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  1. 23 points
    I could care less if they played Happy Birthday for 30 min. If Green Day played my back yard it would be one of the greatest days of my life, possibly surpassing the birth of my children.
  2. 17 points
    I swear I just had a minor heart attack - I said before the European summer leg that I'd love to see him in a t shirt & the denim vest on top. We all know how that went but fucking look at him now This is 1000% my aesthetic, thanks for coming through Billie
  3. 16 points
    Lol, my co-worker thinks I'm seeing someone because she's always catching me smiling/laughing looking at my phone. Considering who I'm usually smiling/laughing at: if only (plot twist tho: half the time it's you guys )
  4. 16 points
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  6. 15 points
    It’s my one year GDC anniversary today! I’ve loved spending this past year with you guys. Since the RevRad era is winding down (I refuse to say over since we still have the shows in Central Park and Latin America), I figured this would be the perfect time to reflect on the past year. What this era has given me- · Awesome music (duh) · I’ve attended three shows, from the club show at the Aragon, where I made eye contact with Billie (I’m sure those around me thought that smile was for them, but no, it was all for me), to being in the pit at Wrigley (still amazed I, as a Sox fan, was not struck down upon entering), to being in the seats at the Oakland Coliseum · I went to Oakland and Berkeley, where I got to see the Green Day sites, such as Gilman (and saw Turn It Around and said hi to Corbett Redford right before going there), the Longview house, Stuart and the Ave, Billie’s guitar shop, Mike’s restaurants, among many others What the era has given all of us- · Awesome music (again, duh) · You could say the era started with the release of Bang Bang or with the guys getting the EMA Global Icon Award. The world was a more innocent and hopeful place, and didn’t know what was coming in a few weeks, but in return we’d get · No Trump, No KKK, No fascist USA · We got the guys on Colbert, Kimmel, Fallon, Corden, Ellen, and Good Morning America (WTF SNL? Green Day would have been the perfect guest for the election season) · We got a number one album with two songs topping the Alternative rock chart, the first time for them since American Idiot · The guys becoming more active on social media, Facebook lives, Instagram lives, and the return of Twitter · Puppets, where’s the button that makes you go away, and #shutupgreg · We got a Q101 interview that gave @SHART a new name and led us to all learn more about Prednisone · We got long hair, short hair, fluffy hair, straight hair, curly hair, and blue hair · We got increasing eye liner, nail polish, and new teeth · We got leather jackets, denim jackets, blazers, vests, bandanas, the return of the red tie, ruffled shirts, polka dot shirts, striped shirts, black shirts, red shirts, and not enough t-shirts · With the debut of the unofficial Troubled Times video and Billie doing the things we discussed, we learned Green Day hangs out here and likes us better than Idiot Nation · We got the best St. Patrick’s Day present ever, the legendary naked window picture · We got to see the guys happier and healthier than ever · We got to see the kindness and generosity of the band, and their love of their fans, not only through the hurricane fundraiser, but also every night on stage, with dozens of guitars given out, hundreds of people getting their moment of time to shine in the spotlight, and tens of thousands of people coming together to sing, smile, laugh, and cry along with the guys I’ve listed Green Day as one of my favorite bands since I was a teen in the mid-90s. My level of fandom has varied over the years, but it has never been higher than it is now. I was brought back to the band by a comment I read on a Fleetwood Mac message board, where someone posted that a co-worker of hers in his mid-30s had heard Bang Bang and that it had renewed his love for the band. That made me check it out. I am forever grateful that I read that comment; without it, this past year would have been much emptier. Looking forward to spending the next era with you guys! May it come quickly. And, hey, Billie- since we know you’re reading this- how about that FBHT tour? And if there could be a stop in Chicago, that’d be great. In honor of my one year anniversary, here's the full version of my profile pic that I took at the Aragon last year.
  7. 14 points
    Everyone is being so sassy! Speculation is nice i'm enjoying the idea of it being a new song. If it ends up not true who cares excitement can be fun REMEMBER FUN?
  8. 14 points
    Was, as usual, a great fucking show because what else would you expect? My baby loved it. So sorry to the girl above with that horrible story. I had reserved seats on the side and somehow when I got there, LiveNation gave away and sold my seats (don't forget first time for daughter) so I was pretty pissed and only learned of their fuck up at the list. I was timing it so I wouldn't waste any precious Alexandra time on the Bottleman, so I had to rush to go get that fixed and they put us in some seats more towards the back in the 10th row or something (all that they could do). At first was pissed but looking at the crowd on the side, I was kind of pleased with where I was as Alexandra was in perfect view of them, a drop of space to dance and I was just happy there. As I expected, the remaining seats sold day of show and the house was full but also as I said there were empties but because they were scattered, the house appeared packed. Was a lot of fun. Alex had a life experience. She loved it so much. There was a TON of weed where we were sitting which obviously I normally don't care about and was stoned myself but I was, mainly because my wife kept saying it, afraid she would get a contact high and I never believed in contact highs but a small 5yo? Maybe. Hard to tell because she just had a big ass thing of cotton candy and she was RIDING HIGH! It was like she did an 8 ball on her own. Lol. Cotton Candy oh how I wish yee had such an effect on me. It was pretty funny. She was dancing like crazy and calling back to Billie and was just really loving it. During Hitchin', she was just enamored with everything by then. I plugged her ears against my desire and thank god I listen to my wife because they were running front house sound SUPER loud for the Rose Bowl which gets and will definitely get from the show a lot of complaints from residents. I will break down the show later but as always, again, just amazing. I did something for the first time ever which is leave a GD show early because eventually my daughter came down from her "high" and I spent about 25mins of the show holding her while she slept and my wife rightfully, again, because I wouldn't have, had us leave during encore 1. I was upset mostly because I wanted to go to the wrap party which was at the Bowl. Brought wife and daughter home and beat ALL the traffic and I admitted wifey was right as I had to get baby home and got there in minutes after somehow driving on the fairway, not lying.. Fun night ensued but for the show itself it was different then an arena show. Felt pretty big and non intimate but Billie plays to that very well so it was sort of a different experience from an arena or amphitheater show (or maybe because I was sitting from a spot where I was far from the stage and floor), and I was watching the show more than being it but I was cool with that. It was mad crazy fun and again shows my theory that Billie is the modern Elvis, a silhouette that is iconic against white lights even from the back. The Rose Bowl by being an iconic 100yo venue is not an ideal one. It has amazing acoustics and the sound was fucking amazing from my relocated spot. However, it plays big meaning it seems so huge because modern stadiums try to get the seats close to the action while the Rose Bowl (where UCLA plays) is a WIDE open Bowl but it gives it its own distinct feeling. I realized I haven't been there in a while for a stage like that. Was at U2 but U2 has a 360 stage and of course Green Day is better although U2 is fucking amazing but nothing beats a Green Day show, nothing. Soul pleasing, life affirming, KFAD and all. Alexandra: Comtrary to the above pic, standing the whole time. Fell on my ass on the fucking bleacher once, still feeling that. Was happy once I was there to be in a semi family friendly section while still rocking out though. I don't think many just sort of like Green Day as most people there just adore them. Awesome as fuck. I'm a lucky man. Beautiful daughter and wife!
  9. 14 points
    Excuse me This one's for @Jane Lannister:
  10. 14 points
    I'm totally fine with this, I didn't tear up or anything.
  11. 13 points
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    I am on Billies Instagram. White shirt/black hat. I promise, I am having a better time than my face shows!
  14. 13 points
    Well my daughter is ready! Im in seats so I may update. Have fun guys!
  15. 13 points
  16. 13 points
    By a stroke of pure luck, @BeachBum @Lone @Khaleesi. and I all got into soundcheck yesterday! Such a neat experience and they did autographs/talked to us for a bit after so that was cool. We're #4-7 at Gate D, come say hi!
  17. 12 points
    Are we sure Billie just isn't reminding himself to give a speech/rant saying fuck certain people?
  18. 12 points
    I wouldn't like a live album, actually. Or a fucking greatest hits compilation. Green Day as a band succeeded in building a statement with their discography and choices of what and when to release. After their gradual rising after Dookie and expanding their music on nimrod and Warning, American Idiot era was such an important thing in their carreer, and it made a huge impact on world of music and themselves. It had this theatrical and triumphal feel and it seemed like each of their interviews and TV appearances was very important. It was a milestone.Then they released Bullet In A Bible, which was a perfect closing of an era, their first live album, after almost 20 years of their existance. Rob Cavallo and Sam Bayer doing it.. it was just perfect. I think they blew it with Awesome As Fuck. It seemed forced, too soon, with lousy production and dumb title. That kind of broke that building of triumphal wall, which they kind of compensated with the trilogy project, which I think was a great and important thing/era, even if it wasn't based around concept record and a story. It was kind of a dark period because of Billie's problems and it kind of rounded off the whole Jesus Of Suburbia / St. Jimmy / drugs / feeling lost and confused story of his life. Revolution Radio was a great fresh start, but I definitely don't think it deserves a live album. I feel and hope to god that their next record will be the next big chapter in their career, after Dookie and American Idiot. Another milestone. I think they still got it, even it kind of struck me after watching ''Teens react to'', where kids said they consider Green Day an 'old' band. It is true that they've been a band for thirty years and that years and life fly so fucking fast, but they're still young enough to embrace their creativity and make another big thing. They're not the Rolling Stones who kind of did all they can and now they enjoy this cult status, doing live shows just for fun, almost living on old glory. I will always and forever love what Green Day does, cause I'm a fan for life. Green Day is still relevant.
  19. 12 points
    Because you're psychically linked of course. Now tell him to take his shirt off.
  20. 11 points
    Jason is hot as hell, people should notice that
  21. 11 points
    Same - I'd probably be way too stunned to react properly. I'd be like "excuse me, I gotta go get 6 Fiji waters, done by 14:30. Bye. "
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  23. 11 points
    It's really kind of crazy that they're still relevant and like half their audience is under 30. It's kind of unprecedented. Many kids are of course going to think of them as an old band because they have been around forever even if they are still relatively young guys. It's unavoidable. But to have as many kids as they do who are actively fans, that's really impressive. I hope whatever they put out next builds on Rev Rad's momentum. I'm not sure they could have an American Idiot level hit again (less because of them more because fewer people than ever seem to care about rock music) but it would be cool to see them come close.
  24. 11 points
    This (and I never use that "This" thing). Im already famous. A legend in my own mind.
  25. 11 points
    Ask and you shall receive! It's getting almost normal now, we have a detailed tattoo discussion and voila! Billie gets a live tattoo. I seriously don't know what to think now but those pics and videos are the best. I cracked up when I saw it and wanted to race over here. The Ow! faces were so funny. Of course he had to mark the end of the tour with RevRad. Nice choice. And we get new good looks at the Love tat we were talking about. And I am actually getting my first tattoo in October! It's not a Green Day one but they've inspired me to do it for sure. I think they can be really beautiful and meaningful and I have something I designed myself. Green Day gives me the confidence to say I don't care what people think, I want one so I'm doing it. Billie you are my hero. #fuckitlist
  26. 11 points
    Okay.. Lately there have been a lot of "coincidences" between things posted in this forum and things he does or wears or what-have-you but this puppet thing is just too much. I mean COME ON! Someone is peeking and I'm
  27. 11 points
  28. 11 points
    This morning, I showed my grandmother a picture of Billie, and then I showed her a picture of hobo Billie, and I didn't tell her that they were the same person. She said she preferred hobo Billie.
  29. 10 points
    This might be my new favorite photo
  30. 10 points
    He couldn't have been playing to his favorite fan, I wasn't there. It must be false
  31. 10 points
    Fun GDC history fact that this reminds me of: there once was a picture thread specifically for pictures of Billie where he looked hot + like a lion (ie with big hair like a mane and looking like he was roaring on stage) and it was called the Smexi Lion Club. And yes Billie's arms
  32. 10 points
  33. 10 points
    Dude, have you ever seen their setlists? They always have typos. I've seen "Stewart and the Ave" Armatage Shanks is always spelled wrong. They're always this bad. I called the leaked Rev Rad tracklist BS and I was wrong. But I have faith in this one
  34. 10 points
    Oh I will be there. Front and center baby! I'll happily report back and maybe sneak a photo at the end (don't wanna get thrown out in the first five minutes).
  35. 10 points
    Nice to meet you, I am Jane and I want to see all of my guys not just the toothy one with many chins
  36. 10 points
  37. 10 points
    Had to change my profile pic to this beauty right here. So pretty!!
  38. 10 points
    I can't stop watching that puppet video, just for this part at the end. I feel like he's staring into my soul. How can a man be so attractive? Like, obviously he's always been beautiful, but why does he suddenly look better than he ever has? What is it about him now that makes him more beautiful than he ever has been? I'm actually so confused by it. I am actually addicted to both the puppet video and the tattoo livestream. I've been watching them both over and over again for the past 2 hours, and I can't stop.
  39. 10 points
    Just when we were saying we haven't seen the Billie puppet in a while...
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  41. 10 points
    I WON TICKETS! I've never won anything in my life. I'm so excited.
  42. 10 points
    Sorry if it's not strictly on topic but this is so funny, Billie went on a commenting spree on this fan account earlier. "I still have this shirt". "Wish I still had this shirt." "That's the only time I wore a red tie that tour". Stahp already you dork
  43. 9 points
  44. 9 points
    It's crazy to think AI came out 13 years ago... A while ago I was cleaning out my closet and found things like Green Day shoe laces with heart grenades, which I used to wear to death when I was 14-15 , and had a good moment of nostalgia. That album really changed my life for the better, or at least brought a LOT of positive things into it
  45. 9 points
    I really hope it is legit a new song (and not someone being mistaken somehow) because it's genuinely the best song title ever. I demand more info about it!
  46. 9 points
    Except for Billie, he's a reformed dick. Am I the only one who's a bit angry at the person who filmed the hardcore oldschool deep cut super rare speciality 2000LYA but not the new song?
  47. 9 points
    Hey guys! I was lucky enough to go on stage with them! I feel like I kind of made an ass out of myself but none the less, this was an experience of a life time.
  48. 9 points
    That pic does us no good because of the blinding reflection of his paleness.
  49. 9 points
    Well I Obviously have to go and do some serious research, what happens when you Google Billie Joe Armstrong legs - will report back later very much later...
  50. 9 points
    Please! Someone just fucking talk to him instead of doing a quick song and saying bye. Let him speak!
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