav: "Uptight") I dunno what magic happened, but Nimrod is just track-after-track of my favorite Green Day songs.
  6. Green Day has really been away from the industry for such a very long time. Yet, they really came back very well in a vengence. Their comeback track, AMerican Idiot really brings their fell back to the mainstream, especially after their lackluster album Warning/5(28).
  7. Green Day - American Idiot Album Lyrics; 1. American Idiot (radio edit) Lyrics: 2. She’s a Rebel Lyrics: 3. Homecoming: I. The Death of St. Jimmy / II. East 12th St. / III. Nobody Likes You / IV. Rock and Roll Girlfriend / V. We’re Coming Home Again Lyrics: 4. Jesus of Suburbia: I. Jesus of Suburbia / II. City of the Damned / III. I Don’t.
  8. About “American Idiot” For their fifth major label studio album, Green Day decided to go deeper in their themes, aiming for a punk rock opera reminiscent of The Who once the song “Homecoming.

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