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Join us as we take a trip down memory lane and dive deep into the iconic album that changed the face of punk rock forever. In this review, we explore every track, dissect the lyrics, and uncover the lasting impact of Green Day's "Dookie." From the rebellious anthems like "Basket Case" to the heartfelt ballads like "When I Come Around," we'll break down what makes this album an absolute masterpiece. Whether you're a die-hard Green Day fan or just discovering the magic of "Dookie" for the first time, this review will give you a newfound appreciation for this genre-defining album. Don't miss out on our in-depth analysis and celebration of this punk rock classic! 0:00 Green Day Dookie Song Review Begins 0:40 Burnout 2:20 Having a Blast 4:40 Chump 6:35 Longview 8:20 Welcome to Paradise 10:35 Pulling Teeth 12:20 Basket Case 14:30 She 16:00 Sassafras Roots 17:20 When I Come Around 18:35 Coming Clean 20:35 Emenius sleepus 21:40 In the End 23:25 F.O.D. 27:15 Dude's Scratch 28:35 Grimm's Scratch #greenday #punk #punkrock
It was the summer of 1994. I had just finished my freshman year in high school, spent a week recording my first album with my church youth group band, and Green Day's Dookie was cranked in all of our car stereos. This week on Waterproof Records I reminisce about this very specific window of time when pop punk interrupted all the alternative music seriousness and reminded us have fun again.
Dookie by Green Day was released nearly 30 years ago. How has the album aged? Does it still hold up? Has it aged like a fine wine, or is it just a pile of dookie? Enjoy our episode as we answer these questions and go behind the scenes with one of the most iconic albums of the 90's #greenday #dookie #punkrock
Starting as an NBC page in the mid-80's, Jim Pitt eventually landed a dream job, for many: music booker for Saturday Night Live. From Nirvana's debut on network television to Sinead O'Connor's impactful and headline-making performance, Pitt booked it all starting in 1990, including mega-star appearances from Whitney Houston, Bruce Springsteen and Neil Young. Three years in, Pitt took his talents to David Letterman's replacement at Late Night, a young upstart named Conan O'Brien. There, not only would Pitt give future Rock Hall inductees like Radiohead, Green Day and Sheryl Crow their first-ever US TV performances, but O'Brien's unique wit often led to household names like David Bowie and U2 participating in hilariously scripted bits. On today's show, Pitt recalls all of this and more, walking us through decades of amazing television memories, as well as his move from Conan to Jimmy Kimmel Live! in 2017, and when exactly hosts began holding up vinyl again for the home audience, versus compact discs. Follow Jim on Instagram @jimpitt13, and watch Jimmy Kimmel Live! on your local ABC affiliate.
This week, we cover killer whales' indifference to metal music while attacking boats and The Hives' possibly accidental ingenious move to 'franchise' their brand for cover bands. We also talked about Billie Joe Armstrong's explanation for Green Day's avoidance of political music. Then there was news about MGK contemplating changing his name, so we asked ChatGPT to come up with some new names he should go by. Somewhere in all of this we also pick who we'd rather marry: Britney Spears or Christina Aguilera.Support the showAs always, thanks for listening!If you're interested in supporting our show, you can do so here.Want even more news? Sign up for our weekly newsletter and get all of the relevant music news from the week. It really is the best way to keep up with all of the happenings from the scene. Sign up now!Check out our merch store here!Are you a fan of the scene and want to be a guest on the pod? Fill out the form here.Please consider rating and reviewing this podcast. A solid rating can really help us reach more listeners just like you.
Tune in as the duo introduces a brand new segment to the podcast where they vlog their experiences in different countries. In the first of many series, the duo pays a visit to Uncle Sam and visits USA! Listen in as they share their experiences and stories of traveling to America for their overdue Honeymoon. They talk about it all, from seeing their favourite childhood bands like Blink-182, Green Day, All Time Low and many more, at the When We Were Young Festival, to seeing the amazing sights and sounds of the Grand Canyon and Joshua Tree National Park, and so much more on their 3 week adventure. In addition to the travel show, Joshua and Janine take time to record from their home studio to discuss their position on the 1$r@el and P@le$t!ne conflict, have a brief debate on the 5 day work week and Joshua being scammed by a plant store. Send your questions/comments/suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org, or slide into our DM and follow us on Instagram @HalfANiceDayPodcast. You can use the below Google Forms link to reach us - https://bit.ly/3iZ1ZRT --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/halfanicedaypodcast/message
Michael Balazo (comedian, Evil Men) returns to the show for a block that may not be surprising in nature given the person in question, but it might be surprising that Michael displays a great amount of valiance and support for a loved one after Graham and his followers chase after her in a weird way online. This episode displays a great amount of valiance as well, as we discuss fighting each other, Grey Cup halftime shows, betting on Green Day, shaving in public, weird hockey teammates, and Stefan prepares to fly to Australia. Plus, Michael has a tweet go viral that gets us talking Benny Hill, Stefan deletes his Twitter account, and John sees a Twitter joke that is so rooted in Twitter's old days that it gets us nostalgic. If you want to get nostalgic for the early days of this podcast, supporting the show over at patreon.com/blockedparty for $5/month will get you access to our ENTIRE back catalogue of bonus episodes! That's over 100! Wowee! Plus, we're still releasing three new ones every damn month! Last week, our good friend Charlie Demers returned for a mailbag episode, and very soon, the second episode of BPD&D3 with Mike and Jesse will arrive and it promises to be as insane as the first. We also have ad-free episodes, an exclusive Discord, merch discounts, and MORE! Michael Balazo is a comedian whose new album, "Michael 1, Comedy, 0" is available wherever you get your music and/or comedy. You can also listen to him on the great Evil Men podcast every week, and you can follow him on Twitter at @mbalazo. This episode is also available in video format on our YouTube. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this revealing conversation I had with Zac Carper of FIDLAR, we talk about everything from the scrappy and crazy beginning of his journey, to his struggles with addiction, and his maturing into a fully self-aware human strengthened by his belief in the power of positive thinking. Now clean and sober, Zac appreciates even more the life he lives on the road, where he gets to share his deep love of live performance with his devoted fans, the so-called FIDIOTS. Embodying a new perspective on life and his art, Zac and I exchange views on how best to battle the games the brain can play, and how to escape that often self-destructive road -- it's an epic and enlightening conversation. FIDLAR's latest EP, That's Life, their first in four years, marks a new era for a band that's had its share of challenges but is proud of where they are now and equally excited about the future. I'm truly psyched to share this enlightening conversation with Zac on this latest episode of Roadcase!! For more information on Roadcase: https://linktr.ee/roadcasepod and https://www.roadcasepod.comContact: email@example.comRoadcase theme music: "Eugene (Instrumental)" by Waltzer
Green Day - The American Dream Is Killing Me The Ting Tings - That's Not My Name Talking Heads - Psycho Killer Bill Ryder Jones - This Can't Go On FFF - Barbès Pink Floyd - The Great Gig In The Sky (Remaster) Dolly Parton - World On Fire Elvis Presley - A Little Less Conversation The Feelies - I Heard Her Call My Name The Runaways - Cherry Bomb Corey Taylor - Post Traumatic Blues Gilberto Cerzo - California Dreamin' (Rock Version) Phoenix - Everything Is Everything Gun N' Roses - Yesterdays Sleaford Mods - Big Pharma Joan Baez - Diamonds And Rust Marilyn Manson - Tainted Love ZZ Top - Gimme All Your Lovin' (Live from Texas) Procol Harum - A Whiter Shade Of Pale Suicidal Tendencies - Monopoly On Sorrow Alias - Cursed Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Burning James Brown - I Got You (I Feel Good) Feeder - Buck Rogers Foals - Cassius The Hives - Bogus Operandi Siouxsie And The Banshees - Cities In Dust
On this episode of The Steve Dangle Podcast, the best sport time zone (00:00), more fallout from Columbus scratching Patrik Laine (05:30), Jack Campbell gets a shutout (35:00), Adam is still upset about Alex Kerfoot (42:45), the New York Islanders are struggling (55:00), trying more Swedish chocolate (1:10:00), other Global Series locations (1:23:00), and Steve hates Green Day (1:39:00). Visit this episode's sponsors: If you want to take ownership of your health, it starts with AG1. Try AG1 and get a FREE 1-year supply of Vitamin D3K2 AND 5 free AG1 Travel Packs with your first purchase. Go to drinkAG1.com/sdp. Use code SDP for $20 off your first SeatGeek order. https://seatgeek.onelink.me/RrnK/SDP Make your brain your friend, with BetterHelp. Visit BetterHelp.com/sdp today to get 10% off your first month. Follow us on Twitter:@Steve_Dangle, @AdamWylde, & @JesseBlake Follow us on Instagram:@SteveDangle, @AdamWylde, & @Jesse.Blake For general inquiries email: firstname.lastname@example.org Reach out to https://www.sdpn.ca/sales to connect with our sales team and discuss the opportunity to integrate your brand within our content! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Green Day sits down with Myles Galloway to chat about the recording process for their new album Saviors, the success of The American Dream is Killing Me, Look Ma No Brains. Green Day tell Myles about their love of playing for Canadians, shouting out Vancouver, Victoria, and Edmonton - and how #billiejoearmstrong is technically a Canadian-in-Law! Myles shows #greenday some old video from the early 90s, chat about documentary potential, and how excited they are for the Saviors Tour! Finally, Myles gets the band's thoughts about a potential #oaklandathletics move to Las Vegas!
Matt gets calls on Biblical Theology. Matt has answers on Biblical Theology. The sound bites are from Roy Rogers "Happy Trails To You," "I've Had The Time Of My Life" by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes, "Had The Time Of Your Life," by Green Day, "Goodbye," by Nylons, and "Goodbye My Friend," by Linda Rondstadt. The questions come from people all over the world. We've compiled the six most memorable of the week. Number 6 to #1!
The Montreal Alouettes are your Grey Cup Champions! Michaela and Jeannine break down the game, and the incredible journey that the Als have gone on this year. And of course, they talk about the Grey Cup halftime performance by Green Day! Plus... a special announcement. Find us: Twitter: @MouchoirPodcast Michaela: @Schreids Jeannine: @OttawaJay Music: Bensound Squares
Are Flogging Molly Nu? Nope. Are they awesome? Yes!! Dennis Casey sits down with Joshua Toomey at Louder Than Life to talk touring, early days of Warped Tour and following Green Day on a mainstage. Dennis recalls the stage still smelling of gasoline from the guys in Green Day setting their instruments on fire. Dennis gives his top 5 things he needs on tour. The guys also dive into their love of Elvis. Check out Flogging Molly's latest album, Anthem, out now.Nu Pod on Instagram @nupod1999 Joshua Toomey on Facebook/Twitter @talktoomeytalk Ro Kohli on Facebook/Twitter @warmachinemerch Subscribe to KNOTFEST YouTube for exclusive performances & in-depth interviews with the most exciting artists in aggressive music, deep dives into iconic artists' discography, and more. Website: http://www.knotfest.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KNOTFEST Twitter: https://twitter.com/KNOTFEST Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/knotfest #nupod #floggingmolly #knotfest
This week, When We Were Young Fest announced their 2024 emo lineup. This time it was with an emphasis on bands playing their respective iconic album in full. However, social media noticed there was one glaring issue with the lineup: it heavily lacked a female presence. With social media ablaze, When We Were Young Fest suddenly entered damage control and started announcing new bands to the lineup... and those new bands all happened to be female-fronted groups. So what say you? Do you think When We Were Young Fest messed up and are now trying to save face? This episode has us debating these exact questions.Elsewhere in the episode, we discuss Charlotte Sands' new song "pity", Green Day having a good week, and Spotify's new royalty payment policy that probably isn't as bad as most initially thought.Support the showAs always, thanks for listening!If you're interested in supporting our show, you can do so here.Want even more news? Sign up for our weekly newsletter and get all of the relevant music news from the week. It really is the best way to keep up with all of the happenings from the scene. Sign up now!Check out our merch store here!Are you a fan of the scene and want to be a guest on the pod? Fill out the form here.Please consider rating and reviewing this podcast. A solid rating can really help us reach more listeners just like you.
Green Day, icône des années 90, suscite la réflexion. Pourquoi la difficulté à assumer le temps qui passe ? Influence du public, des artistes ou de l'industrie? Discussion culture et société avec Jean-François BarilPour de l'information concernant l'utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr
Im Erscheinungsjahr 1968 war das Album ein echter Flop — mittlerweile ist es das meistverkaufte Kinks-Album überhaupt. Bekannt wurden sie durch Single-Hits wie "You Really Got Me" oder "Sunny Afternoon". Auf ihrem Album "The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society" sind zwar keine großen Hits, dafür umso mehr spannende Kompositionen. Die Kinks gehen deutlich weg von ihrem Image als Single-Hit Komponisten hin zu dramaturgisch denkenden Songstrukturen. Im Erscheinungsjahr selbst war das Album ein echter Flop — mittlerweile ist es das meistverkaufte Kinks-Album überhaupt. Ray Davies hat das in seinem britischen Humor schön auf den Punkt gebracht: "The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society" is the most successful flop of all time." Zeitreise zurück in die wilden 60er Uns erwartet eine kleine Zeitreise zurück in die wilden Sixties. Für die Welt war 1968 ein Jahr des Umbruchs und des Aufbruchs durch die Revolution. Der 68er Soundtrack kommt beispielsweise von Jimi Hendrix "Electric Ladyland", dem weißen Album der Beatles, "Beggars Banquet" von den Rolling Stones oder "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" von Iron Butterfly. Bei den Kinks geht es — ganz anders als zu der Zeit üblich — um das einfache Leben auf dem Land im Norden von London und die britische Kultur. Es geht zurück aufs Dorf in "The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society". Die Kinks selbst nehmen dabei die Rolle des Vereins zur Erhaltung des Dorfplatzes ein. Von dem Album selbst gibt es mehrere Ausgaben, wir beziehen uns auf die britische Variante mit 15 Songtiteln. Ursprünglich gab es noch weitere Songs für das Album, da es zunächst als Doppelalbum geplant war. Einige davon finden sich auf dem 1973 erschienenen Folgealbum "The Great Lost Kinks". Auftrittsverbot in den USA Die Kinks haben versucht, in den USA Fuß zu fassen, bis sie einen offiziellen Auftrittsberbot von der Musikergewerkschaft in den USA erhielten. Es soll Schlägereien auf der Bühne gegeben haben und sie sollen sich insgesamt danebenbenommen haben. Die Kinks waren jung und wild. Durch das erlangte Konzertverbot von 1965 bis 1969 entging ihnen die Chance, die Bands wie beispielsweise The Who bekommen haben, auf Woodstock 69 zu spielen und somit auch ein großes Karriere-Sprungbrett. Durch dieses "Verbannen" wurden sie ein Stück weit vom amerikanischen Musikmarkt abgeschnitten. Produktion von "The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society" Ray Davies fing infolgedessen an, sich auf England konzentrieren und Songs mit Blick auf die englische Kultur und Gesellschaft zu schreiben. In dieser Zeit entstand auch der Song "Village Green", der später auf dem Album einen Platz findet. 1967/68 beginnen dann die Aufnahmen zum Album selbst, immer mal wieder unterbrochen durch kleine Tourneen innerhalb Europas. Letztlich haben sie zwei Jahre gebraucht, um das Album aufzunehmen. "The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society" ist ein Konzeptalbum und dieses Konzept stammt von Ray Davies. Es geht um das Leben auf dem Land, es geht um Heimat und um Freundschaft. "Das Album zeigt einfach sehr gut, was für ein hervorragender Songschreiber Ray Davies ist. Diese Texte, die sind britisch, die sind witzig, die sind bissig, das ist einfach ziemlich gut." (SWR1 Musikredakteur Benjamin Brendebach) Ein Meilenstein der Musikgeschichte In diesem Meilenstein wird darüber gesprochen, was es mit Walter auf sich hat, dem Schulfreund von Ray Davies, wie verrückt Annabella wirklich ist und wie wichtig so eine Dorfgemeinschaft sein kann. Außerdem geht es darum, warum das Album 1968 ein totaler Flop war und wie es im Rahmen von Popmusik und Bands wie Blair und Oasis ein echtes Revival erleben durfte, mehr noch — wie es jetzt über 50 Jahre nach Erscheinen des Albums zu dem meistverkauften Kinks-Album überhaupt geworden ist. __________ Über diese Songs vom Album "The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society" wird im Podcast gesprochen (03:52) – "Animal Farm"(04:29) – "Sitting by the Riverside"(20:30) – "Village Green"(26:40) – "The Village Green Preservation Society"(30:27) – "Monica"(34:21) – "Wicked Annabella"(37:34) – "Walter"(42:43) – "Picture Book" __________ Über diese Songs wird außerdem im Podcast gesprochen (01:32) – "You Really Got Me" von The Kinks(01:39) – "Sunny Afternoon" von The Kinks(18:50) – "Penny Lane" von The Beatles(45:23) – "Warning" von Green Day(45:55) – "Don't Look Back in Anger" von Oasis __________ Shownotes Doku zu The Kinks – "The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-ragx6CtTI Auftrittsverbot in den USA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oup7NCcfb10 YouTube-Channel von The Kinks: https://www.youtube.com/@TheKinksMusic __________ Ihr wollt mehr Podcasts wie diesen? Abonniert die SWR1 Meilensteine! Fragen, Kritik, Anregungen? Schreibt uns an: email@example.com
Looks like it was wear green day on the podcast today. Hutch didn't get the memo BUT Alex saved him. In the spirit of the holiday season, we try some hot cocoa cinnamon rolls! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Okay! We're doing this. Whether Ben likes it or not. On the eve of the 30th anniversary of their major label debut —DOOKIE— we try and pin down the best (WHAT'STHEBEST?!?) Green Day song. Ben bitches and moans, Gabe waxes rhapsodic about the band's glory days on Lookout! while Scott defends the move to Reprise, and returning guest panelist Steve “Sleeve” Reidell gets super high and has his own green day. PLUS: Jonathan Hertzberg returns to answer a certain question, “Welcome Back, Kotter” on Gabe's TV Corner, pondering the fluteness of the new Andre 3000 record, and LIFERS LIVE! is back on stage at Gman in January! Get your 2023 hangover tickets right here: https://www.etix.com/ticket/p/37589755/
Nikki gives an update on the situation with her parking garage. We talk about the new normal of concerts going on sale a year in advance & who benefits from it. Hint: It's Ticketmaster. Green Day pit-level tickets are $700 each and we just can't...To add insult to injury, Texas A&M is paying their coach $77mil to go away. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
By the time the new millennium arrived, Green Day were thriving as one of the world's biggest rock bands. The ‘90s had been good to the band. After years of building a following as an independent act, in 1994 the trio of Billie Joe Armstrong, Tre Cool and Mike Dirnt signed to a major label and released their third album, Dookie. To just about everyone's surprise, Dookie became a cultural phenomenon, bringing punk rock back to life in the mainstream, winning the band's first Grammy Award, allowing them to steal the show at Woodstock ‘94, and go on to sell 20 million copies. It is credited as an influence on everyone from Blink-182 and Fall Out Boy, to Sum 41 and even Billie Eilish, who has said “growing up, there was no band more important to me.” But, after fulfilling all of their commitments in 2002, Green Day were at a standstill. The band met up and questioned whether they wanted to even keep going anymore. While their personal lives were in shambles, the band's existence was on the verge of crumbling. One idea Green Day decided to pursue was a radical one, based on a dream Armstrong had of writing a punk rock “‘Bohemian Rhapsody' of the future.” That song would eventually become “Jesus of Suburbia,” which helped shake up the foundations of the band and push them into a brave new world. From that point on, Green Day had begun writing a full-on rock opera. Even better: the first ever PUNK ROCK opera. Green Day announced that their seventh album would be called American Idiot. Released as the album's first single, “American Idiot” wasted no time declaring Green Day's mission: to address their sociopolitical concerns and kick-off their new punk rock opera opus with three minutes of politically-charged fire. Listen to NEW Episodes of Encore: The Stories Behind The Songs You Love every Thursday on iHeartRadio or wherever you get your Podcasts.
Was Dean Koontz inspired to write 1989's ‘Midnight' based on ‘The Island of Doctor Moreau'? Does getting a goat testicle transplant increase vitality? Does Doctor Moreau deliver as good a dialogue on pleasure and pain as Pinhead? Does an Ox wave its tail when happy? Does Derek know any Green Day songs? All these questions, and more, in our coverage of the middle part of The Island of Doctor Moreau. No answers though.
Sebastian, Producer Sam hang out at Carnival of Ink in Kansas City, Missouri while Dawn tattoos people. New Music breaks by Greenday, Blink 182 and Alkaline Trio. #theloudspot #tattooconvention #greenday #blink182 #alkalinetrio Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices