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Green Day Revolution Radio
1.) Description (Editorial Reviews)
This new album, “Revolution Radio” is a dream come true. It’s a punk band in their 40’s showing the youngsters how it’s done. The sound is reminiscent of American Idiot and 21st Century Breakdown (2 of their best-selling albums), yet takes on new territory. From start to finish, this album showcases the many styles of Green Day from folk (Somewhere Now) to Dance-punk (Say Goodbye) to arena rock (Forever Now) to classic Green Day-style punk rock (Bang Bang, Too Dumb to Die, and more). I know I have loved just about everything they have put out, and probably always will. But this album is amazing!
2.) Special Features
1.)This is exactly what I wanted from Green day. It's a great album and for me what I loved the most is it wasn't over produced. They're at the top of their game right now. I loved almost every song on this album first listen. First four songs and last three are rock solid. Typically on a album of a major band you'll figure atleast 1/4 or 1/3 will be filler, but I only found two songs I think they could've swapped out with a b-side. Love the album! If you're a Green Day fan or a rock fan in general this album is a must have!
2.)This album is solidly Green Day. Some of their albums slide closer to "pop" than what I generally prefer (as an overall album, anyway), but this album is fantastic. It flows well from song to song. There are some great tunes in here (that will probably make it to the radio). Bang Bang was a great lead single, but Still Breathing was far and away the reason I bought this album. Though I remain infatuated with Still Breathing, Revolution Radio, and Young Blood are some of the more alternative songs and ultimately my current favorites. I do like Somewhere Now and Forever Now (which are plays on each other) and Ordinary World, which is where the album slows down and shows the Green Day range.This album, like many other albums and songs from Green Day, has political overtones throughout the whole album. This culminates with Troubled Times, but can be heard across most of the entire album.
3.)Dookie was one of the first albums I ever listened to from start to finish and currently remains one of my favorites albums across any and all artists. This album takes me back to how good of an album that is. I may have come on the scene pretty early in Green Day's career, but no matter when or why you came on to them, this will be an album you enjoy.
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