Musique Plus Studios in Montreal, QC
April 24, 2001
  • Recordings from this show can be found here
  • Jayjaded: "Good times, small show - like 150 people."
  • Roland H.: "On April 24 I got the chance to be inside the studio for Green Day's interview/concert at Musique Plus (a Canadian version of MTV) in Montreal. The only shitty thing was that I was in the back to could only see the tops of their heads so I had a better view watching the overhead monitors. Here are some highlights: they previewed the video for Waiting, and Billie said that this was illegal what they were doing (since the video isn't finished and copyrighted yet); the Billie Joe for President clips were shown. Billie mentioned that he hates Bush and Gore, and that he supported Ralph Nader; Tre said that he (meaning himself) may be stupid, but Bush is dangerous as he can destroy the world by pushing a button; Billie Joe was asked what his kids listen to (Bob Marley). After the half hour interview, the guys played an AWESOME show! They started off with Church on Sunday, and did a lot of stuff from Warning. The only older songs they did were Who Wrote Holden Caulfield? and Basket Case. When they finished they were scooted up a staircase which was too bad as everyone hoped to meet and talk to them. My friends and I were waiting outside hoping they would come out later (I was lucky enough to meet them like that after the Insomniac and Nimrod shows in Montreal), but after about 2 hours we gave up. I did get to talk to their roadie/guitar tech Timmy Chunks who was really nice."
Photos from Montreal, QC
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1. Church On Sunday
2. Blood, Sex And Booze
3. Castaway
4. Waiting
5. Warning
6. Platypus (I Hate You)
7. Basket Case
8. Who Wrote Holden Caulfield?
9. Minority
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