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10 Albums That Wouldn't Exist Without Dookie


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NME have published an article entitled 10 Albums That Wouldn't Exist Without Green Day's Dookie.

 

The full article is here.

 

It's a really interesting read, and includes The Fame by Lady Gaga, along with a few that one might expect, including Enema Of The State, The Black Parade and All Killer No Filler.



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Good to see Dookie has a diverse influence over many genres, and sub-genres.



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I thought it would be the following green day albums :lol: 



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I thought it would be the following green day albums :lol:

Sounds like something Cracked.com would post :P



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NME posted something reasonable about Green Day? Go figure.



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Wow, that's actually really cool. I expected a few (Blink-182, MCR, Paramore) but No Doubt and Lady Gaga surprised me a bit. It's cool to see how one album can influence so many other, totally different things.



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I'm loving all these random articles about Dookie this week, Seagull must be constantly creaming himself.



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wow definitely very interesting. thanks for posting.



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Wow. Makes me wish Dookie was never released, seeing all the shit it inspired :lol:

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Wow. Makes me wish Dookie was never released, seeing all the shit it inspired :lol:

I have always believed that Green Day have inspired some pretty shite music. Still Dookie is an amazing album.



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Wow. Makes me wish Dookie was never released, seeing all the shit it inspired :lol:

I know, fuckin' American Idiot, right?



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Wavves and FIDLAR were two of my favorite albums last year. Made me happy to see them on the list  :lol:



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i love the quotes in the article, very interesting!



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I love this stuff.



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Thats an interesting article. I liked it! Some good artists in there that I like which makes it even better



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None of those bands would exist without Dookie.



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Awesome list. Never heard of Fidlar or listened to it and Gaga's confession sounds like coprophagia, but other than that - on spot. :)  



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I love how Dookie was and still is able to touch a wide variety of artists and genres. This ability only goes to show the world just how talented, relatable, and totally unique Green Day is.




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