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Today marks the worldwide digital release of Green Day's Demolicious, a compilation album of ¡UNO! ¡DOS¡ TRÉ! demos.

The album features 18 demo tracks from the band's ¡UNO! ¡DOS¡ TRÉ! recording sessions in 2012, including the previously unreleased "State of Shock" and an acoustic version of "Stay the Night."

The album is now available for purchase on iTunes across the world and Amazon MP3, selling for $14.99 in the US. If you subscribe to Spotify, the album is also now available to stream in the US and UK.

The digital release follows a Record Store Day exclusive physical release last month on April 19th. The album, released on vinyl, CD, and cassette, was the number one seller at this year's Record Store Day event.

Be sure to check out our review of the album. If you're more of a listener than a reader, take a listen to our special episode of the Static Noise Podcast where we talk all about Demolicious.

We have yet to hear of a physical release outside of Record Store Day. Hopefully there will be one so fans who missed out on Record Store Day can get their hands on a physical copy of the album.
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