Green Day's New Single

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  1. Shane@DARK.

    Shane@DARK. Company Representative

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    Well Green Day's got their new single out, "Know Your Enemy". I've always been a Green Day fan, mainly because of Tre Cool and his drumming skills.

    Anyway.

    I'm listening to this new single and I'm not sure how much I like it. I wouldn't classify it as punk, and it's very repetitive. Those of you that have heard it as well: what's your take?
     
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    aan310 Notebook Virtuoso

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    Eew... Green Day.... :(


    :p :p :p :p
     
  3. mrXniick

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    this album will be American Idiot part II...

    which means epic fail, and will be played on EVERY radio station and MTV for 2 years.
     
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    ryujin 2B or not 2B

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    mtv = epic fail
     
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    There are MUCH better drummers out there than Tre Cool
     
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    aan310 Notebook Virtuoso

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    wait is that actually his name?
     
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    wow green day is still alive? i thought they were dead long ago...
     
  8. Shane@DARK.

    Shane@DARK. Company Representative

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    Of course there are - Neil Peart, Terry Bozzio, Keith Moon, Steve Gadd - but I just always liked Tre Cool's style. It fits perfectly with the punk/pop/powerpop that the band plays, and it's very inventive.
     
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    Dont forget Josh Freese. One of the most versatile/talented drummers out there
     
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    Tinselworm Notebook Deity

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    aren't they like... 60 now?
     
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