Rolling Stone is counting down their 50 best albums of 2016 and Green Day's Revolution Radio has checked in at #14 on their list.

"Having completed the slightly improbable journey from Bay Area punkers to rock elder statesmen, Green Day decided to take on the state of the world on their 12th LP, which depicted the American psychosis with a slew of thundering tracks – and a few lighter ones, too, like delicate album closer "Ordinary World" and the steely yet triumphant "Still Breathing." Anchored by Mike Dirnt's bouncing-ball basslines and Tre Cool's frantic drumming, leader Billie Joe Armstrong tackles social ills and personal demons in taut songs that recall the band's early-21st-century high points, while adding just enough timeworn wisdom to reflect 2016's frayed state of the union."


Besting Revolution Radio are albums from Beyoncé, David Bowie, Radiohead, and Leonard Cohen to name a few. You can view the entire list by clicking here.
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