The following is a list of songs recorded by the American punk rock band Green Day. Since their first single in , the band has gone on to release over songs. This list includes songs from studio albums , compilation albums and singles , along with covers and known unreleased tracks. Songs recorded by any of the band's side projects are not included. Originally titled " Stuck With Me ". Originally, from Cigarettes and Valentines [ citation needed ].
20. Macy’s Day Parade (Warning, 2000)
Billie Joe Armstrong's recent onstage freak-out and subsequent trip to rehab are only going to be minor bumps in the road. His band still has three albums coming out over the next few months, and they still have a world tour in the works. We figured this was a good time to find out your favorite Green Day songs. The response was huge. Here are the results. Green Day originally cut "Welcome to Paradise" for their indie disc Kerplunk , but when they signed to Warner Bros. The song was inspired by the group's early days when they dropped out of school and moved out of their parents' homes to face the real world. He just looked at me and said, 'Who are you?
19. American Idiot (American Idiot, 2004)
Not many bands or artists are fortunate enough to make it into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with their first nomination. Here are 10 great songs that helped them get there. As a galloping, angst-laden diatribe against governments that silence dissent, 'Holiday' touched a nerve for many young people coming of age during the second President Bush era and the rising quagmire of the Iraq War.
Billie Joe Armstrong remembers asking his guitar teacher a question that would change his life. Some hits have come to him in five minutes, others take longer. Which is par for the course, because nobody digs deeper than Billie. In conversation, Armstrong is friendly, but also a little reserved, taking long pauses between answers about his process. This one felt like a different version of who I am. I remember when we first started playing it, people were really receptive to it, especially the punks that were on the scene at the time. We had put out our first album and an EP, but this is where I felt like I had really found my rhythm as a songwriter. I was 18 years old.