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Why would they do this effect on his voice? Sounds like a White Stripes B-side.

Did anyone hear about this whole fake album leak thing where a band wrote and recorded a bunch of stuff on a faked track listing and loads of people thought it was real? From the clips they sound more

21 hours ago, Thibaut182 said:

25 years of Insomniac! ❤️ 

To celebrate, Green Day just released never before seen footage from a show from their European Tour in 1996 (in Prague) shot on 16mm film !!!

Lovely! Had almost forgotten how much I love that record, so many good tunes

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1 hour ago, Maddey said:

I’ve given them some more listens now,  pretty fun to listen to. Is it Mike or Billie who’s singing on the Ivankkka one? 
 

edit: I hear/see it’s Billie now lol nvm

Tre sings the beginning and then Billie takes over when the song kicks in.

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2 hours ago, petros said:

I like this more than anything they have released after 21st century breakdown. 

I like Revolution Radio quite a bit, thought the songs were pretty solidly catchy and fun. It doesn't get much love though, that's a shame.

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5 hours ago, petros said:

I like this more than anything they have released after 21st century breakdown. 

Honestly I wouldn't disagree, most releases since have been crap through and through with maybe a standout track here and there.  I don't quite understand what happened to this band, ya know, it's one thing when you lose a key member and have to replace them as best you can, it's another when you go from your best performing album, and quickly go on a downward spiral that never seems to recover without any real shakeup to the lineup.

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I still think they nailed it pretty good with FOAMF. It’s fresh and fun and has some really replay-able tunes. RevRad is also a nice record but it’s a bit too boring overall. Trilogy could have been awesome but had way too many fillers.

But these new The Network ones are cool indeed, they somehow feel more genuine than lots of GDs other latest stuff. They probably feel a lot more free when they’re playing under another name.

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