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American Idiot Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics


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  • Audio CD (Sept. 21 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Warner Music
  • ASIN: B0002OERI0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,304 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. American Idiot
2. Jesus of Suburbia
3. City Of The Damned
4. I Don't Care
5. Dearly Beloved
6. Tales Of Another Broken Home
7. Holiday
8. Boulevard Of Broken Dreams
9. Are We Waiting
10. St. Jimmy
11. Give Me Novacaine
12. She's a Rebel
13. Extraordinary Girl
14. Letterbomb
15. Wake Me Up When September Ends
16. The Death Of St. Jimmy
17. East 12th St.
18. Nobody Likes You
19. Rock and Roll Girlfriend
20. We're Coming Home Again
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By Miguel Topa on Oct. 20 2005
Format: Audio CD
After they released a greatest hits cd, I thought that it could only go down for Green Day. The day I heard American Idiot on the radio AND saw the video, I knew that punk rock was back, and its name was Green Day!
Bands like Sum 41 had done an okay job, and the Offspring tried following suit with a hits cd of their own (and don't even get me started with that sorry excuse for rock music by the name of Simple Plan). Green Day presents American Idiot, and they present that you are an idiot if you don't buy this album. Every song is worthy of being a single...the two rock opera tracks, "Jesus of Sububia" and "Homecoming", were put in the right places to help the flow of the album, and even tell a story, and a good one, at that.
Punk rock is out of the coma, and back in the mainstream, BABY!
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Many of the complaints about American Idiot are in regard to how overplayed and annoying the singles are without actually saying much about the album in general. American Idiot is not a record that can be judged by the singles.
This album was crafted as a cohesive work; it isn't meant to just be thought of as a random collection of songs. I don't have a TV and don't listen to the radio very often so I can't attest the accusation of these songs being overplayed, but I know that I ordinarily would not be able to stand a song along the lines of Boulevard of Broken Dreams. However, while listening to the album, it's the perfect song to follow Holiday, which itself is the perfect song to follow the end of Jesus of Suburbia. There is a logical, musical, and lyrical progression from one song to the next through the entire album.
I'm somewhat privileged to live in the relatively media-free bubble that I do. I don't feel the need to defend my punk rock credibility by tearing down the pop rock band that was part of the punk scene over 10 years ago, and I'm not driven to buy into the hype surrounding whatever band is popular at the moment. My opinions of this record come from my experience of taking it home and sticking it in while I was washing dishes, and being completely amazed by the quality.
Also, the fact that I, an aging punk rocker, and my roommate, a jazz musician, both think that it's the best album of 2004 should say something.
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By Brad on Feb. 23 2005
Format: Audio CD
These guys have gotten a lot better since their last albums, which were a little too "pop" for me. This album on the other hand is pretty catchy. Everyone has (or should have) heard "American Idiot" and "Boulavard of Broken Dreams" before (they're constantly playing the music videos on MTV). But it's the massive 9-10 minute song "Jesus of Suburbia" that impresses me the most. Although it's not the best track, it manages to keep you entertained for the whole 9-10 minutes... not something a lot of bands can do. All in all this is a pertty damn good album, it's a little too slow for my taste, but still very good. Green Day fans should love this album!
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This has got to be the best cd in the world!!!! The lyrics are very well oriented to our problems and issues today. But besides that, the songs are amazing!! My favourite is HOLIDAY. This cd is totally worth its weight in gold. If you're looking for an amazing cd buy this one.....now!
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By "sumtalent" on Dec 16 2004
Format: Audio CD
ALL I HAVE TO SAY IS......IF YOU DON'T HAVE THIS CD GO OUT AND GET,NOW!
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I remember buying Dookie way back in '94. That album was great, but didn't have too much lasting appeal. After I sold it at a second hand record shop I never really payed much attention to Green Day. They fell way under the radar while at the same time maintaining a respectable audience, but it wasn't until this year that they evolved into genuinely gifted musicians. Green Day's American Idiot is a punk record, BUT it is more sophisticated than 90% of the punk bands out there right now. This one is melody-driven well constructed and expertly executed. They are much better musicians than they used to be, and much better musicians than anyone else in their genre. This is a record really worth paying for. Downloaders who didn't pay a red cent for this one really don't deserve to listen to it. I love this one and will for a long time. Congrats, Green Day, on your crowning achievment.
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By shaun on Dec 10 2004
Format: Audio CD
this is something i have been waiting for since 1994. Sure, Green Day has been consistent with ctachy music, but not since Dookie have i been completely knocked off my chair by a pwoerful sound that i heard in 'american ideot'. The album starts off wit a bang with the title track 'American Ideot', and takes us through a journey of music, politics and powerful lyrics from then on. The song really does set the tone for the rest of the album. As much as i do enjoy 'Boulevard of broken dreams', my next pic has got to be 'Jesus of Suburbia'. It reminds me of when iw as younger having to stand through about 5 different hymns with no break, just a 2 second progression into the next one. This song, with 5 differnt songs within it, is a montage of catchy beats and good melody-music. Finally, St. Jimmy. This brings back the old sound of Green Day. A fast paced, pure-punk sounding song. Enough said. I would recommend this too any music fan, not just another punk-listnener, but any one person who enjoys music that means something, grab this album as fast as you can!
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