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  • American Idiot is a stage musical. The show is an adaptation of rock band Green Day's concept album of the same name. Additional Green Day songs were interpolated from other sources, including 21st Century Breakdown. The book is by lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong and director Michael Mayer.
  • American Idiot is the seventh studio album by the American punk rock band Green Day. It was released on September 21, 2004 through Reprise Records and produced by longterm collaborator Rob Cavallo. In mid-2003, the band began recording songs for an album titled Cigarettes and Valentines.
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  • (Cioccolatta) Green Day is a dark green humanoid that exudes spores from its head and hands. Once the spores latch onto a living thing, they will germinate if they ever experience lower altitude (e.g.
  • 39/Smooth is the debut album by the American punk rock band Green Day. It was released on April 13, 1990 through Lookout! Records on vinyl (black, green, and clear) and cassette .
  • Green Day is an American punk rock band formed in 1987."". Retrieved 2009-11-28. The band has consisted of lead vocalist and guitarist Billie Joe Armstrong, bassist and backing vocalist Mike Dirnt, and drummer Tre Cool for the majority of its existence.
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American Idiot
American Idiot
The first original album since 2000 from modern rock superheroes Green Day, American Idiot is one of the most anticipated and controversial albums of the year. Scathing yet self-effacing as it tells the tale of Green Daya€™s Billie Joe Armstrong, American Idiot is the punk rock epic. "A bold, polished punk opera." (Entertainment Weekly) "They're the biggest, most successful, punk band the world has ever seen. What's more, Green Day's next album may well be their masterpiece." (Kerrang!)

For its first new set of music since 2000's Warning, Green Day tears up the blueprint and comes up with something unexpected: a punk rock concept album built around elaborate melodies, odd tempo changes, and a collection of songs that freely reference classic rock warhorses like the Beatles and Pink Floyd. "She's a Rebel" and "St. Jimmy" might sound like vintage Green Day, but the rest of the disc finds the Northern California trio trying on a variety of different guises: "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" is a cliche-strewn Foo Fighters-style power ballad; "Extraordinary Girl" floats on Indian strings; and the hushed "Wake Me Up When September Ends" wouldn't sound entirely out of place on a Jessica Simpson record. It doesn't always work. "Dearly Beloved" eerily resembles the Alarm's "68 Guns," while the title track eerily resembles something Green Day has already done far too many times. But, overall, American Idiot represents a promising step forward. --Aidin Vaziri

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Can you reach your food, glasses or call light with that broken right arm, Sir? AKA America, this is what you’re paying excessive amounts of money for.
Can you reach your food, glasses or call light with that broken right arm, Sir?  AKA America, this is what you’re paying excessive amounts of money for.
I’m a registered nurse. In 2009 I had to go to Texas to be with my father who had been admitted to one or our nations ‘esteemed’ health care facilities. It was not a nursing home, this was a hospital. He died eventually, having never been able to get the hell away from the hospital. I could only enforce handwashing so many times by his nurses and CNA’s that worked with him. He was immunocompromised from his medicines and they were lazy. (honestly, I know the difference between lazy and busy-keep in mind that I’m a nurse). They finally gave him an infection that killed him. That was the final cause of death, but also listed on the death certificate was malnutrition. I took this and wrote it back then, but it seems like the whole episode should be revisited from time to time. Feel free to check out the set ‘Goodbye America’ as well as the set about Texas. The whole dying process was recorded there in Texas-as well as some attempts (bad ones) of mine to get some artistic shots…couldn’t focus on them very well... My father couldn’t use his right arm due to a previous fracture (created when they removed the tumor that had been in the bone for 5 years and had gone undiagnosed-the doctor never looked at the xrays he had ordered) He could not sit up without assistance due to weakness and malnutrition. See where this table is in relationship to where he is? His meal is on that table. Probably a good thing because at least 12 times during my time in Texas they served him food that is forbidden for dialysis patients (yes, food that could have killed him). Everyone including the case manager and charge nurse just giggled when I asked them ‘WHY?’ They rolled their eyes and said, ‘Oh, we go around and around with dietary all the time’. I said again, “Why?” They had no answer. Attempts to go up the chain of command in the hospital were equally as futile and infuriating. I wondered when I initially got to Texas how he gotten so skinny…I wondered why he was so weak. He wasn’t in the hospital that long before I got there and he was able care for himself completely prior to admission. I wondered why the nurses hadn’t told me he was back on dialysis in my frequent phone converations with them. I wondered why they had failed to mention that he was curled in a fetal position covered with scabies and non verbal…(this was the state I found him in when I arrived-at the time of the above photo he had improved slightly and I had treated him myself several times for the scabies) Also on that table: his dentures, glasses, and phone and call light. (about two weeks later they completely lost his dentures and said it was ‘impossible’ to have a dentist come fit him and make a new pair. They also lost his glasses and hearing aids.) How long before you would go crazy? How long before you’d die? How long would you be able to fight for yourself despite being ill and trying to ‘heal'? Why should I feel terrible because I couldn’t stay at the hospital 24-7? Aren’t they responsible for ANYTHING? (Actually they forced me to leave during the night times.) He had great insurance. His bills are paid. And there were a LOT of them. Staggering amounts of money were thrown into this miserable team of idiots that was meant to help him improve. Healthcare has officially now become wealthcare. I will never have anything elective done in this country. I will go overseas again and again. (I had a hip replacement a year after my father died-in India…and I had an amazingly good outcome AND experience and it cost less than a fifth of what they would have tried to bill me here in this ‘land of the free’.) If I ever end up a victim of health care, I hope to die quickly before they can steal my dignity and slowly and inhumanely snuff out MY fire.
Hubo un Día Verde en el infierno
Hubo un Día Verde en el infierno
Bueno... ya esta, hasta aca llegamos, mejor me retiro de los recitales porque esto no creo que lo supere nadie. 3 HORAS SEGUIDAS, 3 HORAAAAAAS! 37 TEMAS! mas que en cualquier parte del tour! Disfraces, luces, fuego, bazooka de remeras, regalos, participacion con el publico, banderas, gente en el escenario, telones, un verdadero SHOW, un sonido impecable a pesar del viento! Lo unico... que ganas te cagar a pinas a las histericas que gritaban AAAAAAAAHHHH! Por mas que sigas haciendo discos caretas, con lo de anoche se te perdona todo GREEN DAY! Set List: # Song of the Century # 21st Century Breakdown # Know Your Enemy # East Jesus Nowhere # Holiday # Nice Guys Finish Last # Give Me Novacaine # Letterbomb # Are We the Waiting # St. Jimmy Play Video # Boulevard of Broken Dreams # Burnout # Coming Clean # Geek Stink Breath # Stuck With Me # Maria # J.A.R. (Jason Andrew Relva) # Dominated Love Slave # Going To Pasalacqua # 2000 Light Years Away # Hitchin' a Ride # When I Come Around # Iron Man / Rock n Roll / Sweet Child O' Mine / Highway To Hell / Blitzkrieg Bop # Brain Stew # Jaded # Longview (Sang by two different people from the crowd) # Basket Case # She # King For A Day / Shout (The Isley Brothers cover) # Break On Through (To The Other Side)/(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction/Hey Jude/Paint it Black # 21 Guns # Minority # Encore: # American Idiot # Jesus of Suburbia # Encore 2: # Whatsername (Acoustic) # Wake Me Up When September Ends (Half Acoustic) # Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)

green day american idiot clean
green day american idiot clean
American Idiot (Bonus CD) (Chi)
The first original album since 2000 from modern rock superheroes Green Day, American Idiot is one of the most anticipated and controversial albums of the year. Scathing yet self-effacing as it tells the tale of Green Daya€™s Billie Joe Armstrong, American Idiot is the punk rock epic. "A bold, polished punk opera." (Entertainment Weekly) "They're the biggest, most successful, punk band the world has ever seen. What's more, Green Day's next album may well be their masterpiece." (Kerrang!)

For its first new set of music since 2000's Warning, Green Day tears up the blueprint and comes up with something unexpected: a punk rock concept album built around elaborate melodies, odd tempo changes, and a collection of songs that freely reference classic rock warhorses like the Beatles and Pink Floyd. "She's a Rebel" and "St. Jimmy" might sound like vintage Green Day, but the rest of the disc finds the Northern California trio trying on a variety of different guises: "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" is a cliche-strewn Foo Fighters-style power ballad; "Extraordinary Girl" floats on Indian strings; and the hushed "Wake Me Up When September Ends" wouldn't sound entirely out of place on a Jessica Simpson record. It doesn't always work. "Dearly Beloved" eerily resembles the Alarm's "68 Guns," while the title track eerily resembles something Green Day has already done far too many times. But, overall, American Idiot represents a promising step forward. --Aidin Vaziri

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