GREEN DAY – KERPLUNK | ALBUM REVIEW

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►Counting down to punk rock band Green Day’s new studio album “Revolution Radio”, ARTV is reviewing through their studio albums to celebrate his favorite band! Today we’re discussing 1992’s sophomore effort “Kerplunk!”, an album that really showcased their talent, passion, and angst early on. (Note, I failed to include the clip where I discussed “80”, which is my favorite song on the album, in detail. I love how Armstrong laments on departing his then girlfriend “Adie”, whom the song is named after. He comes across as tortured, but very much in love. Sorry, clip couldn’t be salvaged due to audio issues)

“Kerplunk”
Lookout Records
Release: 1/17/1992
Rating: 4/5

►Favorite tracks: 80, No One Knows, 2000 Light Years Away, Welcome to Paradise, Who Wrote Holden Caulfield?, Private Ale, One of My Lies, Best Thing In Town

►Least faves: Christie Road, My Generation, Dominated Love Slave (I know it’s a joke, just can’t stand to listen to it anymore)

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