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Item no. 423827
Gender Unisex
Musical Genre Punk Rock
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 CD
Product topic Bands
Band Green Day
Product type CD
Release date 9/27/04
CD 1
1. American Idiot 2. Jesus Of Suburbia 3. Holiday 4. Boulevard Of Broken Dreams 5. Are We The Waiting 6. St. Jimmy 7. Give Me Novacaine 8. She's A Rebel 9. Extraordinary Girl 10. Letterbomb 11. Wake Me Up When September Ends 12. Homecoming 13. Whatsername
Marcel Anders

by Marcel Anders (September 2004) With "Dookie", Green Day became the most successful punk band of the 90s. Now they release a rock opera in Pink Floyd's "The Wall" style: an opulent concept album dealing with the forlornness and anger of American teenagers, outing George W. Bush a complete idiot and setting musical benchmarks. With a furious mix of hardrock, punk and pop that you would have never expected of Billie, Mike and Tré. Just because for much too long they wrote nice Melody-Punk-Ditties and never pinned themselves down to a single format. But that's not the case: with tracks, like "Jesus Of Suburbia", Green Day will surprise critics and fans alike. Five completely different parts are being combined for a 9-minute epic, repeated in "Homecoming" in even more extended form. Despite all approach and maturity: "American Idiot" is above everything else one thing: a great rock album lifting Green Day impressively into the new millenium. As a band that is far from having shown all its potential. With fun in making music and experimenting and with the title song as a great first single.