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Demolicious

Green Day

Demolicious

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  • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.

Type: Compilation

Sampling: 44,1 kHz

Source: CD

Tracks: 18

Language: English

Total size: 143.83 Mb

Year: 2014

Total price: $2.16


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04:06
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02:55
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03:39
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02:28
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03:00
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03:25
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02:47
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03:12
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04:40
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03:03
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17
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03:41
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18
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03:09
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Green Day has officially made their comeback, bigger, bolder, and brasher than ever before. Although their trilogy of albums, Uno, Dos, and Tre had great tracks and was a very admirable project for this California-based trio to undertake, many complain that although the songs were great, the vocals and instrumentals were bland and overprocessed. Fear not. This album is many of the tracks from Uno, Dos, Tre. However, the difference is that these are the demo tracks (hence the name "Demolicious"). Billie Joe's vocals are as crisp and nasal as before, and the tracks are reminiscent of the Dookie-era days, but with the refinement of the American Idiot and 21st Century Breakdown era. The opening track, "99 Revolutions" (some may recognize this track from the film "The Campaign), ushers in this album with a bang and hooks the listener in. The album then explores tracks form Uno, Dos, and Tre; all of the best tracks, none of the mediocre tracks. And Green Day does an extraordinary job at picking what they consider their best tracks. From the riveting drum line of "Angel Blue" to the retro-feeling of "Oh Love," to the power anthem of "Carpe Diem," you will not fine any mediocre tracks on this album, no sir. There is one new track that Green Day added, "State of Shock" and fans will be pleasantly surprised to find that it fits right into the genre of this album. This album has combined the best of two eras: the brashness and garage-rock sound of the Dookie era, and the refinement, subtle meanings, and crisper sound of the American Idiot era. Combining these two time periods has surely made an album that you don't want to miss out on!

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