this is a very good show from one of the best rock bands of the last 20 years. the band still sounds great my only complaint is there could of been more 39 Smooth or Kerplunk Dookie songs early Green day instead of newer songs like Know Your Enemy etc that are not that great.the versions of Burnout Who Wrote Holden Caulfield and Going Back To Pasalaqua are the highlights for me, and some other Dookie songs She When I Come Around etc.reccomend for any Green Day fan hope they put out another live album with early songs in the future!
A live recording of a Green Day tour. I loved being able to hear the band's energy without even seeing them on my TV or computer screen, and also hearing the crowd's energy match these three men. Green Day plays Going To Pasalacqua, an angsty song Billie Joe Armstrong wrote at the age of 15, as well as much newer songs like Viva La Gloria. There is no new material on this album EXCEPT for Cigarettes and Valentines, the infamous stolen track. This is the only version available, since Green Day never released a studio version. Have a listen and see if you like it :)
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