Out of all the Green Day albums I listen too this one i listen to the most .I don’t hate the other I love them but this one it’s different has a different sound it’s a good change father of all, stab you in the heart and ready aim fire are great songs if you wanna try this album out try those songs the other songs are alright but out of all that it’s a great album I recommend it
Bought this album with no regrets
“Father of All...”: 8/10; Great song, but it could be improved. This song is easily the song of 2020, mainly because today we worry about rioting in major cities all across the nation, the song stating “we are rivals in the riot inside us” which seems very true in major cities. The guitar is UNREAL in this song. Lyrics sound like you put Billy Joe in a blender but it’s great anyway.
“Fire, Ready, Aim”: 9/10; NHL BAYBAY this song is perfect for the NHL’s Wednesday night theme. For a song that’s under 2 minutes, this song definitely takes the cake for this album. When Green Day has songs that are under 2 minutes, normally they’re “ehhh” (except for “Jaded”) but this one is PERFECT.
“Oh Yeah!”: 10/10; BEST SONG ON THE ALBUM. HANDS DOWN. this song is a daily anthem for my life. It brings vibes from old day Green Day while staying in the new era of Green Day. It sounds like a little bit of everything that they’ve done in their musical career, with a twist of the new stuff. Rock on Green Day!
“Meet Me On The Roof”: 6/10; love the music video, Gaten Matarazzo was perfect for the music video (and stranger things is LEGIT FIRE), but this song doesn’t really hit me as a... well... a hit. It’s decent, but not as good as some other songs from this album.
“I Was A Teenage Teenager”: 9/10; Alright, Alright, alright. This is a vibe for sure! I was skeptical for the first 20 seconds of the song, but then the hook hit and I knew that I loved this song. I’m a nut for new music so I can see what a band is doing now and not judging based on what they’ve already done. This is one of those songs that is just f$@%#ng awesome!
“Stab You in the Heart”: 9/10; from the first scream I knew this was a vine and a half. I love The Beach Boys vibe that it has in the hook, and this is a great song all together.
“Sugar Youth”: 10/10; “Oh Yeah!” is the best song on the album, but this is my favorite song from the album. The lyrics sound like they’re pointed towards me when I listen to it because it totally relates to my life. I’m never gonna “@$%# the prom queen”. This song is an awesome banger that should’ve gotten huge.
“Junkies on a High”: 6/10; questionable. It’s not a terrible song, but it’s not a fantastic song either. It’s okay at best.
“Take the Money and Crawl”: 8/10; Okay! Noice! Noice as @$%#! Very vibe-ish! This is a great song and the lyrics are laughable (in a good way) and it’s awesome!!!
“Graffitia”: 7/10; ...ehhh... okay I guess... this song didn’t strike me as a fantastic song, but it wasn’t a total train wreck... it was decent but I hope they can make more fantastic songs in the future like they have been for the past 30 years. Rock on and live on Green Day!
Green Day Fans Won't Like It
But I do.
It’s still Green Day
People can say all they want about how Green Day’s music has changed throughout the years. They aren’t the same people they were 8-12 years ago. This album is great.
By Giant Fluffy Bunny
Doesn’t sound quite like traditional Green Day, but still like it. Especially Oh Yeah! and Fire, Ready, Aim.
The band photo up top says it all
Even the singer looks disappointed in this album.
I don’t know why this album is getting hate, it’s good music, it may not be like Rock and Roll but it’s nice good
By ava in chains
I’ve got paranoia, Green Day... I will admit that there are a couple of good songs, but idk about this album. I was born in 2006, so if you’re trying to draw in new listeners, try going back to the early days. I’ve always liked grunge and punk rock, and my friends listened to some of my favorite songs and liked them almost as much as the newer crap they listen to (any sort of rap or pop). If anyone can bring back music like the 90s, it’s Green Day. I get that you wanted to try some new things, but it’s hard to dislike the pure sounds from the past. I wasn’t a fan of this album, but hopefully you’ll go back to your roots and write something better.
I actually thought the songs were good I don’t know why everyone thinks they’re so bad