Green Day announce ‘Turn It Around: The Story Of East Bay Punk’ home release and vinyl soundtrack

The punk-rockers premiered the doc in May last year

Green Day‘s documentary, Turn It Around: The Story Of East Bay Punk, is coming to Blu-ray/DVD, with an accompanying vinyl soundtrack.

The legendary punk-rockers executive produced the film, which is narrated by Iggy Pop. It focuses on the renowned punk rock area Gilman Street in San Francisco and includes interviews with members of Guns N’ Roses, Neurosis, Spitboy and The Beatnigs. Corbett Redford, who is also working on the film Year Zero: The Politics of Punk, directed the project.

Now, Green Day have announced that the film will be available to own from June 22 – and promise some unseen footage.


What’s more, fans will be able to get their hands on a 35-track vinyl collection. The LPs include rare, unreleased material from Green Day, Rancid and more. Check out the tracklist below.

1. Crimpshrine – Another Day
2. Fang – I Wanna Be On TV
3. Christ On Parade – Thoughts of War
4. Special Forces – Berkeley Hardcore
5. Corrupted Morals – Be All You Can Be
6. Neurosis – United Sheep
7. Sewer Trout – Wally and Beaver Go To Nicaragua
8. The Lookouts – Mendocino Homeland
9. Isocracy – Hippie Man
10. Soup – Control

11. Sweet Children – Sweet Children (Demo)
12. MTX – At Gilman Street
13. Sweet Baby – She’s From Salinas
14. Kwik Way – Pacifica On Saturday
15. Kamala and the Karnivores – Back To Bodie
16. Jawbreaker – Equalized (Demo, J. Robbins Mix)
17. Crimpshrine – Summertime
18. Operation Ivy – Hedgecore
19. Beatnigs – Television

20. Operation Ivy – Unity
21. Filth – The List
22. Blatz – Berkeley Is My Baby (And I Wanna Kill It)
23. Econochrist – Epidemic
24. Spitboy – Sexism Impressed
25. Yeastie Girlz – Yeast Power
26. Nuisance – Dragonfly (Brouhaha version)
27. Monsula – Firecracker
28. Pinhead Gunpowder – Losers of the Year

29. Pansy Division – Luv Luv Luv
30. The Potatomen – On The Avenue
31. Jawbreaker – Condition Oakland
32. NOFX – I’m Telling Tim
33. Rancid – Journey To The End of the East Bay
34. Green Day – Welcome To Paradise (Kerplunk)
35. The Armstrongs – If There Was Ever a Time


Meanwhile, Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong recently hit back at suggestions that the band will break up.

In April, the frontman released his debut LP with his new band The Longshot. The project left many fans questioning the current status of Green Day.

“Some of you are asking about Green Day and if there’s anything wrong, or if we’re breaking up,” Armstrong said on Instagram. “The answer is: no.”

He added: “I am having some fun with some of my friends. I am what you call ‘a musician’. Some people have a hard time calling it that sometimes. With that said, shut the fuck up. You’re a fucking whiner, and I’m playing music because that’s what I’m supposed to do. That’s what people that play guitar, and drums, and bass, and they sing – this is what we do.”