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    Green Day

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    of 1988, Sweet Children performed their first show at 924 Gilman, with John Kiffmeyer on drums. A few months later, in 1989, the band gained enough recognition to be signed with Lookout! Records. After being signed the band change their name to Green Day and released two EPs and one album over the following year. Soon the band left for their first tour, an idea that was strongly supported by Billie Joe’s mother, “My mom sort of let me do whatever I wanted,” he later said. “When I quit school, she

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    Politics in the Music of Green Day

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    Politics in Music Every day we live our lives exercising the right of freedom of expression. In our country, everyone is entitled to his/her own opinions and are allowed to express those opinions freely and openly except in different circumstances where the state determines when (if) a limitation of this freedom is necessary. What happens when this threshold is breached? How has the freedom of expression affected the music industry? How has this all affected society? Green Day is punk rock musical

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    and Roll Professor Patterson April 18th, 2014 Green Day “Dookie” The Rock album I have chosen is “Dookie” by Green Day. This album was released in February 1st, 1994 by Fantasy Studios in Berkeley, California or Reprise Records in New York. Green Day's band members include Billie Joe Armstrong (Guitar and Vocalist), Tre Cool (Drums), Mike Dirnt (Bass), Jason White (Guitar), and Al Sobrante (Drums.) The main composers of this album was the band Green Day, Billie Joe Armstrong and Mike Dirnt as the

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    Van Morrison's Brown Eyed Girl Song

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    that time the song’s legend and popularity have grown to unprecedented heights. Many artists have redone the song, some with a similar music style to Morrison (like Jimmy Buffet), and others of a completely different genre like the punk rock band Green Day. In my essay I will argue that the stylistic differences between the two songs are not a barrier. Rather, in combination with the similarities associating with cover songs, they form a bridge between two genres. In this case, it is achieved by expanding

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    Battle of the Bands

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    obsessions would be Green day. After a couple of years went by, I changed to Blink 182 and it has been so ever since. The other day I was thinking about how big of a transformation it really was. To an average person, these two bands have very little in common besides the obvious number of band members and the general genre. Although Green day and Blink 182 has different career inclinations, fans, and personalities, they are both very serious about their music. Green day started way back in 1989

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    Green Day is an American punk rock band formed in 1987. The band consists of lead vocalist and guitarist Billie Joe Armstrong, bassist and backing vocalist Mike Dirnt, drummer Tré Cool and guitarist and backing vocalist Jason White. Green Day is one of the worlds best-selling groups of all time, selling over 75 million albums worldwide. They are best knowen for their realease of the song "American Idiot" on September 20th 2004 which can be found on their "American Idiot" Album. American Idiot quickly

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    21st Century Breakdown of American Idiots

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    I was first introduced to the band Green Day when I listened to their song “Good Riddance” on their album Warning when it was released in 1997. I continued to listen to Green Day’s music throughout my teenage years after they released their next two albums, American Idiot and 21st Century Breakdown. When I was young I enjoyed Green Day’s music because it was fun to listen and sing along with, but as I grew older and actually started interpreting the lyrics of their songs I realized that there was

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    Welcome to Life

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    Welcome to Life "Dear mother, can you hear me whining? (Green Day)" When something was difficult what did you do, especially when you were a young child? You whined. That was the way you got people to pay attention to you. You hoped that this way they could make life better for you. Complaining to your mother will make everything better. That is the logic that many young children are taught. Life is different as you reach different stages and becomes more difficult each time you reach a new

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    How the Ramones Influenced Rock and Roll Joey Romone stated, “There is nobody as good as the Ramones, never will be. I mean, everybody’s just emulated us, and now everybody just kinda takes our sound as their foundations,” (Brainyquote). This proves that the Ramones has had a huge impact on rock. The Romones are the most influential rock band in the 20th century because they sparked the Punk rock bomb in the UK and The United States, they initiated many notorious trends in the punk rock industry

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    people sexual preference. The next song that talks about Billie’s political view is the song called “Governator”. This song talks about the governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger. The reason for writing this song was due to the fact that Green Day was not happy with how the voting for Governor went. They thought people only voted for Arnold because he was a famous actor and not because of his political views. They say that he is like the role he plays in Terminator, a brainless killing machine

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