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"21st Century Breakdown" CD by Green Day

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It didn't become a second "American idiot". But also this, by Butch Vig (Garbage, Nirvana) provided with a great sound work of the Californians, always has aplenty Punk-Pop-tracks of world class to offer.

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Item no. 439115
Musical Genre Punk Rock
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 CD
Product topic Bands
Band Green Day
Product type CD
Release date 15/05/2009
Gender Unisex

CD 1

  • 1.
    Song Of The Century (Album Version)
  • 2.
    21st Century Breakdown (Album Version)
  • 3.
    Know your enemy (Album Version)
  • 4.
    ¡viva La Gloria! (Album Version)
  • 5.
    Before The Lobotomy (Album Version)
  • 6.
    Christian's Inferno (Album Version)
  • 7.
    Last Night On Earth (Album Version)
  • 8.
    East Jesus Nowhere (Album Version)
  • 9.
    Peacemaker (Album Version)
  • 10.
    Last Of The American Girls (Album Version)
  • 11.
    Murder City (Album Version)
  • 12.
    ¿viva La Gloria? (Little Girl) (Album Version)
  • 13.
    Restless Heart Syndrome (Album Version)
  • 14.
    Horseshoes And Handgrenades (Album Version)
  • 15.
    The Static Age (Album Version)
  • 16.
    21 Guns (Album Version)
  • 17.
    American Eulogy (Mass Hysteria / Modern World) (Album Version)
  • 18.
    See The Light (Album Version)

by Oliver Kube (16.04.2009) Alright, bad news first: "21st century breakdown" is generally not the gem its predecessor "American idiot" is – you won't find any brilliant single material such as the title track, the über-anthem "Boulevard of broken dreams", or the great tear jerker "Wake me up when september comes". Well, milestones like "American Idiot" are mostly a once in a (band) lifetime release... But – here's the good news: sound-wise, this is mighty impressive stuff – producer (and Garbage drummer) Butch Vig who has already honed releases by Nirvana, The Smashing Pumpkins, and Helmet, has provided the band with an incredible clout. Aaaand, in spite of the criticism, there are nevertheless some top-notch class A+ tracks on this one, too: "Horseshoes and handgrenades" (hefty and groovy), "Before the lobotomy" (an interesting potpourri of piano parts, pumping rhythm, and ska feel), "?Viva la gloria? (little girl)" (very catchy, yet pretty cool), plus the title song - which changes from a really fast track to a grand epic - on top.