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Your "Uno! Dos! Tre!"-Album

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it might be a bit early, but since we have an edit button i couldn't resist to start it now.

what i think is important to think about is the song order. imagine you are green day have recorded 37 finished songs and have to think about which of them you put on the best album of your carreer. ;) so like there never have been three single albums.

i would say 12 - 20 tracks are a normal lenght for a single green day album.

here is my "uno! dos! tre!" album (for now). brevity is the soul of wit in my opinion.

1. Brutal Love

2. Ashley

3. Baby Eyes

4. Wild One

5. Rusty James

6. Stray Heart

7. Lazy Bones

8. X-Kid

9. Nuclear Family

10. Wow! Thats loud

11. Fuck Time

12. Lady Cobra

13. Loss of Control

14. 8th Avenue Serenade

15. Sweet 16

16. Dirty Rotten Bastards

p.s: i really like the progression lazy bones, x-kid and nuclear family on here :)

1st: "im to tired to be bored..."

2nd: "hey, hey x-kid did you wake up late one day?"

3rd: "gonna ride the world like a merry-go-round" fuck that shit, here we go again! im not dead yet.

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This thread will be there for them when Tre releases. Ahem:

1. Nuclear Family

2. Stay the Night

3. Brutal Love

4. Stop When the Red Lights Flash

5. Fuck Time

6. 8th Avenue Serenade

7. Makeout Party

8. Stray Heart

9. Missing You

10. Lazy Bones

11. X-Kid

12. Rusty James

13. Dirty Rotten Bastards

14. Wow! That's Loud

15. The Forgotten

Mods: PLEASE keep this thread open! :happy:

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Intro

1. See You Tonight

2. Dirty Rotten Bastards (after See You Tonight it would be an epic intro)

Part ¡Uno!

3. Nuclear Family

4. Let Yourself Go

5. Kill The DJ

6. Loss Of Control

7. Angel Blue

8. Sweet 16

9. Rusty James

Part ¡Dos!

10. Fuck Time

11. Lazy Bones

12. Wild One

13. Makeout Party

14. Stray Heart

15. Ashely

16. Lady Cobra

17. Wow! That's Loud

Part ¡Trè!

18. Brutal Love

19. Missing You

20. 8th Avenue Serenade

21. Drama Queen

22. X-Kid

23. Sex, Drugs And Violence

23. 99 Revolutions

Outro

24. Amy

25. The Forgotten

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This thread will be there for them when Tre releases. Ahem:

1. Nuclear Family

2. Stay the Night

3. Brutal Love

4. Stop When the Red Lights Flash

5. Fuck Time

6. 8th Avenue Serenade

7. Makeout Party

8. Stray Heart

9. Missing You

10. Lazy Bones

11. X-Kid

12. Rusty James

13. Dirty Rotten Bastards

14. Wow! That's Loud

15. The Forgotten

Mods: PLEASE keep this thread open! :happy:

i really like your tracklist. i love that we are able now to experiment so much with the songs and their order and feel like listening to a different album every time. and its not like mixing dookie with insomniac and nimrod or so....

here all songs belong together.

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inb4 thread closed

My ideal trilogy album would be 13 tracks long. It was hard to drag them down to this but it'd go like this:

1. Ashley

2. Troublemaker

3. 8th Avenue Serenade

4. Nuclear Family

5. Stop When the Red Lights Flash

6. Loss of Control

7. X-Kid

8. Lazy Bones

9. Makeout Party

10. Let Yourself Go

11. Sweet 16

12. Wow! That's Loud

13. Dirty Rotten Bastards

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Here´s mine :) I might change it around a bit

1. 8th Avenue Serenade

2. Stay The Night

3. Lazy Bones

4. X-Kid

5. Amanda

6. Ashley

7. Loss Of Control

8. Let Yourself Go

9. Angel Blue

10. Dirty Rotten Bastards

11. Stray Heart

12. Rusty James

13. Sex, Drugs & Violence

14. Amy

15. Brutal Love

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I'll have to listen to Tre a couple more times before I make my list, but I agree with you DTH that Brutal Love would make a good album opener or even closer.

Edited by michael1989

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Aw I was gonna make this thread :( lol I'd have (I really would have composed the songs differently, eg Nuclear Family lyrics on music of Makeout Party)

(random order)

1. Nuclear Family

2. Stay The Night

3. Rusty James

4. Oh Love

5. Stray Heart

6. Angel Blue

7. Stop When The Red Lights Flash

8. Lazy Bones

9. Lady Cobra

10. Missing You

11. X-Kid

12. 99 Revolutions

13. Dirty Rotten Bastards

Singles: Stay The Night, Missing You, X-Kid, SWTRLF

Probably will change I've only just heard Tre.

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My: eovcyzr6.jpg

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My: eovcyzr6.jpg

Have you understood See You Tonight/DRB would be a perfect intro? And why only Trè has the "¡" ? LOL

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Have you understood See You Tonight/DRB would be a perfect intro? And why only Trè has the "¡" ? LOL

yes that would be best intro. haha I don´t know xD

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yes that would be best intro.

An acoustic intro with then a song starting with mid-tempo, continuing with a fast-tempo and ending with a slow/epic tempo. It would be sorta Song Of The Century/21st CB, but a lot better xD

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An acoustic intro with then a song starting with mid-tempo, continuing with a fast-tempo and ending with a slow/epic tempo. It would be sorta Song Of The Century/21st CB, but a lot better xD

ah I don´t know 21st century breakdown is amazing

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Maybe same intro, dori & makeout one :lol:

Trilogy!~

1. See You Tonight

2. Dirty Rotten Bastards

3. Missing You

4. Nuclear Family

5. Stay The Night

6. X-Kid

7. Lazy Bones

8. Loss Of Control

9. Wow! That's Loud

10. Baby Eyes

11. Let Yourself Go

12. Sex, Drugs, & Violence

13. Little Boy Named Train

14. Brutal Love

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Actually, come to think of it, See You Tonight followed by Dirty Rotten Bastards would be an awesome album opener. However, the epicness of this arrangement would simply be too epic for our brains

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Yes Brutal Love would be a good outro to. But I liked the idea to have rusty james as last song because it´s about green day somehow

Actually, come to think of it, See You Tonight followed by Dirty Rotten Bastards would be an awesome album opener. However, the epicness of this arrangement would simply be too epic for our brains

yes the universe would explode probably

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If I Was Green Day I Will put all the songs in one album Called Uno,Dos,Tre !!!!

Hahaha Suckers!!!

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If I Was Green Day I Will put all the songs in one album Called Uno,Dos,Tre !!!!

Hahaha Suckers!!!

that woudln´t make sense

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that woudln´t make sense

It makes!

Sorry for my English

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1.nuclear family

2.8th ave serenade

3.stay the night

4.lazy bones

5.oh love

6.stray heart

7.brutal love

8.carpe diem

9.x kid

10.amy

11. amanda

12.sweet 16

13. let yourself go

14.dirty rotten bastards

15.wild one

16.walk away

17.rusty james

18.the forgotten

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I lined the tracks up next to each other and poked one

Ex(1. Nuclear Family, See You Tonight, Brutal Love

2. Stay The Night , F*** Time, Missing You)

So without further ado

1. Nuclear Family

2. Missing You

3. 8th Ave Serenade

4. Lazy Bones (tough choice)

5. X-Kid

6. Sex, Drugs & Violence ( tough choice)

7. Loss Of Control

8. Ashley

9. Baby Eyes

10. Dirty Rotten Bastards

11. 99 Revolutions

12. Wow! That's Loud

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i planned to do my very own playlist too..but first i need to give tré a chance and listen to it the same time i did for uno/dos (=~4weeks) ;)

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ah I don´t know 21st century breakdown is amazing

Yes but this more. :D

Actually, come to think of it, See You Tonight followed by Dirty Rotten Bastards would be an awesome album opener. However, the epicness of this arrangement would simply be too epic for our brains

I was the first one to think to this. *fuckyea*

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I've actually decided its not worth adulterating tre's flow to make a trilogy album. UNO and dos are basically filler so there could be three albums. I'll just keep tre and try to forget the other two happened.

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