Prepare for the upcoming release of Green Day's twelfth studio album - Revolution Radio - with the ULTIMATE Green Day vinyl bundle, featuring all twelve of their masterful studio albums, from their snotty punk debut Kerplunk! to their rock opera opus American Idiot (and duh, Dookie) for one low price!
Included in the bundle are:
Revolution Radio (2016) - "Green Day's first album in 15 years with no extra twist – no high concept, no triple LP – but it's full of fiery politics and big emotions." - Rolling Stone (Vinyl LP, out 10/7/16)
¡Tré! (2012) - If ¡Uno! and ¡Dos! did it all for the Dookie kids, ¡Tre! might be a shout to fans of 2000's Warning. Green Day's third disc in three months let's their tightly wound hooks decompress, delivering stadium-worthy three-chord nods to various ghosts of rock past, from Otis Redding to Baba O'Riley. (Vinyl LP)
¡Dos! (2012) - The second installment of Green Day's new epic trilogy. The trilogy, which includes "Uno!" "Dos!", and "Tre!", is a completely unique concept from a band that is constantly adapting and challenging themselves (Vinyl LP)
¡Uno! (2012) - The first installment of Green Day's new epic trilogy. The trilogy, which includes "Uno!" "Dos!", and "Tre!", is a completely unique concept from a band that is constantly adapting and challenging themselves. This trilogy marks the newest chapter of Green Day's decorated career, which includes the enormous successes of Dookie, American Idiot, and 21st Century Breakdown. (Vinyl LP)
21st Century Breakdown (2009) - 21st Century Breakdown is divided into three acts: "Heroes and Cons," "Charlatans and Saints," and "Horseshoes and Handgrenades," and follows a young couple, Christian and Gloria, through the mess and promise of the century so far. (180g Vinyl LP)
American Idiot (2004) - Scathing yet self-effacing as it tells the tale of Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong, American Idiot is the punk rock epic. (180g Vinyl LP + Bonus Poster)
Warning (2000) - Returning to the raw power, freedom and excitement of their early days. Green Day, the band that sparked neo-punk, punk metal and the ska revival, offered Warning:, one of the most passionate and hope-filled albums of their career. (Vinyl LP)
Nimrod (1997) - Following the cool reception to Insomniac, Green Day retreated from the spotlight for a year to rest and spend time with their families. During that extended break, they decided to not worry about their supposedly lost street credibility and make an album according to their instincts, which meant more experimentation and less of their trademark punk-pop. (Vinyl LP)
Insomniac (1995) - The Berkeley pop-punks' 1995 album Insomniac served as the band's highly anticipated fourth release overall and follow-up to their breakthrough major label debut Dookie from the year prior. With Insomniac the group took everything that was great about its predecessor, i.e. its simplicity, hooks, lack of pretension and disdain for authority, and upped the ante with darker motifs and heavier songs. It resulted in yet another quality collection of uncompromising punk rock with breakneck drumming, pounding bass, catchy riffs and snot-nosed vocals. (Vinyl LP)
Dookie (1994) - Ranked 193/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. Green Day's third release and major label debut, Dookie turned the San Francisco Bay area trio into overnight stars in 1994 and they've never looked back. Their infectious brand of modern punk revitalized the genre with its flippant humor and ironic self-loathing. The album produced the five hit singles Longview, Welcome to Paradise, Basket Case, She and When I Come Around and remains the band's biggest selling record. (Vinyl LP)
Kerplunk (1992) - Green Day's second full album was the perfect dry run for the band's later assault on the mainstream, containing both more variety and more flat-out smashes than previous releases had shown. (180g Vinyl LP)
39/Smooth (1991) - Where it all started. When Green Day's first album appeared, anyone predicting that fame, MTV, top-selling albums, and more would be on the horizon in the near future would have been happily patted on the head and then sent to the insane asylum. (180g Vinyl LP + Bonus 7" Single)
The Green Day Vinyl Bundle is a pre-order and will ship on or before street date, October 7th, 2016.
*To keep your shipping costs as low as possible all items in an order ship together. So if combine this pre-order with others items your entire order will ship just before the release date of the pre-order item.