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American Idiot
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by: Green Day


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Binding: Audio CD
Brand: Music CD
EAN: 0093624877721
Format: Explicit Lyrics
Item Dimensions: 4905602242
Label: Reprise
Languages: EnglishPublishedStereoEnglishOriginal LanguageStereoEnglishUnknownStereo
Manufacturer: Reprise
Model: 2031592
MPN: 093624877721
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: September 21, 2004
Publisher: Reprise
Release Date: September 21, 2004
Studio: Reprise

Features:
  • 1. American Idiot - 2:54
  • 2. Jesus of Suburbia: Jesus of Suburbia/City of the Damned/I Don't Care/De - 9:08
  • 3. Holiday - 3:52
  • 4. Boulevard of Broken Dreams - 4:20
  • 5. Are We the Waiting - 2:42



Disc 1:
  1. American Idiot
  2. Jesus Of Suburbia
  3. Holiday
  4. Boulevard Of Broken Dreams
  5. Are We The Waiting
  6. St. Jimmy
  7. Give Me Novacaine
  8. She's A Rebel
  9. Extraordinary Girl
  10. Letterbomb
  11. Wake Me Up When September Ends
  12. Homecoming
  13. Whatsername
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
The first original album since 2000 from modern rock superheroes Green Day, American Idiot is one of the most anticipated and controversial albums of the year. Scathing yet self-effacing as it tells the tale of Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong, American Idiot is the punk rock epic. "A bold, polished punk opera." (Entertainment Weekly) "They're the biggest, most successful, punk band the world has ever seen. What's more, Green Day's next album may well be their masterpiece." (Kerrang!)

Amazon.com:
For its first new set of music since 2000's Warning, Green Day tears up the blueprint and comes up with something unexpected: a punk rock concept album built around elaborate melodies, odd tempo changes, and a collection of songs that freely reference classic rock warhorses like the Beatles and Pink Floyd. "She's a Rebel" and "St. Jimmy" might sound like vintage Green Day, but the rest of the disc finds the Northern California trio trying on a variety of different guises: "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" is a cliché-strewn Foo Fighters-style power ballad; "Extraordinary Girl" floats on Indian strings; and the hushed "Wake Me Up When September Ends" wouldn't sound entirely out of place on a Jessica Simpson record. It doesn't always work. "Dearly Beloved" eerily resembles the Alarm's "68 Guns," while the title track eerily resembles something Green Day has already done far too many times. But, overall, American Idiot represents a promising step forward. --Aidin Vaziri



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