Green Day - Redundant
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Veteran punks complete their filler-filled trilogy, and stagger across the finish line looking badly in need of a lie-down
- Dec 7, 2012
They tried to make Billie-Joe go to rehab – and he went. Now for part two of the Cali pop-punks’ troubled trilogy
- Nov 9, 2012
The first part of this ambitious trilogy, ‘¡Uno!’ fails to thrill
- Sep 21, 2012
Dirnt will help bring 'Crickets' to life
'Two And A Half Men' played a host of Green Day songs in Oakland, California
Band will release 18 demos from ¡Uno!, ¡Dos! and ¡Tré! sessions on April 19
Green Day - Redundant: Wikipedia Album Entry
Before the Nimrod sessions, Billie Joe Armstrong's marriage had been deteriorating, with the singer arguing with his wife Adrienne Armstrong constantly. Influenced by this conflict, Armstrong reflected on the relationship from two standpoints; the first being his passion for his wife, the second being the repetitious pattern that the relationship had fallen into. The phrase "I love you" had lost its effectiveness and seemed to be said merely out of routine.
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