Jesper L.

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If Green Day's trilogy were one good album

Watched artv's video doing exactly this and it's kinda garbage lmao. I like Green Day's trilogy way more than I should (definitely partly because of nostalgia and partly because I have bad taste).So yeah, here's what the trilogy should've been.
1Green Day

Track 1: 99 Revolutions

This perfect opener packs a lot of energy, vaguely references something political and is just a ton of fun; your typical Green Day song. Fuck knows why this was near the end of Tre.
2Green Day

Track 2: Rusty James

Naturally, the second song on any album should be less good than the opener. Rusty James is catchy, fun, and somewhat forgettable.
3Green Day

Track 3: Stray Heart

Stray Heart keeps the fun and would probably have been the lead single. Simply a very cool track, even the bass is audible!
4Green Day

Track 4: Brutal Love

Since we're 4 tracks in, it's time to shift to something a bit more... sentimental. This one features some violins, definitely sentimental. Cool, that's the change of pace done.
5Green Day

Track 5: Loss of Control

You thought this album was getting soft now? Nah, track 5 is super rowdy and edgy! The lyrics are sure as hell about rebelling against something! Fuck! I never liked you anyway! Stupid motherfucker!
6Green Day

Track 6: See You Tonight

Halfway through the record, time for a pointless interlude. It's kind of nice, I guess.
7Green Day

Track 7: Dirty Rotten Bastards

Oh yes! A long song? Full of seemingly randomly changes? You bet! This song is solely part of the album to show that Green Day can, in fact, still make long songs. It's kind of cool, though mostly since it follows a one-mintue one-dimensional interlude.
8Green Day

Track 8: 8th Avenue Serenade

Yeah, this is where the filler starts. This song has some nice melodies. It's mainly nice because it's barely two and a half minutes, though.
9Green Day

Track 9: Nuclear Family

Another relatively cool song that doesn't do much. Who cares about these sections on any album anyway?
10Green Day

Track 10: Walk Away

Ah, sweet, the penultimate track. Of course it's sentimental... but, plot twist, it's got a nice kick to it as well! Time to wake up after the filler section, since it seems like shit's actually going to get interesting again for a little bit.
11Green Day

Track 11: X-Kid

Yeah, fuck it, this song is actually gorgeous and would make a perfect closer. Thanks.
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