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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 85

2024-04-29 16:26

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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 85

A new week in the company of Musical Disclosure. This week, we return to a more rock atmosphere with Green Day.

A new week in the company of Musical Disclosure. This week, we return to a more rock atmosphere with Green Day.


The band originated as Sweet Children in 1986 in Berkeley, California, with Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt, Sean Hughes, and Raj Punjabi. In 1987, with John Kiffmeyer replacing Punjabi and a name change to Green Day the following year, the group began to garner attention at 924 Gilman Street, an independent punk venue. With the influence of Al Sobrante, former drummer of Isocracy, and contact with Lawrence Livermore of Lookout! Records, they released their first EP, "1,000 Hours," in 1989. Subsequently, with Tré Cool replacing Sobrante, they recorded "39/Smooth" and "Slappy" in 1990, followed by "Kerplunk" in 1991. These works gained them visibility, especially in Europe. The transition to Warner Bros Records in 1994 led to the release of "Dookie" in 1994, which became a global success with singles like "Longview," "Basket Case," and "When I Come Around," and the ensuing tour only increased their fame. In 1995, "Insomniac" solidified their status with tracks like "Geek Stink Breath" and "Brain Stew/Jaded." The period between 1996 and 2000 saw the release of two significant albums: "Nimrod" in 1997 and "Warning" in 2000. "Nimrod" experimented with new sounds, including hits like "Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)," while "Warning" continued this trend, though it received mixed reviews.


Today, we present you with a timeless hit, "Basket Case"!

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