HannahF10Even though it's an album of just b-sides, it's still great. I definitely recommend it.
Bay area punks return with a collection, which will win fans over
Green Day had enjoyed a massive amount of success during the 1990s, particularly with their mainstream debut album "Dookie." During the last few years Green Day had experience a major decline in their career, with their albums " Nimrod" and "Warning" not nearly selling as much copies combined as debut "Dookie."
Three hit albums later and we have this, the album "Shenanigans which in short is a collection of the bands B-side and covers which where found on their singles.
The album rockets off to a great start with the opener " Suffocate" with Armstrong yelling the lyrics, " Whereâ… Expand
MichaelE.4"Espionage" is great fun. That's about it.