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Website streams fresh Green Day record
The likes of Stay The Night, Feel For You, Nuclear Family and Sweet 16 are among the numbers that grace the record, which is set to hit shelves later this month.
Drums and guitars kick off its first track (Nuclear Family), which is streamable alongside the rest of the LP over at NME's website.
The site also reveals that NME's magazine has printed a review of the LP, which goes by the name of ¡Uno!.
Green Day's previous LPs include American Idiot (home to tracks like Boulevard of Broken Dreams and American Idiot) and Dookie (which features Basket Case and Longview).
¡Uno! is in fact the first of a trio of LPs being brought out by Green Day. The latter two of this collection are titled ¡Dos! and ¡Tré!'.
Published by AW.Posted on 21 Sep 2012 16:46 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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