In celebration of Dookie's upcoming 18th birthday, this week's Song of the Week is its 7th track and 3rd single, the super-hit Basket Case. The song reached the number 1 spot on the Billboard Modern Rock chart at the time of its release and ... read story
In honor of the (second) best song of the week contest beginning with voting for the best song from 1,039 Smoothed Out Slappy Hours on our forum, this week's song is my favorite song from this album "At the Library." Released on July 1, ... read story
It's Kerplunk's 20th birthday tomorrow, so to celebrate that momentous anniversary this week's Song of the Week is the 10th song from that album; the brooding and reflective No One Knows. Musically, No One Knows has to be the most unique ... read story
Seeing as it's back-to-school time for many a Green Day fan, this week's Song of the Week is the classroom-inspired 409 In Your Coffee Maker, originally released in 1990 on the Slappy EP, but better known these days as track 13 off 1039/ ... read story
To join in with the partying mood of New Year's Eve/New Year's Day, this week's Song of the Week is the dance-inducing Stop Drop and Roll by Green Day's side-band the Foxboro Hot Tubs. Stop Drop and Roll is the first track off the album of ... read story
In the spirit of the holidays, we've decided to highlight a few of Green Day's takes on classic Christmas songs. Even though they've never released an official Christmas album nor an original Christmas song, they have on several occasions ... read story
Song of the Week this week is the pulsating You Lied, originally a b-side to the Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life) single released in 1997, but better known as track 3 off the b-side compilation album, Shenanigans, released in 2002. You ... read story
Song of the Week this week is the apathetic Burnout, the opening track off Green Day's major-label debut, Dookie, released in February of 1994. The inspiration for this week's SotW came from the newly uploaded Green Day interview from Italy ... read story
This week's song is "Scattered", track number five on Green Day's fifth full-length album. Nimrod was released on October 14, 1997, three years after they broke into the mainstream with Dookie. The immense popularity of "Good Riddance (Time ... read story
Song of the Week this week is the Insomniac b-side Do Da Da, originally released in 1996 on the Brain Stew/Jaded single, but more commonly known as track 12 off the 2002 b-side compilation album Shenanigans. Do Da Da was originally ... read story
This week's Song of the Week is the eternally popular F.O.D off Green Day's major label debut, Dookie, released in 1994. The song is the 14th and final track on the album (aside from the hidden All By Myself) and is probably one of the most ... read story
This week's Song of the Week is live anthem Minority off Green Day's 6th album Warning, released in 2000. Minority was Warning's first single, released in October 2000, and spent 5 weeks in the number 1 spot on the Billboard Modern Rock ... read story
This week's Song of the Week is the as-yet unreleased track Stay the Night, originally played at the sound check for the 2010 Dublin show, and more recently played with other new songs at the four secret Green Day shows. According to ... read story
In celebration of the great Halloween tradition of dressing up in costumes, this week's Song of the Week is the fabulous King for a Day off Green Day's eclectic 5th studio album, Nimrod, released in 1997. The song has been a live favourite ... read story
This week's Song of the Week is the incredibly dark Christian's Inferno off Green Day's 2009 album 21st Century Breakdown. The song is one that often pops up on peoples' 'least favourite Green Day songs' list, so it was chosen as SotW to ... read story
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