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In a new poll posted on their website, NoiseCreep wants to know what its readers think is the best Green Day era.

The 1990s and the 2000s are the two options NoiseCreep gives. The website puts the trilogy in with the '00s (though it would technically be in '10s).

"On one hand, you have the ’90s. That was the era when Green Day released an amazing five albums in ten years. It gave us the breakout effort ‘Dookie’ as well as the successful ‘Insomniac’ and ‘Nimrod’ albums. In addition, such radio staples as ‘Longview,’ ‘Welcome to Paradise,’ ‘Basket Case,’ ‘When I Come Around,’ ‘Geek Stink Breath,’ ‘Brain Stew/Jaded,’ ‘Hitchin’ a Ride,’ and ‘Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)’ dominated the airwaves.

But there’s a lot to be said for the 2000s, where Green Day have issued six studio albums, including arguably their most successful release — 2004′s ‘American Idiot.’ There’s also ‘Warning,’ ’21st Century Breakdown’ and the trilogy of ‘Uno!,’ ‘Dos!’ and ‘Tre!’ As for their songs from the last decade-plus, ‘Minority,’ ‘Warning,’ ‘American Idiot,’ ‘Boulevard of Broken Dreams,’ ‘Holiday,’ ‘Wake Me Up When September Ends,’ ‘Jesus of Suburbia,’ ‘Know Your Enemy,’ ’21 Guns,’ ‘Oh Love’ and ‘Let Yourself Go’ were just a few of the tracks that helped catapult the band to superstardom."

I think this is a pretty intriguing poll and I am excited to see the results. In the comments below, let us know which era you voted for and why.
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May 2015
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May 04:
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6 year anniversary for the release of 21st Century Breakdown