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bach
November 24th 2012



12220 Comments


This can't be as abysmal as everyone makes it out to be... Or is it?

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sixdegrees
November 24th 2012



16907 Comments


it is.

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Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
November 24th 2012



20749 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

yea if they took the best out of the three albums im sure it would be a solid 3.5 - 4.

and bach some people enjoy it but imo uno is far better than this one.

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Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
November 24th 2012



20749 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

did tre leak yet or what?

bach
November 24th 2012



12220 Comments


Hopefully it's better...

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
November 24th 2012



20749 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

yea iirc its supposed to be more orchestral and 'epic'. as long as they stay away from the sound they used on here im sure itll be decent at least.

TrantaLocked
November 26th 2012



1511 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Even non-fans may find this heart warming:
http://www.mtv.com/videos/misc/858896/green-day-wants-to-grow-old-with-you.jhtml



demigod!
November 26th 2012



44065 Comments


i dont want green day to grow old at all i just want the band to die out

fast


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NightmareCinema16
November 27th 2012



2016 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0 | Sound Off

It's mostely just the money. They probably don't even care about the fans.

UnnamedOcean
November 27th 2012



3965 Comments


The thing is, diehard fans are still eating this shit up.

ChopSuey
November 27th 2012



2392 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

they've been old so this should be their last album.

sinsexsodomy
November 28th 2012



221 Comments


^ They should have stopped a long time ago. They were never a solid act they just made horrible poppy punk songs that people ate up. They were showing a lack of ideas after the mid 90's but just kept trying to milk the current generation for cash and now its finally kicking them in the ass.

TrantaLocked
November 28th 2012



1511 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

When you say mid 90s I think of Insomniac, and you're right, that album did show a lack of new ideas.
But then look at Nimrod, Warning, Shenanigans, and American Idiot. Green Day has the ability to
generate new ideas, and right now we are waiting for them to take a bigger move.

Even still, people have the right to eat up any album they want. If you love Insomniac, then love it.
I'd rather like more albums than less. If I could like every piece of music I ever hear, I would be
very happy. You can't really criticize people for liking music that you don't, because it is really
them that have it better.


Evergreen
November 28th 2012



43 Comments


These guys are 40 years old give it up already

NightmareCinema16
November 29th 2012



2016 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0 | Sound Off

Well then, I guess everyone in the world hates them with a passion.
How...can...that...be...?
Is it still 1995?
Have I been gone too long?

Vicho
November 29th 2012



136 Comments


Here are 2 previews of ¡Tre! (Missing You and X Kid):

http://soundcloud.com/greendayyyeveryday/missing-you-x-kid-preview

I enjoyed the songs. Tre will be better, there is no doubt.


ButteryBiscuitBass
November 29th 2012



9872 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

Best of 2012.

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
November 29th 2012



20749 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

looking forward to tre tbh. those songs sound pretty good.

Chortles
November 29th 2012



17927 Comments


these album covers rule hard

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demigod!
November 29th 2012



44065 Comments


heard bits of some songs for these albums on a youtube ad, gonna 1 them all now just terrible



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