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Green Day Vinyl Records

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  • Green Day - BBC Sessions Vinyl LP (093624881278)

     

    Green Day - BBC Sessions Vinyl LP
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  • Green Day ‎- Shenanigans Vinyl LP (482081)

     

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  • Green Day ‎- Live At East Orange, New Jersey, 1994 Vinyl LP (DOR2045H)

     

    Green Day ‎- Live At East Orange, New Jersey, 1994 Vinyl LP (DOR2045H)
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  • Green Day ‎- American Idiot Vinyl LP (9362487771)

     

    Green Day ‎- American Idiot Vinyl LP
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  • Green Day ‎- Father Of All... Vinyl LP (093624897644)

     

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  • Green Day ‎- Best of Live On The Radio 1992 Vinyl LP (CL75907)

     

    Green Day ‎- Best of Live On The Radio 1992 Vinyl LP
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Green Day might be one of the most significant acts in American music over the last three decades. The trio — made of Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt, and Tré Cool — emerged from the punk scene of Berkley, California in the late 80s and early 90s and brought with it an undeniable energy to their music that hadn’t really been heard in the genre previously. It took the gritty energy of traditional punk and added an anthemic approach. Whether that evolution was considered “good” or “bad,” well, ask your punk friend and see what they say. 

With Green Day’s major label debut Dookie in 1994, they sold roughly 10 million copies, and suddenly the band found themselves as one of the most famous bands in the country. Naturally, their success caused Green Day albums to be some of the most divisive music in the punk world, a discussion still going today.

But they didn’t seem to care. Green Day pushed forward with 1995’s Insomniac, 1997’s Nimrod, and 2000’s Warning which, although not quite as successful as Dookie, still sold a crapload of records. The group hit a second life with 2004’s American Idiot, a rock opera exploring the incompetence of a certain President of the United States, and once again found immense success that influenced a younger generation. These days, Green Day vinyl is still sought after by the next generation of kids who dye their hair, get spacers, and wear Chuck Taylors. There’s an argument to be made that Green Day is a band that launched a thousand more bands, but we’ll make that argument another day.

More Than Just Green Day Records For Sale

Yeah, you gotta own Green Day’s Dookie on vinyl. It’s just one of those things. But if you’re looking for other avenues of punk that Green Day influenced, make sure to browse our selection of artists like Blink 182, Fall Out Boy, Wavves, The Menzingers, and more.

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