Earlier this week, Female First magazine published an article on their website talking about Green Day's debut major label album, Dookie.

"A decade before American Idiot truly launched Green Day into the mainstream, Dookie was the album that began their rise to the top. Seen as their initial big breakthrough, it was a cripser, more polished album compared to their first two. It's rightly regarded as one of the greatest punk albums of all time, and still holds up well 17 years later."


The article is basically a summary of the songs that are on Dookie and how the album rocketed Green Day into the mainstream. You can read the full article over on FemaleFirst.co.uk by clicking here.

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