Green Day ¡UNO!
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kitsch
September 28th 2012


5107 Comments


all the girls were on my dick fucked 12 of them at the same tiem back stage

Ikarus14
September 28th 2012


545 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

"i really disagree that fans of old green day will like this. this is nothing like insomniac. insomniac is defined by its bite, punk sneer and stellar, stellar songs, all three of which are missing here."

Totally agreed. I really don't understand where all this 'back to roots' noise is coming from. This is virtually the same as the last two albums only without the overblown opera elements. Plus, it's even more sickeningly honey coated.

Kronzo
September 28th 2012


993 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

album sucks

Nomos
September 28th 2012


843 Comments


>Uno! is the first of three albums by Green Day in a post-Green Day world where you don’t have to give a shit because neither do they.

ahahahah

JP4Hire
September 28th 2012


9 Comments


I can't believe that this was the band I grew up on. 4th grade and literally my first CD. Dookie. It's embarrassing now. I feel bad for them. I just can't listen to this album. I feel like I already know what its going to be like. Now we got 2 more coming our way.

What do you all think Green Day's swan song is?

Hospital
September 28th 2012


2061 Comments


this band

captaincrunch11
September 28th 2012


1231 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

lololol this is fucking terrible

Hospital
September 28th 2012


2061 Comments


i don't think it warrants a 1, though

afoolonahill
September 28th 2012


110 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

thought I was listening to a cover of heaven is a place on earth when track 3 came on

Motiv3
September 28th 2012


8939 Comments


great summary haha.

mindleviticus
September 28th 2012


8294 Comments


I'M NOT FUCKING JUSTIN BIEBER, YOU MOTHERFUCKERS

Ikarus14
September 28th 2012


545 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

"i don't think it warrants a 1, though"

You gave this album a one. :P

sixdegrees
September 28th 2012


17207 Comments


this band is a joke.

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Mickeymau5
September 28th 2012


1614 Comments


"oh, great. here comes the 40 year old dadrock dude that reviewed kiss's discog probably the least relevant band to ever exist"

lmfao

freedomofspeechnoway
September 28th 2012


416 Comments


It would be cool if sputnik staff reviews were serious. Well, or even good for that matter.

Ire
September 28th 2012


41804 Comments


lol what

LifeAsAChipmunk
September 28th 2012


4854 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0 | Sound Off

lol what [2]

AtomicWaste
Staff Reviewer
September 28th 2012


2005 Comments


Strong review. Wasn't planning to listen to this, will go ahead and continue that course of action.


One issue with this paragraph here:

What’s worse: a band that doesn’t have a thing to say but desperately wants to say something?
Or a band that writes nothing about nothing then literally puts a smug little smile on the whole
thing as if to say “fuck all y’all”?


Should read as follows:

What's worse? A band that doesn't have a thing to say, but desperately wants to say
something; or a band that writes nothing about nothing, then literally puts a smug little smile on
the whole thing, as if to say "fuck all y'all?"


(Just a few grammar issues)

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Electric City
Staff Reviewer
September 28th 2012


15743 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

good catch. i realize that I'm bending the rules of grammar at that part, but honestly I think it just looks/reads better with two question marks

Digging: Flying Lotus - You're Dead!

Ire
September 28th 2012


41804 Comments


oh, great. here comes the 40 year old dadrock dude that reviewed kiss's discog probably the least relevant band to ever exist



hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha



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