According to a new post from Tre Cool, Green Day have now rehearsed “Kerplunk!” in full. This news comes after they previously rehearsed both “Dookie” and “Insomniac” in full as well. At first, the assumption was that the group were planning some anniversary touring since “Dookie” is turning 25 next year and “Insomniac” is turning 25 in 2020, but since “Kerplunk!” is turning 27 next year it kind of throws things off a bit. It will be interesting to see how this all plays out.
Green Day recently made headlines after Tre Cool revealed the band were rehearsing “Dookie” in full, and now it looks like the band have moved on to another album. According to an Instagram post from Mike Dirnt, the group have been rehearsing “Insomniac” in full as well. It is currently unknown what the band are planning, but it is worth noting that 2019 does mark the 25th anniversary “Dookie.” However, “Insomniac” does not have a major anniversary coming up, so make of that what you will.
According to an Instagram post from drummer Tre Cool, Green Day have been rehearsing “Dookie” in full. Considering 2019 marks the 25th anniversary of the album, many have speculated that the band may be planning a “Dookie” anniversary tour. Stay tuned for an official announcement.
Green Day and 1-2-3-4 Go! Records have announced that “Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk” will officially receive a home release on June 22. The documentary and soundtrack are available for pre-order HERE, and there is a number of options including Blu-Ray/DVD combo packs, vinyl, and more. The movie, which spans “over 30 years of the California Bay Area’s punk music history with a central focus on the inspiring 924 Gilman music collective,” was narrated by Iggy Pop and it features members of Green Day, Metallica, Rancid, Spearhead, Fugazi, Bikini Kill, Guns N’ Roses and more. Corbett Redford directed the film, while Green Day served as executive producers.
Soundtrack Track Listing:
Crimpshrine, “Another Day”
Fang, “I Wanna Be on TV”
Christ on Parade, “Thoughts of War”
Special Forces, “Berkeley Hardcore”
Corrupted Morals, “Be All You Can Be”
Neurosis, “United Sheep”
Sewer Trout, “Wally and Beaver Go To Nicaragua”
The Lookouts, “Mendocino Homeland”
Isocracy, “Hippie Man”
Sweet Children, “Sweet Children (Demo)”
MTX, “At Gilman Street”
Sweet Baby, “She’s From Salinas”
Kwik Way, “Pacifica on Saturday”
Kamala and the Karnivores, “Back To Bodie”
Jawbreaker, “Equalized (Demo, J. Robbins Mix)”
Operation Ivy, “Hedgecore”
Operation Ivy, “Unity”
Filth, “The List”
Blatz, “Berkeley Is My Baby (And I Wanna Kill It)”
Spitboy, “Sexism Impressed”
Yeastie Girlz, “Yeast Power”
Nuisance, “Dragonfly (Brouhaha version)”
Pinhead Gunpowder, “Losers of the Year”
Pansy Division, “Luv Luv Luv”
The Potatomen, “On The Avenue”
Jawbreaker, “Condition Oakland”
NOFX, “I’m Telling Tim”
Rancid, “Journey to the End of the East Bay”
Green Day, “Welcome to Paradise (Kerplunk)”
The Armstrongs, “If There Was Ever a Time”
A new music edition of the “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” segment “Mean Tweets” has been shared, and Alice Cooper, Green Day, Blink-182, and Fall Out Boy are among those featured in the clip. You can watch that below:
Green Day have posted a behind the scenes look at their recently released “Back In The USA” video. The track comes with the band’s new greatest hits collection, “Greatest Hits: God’s Favorite Band,” which comes with 20 hits, as well as “Back In The USA” and a new version of “Ordinary World” with guest vocals from Miranda Lambert.
Green Day have premiered a new video for their new song “Back In The USA.” This track comes with the band’s new greatest hits collection, “Greatest Hits: God’s Favorite Band,” which will be released tomorrow (November 17). The effort, which got its name from the time Stephen Colbert introduced them as “God’s favorite band” on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” comes with 20 hits, as a well as “Back In The USA” and a new version of “Ordinary World” with guest vocals from Miranda Lambert.