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Last year we introduced a new articles section on GDA which houses all the magazine scans we've collected over the years that feature Green Day. It's currently 151 articles from 49 magazines with nearly 750 pages of articles, definitely one of the collections I'm most proud that we've been able to keep and build over the years.

We've just updated the section with some better navigation to allow you to read through articles and find stuff you want much easier. You can sort by magazine to browse through there if you're looking for something specific.

To celebrate these improvements we've added a new 33 page article from 1995 from Starline magazine. It's an expose looking at the two newest and biggest bands onto the rock scene, Green Day and The Offspring. The article talks about Dookie's success but also writes about the history of the band and each member. It's a pretty interesting read to see how things looked to Green Day and the music scene 17 years ago. Thanks to @pasalaska for sending these scans to us.

Here's a quote from the article:
"One thing's certain about Green Day: you never know what to expect from these Bay Area boys day to day, except a committment to be the best they can be at what they do for a living (and at partying!). Concludes Armstrong with a smile, "Mike and Tre are the people I most like to play music with. And that's the most credibility you can have to stay true to your music." Add Mike Dirnt, "We fought our way out. And now we get to have what we want."

Check out the full thing in the articles section.
Contactmusic.com has included Green Day's new song "Amy" in a list of artists who've shown tribute to the late singer Amy Winehouse. Green Day debuted the song "Amy" at their surpise show in Costa Mesa, California in August 2011. After ... read story
In celebration of the 20th Anniversary of Green Day's Kerplunk! record, the Green Day Community has got together to make this collaberative video, paying homage to the classic album, originally released on Lookout! Records, on this day in ... read story
The UnNamed Festival is born, and is hereby named The "KerPUNK" festival - thank you, Mr. Larry Livermore. Finally, the time has come to announce the worst kept secret since sliced bread secrets! There will be a 2 day music festival ... read story
In honor of the twentieth anniversary of Kerplunk's release today, some members of the GDA and GDC staff have written their reflections on the album and its key tracks. Join us in listening to the album in full today to celebrate. ... read story
Back in October we posted that Billie Joe will be guest starring on the Showtime show "Nurse Jackie." At the time, we didn't know a premiere date for that,. but now we do! April 8th, at 9pm EST on Showtime, the new season of the show kicks ... 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
Back in 1992 while Green Day was touring for the Kerplunk album, they made a stop at radio station WMFU in New Jersey to play a set of songs. That live performance was then broadcast on air for listeners in the area to hear. Nearly 20 ... read story
...and a son of a bitch! 16 My favourite part... Look at my friends and see what they've done Ask myself why they've had to change I like them better when they were young There's something about this song that I've come to respect and ... read story
For the past hour or so Green Day has trending on twitter worldwide with the hashtag #GreenDayFamily. I personally think this is a great Twitter trend and it shows what a lovely Green Day family that we all have. If you have ever been to ... read story
It's kind of a sad day in Green Day history as Alterntive Press writes that Lookout Records - the label founded by Larry Livermore and gave Green Day their first record deal in the late 80's - officially closes down. Larry left Lookout in ... read story
Green Day have once again been included in a Gibson Top-10 list. Today, they're counting down the ten best rhythm sections and Green Day's track "Longview" has made the cut. Coming in at number nine, Gibson gives props to Mike and Tré for ... read story
Gibson.com has included Green Day "lost album" Cigarettes and Valentines in their list of the "10 Great Albums That Were Shelved or Abandoned". This intended follow-up to Green Day's 2000 album, Warning, never saw the light of day for one ... 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
When Green Day was first starting out, before they made it big, the band held other day jobs to rise money for touring and other band related expenses. Mike Dirnt worked in a restaurant as a short-order cook and the restaurant bug never ... read story
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