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Vicci Martinez - Come Along ft. Cee-Lo Green
Throughout the "Walking Contradiction" video, the guys cause mayhem throughout their city without even noticing or being aware. It really reaches an extreme when we see Mike pressing a pedestrian crossing button that explicitly says not to use it, causing an explosion to ensue that blows a worker out of the crane he was working in. Nimrod compared to Insomniac, and Warning compared to all previous albums. It's arguably their most radio-friendly output yet. Bullet in a Bible , recorded from their American Idiot world tour. Awesome as Fuck , recorded from their 21st Century Breakdown world tour. Unfortunately, the recent stuff is pretty badly clipped. Several, including but not limited to "Scattered", "Whatsername", and "Sweet 16". Scattered Open up the past and present now and we are there Story to tell and I am listening Open the past and present and the future too It's all I've got and I'm giving it to you Whatsername It seems like forever ago The regrets are useless in my mind She's in my head, I must confess The regrets are useless in my mind She's in my head from so long ago Sweet 16 Old days are fine, but left so far behind From California to Jane street The kids are alright, alright as they'll ever be Cause you will always be my You will always be my sweet 16 Lyrical Dissonance: The happy songs usually have some dark themes. And "Revolution Radio" is a surprisingly upbeat rallying call inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement. Billie Joe has used this on several songs. The best example is the chorus of "Take Back", which is nothing but this. He starts the bridge in "Letterbomb" with one. He lets out several during "Makeout Party", but has an especially long one during the solo. Nimrod has both "Platypus I Hate You " which is probably the dirtiest Green Day song ever, played right after the relatively mellow "Worry Rock", and "Take Back", a punk-metal anger song, which is followed by the deliriously happy-sounding "King for a Day. The list goes on. On 21st Century Breakdown there's "Christian's Inferno", a fast paced punk rock song full of rage and adrenaline, which is followed by "Last Night on Earth", a piano-heavy love ballad you could slow-dance to. On Revolution Radio, this is obvious in spades. Mohs Scale of Rock and Metal Hardness: Varies wildly, but probably averaging around 5 or 6. Look up any live video, especially where Billie's smashed off his ass, and you can barely tell what he's saying if you haven't heard the studio versions of the songs beforehand, or looked up the lyrics at any points. Even on some studio recordings of songs, he can sometimes be hard to understand. Usually, though, he's pretty clear in what he's saying in most other studio recordings. Warning was much more upbeat and poppy than their previous albums, especially when compared to Insomniac. Many of their albums can be considered this. Insomniac is much darker both lyrically and musically than Dookie or Kerplunk. By this time, we shouldn't even need to mention American Idiot. Where do we begin? This video may be one of the single most recognizable and famous music videos of the whole of the 90s, considering its insanely striking colours and its setting in a mental institution. The band is on a couch being taken through a landfill by a bulldozer, and the only colours of the footage are in a dull sepia tone The video tells a very heart-rendering story about a boyfriend and girlfriend whose relationship is torn apart when the boyfriend enlists in the army, breaking his promise to never leave the girlfriend. To make matters worse, he dies at war. Stars the album's two protagonists Christian and Gloria as they take refuge in a room after robbing a bank, hiding as the police open fire and rip apart the house with their bullets. When the attack is over, the two perform the same Big Damn Kiss seen on the album cover. The first verse shows grey-scale footage of the band riding motorcycles in the desert, and the second verse cuts to coloured footage of the band walking through the crowd of a party quite awesomely at that and performing on-stage. Green Day's performance of the song is treated as a football game , complete with a slew of excited fans and a locker room strategy review. We even see a fan get by the security and tackle Billie Joe onstage which is then replayed in a football replay manner , and we also see people fighting very viciously over a water bottle that Mike kicks into the crowd. For example, Billie Joe throws a stick onto the road, snagging the front wheel of the bicyclist behind him. A car then comes along and mows down the bicycle. The videos for "Holiday" and "Boulevard" coincide perfectly through a conjoined narrative, which makes sense as "Holiday" fades perfectly into "Boulevard". Dedicated a track on Uno! No one seems to bat an eye at that, though. Possibly because that's one of the many songs in which Billie Joe is very hard to understand. The exact line being, "Because the martyr was a compulsive liar when he said 'It's just a bunch of niggers throwing gas into the hysteria. All four members of the band are in their early forties, but you'd never be able to tell. Billie Joe looks around , if this photo taken in has any indication. Jimmy despite being 38 at the time. Not so much in Mike Dirnt's case anymore as he's aged quite dramatically in recent years, almost to the point of being Younger Than They Look.
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