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When I first heard Greenday, some years ago I loved them. I couldnt buy thier albumn fast enough or play them enough times. They had the funniest, catchiest lyrics of the time, within their genre and you just couldnt help singing Greenday songs on the schoolbus at the back with all the other 'weirdos'. Unfortunately since punk became popular, Greenday seem to have focused more on pleasing the masses to make themselves rich than their music as it has definately gone downhill. Maybe the mid - life crisis has started to kick in, or they want to make some more money quickly and then retire, I don't know. Although their songs are still catchy singalongs, they are no longer funny, which not that long ago I would have said was characteristic of Greenday. Pity. It looks as though it wont be long before another once good band truly bites the dust.
GREEN DAY Jesus Of Suburbia (2005 UK limited edition 10 single pressed on YELLOW VINYL and ... more
is a remarkable nine-minute long five-part song the Fifth single to be taken from their album American Idiot also including St Jimmy [VH1 Storytellers Version] stickered PVC sleeve) 1. Jesus Of Suburbia - Album Version2. St Jimmy - VH1 Storytellers Version