American Idiot, in this case) is absurd enough, but who knew Green Day had it in them? Certainly not anyone …" /> Green Day by itunes

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Green Day  Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)   buy on itunes
Green Day  When I Come Around   buy on itunes
Green Day  Brain Stew   buy on itunes
Green Day  Basket Case   buy on itunes
Green Day  Longview   buy on itunes
Green Day  Wake Me Up When September Ends   buy on itunes
Green Day  21 Guns   buy on itunes
Green Day  Jaded   buy on itunes
Green Day  Welcome to Paradise   buy on itunes
Green Day  American Idiot   buy on itunes
Green Day  She   buy on itunes
Green Day  Know Your Enemy   buy on itunes
Green Day  Hitchin' a Ride   buy on itunes
Green Day  Minority   buy on itunes
Green Day  J.A.R.   buy on itunes
Green Day  Geek Stink Breath   buy on itunes
Green Day  Warning   buy on itunes
Green Day  Waiting   buy on itunes
Green Day  East Jesus Nowhere   buy on itunes
Green Day  Jesus of Suburbia   buy on itunes
U2 & Green Day  The Saints Are Coming (Live from New Orleans)   buy on itunes
Green Day  Nice Guys Finish Last   buy on itunes
Green Day  Walking Contradiction   buy on itunes
Foxboro Hottubs  Mother Mary   buy on itunes
Green Day  When It's Time   buy on itunes
Green Day  21st Century Breakdown   buy on itunes
Green Day  I Fought the Law   buy on itunes
Green Day  Are We the Waiting / St. Jimmy   buy on itunes
Green Day  King for a Day   buy on itunes
Green Day  2000 Light Years Away   buy on itunes
Green Day  A Quick One While He's Away (Bonus Track)   buy on itunes
Green Day  Boulevard of Broken Dreams (Live)   buy on itunes
Green Day  Macy's Day Parade   buy on itunes
Green Day  Maria   buy on itunes
Green Day  Only of You   buy on itunes
Green Day  Redundant   buy on itunes
Green Day  Stuck With Me   buy on itunes
Green Day  I Was There   buy on itunes
Green Day  Poprocks and Coke   buy on itunes
Green Day  Holiday (Live)   buy on itunes
Green Day  The Simpsons Theme (From "The Simpsons Movie")   buy on itunes
Green Day  Peacemaker   buy on itunes
Green Day  Jackass   buy on itunes
Green Day  Last of the American Girls   buy on itunes
Green Day  One of My Lies   buy on itunes
Green Day  Working Class Hero   buy on itunes
Green Day  Desensitized   buy on itunes
Green Day  Cigarettes and Valentines (Live)   buy on itunes
Green Day  Give Me Novacaine / She's a Rebel   buy on itunes
Green Day  F.O.D.   buy on itunes
Green Day  The Grouch   buy on itunes
Green Day  Murder City   buy on itunes
Green Day  Pulling Teeth   buy on itunes
Green Day  Another State of Mind (Bonus Track)   buy on itunes
Green Day  Blood, Sex and Booze   buy on itunes
Green Day  Burnout   buy on itunes
Green Day  ¡Viva la Gloria!   buy on itunes
Green Day  Who Wrote Holden Caulfield?   buy on itunes
Green Day  All By Myself   buy on itunes
Green Day  I Want to Be On TV   buy on itunes
Green Day  Having a Blast   buy on itunes
Green Day  Tired of Waiting for You   buy on itunes
Green Day  Misery   buy on itunes
Green Day  Ha Ha You're Dead   buy on itunes
Green Day  Castaway   buy on itunes
Green Day  Green Day   buy on itunes
Green Day  I Want to Be Alone   buy on itunes
Green Day  Paper Lanterns / 2000 Light Years Away (Live) [Bonus Track]   buy on itunes
Green Day  16   buy on itunes
Green Day  Outsider   buy on itunes
Green Day  86   buy on itunes
Green Day  Espionage   buy on itunes
Green Day  Christie Road (Live) [Bonus Track]   buy on itunes
Iggy Pop  Private Hell   buy on itunes

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The idea of any band garnering GRAMMY® nods and steady sales with a "punk rock opera" ([i]American Idiot[/i], in this case) is absurd enough, but who knew Green Day had it in them? Certainly not anyone who saw their mud-caked Woodstock '94 performance — a bratty, audience-baiting breakthrough that brought new meaning to [i]Dookie[/i] and its two underground punk predecessors, but did little to suggest the melancholy ballads ("Good Riddance"), nine-minute suites ("Jesus of Suburbia"), and pendulum grooves (the borderline metal of "Brain Stew") to come. Yet here they are: three West Coast punks well on their way to two decades together, with little signs of slowing down despite the couch-sinking slacker promises of "Longview"…and that stoner-rock name of theirs.
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