American Idiot: Parental Advisory - Green Day Reviews
Description:Genre: Indie Rock & Punk - Modern Punk / Artist: Green Day / Explicit Lyrics / Audio CD released 2004-09-20 at Reprise ... more
American Idiot: Parental Advisory - Green Day ... / Disc #1 Tracklisting
1 American Idiot
2 Jesus Of Surburbia
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
11 Wake Me Up When September Ends
Newest Review: ... Idiot which is a fast paced rocky number with great guitar riffs from the guys. Some people may find this song offensive as a ... more
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by - written on 31/01/08 (Very useful, 28 readings)
This has to be the most surprising album yet from Green Day after the studio demo recording for their latest release was stolen from their recording studio. The band seemed to have moved away from their typical new wave punk style and focused on a more commercial and mainstream type of rock music. In terms of popularity I think that this album has 'made' Green Day. They kickstart the album with the classic song 'American Idiot' which was released as the first single from the album. Heavy melodic guitar riffs and catchy vocals are a great start whilst Billie Joe Armstrong retains his typical un-mistakable vocal sound and focuses on the american government. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/02/08 (Very useful, 72 readings)
As you have guessed by now for the members of the site - this is where my member picture is from. It is the heart grenade that features on the front of this magnificent CD. I think Green Day is now my favourite band as their music is great. Here is the factual information on the CD: Released: September 21st 2004 Genre: Punk/Alternative Rock Length: 57:13 Songs: 13 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1. American Idiot 2. Jesus of Suburbia i. Jesus of Suburbia ii. City of the Damned iii. I Don't Care iv. Dearly Beloved v. Tales of Another Broken Home 3. Holiday 4. Boulevard of Broken ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/08, updated on 11/02/09 (Very useful, 21 readings)
Green Day:American idiot: At first i thought it wouldnt be the same greenday i thought they changed their style of music to something more less punk. but i was obviously wrong its took me until now to get this album and yes thats a long time 4 years but i was afraid of wasting my money on an album i wouldnt like. turns out ive only gone and spent my money on something amazing! greenday have created an album that is unexplainable its amazing! it wonderful! the hit songs 'American Idiot' and 'Jesus of Surburbia' i liked from listening to on kerrang! but i didnt want to get the album just for two songs... 1.)American Idiot:this song is brilliant ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/07/05, updated on 09/07/05 (Very useful, 488 readings)
You could be forgiven for thinking that the punk era ended in the early 80’s with the glory days of The Clash, The damned, Buzzcocks et all passed their prime to be replaced by lesser rockers of a new age. I kinda thought that it was so as I moved gracefully beyond my 30’s with a threatening era of ColdPlay and a more mellow sound signalling an end to those angry days of ear-splintering guitar and furious lyrics designed to change the world. However, rites of passage stories rarely pick up on the parents who get dragged along with their kids’ transition from child to teenager and it was with some consternation that I agreed to buy the American Idiot CD for my 12-year-old Read the complete review
by - written on 21/09/04, updated on 06/01/05 (Very useful, 2552 readings)
Seeing as my first ‘American Idiot’ review was a mish-mash of disorganised rubbish, I have decided to properly review it in it’s entirety (including the correct track listing now). I first heard this on MTV’s The Leak, a section of their web page where they preview an album in its entirety the week prior to its official release. Not being one to really take notice of MTV, it took pure luck to come across it, but being the huge Green Day fan that I am, I had to spoil it for myself and have a listen. So, as the tracks went by, my heart raced faster with every minute, listening to the finest music that Green Day have ever made. With the exception of ‘Basket Case’ and ‘Good . Read the complete review
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