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New album nearly killed Green Day


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Green Day is suffering "post partum depression" after the release of their new album.

Frontman Billie Joe Armstrong says the band is so attached to 21st Century Breakdown, they had trouble releasing it.

read more: http://www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/music...illed-Green-Day

source: Bang! Showbiz

image: Fair Use/mos.musicradar.com: BIG RISK: Green Day say their new album nearly killed them..."I had the boogie woogie flu!"

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anyone hear the whole album yet? is it any good?

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Only heard one song, and wasn't overly excited for it. Can't remember what it was called though.

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First listen: Green Day's 21st Century Breakdown....

Back in 2004, Green Day rather unexpectedly became the biggest band in the world by writing American Idiot, a rock opera about how their home country was a bit rubbish. Successor 21st Century Breakdown, the band's 8th studio album, arrives May 15th, but DiS can bring you word from deep inside the recesses of Warner Music as to how the three movement, 17-track, allegedly storylined, soon to be inescapable opus sounds.

read more: http://drownedinsound.com/in_depth/4136686

source: DrownedInSound

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Hard to tell, but it sounds high energy

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Hard to tell, but it sounds high energy

i`m keeping my eyes peeled for it mate.. B)

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